Labyrinth: (Latin: labyrinthus, from the Greek: labyrinthos of the labrys, the Cretian double-headed ax)  
It is believed that the Greeks found the complex interwoven, up and down of the Cretian streets confusing and it is from this that the word developed. 1) a specific and intricate design or path along which individuals walk.  It is believed by many that walking the labyrinth can produce healing. 2) An edifice or place full of intricate passageways which render it diffiicult to find the way from the interior to the exit.  3) Any intricate or involved inclosure, expecially an ornamental maze or enclosure in a park or garden.
Goddess of wealth, beauty and luck, wife of Vishnu, one of Krishna�s consorts. Also, a Hare Krishna term for money in the International Society for Krishna Consciousness
A fabulous monster supposed to have the body of a woman and the body of a serpent, and who preys upon human beings and sucks the blood of children. Also, a witch who was supposed to suck children's blood, a sorceress
A Pagan holiday  or Wiccan sabbat which takes place on or about August 1st.
The founder of  Taoism
La Vey, Anton Szandor:
Authored the Satanic Bible, founded the Church of Satan.
In the New Testament, one who argues and interprets the Law of Moses and its many intpretations and exceptions.
Laya Yoga:
A system of yoga using the latent power of kundalini
Spirit entity channeled by Jach Pursel.
Acronym for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Left-hand Path
A word for people who use what they consider to be evil or negative forces and rituals and who  use they to harm others.
1) The belief that the Bible or some other book of scripture is a spiritual book of laws binding upon God and man alike. And,  that spirituality or salvation is dependent upon strict observance of laws and/or rituals. 2) a system of religious rules must be kept to please God or religious leaders, ..
Raising of objects or people off the ground using magickal, spiritual or psychic forces.. (see levitation)
Lesser Key of Solomon:
See Key of Solomon the King.
Liberal Christianity:
A movement that seeks to retain religious and spiritual values of Christianity while discounting the authority of the Bible. Its origins are in the German Enlightenment, notably in the philosophy of Immanuel Kant and the religious views of Friedrich Schleiermacher. Liberals claim the Bible is merely inspired, not infallible. They  prefer naturalistic explanations of miracles or view miracle accounts as legend or myth. They often deny or reinterpret in mythical terms such doctrines as the virgin birth, atoning death, and even the resurrection of Jesus. Liberalism has been most influential in mainline Protestant denominations and is rejected in Evangelical and Fundamentalist Christianity.
Liberation Theology:
A movement that attempts to unite theology with social and religious concerns about oppression.  It finds expressions among blacks, feminists, Asians, Hispanics, and Native Americans, but it is most closely identified with the shift toward Marxism among Roman Catholic theologians and priests in Latin America.  Most traditional doctrines of Christianity are de-emphasized or reinterpreted.  Jesus and the Bible are defined and interpreted in light of a class struggle, with the gospel seen as a radical call to activism (or even revolution) promoting political and social answers usually in the form of classic Communism.
Life Coaching:
A profession that is different from therapy or counseling. The coaching process addresses specific personal projects, business successes, general conditions and transitions in the client's personal life, relationships or profession by examining what is going on right now, discovering what their obstacles or challenges might be, and choosing a course of action to make their life be what they want it to be
New Age seminars promoting human transformation and altering belief systems. Similar to est.
A vehicle akin to the spirit
A New Age believer who is working on some spiritual project. 
Lingam: (Sanskrit)
Gender, the male sex organ. power
Literary Criticism:
The discipline that seeks to discover the underlying literary sources, stylistic features, type or genre of literature, authorship, unity, and date of a text, for their value in interpreting the text�s meaning in its original historical context. The application of literary criticism to the Bible is very constructive, although the Jesus cult generally regards it as Satanic because it tends to undermine their doctrines.
Little Flock: 
In the teaching of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, this phrase (Luke 12:32) refers to the 144,000 Jehovah�s Witnesses who will be allowed to go to heaven(Anointed Class).  All other worthy Jehovah�s Witnesses (the �other sheep� cf. John 10:16) will live for eternity on a new paradise earth.
Living Water: 
Moving water, as in a stream or river, as opposed to water in a pond or pool.  With reference to where baptism should be performed.
Llewellyn Publishing: 
One of the oldest and most influential publisher of occult, New Age, and Wiccan materials begun in 1901 by George Llewellyn as the Portland School of Astrology.  The current president is Carl Weschcke who in 1988 acquired the magazine Fate.
Local Church, The: 
Founded  in China in the early 1920s by Ni To-sheng (Watchman Nee). Growth and controversy developed during the administration of their second leader, the late Witness Lee, who moved to America in 1962 founding Living Stream Ministry. Among their unique doctrines are �mingling� to describe the relationship between God and believers who become both divine and human like Jesus).  The organization's exclusivity has also come under fire. According to Lee, each city can and should have only one church. Denominationalism is seen as of the Devil. Accordingly, all other churches or denominations are seen as being outside the will of God or not true churches at all. The Local Church has also gained a reputation for threatening legal action to prevent unfavorable public evaluation of its movement. 
The Lodge: 
See Freemasonry.
(Greek) spoken word, word as an idea, logic, order.  The only begotten Son of God (John 1:1)
Loka: (Sanskrit)
World,  place, location.
Lucid Dreaming:
The term "lucid dreaming" refers to dreaming while knowing that you are dreaming. The "lucid" part refers to the clarity of consciousness rather than the vividness of the dream. It generally happens when you realize during the course of a dream that you are dreaming, perhaps because something weird occurs. Most people who remember their dreams have experienced this at some time, often waking up immediately after the realization. However, it is possible to continue in the dream while remaining fully aware that you are dreaming.  (See Lucid Dreaming)
1) The planet Venus, The light-bearer, and angel of light. 2) Mistakenly,Another name for Satan.
Lucifer Trust: 
(See Lucis Trust)
Luscher Color Test:
A test developed by Dr. Max Luscher that indicates personality type on the basis of the subject's preference for eight color choices.
Lucis Trust:
Originally incorporated as the Lucifer Publishing Company, the Lucis Trust oversees the Lucis Publishing Company, World Goodwill, and Arcane School.  Lucis Trust owns all the copyrights of the Alice Bailey books.