hex verb \ˈheks\
Definition of HEX
intransitive verb: to practice witchcraft
1: to put a hex on
2: to affect as if by an evil spell : jinx
hex·er noun See hex defined for kids
Examples of HEX
I think our plans have been hexed from the start everything is going wrong.
Origin of HEX
Pennsylvania German hexe, from German hexen, from Hexe witch, from Old High German hagzissa; akin to
Middle English hagge hag
First Known Use: 1830
Definition of HEX
: a person who practices witchcraft
: spell, jinx
Examples of HEX
He claimed that a witch had put a hex on him.
people who used to believe that misfortune was caused by evil hexes and mischievous sprites
First Known Use of HEX
charm, enchant, ensorcell (or ensorcel), bewitch, overlook, spell, strike
curse, jinx, possess, voodoo; attract, beguile, captivate, fascinate, mesmerize, spellbind; entice, lure, seduce, tempt
Other Occult Terms
augury, censor, invocation, lucidity, metempsychosis, mojo, numinous, preternatural, weird, wraith
The thread thats proof the commerical actually said “gellin like magellin” they always broadcast their plans and what they are going to HEX you with if they can, without you knowing what you are even seeing, much like all hollywood movies: The post reads as follows:
Wed Sep-08-04 12:50 PM
Response to Original message
2. Why did they change that commercial…
…from “gellin’ like a felon” (which is what they USED to say) to “gellin’ like Magellan?”
Huh? “Gellin’ like Magellan!?!?” That makes no sense.
Not that “gellin’ like a felon” makes any sense either, but at least it reflects a popular cultural expression that people might actually say.
What the hell does “gellin’ like Magellan” mean? You could walk round the world in these shoes and still be in a good mood?
I don’t get it.”
Related to HEX The hexagram also came to have Kabbalistic and occult meaning. In the 19th century, the Zionist movement adopted the symbol. Because of these multiple associations, some Jews, particularly some Orthodox Jews, do notuse the Star of David as a symbol of faith.The meaning of the unicursal hexagram is largely identical to that of a standard hexagram: the union of opposites.The unicursal hexagram, however, more strongly emphases the intertwining and ultimate unity of the two halves,rather than two separate halves coming together. Furthermore, occult practices often involve the tracing of symbols during ritual, and a unicursal design better lends itself to this practice.The unicursal hexagram is commonly depicted with a five-pedaled flower in the center. This is a variation created by Aleister Crowley, and is most strongly associated with the religion of Thelema. Another variation is the
placement of a small pentagram in the hexagram’s center.First you pay out your “tuition” to get into “universe”ity where they strip you of your Intuition and give you anIndoctrination.Then you receive a “MaStars” Masonic “degree,” while wearing a Masonic mortar board cap and Cult of Saturn black robes to become an Alumni/Illumini. Graduation means to increment or retard progress.”The ancient name of Saturn was, as mentioned, EL. It is the reason why those that were chosen by EL, were calledElites. In fact the words, Elect, Elder, Elevated, Elohim, Temple, Circle, Gospel, Apostle, Disciple, Evangelists, etc.,
all derive from the Cult of EL.
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