- Religion and Philosophy
The Aghori Clan, Black Magic and Sex in the Graveyard
ESP through Sex
Black magic is a word heard by almost all people; though very few are aware of the nuances involved. It actually means to please the devil that is the reverse of God. These black arts date to ancient times and many are laced with religion. These are pagan beliefs and are prevalent all over the world.
On such aspect of black magic is practiced in India by the Aghori clan. They are a part of the Hindu faith and are believed to have split off from the Kapilka order around 1000 AD, but the practices and beliefs go back to 4000 BC or the Vedic age.
The Aghori are worshippers of the God Shiva. They are an extremely secretive community and use sex as part of their rituals to achieve supernatural powers. The use of sex is part of the belief that orgasm and sex in the company of the dead will give rise to superpowers. It really is a form of channelizing of sexual energy and forms a part of tantra sex. This was propagated by Acharya Rajneesh and many westerns are influenced by it.
The Aghori clans perform tantric sex in a graveyard of the Hindus where the ashes of the cremated are strewn. The ritual involves smearing a naked woman with the ashes in the graveyard and consummation of the act to the beat of drums and recitations of mantras. These mantras are the one that helps release the sexual energy and lead to powers like ESP.
In the sex act, the man and woman take the form of Shiva and his consort Shakti. In many cases, the ritual involves sex with menstruating women and subsequent release of sexual energy. This clan has its headquarters at Varanasi in Utter Pradesh. Many foreigners flock to this ashram in the hope of achieving ESP and other powers. Though this part of the act of developing superpowers through sex is not substantiated, the fact remains that many men of this Aghori clan do have subtle powers that cannot be explained.
On aspect of this ritual is that there has to be no force involved and the women have to take an equal part in the ritual which is usually done in the dead of night. The ritual is fairly elaborate and lasts for over an hour from the time of undressing of the woman in the center of the graveyard to the final act and orgasm. It is the duty of the man to delay orgasm till the ritual is completed. Many tantric philosophies have refined this process for common and everyday use.