Tulisa from N Dubz has a unicorn tatoo and admits dabbling in witchcraft

UNICORN AS SYMBOL OF ANTICHRIST

“The unicorn here is once again a symbol of transformation, for this unicorn seeks a better world … through the purifying, purgative powers of destruction. Its purpose, like that of the Hindu god Siva, or Shiva, is to tear down and to renew.” [Nancy Hathaway, The Unicorn, p. 161, an occult author]

“In both European and Oriental traditions, the Unicorn is identified with a Messiah who comes when the world is in danger and who heralds the coming of a new and better age.” [The Living Unicorn, Carver, Minnesota, The Living Unicorn, Inc., 1980, p. 3, as quoted by Burns, p. 145]

“Thus we see that the unicorn is, in reality, the symbol of a future conqueror who will bring peace to the earth.  Who is this but the Antichrist … for whom the world waits, unaware of his true nature? [Dr. Cathy Burns, Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, p. 144]

The horn growing out of the unicorn’s head represents the third eye or the all-seeing eye …” [Ibid., p. 5]  This tells us the truly Satanic symbol of the Unicorn, when its horn is stated to be the Third Eye or All-Seeing Eye, both of which are tightly tied to the worship of Lucifer in the original Egyptian Mysteries Religion.

“In Celtic mythology and European folklore, a fabulous beast [comes] in the form of a horse, with a single spiraling horn growing from the center of its brow.  In alchemy, [it is] a symbol of the complete mastery of phallic sexuality by ritual intercourse and its conversion into the forces of pure visualization.” [Maurice Bessey, A Pictorial History of Magic and the Supernatural,– occult author — p. 128, quoted by Burns, p. 145]

Is that a unicorn I see in the background?

A painting of Lady Gaga eating a unicorn

Look Gaga has one to how cool!

The Mighty Unicorn: Long considered the stuff of legends and fairytales, the unicorn—as a symbol—holds a special place in the world of “mystical Christianity” and other esoteric teachings. Manly P. Hall, in his monumental work The Secret Teachings of All Ages, said this concerning the unicorn, Mediaeval Christian mystics employed the unicorn as an emblem of Christ, and this creature must therefore signify the spiritual life in man. The single horn of the unicorn may represent the pineal gland, or third eye, which is the spiritual cognition center in the brain. 1 The unicorn was adopted by the mysteries as a symbol of the illumined spiritual nature of the initiate, the horn with which it defends itself being the flaming sword of the spiritual doctrine against which nothing can prevail. The Penguin Dictionary of Symbolism also connects the unicorn to mystical Christian symbolism, and takes a definitive sexual view of the one-horned beast, With its single horn set in the middle of its forehead, the unicorn also symbolizes a spiritual arrow, a sun-ray, the sword of God, divine revelation or the godhead penetrating its creation. In Christian iconography, it stands for the Virgin who has conceived by the Holy Spirit. The single horn may also symbolize a stage upon the way of differentiation, from biological procreation (sexuality) to psychic evolution (a sexual oneness) and to sexual sublimation. This single horn has also been compared with ‘a frontal penis’ or ‘phallus of the psyche,’ the symbol of spiritual fecundity. Yet, at the same time, the unicorn is the symbol of physical virginity. Alchemists regarded it as an image of the hermaphrodite, but this would seem to be a misunderstanding—instead of possessing a twofold sexuality the unicorn transcends sexuality itself. In the Middle Ages the unicorn become the symbol of the Word of God made flesh within the womb of the Virgin Mary. This sexual overtone is also encountered in the wearing of unicorn amulets and charms. Migene Gonzalez-Wippler, the author of The Complete Book of Amulets and Talismans, explains that the unicorn amulet is “a traditional symbol of fertility and sexuality, the unicorn is worn by those who desire to increase their sexual magnetism….” All of this unicorn symbolism takes on even stranger significance when one advances through the “Practicus Ritual” of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn—a secretive occult society that helped lay the foundation for today’s occult revival. At the end of the ritual, the initiate is given the mystic title of “Monocris de Astris,” which means the “Unicorn from the Stars.” While there’s little in the way of substantial evidence that the Golden Dawn had officially been involved in “sex-magic” (see Regardie’s What You Should Know About the Golden Dawn, which denies the Order’s involvement in ritualistic sex-magic), some of those initiated into the Order—such as the infamous Aleister Crowley—were directly responsible for introducing “sex magic” (Tantric Yoga) to the West. Richard Majka, writing in the Rosicrucian Digest (May 1977) on the history of the unicorn, summarized thus concerning the unicorn’s place in spiritual symbolism, It may be asked, why should we trouble about a creature that never lived? The only fitting answer is that certain mental constructs—such as symbols—do not need much or any connection with physical reality to be worthy. The unicorn may have been “killed” as an earthbound entity some centuries ago, but the image of the beast as the embodiment of spiritualized force is still valid. [A Short Guide to Occult Symbols: “Strange Animals—The Unicorn and the Uroboros” By Carl Teichrib]

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