Writers interested in occult themes have adopted three different strategies for dealing with the subject:

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Writers interested in occult themes have adopted three different strategies for dealing with the subject: 

Those who are knowledgeable on the subject including attractive images of the occult and occultists in their work, those who disguise occultism within “a web of intertextuality”, and those who oppose it and seek to deconstruct it.

Lucid Being

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3 thoughts on “Writers interested in occult themes have adopted three different strategies for dealing with the subject:

  1. I am in a mental tug of war with the very subject of occultism. As a Christian I fundamentally reject most of it. However I do believe in angels and demons, and have seen otherworldly beings. I know that these things are there. I believe in witchcraft, although obviously I do not support it. But I absolutely love horror stories and what they call weird fiction. Is that the kind of stuff you mean?

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    1. Hi Marie, and thx:))) This post is extreme brevity of touching on ideas. Many ideas I definitely will be enlarging on:))) Your feedback adds to this very reason and thank you. Sometimes I like to just touch the edge of something that will be expanded:))) Cheers – Ash

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    2. I know what you mean. I’m Christian as well, but… I recognize that there are supernatural beings out there and my belief is to be aware of them. I don’t dabble in any occultism but it’s kind of like “know your enemy”, ask questions. I like scary movies too but I draw the line with some because it tends not to sit well with me(empath) later….but IMO just know what your limits are, your convictions.

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