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Re: Occult Shop

Postby Taiwan Luthiers » 05 May 2012, 10:24

Taiwan is full of occult shop... just look for those shops with those ghost money burning thingie, you know ones that sells incense, ghost money, and other religious items.
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Re: Occult Shop

Postby Oro » 05 May 2012, 15:44

Confuzius wrote:You want incense? Idols? Candles?

Or are you looking for equipment-altars? pentacles? athmes? wands?

yes to the above.
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Re: Occult Shop

Postby Confuzius » 05 May 2012, 15:56

Oro wrote:
Confuzius wrote:You want incense? Idols? Candles?

Or are you looking for equipment-altars? pentacles? athmes? wands?

yes to the above.

For incense, idols, altars, pentacles and candles...go to any temple shop, theyre ALL over the place. They will have really cool stuff. Find any big Daoist temple and around there you will have tons of these shops, you just have to go look inside.

For athmes and wands you may have to get a bit creative, any cool knife shop will have sweet athmes and you may have to make your own wand (youre supposed to anyway).

The selection here is actually quite a bit better than in a western occult store...things will of course just look different. You're not going to find the cheesy "merry meet, merry part and merry meet again" lame wiccan crap...but you will find magic(k)al tools, the kind of which have been in use for thousands of years (rather than the 1960's when wicca was invented).

Hope this helps.
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