Drawing Down the Moon (1949) GG

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High Priestess stands in front of Altar, assumes Goddess position (arms crossed). Magus, kneeling in front of her, draws pentacle on her body with Phallus-headed Wand, invokes, “I Invoke and beseech Thee, O mighty Mother of all life and fertility. By seed and root, by stem and bud, by leaf and flower and fruit, by Life and Love, do I …

Hypnosis Lucid Dreaming Ritual

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What you’ll need: * Mugwort Flower Essense Remedy * A bathtub STEP 1: Draw a warm bath just before going to bed. Add 20 drops of mugwort into the water. STEP 2: Sit in the bath in quiet meditation to clear your mind, for about 5 minutes. STEP 3: Visualize the dream you want to have… and see yourself interacting …

Wicca & Druidcraft

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Druidry and Wicca are two entirely separate and distinct spiritual paths. If you follow Druidism there is no need to study or be involved in Wicca, and vice versa. But there are a number of similarities between the two paths, and some people combine Druid and Wiccan ideas or practices, just as others combine other spiritual ways with Druidry. This …

Deities for protection

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Anubis (Egyptian) : The jackal headed god. Anubis is the gatekeeper to the underworld a protector and a guardian. Anubis can walk with you during challenging magickal situations. He can help to remove fear so you can find the courage to do what needs to be done. Colors: Green and Black. Crystals and stones: malachite and nebula. herb: Myrrh Artemis …

Drawing Down the Moon

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment It was believed by the ancient Greeks and Romans that Witches had the power to draw down the moon from the sky. This assumption is not without reason. Should a witch be seen invoking the Goddess beneath a full moon, she would naturally be standing in a position where the beams from the moon …

Riding the Dragon

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment Many Traditional Crafters have an interesting relationship with dragons. Some see them as archetypes, some as being similar to the Gods, and some see them as living mythical beasts, in a very literal way. It is certainly true that myths and legends involving dragons are central to many of the traditional cultures from which …

Dreamwork

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We have all had those dreams which we can vaguely remember and strive to figure out what they mean. So what are dreams? Dreams are the language of the subconscious, encoded in symbols, which is trying to tell you something as you sleep. I hope that this brief guide will help in this respect and will act as a few …

Divination Tools

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Anything from clouds, crystals, incense smoke, or tarot, oracle, or playing cards can be read for divining purposes. All you need is to feel attuned to interpret what you see. Images may appear to you unbidden with a voice within you, telling you the meaning of what you see. The image you see may even change upon acknowledging it, to …

Symbolism for Divination

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Acorn- youth, strength, man, small start for large accomplishment ● Airplane- travel, new projects ● Anchor- voyage, rest, problem solved, security ● Arrow- news, disagreements, direct action ● Basket- gift, security, comfort ● Baby- new interests, security, new beginnings ● Bees (hive, comb)- fertility, industry, community, self-sacrifice ● Bell- celebrations, news (good or bad, depending on other indicators) ● Bird- …