By bobjope - 28/02/2015 04:14
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And what makes "necromancy" all that much more appropriate to discuss than "necrophilia"? If anything, only one of them can actually occur outside of fiction. Sooo...
What's wrong with a discussion about bringing the dead back to life? I theorize such topics all the time as well as play zombie games and watch The Walking Dead and other shows where the dead were seen to come back to life. And are you honestly telling me it's just as wrong to talk about fictional stuff as it is to talk about ******* a corpse?
Well if you learnt necromancy you wouldn't have to commit necrophillia
59 Magic cannot alter the laws of nature by anycoven or religions rules. Dead is dead. The only instances of claimed success in bringing the dead to life, back to how they were when living, is when a god or deity does so. Nothing less. Anyhow, necromancy has had implications to other things involving the dead than just talking to them since the days of Alastair Crowley if I recall correctly. Communication was just the easiest and most practical. Attempts to raise the dead resulted in failure or if there was ever actual success, the results were never recorded. The attempts though have been around for centuries. The result just hasn't been achieved. 62 Depends. If it's raised and animated but not returned to life, yes. That is necrophillia. If it is returned to life with the soul returned as well... the body is alive as is the soul, so not necrophilia. I the body is returned to life but the soul and mind aren't there making it a hollow vessle eith no will or self thought, it's what you'd call sleeping with a coma patient...
No. A Freudian Slip is when you say something you didn't mean to say. Not when you confuse two things. An example would be if you told your parents you were hanging with some friends, but then you make a comment about one of them that you know your parents don't want you around. That would count.
Dont you hate it when your parents get to that age where you need to have "the talk" with them about not confusing sexual fetishes? I think my mother was equally horrified that i knew what a snowball is, as what it actually entails.