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It’s cool. There’s a lot of things going on with Tara and I, which includes the podcast, the coven, other ventures, and life in general. The podcast. Will be coming back on track. Due to life, family, and the oppressive heat of the summer, there has been a brief gap in show production. The coven. Other ventures. Work life and private life have been extra demanding as there are some current issues going on which are requiring our time, attention, and energy. For those who have been messaging me, the Witch Queen will be available through Sacred Source in the near future. All in all, we’re trying to stay positive despite the ups and the downs. Thank you. The Witch Lord, a new limited edition, fine art, hand finished bronze sculpture by artist Chris Orapello. With the skull of a stag, the figure is seated cross-legged, atop a platform, and bears a spear as a serpent climbs up from the earth and winds its way around his body.
Order now! Robin Artisson - Home. Patheos. A Modern Traditional Witch – Weaving the Realms of Tradition, Folklore, and Modern Practice. Thank you for your interest in Patheos newsletters!
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Today, the term Sabbat is typically used when one speaks of the Wiccan Wheel of the Year. However, the term Witches’ Sabbat actually came to us courtesy of the propaganda of the “witch hunters”, claiming that witches gathered in secret to worship the devil. We know better. Join us in the summer of 2013 for the first annual Witches’ Sabbat at Raven’s Knoll. Following the Call of the Land. New World Witchery - the Search for American Traditional Witchcraft. Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones.Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones.Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones.Now hear the word of the Lord.
-from “Dem Dry Bones,” Traditional Spiritual based on Ezekiel 37 From the Ossuary in Sedlec, Czech Republic. My wife took the photo! Isn’t it cool?! With Halloween just past, I thought it might be a good day to briefly look at one of the most commonly used magical tools in folk sorcery: bones (and their companion skulls as well). Bones as magical tools have been around for at least 12,000 years, and likely longer than that.
Instead of spending several paragraphs exploring the history of bones in magic—which would be easy to do, but would essentially involve me repeating over and over again that skeletal remains have been a part of sorcerous operations for a very long time and are still used today—let’s instead look at how these tools were put to use in the New World. Thanks for reading! Like this: Like Loading... The Fenland Druid. I have been giving some serious consideration to the inclusion of shamanic practices within my interpretation of Druidry.
At one point, I was certain there was a link, but as I find myself digging deeper and deeper into shamanism, I wonder how this links back to my original intention. Exploration of a fascinating subject is hardly something to be censored, but I think I’m getting off-topic at this point. Looking over my library, I find it full of books on shamanism and Celtic shamanism and very little on Druidry.
On the other hand, I appear to have a large quantity of books on Celtic myth and legends and a few books on the history of the Celts. I think this is where my research should take me next. That said, I mustn’t dabble. So: Celtic shamanism? Other areas for research: – Celtic myths and legends (look for shamanic practices) – Faerie healing (being careful of New Age fluff) – Biddy Early and canny folk who practice/practised around the British Isles (any from East Anglia?
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