Lord Josh Allen

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1 minute ago, Starjumper said:

 

Now you sound like one of the Wimps.

Oh yes? And you sound like every critic I've ever had, banal and fatuous. I know you won't make a video, I know your kind. I've dealt with people like you for years. You never change but you love your sophistry. You want to have your cake and eat it. You enjoy the worship you receive on this forum, posting five thousand times won't bring you closer to the Tao. 

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I don't know if this qualifies or not.

 

A couple years ago, one of the Bums who lived in Australia, made a appeal to anyone who considered themselves a weather shaman to do what they could for his little town in Australia (toward the northeast, if I remember).  A category 5 tornado was heading straight toward the small town and it was to hit within hours.

 

I know many of us were concerned.  I don't know what methods other Bums used, but I pulled out an atlas and put a drinking glass face down over his town in Australia, symbolizing a high pressure zone, and did a little ceremony to put the high pressure in place so the tornado would avoid it.  I know others did their methods too.  After the danger had passed, he posted that the tornado took a little eastward jog just north of his little town and then headed south again.  Bypassed them like a little 90 degree angle.

 

He merely said something like "Well, the tornado just took a little jog" and sort of minimized the whole thing.  I said that I hoped that weather shamans get paid up front.

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33 minutes ago, Lord Josh Allen said:

 

I'll have to take that as a no. 

 

I just said I did it in my head, but apparently that's not satisfactory to you. 

 

Thank you, drive through! 

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9 minutes ago, manitou said:

I don't know if this qualifies or not.

 

A couple years ago, one of the Bums who lived in Australia, made a appeal to anyone who considered themselves a weather shaman to do what they could for his little town in Australia (toward the northeast, if I remember).  A category 5 tornado was heading straight toward the small town and it was to hit within hours.

 

I know many of us were concerned.  I don't know what methods other Bums used, but I pulled out an atlas and put a drinking glass face down over his town in Australia, symbolizing a high pressure zone, and did a little ceremony to put the high pressure in place so the tornado would avoid it.  I know others did their methods too.  After the danger had passed, he posted that the tornado took a little eastward jog just north of his little town and then headed south again.  Bypassed them like a little 90 degree angle.

 

He merely said something like "Well, the tornado just took a little jog" and sort of minimized the whole thing.  I said that I hoped that weather shamans get paid up front.

Interesting. I'm not sure about being paid upfront. I've never been paid, I don't offer services to anyone. 

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2 minutes ago, Lord Josh Allen said:

Interesting. I'm not sure about being paid upfront. I've never been paid, I don't offer services to anyone. 

 

I doubt England is in need of a weather magician! Why not help others that really need it instead of posting ostentatious videos of yourself.:wacko:

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Just now, ralis said:

 

I doubt England is in need of a weather magician! Why not help others that really need it instead of posting ostentatious videos of yourself.:wacko:

Hey! I never claimed to be a Saint, I'm not an immortal or a perfected being. I'm not a guru looking to get students, I don't even offer any formal lessons. I'm just someone who walks the path of Weathermancy and I want to spread the importance of it to others. Does England need it? Well sometimes it does but I can't fix all of the world's problems. I help when I can and most importantly when I am ASKED. I'm a grey arts magician, I'm not Left-Hand Path or Right-Hand Path, I walk the Middle Path. It will take a lot more than one person to make a massive difference. There is nothing worse than someone who believes he can save the world. Besides, what's wrong with ostentation? 

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14 minutes ago, Lord Josh Allen said:

Interesting. I'm not sure about being paid upfront. I've never been paid, I don't offer services to anyone. 

 

Word up.

 

Howzabout this:

 

You, being from a family rich enough that your parents trust you to drive their car, can evidently afford a plane ticket to Aus, no problem. So, you go there, and @Nungali (sorry to volunteer you, mate) can help find a nice spot where nobody will object to you setting up your altar and donning your costume (I am pretty sure Nungali knows most of the "weirdos welcome" grassy knolls in Oz). You put out the forest fires, and I will personally lead a fund raising drive on this site to reimburse your plane ticket and I will also try my best to browbeat people into not making fun of you.

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I wouldn't mind a conversation about the history and any pertinent experiences folks may have had with humans influencing weather.

 

We seed clouds for rain, using science, which is based in alchemy.

Druids were notorious weather influencers, as were the Nordic Wind Talkers, coveted on open ocean voyages.

Indigenous cultures have been mentally and spiritually tuning into natural rhythms for eons.

 

How much we influence it?  No idea, but it's certainly not a threat to talk about it... is it?

 

Why all the vitriol for this guy wanting to talk about weather magick?

Perhaps we let folks have a conversation?

 

 

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Just now, Walker said:

 

Word up.

 

Howzabout this:

 

You, being from a family rich enough that your parents trust you to drive their car, can evidently afford a plane ticket to Aus, no problem. So, you go there, and @Nungali (sorry to volunteer you, mate) can help find a nice spot where nobody will object to you setting up your altar and donning your costume (I am pretty sure Nungali knows most of the "weirdos welcome" grassy knolls in Oz). You put out the forest fires, and I will personally lead a fund raising drive on this site to reimburse your plane ticket and I will also try my best to browbeat people into not making fun of you.

No, my father has a Range Rover, he wouldn't let me drive that. I'm driven around most of the time anyway. What makes you think this is my business? What makes you think I should go and perform this spell? As I said, money is not the issue. You can perform long-range weather spells that are designed to travel far distances, although this is risky. I always try to help wherever I can but it seems null and void to help now. It is too far gone! There are disasters all across the world, I cannot possibly keep up with them. I have helped before, as recently as Hurricane Dorian, I did a ritual with my friend and fellow Occultist. We successfully made a positive impact via a long-distance spell which worked to dissipate the storm, all done from different locations. 

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10 minutes ago, Lord Josh Allen said:

Besides, what's wrong with ostentation? 

 

Nothing!

 

But don't post photos of yourself looking like the P.U.A. douche bag that the Cat in the Hat dragged in one day, and the cosplay chimera that emerged after Raiden fucked Zoolander the next...

 

Unless...

 

You want to get our fashion tips re: the booty face ass face warlock wardrobe you bought on TaoBao (by the way, we don't charge for this service, don't worry, it's freeeeeee!).

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On 2/12/2020 at 8:42 PM, silent thunder said:

How much we influence it?  No idea, but it's certainly not a threat to talk about it... is it?

 

Why all the vitriol for this guy wanting to talk about weather magick?

Perhaps we let folks have a conversation?

 

Just what I was thinking.   Lets not jump down peoples neck.  Nothing wrong with skepticism but make your point (preferably gently) and let them discuss their's.  For good conversation reign in the skeptic a bit. 

 

We're not a science forum we're eclectic philosophy.  Add your 2 cents but don't squash the more speculative discussions. 

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7 minutes ago, Lord Josh Allen said:

No, my father has a Range Rover, he wouldn't let me drive that. I'm driven around most of the time anyway. What makes you think this is my business? What makes you think I should go and perform this spell? As I said, money is not the issue. You can perform long-range weather spells that are designed to travel far distances, although this is risky. I always try to help wherever I can but it seems null and void to help now. It is too far gone! There are disasters all across the world, I cannot possibly keep up with them. I have helped before, as recently as Hurricane Dorian, I did a ritual with my friend and fellow Occultist. We successfully made a positive impact via a long-distance spell which worked to dissipate the storm, all done from different locations. 

 

By this standard you never fail.

 

Hey, Lorrrrdddd I Have A Private Driver and Never Eat Unless I Am Suckling the Milk of my Governess Joshua:

 

Me and my occultist friend just simultaneously sharted onto a pentagram-shaped map of England, preventing a volcano from erupting under your daddy's car.

 

You can thank me later!

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4 minutes ago, Walker said:

 

Nothing!

 

But don't post photos of yourself looking like the P.U.A. douche bag that the Cat in the Hat dragged in one day, and the cosplay chimera that emerged after Raiden fucked Zoolander the next...

 

Unless...

 

You want to get our fashion tips re: the booty face ass face warlock wardrobe you bought on TaoBao (by the way, we don't charge for this service, don't worry, it's freeeeeee!).

In that case, I'll post more! 

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8 minutes ago, silent thunder said:

I wouldn't mind a conversation about the history and any pertinent experiences folks may have had with humans influencing weather.

 

We seed clouds for rain, using science, which is based in alchemy.

Druids were notorious weather influencers, as were the Nordic Wind Talkers, coveted on open ocean voyages.

Indigenous cultures have been mentally and spiritually tuning into natural rhythms for eons.

 

How much we influence it?  No idea, but it's certainly not a threat to talk about it... is it?

 

Why all the vitriol for this guy wanting to talk about weather magick?

Perhaps we let folks have a conversation?

 

 

Thank you for the politeness. You know how people are, just roll with it. 

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I spent some time with Ngakpa Yeshe Dorje who was a real shaman weather maker. BTW, he was the Dali Lama's weather maker and knew what he was doing! Unlike The Mighty Lord Josh trust fund baby!

 

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9 minutes ago, Lord Josh Allen said:

In that case, I'll post more! 

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Good god.

 

Pimp Don Magic(k) Juan had a baby with a white lady and it inherited his circa 1999 wardrobe rejects, a $3,000 Pier 1 gift card, and a JAJ book. Chuuch.

 

Praise the "lord."

 

Governess!

 

I'm thirsty, bring me my mikk and cookies! 

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1 minute ago, Walker said:

 

Good god.

 

Pimp Don Magic(k) Juan had a baby with a white lady and it inherited his circa 1999 wardrobe rejects, a $3,000 Pier 1 gift card, and a JAJ book. Chuuch.

 

Praise the "lord."

 

Governess!

 

I'm thirsty, bring me my mikk and cookies! 

You haven't seen the half of it, honey. You've never met a Taoist like this before. 

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3 minutes ago, ralis said:

I spent some time with Ngakpa Yeshe Dorje who was a real shaman weather maker. BTW, he was the Dali Lama's weather maker and knew what he was doing! Unlike The Mighty Lord Josh trust fund baby!

 

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Well, good for him! Although I have a very high success rate with my magick. 95 percent of the time, my weather rituals work to bring the desired result (snow, rain, wind, storm suppression) into manifestation. I have countless videos of me working my magick and the results speak for themselves, even skeptics are rendered speechless. I'm sure this master has his place, I'm not doubting that but I certainly have mine as well. The occult community is big enough for all of us last time I checked. This is my documentary on the practice. 

 

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9 minutes ago, Lord Josh Allen said:

You haven't seen the half of it, honey. You've never met a Taoist like this before. 

 

Sorry to disappoint you, honey shnuggums, but Mak Tin Si already popped everybody's flamboyant home-baked fake Daoism weirdness cherry 10 years ago here. It was a bloody mess but we healed. At this point I'm afraid you're just another bozo in a long and endless line of TDB bozos. I'm sure you raise eyebrows at the local Tesco, but we're kinda jaded here.

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Just now, Walker said:

 

Sorry to disappoint you, honey shnuggums, but Mak Tin Si already popped everybody's flamboyant home-baked fake Daoism weirdness cherry 10 years ago here. It was a bloody mess but we healed. At this point I'm afraid you're just another bozo in a long and endless line of TDB bozos. I'm sure you raise eyebrows at the local Tesco, but we're kinda jaded here.

You can't disappoint me, I'm always disappointed in you conformists. Mak Tin Si hasn't got a Jaguar, a fur coat or a throne, sorry honey I've won again. P.S. My Jaguar has massaging seats. We haven't even touched on the Lexus yet! 

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4 minutes ago, Walker said:

 

Sorry to disappoint you, honey shnuggums, but Mak Tin Si already popped everybody's flamboyant home-baked fake Daoism weirdness cherry 10 years ago here. It was a bloody mess but we healed. At this point I'm afraid you're just another bozo in a long and endless line of TDB bozos. I'm sure you raise eyebrows at the local Tesco, but we're kinda jaded here.

 

Eh, at least he isn't charging and scamming the way Elijah Wilson and Mak Jo Si did, insulting others who give feedback like BoorBores, or offering astral hugs and then going to astral sex like Jeff.

 

Still not impressed as I don't see any internal power, but he seems fairly innocuous... so far, at least. 

 

EDIT: although showing off wealth is probably in poor taste. 

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