Skip to comments.Witch 'King' Reveals Bid to Set up occult Centre in Bristol
Posted on 04/07/2012 7:36:44 PM PDT by nickcarraway
A MAN who calls himself the King of all Witches wants to open an occult centre in Bristol.
Magus Lynius Shadee says he is in the final stages of securing a venue in Park Row for his centre.
The 66-year-old wants it to be the start of a franchise, and making an unusual comparison he told the Evening Post: "It will be a bit like McDonalds, but we encourage vegetarianism."
Mr Shadee, who divides his time between homes in France and London, calls himself a practising occultist.
He says his centre will offer services including ritual work, witchcraft and exorcisms.
He would not reveal the exact location of the centre, but says he has found a site in Park Row which will be good because of its proximity to the university's buildings. He said: "Hopefully the Bristol centre will bud the seed of franchised occult centres across the country."
Mr Shadee, who has previously tried to open a centre in Cambridge and also tried to stand to become the city's next MP, said that his centre would be different to pagan centres because it would be "much more heavily involved".
He said: "We don't preach, we prove. For instance, if sceptics out there wanted to see a materialisation a ghost we would go and show them that.
"It is all about channelling nature's energy. We believe in life after death, that the body dies but the soul and mind continue."
He has chosen Bristol because of the universities and because it is a "prime area" and a "junction spot" in the UK.
"There are lots of free-thinkers in Bristol who I think are open to what we are saying," he said.
He said too many people think witchcraft has bad connotations.
"Witchcraft is only a word," he said. "There is nothing wrong with witchcraft.
"Every single religion that is practised is a form of witchcraft."
Methinks he's had WAY too much of his own, er, BREW.
Sorry, it HAD to be said. :o)
So who the hell is this “Shadee” guy anyway?
Who made him king? I didn’t vote for him. Did you guys vote for him?
And don’t give me any tripe about some moistened bint lobbing a scimitar at him. A farcical aquatic ceremony is no basis for a system of government. (But it might be better than what we’ve got at the moment.....)
Huh, never thought it would work.
Err, the Witch King was killed on Pellenor Field by Theodon’s niece, Eowyn.
Also known as Lord of the Nazgul, the Black Captain, Lord of the Nine.
Sounds like a business plan to me, a perfect spot for the unscrupulous to troll for the the naive. I actually have much less problem with this then a mosque going up there, at least nobody will strap on an explosive vest.
He said: “We don’t preach, we prove. For instance, if sceptics out there wanted to see a materialisation a ghost we would go and show them that.
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I didnt vote for him. Did you guys vote for him?
I might have voted for him. It was an accident. I thought I was voting for the worst dressed twit.
Hey! Yeah, that’s the guy!
Hey! Yeah, that’s the guy!
:One man’s theology is another man’s belly laugh”
-Robert A Heinlein
So this guy can channel “occult energy”? Well sign me up. How much does this guy charge? I’ve got a yard full of gophers digging holes and neighbor kids who won’t get off my lawn. Maybe he can channel that occult energy and win me a lottery as well.
Cast a spell and get the permit to set up your “centre” for free! Oohhhhh, scary....
Bet he is no more successful at this than with love potions.
props for the picture of Eric Idle as an upper class twit!!!
His political manifesto proposed to tackle problems in education, health and crime, and included a freeze on council tax, incentives for students to pass their degrees in two years rather than three, and additionally proposed to turn Britain into a truly secular society by banning religious and faith schools and the teaching of religious education in the classroom.
When I don’t have much to say, I just let my UC Twit do the talking for me. Or I play a recording of a Congressman or Senator.
Any Congressman or Senator.