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Kabala/Qubala
Mystical teachings from the Jewish-Gnostic tradition. Ceremonial Magick and the Alexandrian traditions are based in these teachings.
Kachina
A supernatural being in Hopi religion; may be a personification of an aspect of nature, an ancestor, or something revealed in a dream.
Kahuna
This is a practitioner of the old Hawaiian philosophical, scientific and magickal system.
Kama-kali
Ritual sexual intercourse in Tantra.
Karma
The belief that one’s thoughts and deeds can either be counted against them or added to their spiritual path across several lifetimes.
Kinesis
Physical movement including quantitative, qualitative, and positional change; sometimes movement caused by stimulation but not directional or aimed.
Kinetic Energy
The force or 'energy' created by motion.
Kinging
A ritual for a man of middle age.
Kismet
A Turkish based word meaning fate or fortune.
Kitchen Witch
An individual who practices their own combination of magick within their home and with tools and objects found in and around their home. This is a very special, simple and personalized form of magickal practice.
Knowledge, Law of
“Understanding brings control; the more that is known about a phenomenon, the easier it is to exercise control over it.”
Ksana
The “favorable moment;” a temporal Center.
Kundalini
The free-flowing energy of consciousness.
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