5 MOST EFFECTIVE CRYSTALS TO AMPLIFY THE FULL MOON ENERGY 

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5 MOST EFFECTIVE CRYSTALS TO AMPLIFY THE FULL MOON ENERGY MOONSTONE: THE MAIN MOON CRYSTAL This crystal’s power is already determined in it’s loud and clear effect- working with the energy and the auras all around you, making your own energy go through certain phases until forming a glorious celestial body. This crystals will significantly raise the level of your …

Schisandra Five-Flavor Tonic

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Great support for stress or anyone who may need a little extra adrenal support. This tonic beverage can be drunk hot or cold and has a very balancing effect on the body and gives steady energy while consuming it. Ingredients 2 Tbsp Schisandra Berries 2 Tbsp Elderberries (optional) 6 small pieces of licorice root, broken into small pieces 5-6 inch …

Mullein Lung Support Tea

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Soothing mullein, aromatic spearmint, and immune enhancing rose hips combine to create a lung supporting blend to assisting blend. Great for use in instances of a persistent, dry, unproductive cough, rib area pain, and inhaled particulate matter. Ingredients 1 ounce mullein leaves dried, crushed .5 ounce spearmint dried .5 ounce rose hips dried Instructions Combine all ingredients and store in …

Sage Tea

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INGREDIENTS 1 tablespoon fresh sage leaves or 1 teaspoon dried sage 1 cup water 1 wedge lemon  honey, to sweetenDIRECTIONS Bring water to a boil. Remove from heat and put sage in the water. Let steep for about 3-5 minutes.Strain, pour in cup, add lemon and honey, if desired, and drink. You may drink this hot or cold. Enjoy! *Edit* …

Mother Redcap

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Mother Redcap A name applied to English ale-wives, wise women and witches. It was also given to familiar animals. One Mother Redcap was an elderly woman who lived in a village about 14 miles from Cambridge, England, who was known as a witch. She said she was endowed with her witch powers in circumstances reminiscent of the Devil’s pact legends …

Morrigan

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Morrigan Morrigan, the In Irish mythology, one of three war goddesses, the other two being Neman and Macha. She also was the Mighty Queen, viewed either as a Triple Goddess or the death aspect of the Goddess. Robert Graves gave three aspects of the Morrigan: Ana, Babd and Macha. In legend, the Morrigan protected the Tuatha de Danaan with a …

Morgan le Fay

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Morgan le Fay A sorceress or fairy who possessed the art of magic herbal healing and who was either the sister or half-sister of the legendary King Arthur. According to some legends, Morgan le Fay (“Morgan the Fairy”) was the mistress of Merlin, who taught her magic. Malory said she learned her arts in a nunnery. Morgan plotted against Arthur …

Moon

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Moon Since ancient times, the Moon has been associated with woman and her fertility, monthly cycle, powers of nurturing and powers of darkness. The Moon, ruler of the night and the mysteries of the dark, represents wetness, moisture, intuition, emotion, tides, the psychic, moods and madness. It embodies time, for its phases provided humankind with the first calendar. In contemporary …

Money

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Money In folklore, money that comes from fairies, witches, sorcerers  and the Devil turns out to be worthless. The victim accepts payment for goods or services and discovers, after it is too late, that the gold coins or currency are actually toads, cat claws, shells, lead or other worthless—and sometimes repulsive— objects. According to legend, Paracelsus, the 16th-century Swiss alchemist, …

Mirrors

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Mirrors One of the most ancient forms of divination is crystallomancy or catoptromancy, performed with a magic mirror. The Magi of Persia are said to have used mirrors, as well as the ancient Greeks and Romans. In ancient Greece, the witches of Thessaly wrote their oracles in human blood upon mirrors. The Thessalian witches are supposed to have taught Pythagoras …

Metamorphosis

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Metamorphosis The ability of witches, sorcerers  and other magically empowered persons to transform themselves and other humans at will into animals, birds and insects. In witchcraft trials, people testified that the accused witches had appeared before them or tormented them in some nonhuman shape. For example, in 1663 Jane Milburne of Newcastle, England, did not invite Dorothy Strangers to her …

Mandrake

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Mandrake A poisonous perennial herb that grows in the Mediterranean region and that is reputed to have powerful magical properties. Mandrake, part of the nightshade family, has a strong and unpleasant odor. It is highly toxic, though it is used in therapeutic remedies and as an aphrodisiac in love philtres. The magic attributed to mandrake is due to the shape …

A Ritual to meet your Guardian Angels

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A Ritual to meet your Guardian Angels Spirit work in the hoodoo and conjure tradition often involves enlisting the psychic aid of discarnate entities in order to accomplish specific prayerful, spiritual, or spell-casting goals.Spirit Work is also a term that covers a broad range of altar work and prayer as well as magical traditions of spell casting in which root …

YOUR MAGICKAL CABINET (BASIC SUPPLIES FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS)

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YOUR MAGICKAL CABINET (BASIC SUPPLIES FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS)   Over time you may collect all kinds of tools and equipment to use as you make magickal herbal items, amulets, charge candles for magickal purposes and much more. Here is a listing of the basics that you will want to have on hand to always be ready to practice your …

Can you be a Christian Witch?

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Can you be a Christian Witch? Can you be a Christian Witch? And, while we are on the topic: Can you be a Christo-pagan? A Christo-eclectic? or a Christian Wiccan? The simple answer is: yes. But since a simple answer never clarifies anything complex…we shall have to go on to the complex answer. The reason it is not an oxymoron …

Types of Modern Witches

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Types of Modern Witches This is a list of Witch types and a brief description of each. This is not all the types of Witches out there, not even close. This list does not include all the possible religions these Witches may follow either, though some of them are considered religions as well types of Witches. Gardnerian Witch The Gardnerian …

Ten Types Of Empaths

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  Ten Types Of Empaths While being an Empath can have its many positives and benefits, it can also weigh us down heavily with confusion, disorientation and anxiety. That is why it’s important to put a name to what we individually experience to better understand ourselves, and identify others who share the same abilities as us.   For this reason, …

Feathers

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Feathers When working with AIR, Birds come to mind immediately. They spend most of their lives in the AIR. They often “gift” us with feathers and these feathers should be HONORED as special Gifts. If someone GIVES you a Feather Gift, you should feel Very Honored and not question the Gift…….just accept it with Honor. Feathers have long been associated with …

Merlin

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Merlin Archetypal wizard of Arthurian lore. Merlin is a Latinized version of the Welsh Myrddin. His exact origins are lost in myth; he may have been a god, perhaps a version of Mabon or Maponos, the British Apollo, the divine ruler or guardian of Britain. The name Merlin may have been given to a succession of wizards. There is no …

Megaliths

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Megaliths Large stone structures and groups of standing stones erected in places around the world and believed to have religious or sacred significance or be associated with pagan rites. The term megaliths means “great stones” and is derived from the Greek megas (“great”) and lithos (“stone”). Megaliths include any structure made up of large stones, but the term generally refers …

Medea

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Medea In Greek mythology the “Wise One,” a powerful witch who was the niece of the great witch Circe and a priestess of Hecate, the Goddess of witchcraft and magic. Herodotus called Medea the Great Goddess of the Aryan tribes of Parthia. Her magic, according to Pliny, controlled the Sun, Moon and stars. Medea aided Jason, the adventurer who set …

Maleficia

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Maleficia Malicious acts attributed to witches and sorcerers (see sorcery) in times past that caused harm or death to humans, animals or crops. Since antiquity, witches, sorcerers and magicians have been said to cast negative spells against others out of revenge, spite or malice. During the medieval witch-hunting craze, maleficia implied a Devil’s pact and was used to explain virtually …

Lycanthropy

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Lycanthropy The transformation of a human being into a wolf. There are two types of lycanthropy: a mania in which a person imagines himself to be a wolf and exhibits a craving for blood; and the magical-ecstatic transformation of a person into a werewolf (“man-wolf,” from the Old English werewolves , man, plus wolf), usually accomplished with ointments or magical …

Levitation

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Levitation A paranormal phenomenon whereby a body or object is raised up into the air in defiance of gravity. Levitation has been reported in cases of bewitchment, hauntings (see ghosts, hauntings and witchcraft) and possession; it also is attributed to saints and holy persons. In 1550 in Wertet, Brabant, a group of nuns reportedly levitated into the air, climbed trees …

Leek, Sybil  (1923–1983)

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Leek, Sybil  (1923–1983) English witch and astrologer who moved to America in the 1960s and gained fame by publicizing the renaissance of witchcraft in the Western world. Her trademarks were a cape, loose gowns and a jackdaw named Mr. Hotfoot Jackson who perched on her shoulder. She always wore a crystal necklace, passed on to her, she said, by her …

Ladder

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Ladder Widely held superstitions that it is bad luck to walk beneath a ladder are related in part to fears about witches, especially during the witch hunt times in colonial America. Not all witches were burned—for example, in England and in the American colonies, witches were hung. When they dropped, they fell below the ladder leading up to the gallows. …

Knots

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Knots The tying and untying of knots is used to bind and release energy in many folk magic spells and formulas. The ancient Egyptians and Greeks tied knots in cords for love spells. The “knot of Isis,” a red jasper amulet wound in the shroud of royal Egyptian mummies, summoned the protection of Isis and her son Horus for the …

Jack-o’-Lantern

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Jack-o’-Lantern A phosphorescent light seen in marsh and swamp areas, which in folklore is either the manifestation of a malicious lost soul or a death omen. Jacko’-lantern is known by various names, including will-o’-the-wisp and corpse light (England); fairy light and fox fire (Ireland). According to most legends, the jack-o’-lantern is a wandering soul who has been denied entry into …

Isis

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Isis The ancient Egyptian Mother Goddess, the prototype of the faithful wife and fertile, protective mother. Isis is associated with Sirius, the dog star, the rising of which signals the vernal equinox. Her symbol is the Moon. She is often shown crowned with a lunar orb nestled between the horns of a bull or ram. The worship of Isis was …

Ishtar

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Ishtar The great mother Goddess of ancient Assyrian and Babylonian mythology. Ishtar was said to be either the daughter of the sky god, Anu, or the Moon god, Sin. Over the course of time, Ishtar absorbed the characteristics of other goddesses and so represents different aspects. Worship of her spread throughout the Middle East, Greece and Egypt. She was an …

Iron

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Iron In folklore, one of the best charms against witches, sorcerers, demons and other evil spirits. In Europe, folklore holds that witches cannot pass over cold iron, and burying an iron knife under the doorstep of one’s house will ensure that no witch will ever enter. In some rural locales, iron has been used to protect entire villages. In India, …

Initiation

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Initiation One of the most ancient of rites, initiation marks the psychological crossing of a threshold into new territories, knowledge and abilities. The central themes of initiation are suffering, death and rebirth. The initiate undergoes an ordeal, symbolically dies and is symbolically reborn as a new person, possessing new wisdom. In contemporary Witchcraft and Paganism, initiation marks entry into a …

The Real SECRET:

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The Real SECRET: Let Go………Surrender.A huge key to letting go is knowing that life will give you something better than whatever it asks you to give up. It is the secret of being fearless, of being at peace with yourself. … When you realise that life is one beautiful whole movement, a flow that cannot contradict itself, that is not …

Inanna

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Inanna Sumerian mother Goddess, queen of heaven and ruler of the cycles of the seasons and fertility. She was also called Nina; the name Inanna may be a derivative of Nina. She was the most widely known goddess in the later periods of Sumer. The most important legend involving her is that of the sacrifice of the divine king for …

Imp

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Imp A small demon, often kept inside a bottle or ring and used for magical purposes. Imps are evoked and commanded to carry out tasks and spells. Witches were said to keep imps that assumed different forms, such as toads, rodents and especially flies, spiders and other insects. When accused witches were imprisoned, they were watched closely for any appearances …

ill-wishing

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A curse that is the product of envy, revenge and anger. In earlier times, people commonly blamed their misfortune on the ill-wishing of others. If two people argued and then one suffered a mishap, became ill or had other problems, the other party was suspected of ill-wishing them. Remarks such as “You’ll be sorry” were taken seriously as a form …

Horned Women

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In Irish legend, 12 horned women, all witches, who take over the household of a rich woman and bewitch her and her sleeping family. No reason for the bewitching is given in the story—perhaps, in times past, no reason was necessary, for witches were believed to bewitch simply because they were witches. The legend tells of how the distressed woman …

Horned God

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Horned God In contemporary Paganism and Witchcraft, the consort of the Goddess and representative of the male principle of the Supreme Deity. The Horned God is the lord of the woodlands, the hunt and animals. He also is the lord of life, death and the underworld. He is the sun to the Goddess’ Moon. The Horned God alternates with the …

Mathew Hopkins

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Hopkins, Matthew (?–1647?) England’s most notorious professional witch-hunter, who brought about the condemnations and executions of at least 230 alleged witches, more than all other witch-hunters combined during the 160-year peak of the country’s witch hysteria. Hopkins was born in Wenham, Suffolk, the son of a minister. Little is known about him before 1645, when he took up his witch-hunting …

Scent or Feather for your Altar

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  Some representation of air, commonly something scented like incense, essential oils, or smudges, or else a flying bird’s feather goes in the East, to represent Air. Sacred scents are used to cleanse an area energetically, call in certain powers, or help witches shift consciousness. Feathers can also be used to cleanse energy fields, and to fan incense or smudge …

Milk and Honey Bath

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1 whole egg 1/2 cup mineral oi l2 tsp. liquid dish soap 1/4 cup 100 proof vodka 2 Tbs. honey 1/2 cup whole milk Essential oil for fragrance     Directions: Put all ingredients in blender and process for 30 seconds.     Place in decorative squeeze bottle and label. Use 1-2 Tbs. in bath.  

Herbal Protection Bath

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  This spell is intended to add extra protection to you personally, not your home like the two spells above. The exact amounts of the herbs are up to you. You need:     • Rosemary • Rue • Lavender • Basil (fresh if possible) • Mint • A handful of coarse salt     Run a hot bath, and …

Afro Caribbean Voodoo Magic ,Listing USA

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A listing of over 100 books on the subject of Afro Caribbean Voodoo Magic  some of which are very rare and collectors items. All items on sale for the best prices online and delivered to you  through a trusted source quickly and efficiently. Items may be liable to change on a daily basis as stock is sold and replenished.

Mens Pagan T Shirts Listing USA

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Choose from a  vast selection of Mens Pagan T Shirts of all designs and sizes for all.  All T Shirts on sale for the best prices online and delivered to you  through a trusted source quickly and efficiently. Items may be liable to change on a daily basis as stock is sold and replenished    

Candles for Paganism and Witchcraft Listing, USA

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A selection of candles specifically aimed at Witches and Pagans ,in all shapes , sizes, colors and designs. All candles on sale for the best prices online and delivered to you through a trusted source quickly and efficiently. Items may be liable to change on a daily basis as stock is sold and replenished.  

INTENSE SOLAR ENERGY: WHAT CAN YOU DO?

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  We are experiencing some very intense Solar energy in the last few days which is making its influences heavily felt. This is resulting in increased anxiety, sleep issues, moodiness, concentration problems, headaches, stress and irritability. Here are some suggestions on what you can do in order to cope with the harsh Solar energy that can accompany the ongoing intensified …

The Christian Witch Wheel of the Year

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Samhain: October 31 All Saints and All Souls Days: November 1st and 2nd, respectively The Christian celebration dates to the fourth century. It commemorates the lives of the saints and the people who have passed on. It was moved to November 1st by Pope Gregory III to coincide with Pagan celebrations. Common theme: Remembrance of our ancestors Ritual practice: The …

The Kitchen Witch’s Cupboard

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Here are a few items for your cupboard to keep on hand . Altar Cloth Amulets, Talismans, Jewelry Athame’ or sharp Knife Baskets Beads Bells (brass or glass?) Book of Shadows Bowls, Platters, Pitcher Candles and Holders Capes and/or Robes Cauldron Censor or Thurible Chalice Charged, pure water Compass Crystals and Gems Crystal Ball (scrying tools) Decanter Divination Tools (tarot, …

Making Rolled Candles

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Rolled candles are very simple to make. This recipe makes two 8 x 7/8 inch rolled tapers. You will need: • One 8 x 16 inch bees wax sheet. • One 10 inch length of braided 2/0 wick. • 1 to 2 ounces of paraffin wax for priming the wick. You can prime the wick as directed in the recipe …

Making Dipped Candles

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This recipe makes six 10 x 3/4 inch tapers. You will need: • 4 pounds of bees wax. • Three 24-inch lengths of flat-braided 2/0 wick • A drying rack. You can make a drying rack by hammering pairs of nails into a board or by suspending a dowel or slat between two chairs. Place a 12-inch dipping can in …

Making Molded Candles

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Molded candles can be made in all sorts of shapes and sizes. There is the basic molded candle removed from the mold. You can make a container candle where the candle is left in the mold and the mold becomes part of the candle. A pretty tin can, a sea shell, a hollowed out tree branch, an egg shell or …

Basic White Sandwich Bread

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2 teaspoons active-dry yeast 1 cup (8 oz) warm water 2 tablespoons (1 oz) unsalted butter 1 cup (8 oz) milk – whole, 2%, or skim 2 tablespoons white sugar 1 tablespoon salt 5 1/2 – 6 1/2 cups (24 3/4 ounces – 29 1/4 ounces) all-purpose flour Make sure the water is warm to the touch. If you can’t …

Vegan Brownies

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Ingredients water1/2 cup sugar3/4 cup cocoa6 tablespoon Baking powder1/2 teaspoon salt1/4 teaspoon Vegetable oil2 tablespoon applesauce1/2 cup vanilla1 teaspoon chocolate chips1/2 cup Directions Preheat oven to 350° Mix flour with water, let set while assembling remaining ingredients. Mix sugar, cocoa, baking powder and salt, set aside. Add applesauce, vegetable oil and vanilla to the flour mixture, mix. Add dry ingredients, …

 Caramel Cake

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What You Need Ingredients For the caramel cake layers: Cooking spray or butter 1 stick (8 tablespoons) unsalted butter, at room temperature 1 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar 3 large eggs 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for dusting 3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 1/4 cups whole milk 1 teaspoon vanilla …

Stuffed Mushrooms

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3 slices bacon 1/2 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese 3 drops Worcestershire sauce 2 dashes ground black pepper 1 pound mushrooms, stems removed 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese Prep 10 m Cook 40 m Ready In 50 m Preheat an oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Place the bacon in a large, …

Candle Making Equipment

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Double Boiler Using a double boiler will help to keep your wax from reaching too high of temperatures. After use you can clean the top of the double boiler by wiping it with a dry dish towel before the wax residue hardens. Cookie Sheet A cookie sheet or baking pan can be a very useful piece of candle making equipment. …

Candle Making Ingredients

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  Wax The most common types of wax used in candle making are beeswax, paraffin wax, and dip-and-carve wax. Beeswax is an all natural wax with a sweet aroma. It is preferred because it adds softness and beauty to candles and it also increases burning time. It is also more expensive. Beeswax comes in one-pound cakes or sheets. The sheets …

Cauldron Divination

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Divination is an art that has been practiced in one form or another since the ancient times and in all levels of culture. There are a number of ways in which a cauldron can be used for divining. One method is to fill the cauldron with water or wine and place it between two burnng candles or under the bright …

Cauldron Spirit

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Many Witches pour a bit of ordinary surgical spirit (rubbing alcohol) into their cast iron cauldrons and light it carefully dropping in a lit match. This is often done as part of healing rituals, invocations to the elemental spirit of fire, scrying divinations, sabbat fire festivals, and various working rituals. (Note: A quarter cup of alchohol will burn for approximately …

The Cauldron of Cerridwen

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Cerridwen, a deity associated with the feminine symbols of water and the Moon, is the shape-shifting Celtic Goddess of inspiration, wisdom, and the magical arts of enchantment, divination, and prophecy. She possesse the three aspects of the maiden, mother, and crone, and is a goddess whose invocation is a significant aspect of both the initiatory and mystery rites of Celtic …

Cauldron Magick

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In contemporary Witchcraft, the cauldron is an important magical tool that symbolically combines influences of the ancient elements of air, fire, water, and earth. Its shape is representative of Mother Nature, and the three legs upon which it stands correspond to the three aspects of the Triple Goddess, the three lunar phases (waxing, full and waning), and to three as …

Tools of A Kitchen Witch

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BLENDER : Mingling with others, Stirring up energy COOKBOOK : Book of Shadows, Excellence, Virtue COOKIE TIN : Sweet things in life, Pleasure CRISPER : Invigoration and Restoration CUPBOARDS : Savings, Supplies, Providence DISH TOWEL : Stricture, Determined precision DISHWASHER : Leisure, The Water Element, Convenience DRAIN : Troubles, Burdens, Bad habits DRAWERS : Hidden matters, Material goods FOOD WRAP …

KITCHEN WITCH ABC`s

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Always stir in a clockwise motion Before you chop veggies, offer thanks Cut mindfully, gratefully Do all preparations in a loving spirit Energize food with good thoughts Feast gratefully Give & share what you can spare Home & hearth are sacred Invoke blessings of Goddess on all food Join hands with friends often Kindness shows in serving food Love goes …

The Kitchen Witch’s Creed

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The Kitchen Witch’s Creed In this pot, I stir to the sun an’ follow the rule of harming none. Banishment of bane when goin’ widdershins; an’ with water and salt negativity is cleansed. Household duties are more than chores. Magick abounds when mopping floors. With this broom, I do sweep to clean my house and safely keep. Marigold, Basil, Thyme, …

Fresh Basil Pesto

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INGREDIENTS 1 oz basil leaves (About 2 cups, packed) 2 cloves garlic, chopped 1/4 cup pine nuts 1/2 cup freshly grated Romano or Parmesan cheese 1/2 cup olive oil Salt and pepper, to taste INSTRUCTIONS Process garlic and pine nuts in a blender or food processor. Pulse until coarsely chopped. Add the cheese and process for about 30 seconds. Next add the basil and process to coarsely chop. Then add the …

Grilled Corn on the Cob with Roasted Garlic Herb Butter

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Ingredients 2 heads of garlic 4 t. extra virgin olive oil Finely grated zest of 1 lemon 1 T. unsalted butter ¼ c. chopped parsley or cilantro ¼ c. chopped tarragon Salt and black pepper 6 large ears of corn, in husks Instructions Preheat oven 350. Cut off top third of garlic heads. Stand them cut side up on foil …

Mushroom and Barley Soup

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INGREDIENTS 1 cup (1 ounce) dried porcini mushrooms 3 cups boiling water 4 tablespoons olive oil, divided 4 cups mixed mushrooms (such as shiitake, maitake, oyster and beech), roughly torn 1 tablespoon thyme leaves 2 celery stalks, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 medium yellow onion, finely chopped 1 carrot, peeled and finely chopped 1 tablespoon flour 7 cups …

Goddess Statues

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A  listing of Goddess Statues and some other items which feature many of the Goddesses . Bought to you at the best prices online , with a fast honest delivery service. Products are liable to change on a daily basis

Holda (also Holde, Hulda)

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Holda (also Holde, Hulda) Fierce Germanic goddess of the sky whose nocturnal rides with the souls of the unbaptized dead led to the Christian association of her with the demonic aspects of the Wild Hunt. Holda was beautiful and stately, and bold as a Valkyrie. She also was goddess of the hearth and motherhood and ruled spinning and the cultivation …

Hohman, John George (d. ca. 1845)

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Hohman, John George (d. ca. 1845) The most famous braucher in the powwowing tradition of folk magic, spells, hexes and healing. John George Hohman (also spelled Homan) was a German immigrant to America and the author of the widely circulated magical text The Long Lost Friend. Little is known about Hohman’s life. In 1802, he and his wife, Anna Catherine, …

Witch Hunts

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A  selection of Books on the subject of The Witch Hunts,  some of which may be very rare and well worth looking into. Bought to you at the best prices online , with a fast honest delivery service. Products are liable to change on a daily basis  

Hibbins, Ann (d. 1656)

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Hibbins, Ann (d. 1656) Prominent Boston woman convicted of witchcraft and executed. Her chief crime as a witch seemed to have been a bad temper, which was disliked by her neighbors. Ann Hibbins was married to William Hibbins, a well-to-do merchant in Boston. She also was the sister of Richard Bellingham, deputy governor of Massachusetts, highly regarded as one of …

Dutch Hex Symbols

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Hex Signs

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Round magical signs and symbols used by the Pennsylvania Dutch, primarily to protect against witchcraft but also to effect spells. Hex signs are both amuletic and talismanic (see amulets; talismans). Traditionally, hex signs are painted on barns, stables and houses to protect against lightning, ensure fertility and protect animal and human occupants alike from becoming ferhexed, or bewitched. Hex signs …

Pagan Witches

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Hexenkopf (Witch’s Head)

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Hexenkopf (Witch’s Head) A rocky hill near Easton, Pennsylvania, in the Lehigh Valley, steeped in witchcraft superstitions and folklore influenced by German immigrants who settled in the area in the 18th and 19th centuries. The Hexenkopf rises 1,030 feet above sea level and is the highest peak in Northampton County. It is part of a group of rocky hills that …

Hex Death

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Also called “voodoo death,” hex death is death from a hex or curse resulting from black magic or the breaking of a taboo. The critical factor in hex death is belief. If a person believes that a witch or sorcerer can make him die by cursing him or by pointing a finger or bone at him, he probably will expire, …

Black Magick

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A selective listing of well over 100 products that concern the use of Black Magick. All for sale at the very best prices on the net and delivered to your home by a totally honest top reliable delivery service. Products are liable to change on a daily basis, so if you do not find what you are looking for , …

Hex

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 A spell or bewitchment. The term comes from the Pennsylvania Dutch, who borrowed it from their native German word for “witch,” Hexe, which in turn is derived from Old High German hagazussa or hagzissa (“hag”). In common usage, hex means an evil spell or curse, but among the Pennsylvania Dutch, for example, a hex can be either good or bad. …

Hermitage Castle

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 Ruined castle near Newcastleton in Roxburgshire, Scotland, reputed to be haunted because of malign black magic and witchcraft practiced by Lord Soulis, its owner and occupant in the 13th century. Soulis is alleged to have practiced black magic. He kidnapped young farm children, imprisoned them in the castle’s dungeon and sacrificed them in dark rites. He had a familiar Redcap …

Book of Shadows

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The Book of Shadows . The book where you can enter your own texts and instructions for your own magical rituals. A huge selection of Books of Shadows for you to purchase as well as articles for you to add  and books to help you along the way Bought to you at the best prices online , with a fast honest …

Altar Chests

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A huge selection of well over 100 Pagan Altar Chests some of which are completely unique and original. Bought to you at the best prices online , with a fast honest delivery service. Products are liable to change on a daily basis, so if you do not find what you are looking for , please come back at a later date. …

Altar Bowls

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A Massive Listing of well over 100 Altar Bowls some of which are quite unique. All for sale at the very best prices on the net and delivered to your home by a totally honest top reliable delivery service. Products are liable to change on a daily basis, so if you can not find what you are looking for now …

Altar Bells

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A Massive Listing of well over 100 Altar Bells some of which are quite unique. All for sale at the very best prices on the net and delivered to your home by a totally honest top reliable delivery service. Products are liable to change on a daily basis, so if you do not find what you are looking for , …

Helms Amendment

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An attempt in 1985 by two members of Congress, Senator Jesse Helms of North Carolina and Representative Robert Walker of Pennsylvania, to outlaw religious tax exempt status for Witchcraft, Wicca and Pagan churches and organizations. Both measures failed. The effort was begun by Helms, who queried Secretary of the Treasury James Baker about Witchcraft groups. Baker replied in a letter …

Herne the Hunter

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Herne the Hunter A spectral huntsman of English lore, often the leader of the Wild Hunt or the nocturnal processions of the dead. As leader of the Wild Hunt, Herne has lunar associations. His name is associated with another leader of the dead, Herlechin, or Harlequin, also associated with the Devil. Herne is portrayed wearing an antlered headdress. In modern …

Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn

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Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn One of the most influential Western occult societies of the late 19th century to early 20th century. Like a meteor, it flared into light, blazed a bright trail and then disintegrated. Members included W. B. Yeats, A. E. Waite, Aleister Crowley and other noted occultists. The key founder of the Golden Dawn was Dr. …

Hermetica

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Hermetica Forty-two sacred books of mystical wisdom attributed to the mythical Hermes Trismegistus, or “thrice great Hermes,” the combined Egyptian and Greek deities of Thoth and Hermes, respectively. The books, which date from somewhere between the third century b.c.e. and first century c.e., had an enormous impact on the development of Western occultism and magic. Many of the spells, rituals …

Hermes Trismegistus

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“The thrice greatest Hermes,” a mythological blend of the Egyptian god Thoth, who governed mystical wisdom, magic, writing and other disciplines, and was associated with healing; and the Greek god Hermes, the personification of universal wisdom and patron of magic, the swift, wing-footed messenger god who carried a magic wand, the caduceus. The ancient Greeks associated Hermes with Thoth so …

Hermes

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Hermes Greek messenger god, swift and cunning, portrayed with winged feet, wearing a winged helmet and carrying a caduceus, a serpent-entwined, magic wand that symbolizes spiritual illumination. Hermes also was a patron god of magic, using his caduceus to cast spells. As god of travelers, his image was erected at crossroads; he was charged with escorting the souls of the …

Hecate

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In Greek mythology, a powerful goddess who became the patron of magic and witchcraft. Hecate has three aspects: goddess of fertility and plenty; goddess of the Moon; and queen of the night, ghosts and shades. In her moon-goddess aspect, she is often part of a trinity with Selene and Diana/Artemis. Hecate possesses infernal power, roaming the earth at night with …

Healing

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Contemporary witches and Wiccans view healing as one of their most important functions. They use a wide range of healing techniques, including magic; herbal and folk remedies; body work and energy work; Native American Indian and shamanic techniques (see shamanism); and Western approaches to medicine and psychology. Some Witches are professional healers, trained in Eastern and/or Western medicine and psychology. …

Hazel Tree

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The hazel tree is one of powerful magic, according to ancient beliefs. Hermes’ caduceus, a gift from Apollo, was made of hazel. The early Roman naturalist, Pliny, wrote of how to use hazel wands for divining underground springs. The rod of Moses was cut from a hazel tree by Adam in the Garden of Eden. Moses and Aaron used hazel …

Hawkins, Jane (17th century)

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Hawkins, Jane (17th century) Massachusetts midwife and healer expelled on suspicions of witchcraft in the delivery of a deformed, stillborn fetus. The witchcraft accusations were mixed with a religious controversy affecting Jane Hawkins as well. Hawkins, married to Richard Hawkins, was well known for her midwifery skills and medical remedies. She also was associated with the Antinomians, a Quaker religious …

Hare

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In folklore, a witch’s familiar or a witch metamorphosed in disguise (see metamorphosis). It is still bad luck in the British Isles for one’s path to be crossed by a hare. Witches were said to be able to change themselves into hares and other animals with magical charms such as the following from the British Isles: I shall go into …

Hand of Glory

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The severed hand of a hanged murderer, magically preserved, once was used as a charm in hand of glory black-magic spells and was believed to aid burglars in breaking into homes and buildings. The hand of glory was the right hand of a murderer, ideally severed while the corpse still swung from the gallows, or cut during an eclipse of …

 Hair and nails

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Hair and nails possess magical attributes that contain the essence of a person, and thus are important ingredients in many magic spells. Hair is associated with strength and virility, and with psychic protection. Abundant hair was considered an asset for many monarchs. The ancient Egyptians believed that a potion made of hair, nail clippings and human blood would give a …

Hag

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An old, ugly woman believed to be a witch or sorceress; also, a supernatural, demonic being whose powers enable her to live an incredibly long time. The origin of the term “hag” is found in the ancient Goddess beliefs and myths of the Egyptians, Greeks, Celts and pagan Europeans. The Egyptian heq was a matriarchal ruler in predynastic times, one …