How to follow Luis Marques' words of Heka.

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Re: How to follow Luis Marques' words of Heka.

Post by Jonathan on 13.02.14 13:05

I know what you mean. Wink Just wanted to make sure we were talking about the same thing. The ancients called that a spiritual name and it's often something an Asetian may use throughout different lives and reincarnations, which is very different from an ordinary name.
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Re: How to follow Luis Marques' words of Heka.

Post by Matttt on 13.02.14 13:11

If you scroll through Master Marques' tweets you'll see some communication between the two.
As well as, Asetka.org in the bio
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Re: How to follow Luis Marques' words of Heka.

Post by Leelahel on 03.04.16 21:59

Master Luis Marques' Twitter account is a treasure trove of wisdom. I am always profoundly touched by how much he says in such few words. The skill of a real orator!

When going through the hustles and bustles of life, a new update means a breath of fresh air. Many of the entries make it to my day planner and journal. I love you
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Post by Jonathan on 04.04.16 10:15

Leelahel wrote:Master Luis Marques' Twitter account is a treasure trove of wisdom. I am always profoundly touched by how much he says in such few words. The skill of a real orator!

When going through the hustles and bustles of life, a new update means a breath of fresh air. Many of the entries make it to my day planner and journal. I love you

I find the little bits of magick that he shares on Twitter and from the Words in Silence book a highly valuable addition to my private journal and personal grimoire. When going back to those little gems, for example shared on the specific day but a year or more before, I find an interesting practice to meditate upon and uncover new meanings. They're not random and often carry a magickal, astrological or alchemical connection which is fascinating study. Iím sure many of you have found different uses for those small but powerful sentences but thatís one of the several ways I found and use in my daily spiritual practice.
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