Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Quoth the Raven, «Nevermore»

Those of us that fit into the category of personne publique get the occasional stalker or the disgruntled plebe that wishes to tilt at our particular windmills, to this phenomenon I generally say Ho- Hum and shrug it off like a mink bathrobe before getting into the shower, but in this case I feel it is my duty to help this particular poor bastard before he gets in too far over his pointy little head.
For "Anonymous"
A few words about a few words:
  1. If you have a valid opinion on someones perceived behavior or actions, try and not present them anonymously, it reeks of poor upbringing and a certain passive-aggressive je ne sais quoi that is so tiresome and therefore will not be taken seriously. You shall be mocked publicly as well as privately and then flicked like a bug off the fabric of the chemise of Minerva by the Moirae. (sheesh, Google it for crissake)
  2. Telling someone that their karma will come back on them "Three times three" is the equivalent of calling up your foe and telling them that the deadline to file their taxes is April 15th. Nothing more. (If anything, it shows how little you know about how the real universe works, and makes you look like a typical fucking imbecile that watches "Charmed" or movies like "The Craft" for your information)
  3. It is also very helpful to elaborate why that you feel the need to announce the coming "woes" of this person, i.e. what the hell did they ever do to you, is it like a personal vendetta? If so that can be really fun, I majored in "18th Century Austrian court" as you are surly aware. Best of luck if that is the case, otherwise put your voodoo dolls away, here is some information that might clear things up for you...
More on Karma, retribution and the law of Three Times Three - since you have obviously not done your homework:
There is no need for a Hell, or Final Judgment, in witchcraft because of their belief in retribution in the present life. It is thought that whatever you do will return three-fold.
The actual thought is that Witches believe that any act of magic rebounds thricefold on the operator, it is an Garnerian belief that whatever is done returns three-fold. If good is done then good will return threefold in the same life; but if evil is done, then that too will return threefold in this life.
The Aleanderian tradition states: It is a well-established occult principle that psychic attack which comes up against a stronger defense rebounds threefold upon the attacker, a belief in 'the boomerang effect'; namely, that any magical effort, whether beneficent or malicious, is liable to rebound threefold on the person who makes it.
The bottom line is, don't try to threaten someone-even anonymously- that can magically make you kick your own ass.
  1. If you must quote from any specific writings from a certain path or belief system, get your quotes correct before you decide to use them as a warning or a threat.
  2. Please do not further emphasize your lack of knowledge of said writings by quoting a partial passage and then finishing by saying "Yada yada yada". Firstly, no one says Yada yada yada anymore and secondly it comes off sounding like Seinfeld is your personal as well as spiritual guru; That is not only sad, it is what is termed as being "pedestrian."
  3. Don't make idle threats that include phrases like "Get greased up and get ready for it" because you certainly don't have a dick big enough - physically, psychically or magically-to do anything more than be moderately comical at best or slightly irritating at worst.
  4. Take this little bit of advice to heart - those that have it coming to them in "the end" so to speak, either rarely do, or are pre-greased already, your furthur assistance will not be needed in this matter.
Namaste, Blessed be, L'Chaim, Via con Dios, be sure to eat all of your Ovaltine, get a life and always wear your (psychic) condoms ,
XXX le C.

Adios Motherfucker
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2 oz 7-Up soda
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Evn said...

You tell 'em, Cornichon. Smack them bitches back into place.

Is this in response to a comment posted on your blog?

Le Cornichon said...

Oui mon Chere- one of those that wouldn't know the difference between The Law of Return and The Law of Thelema-

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