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Strega (The Old Religion) – The Mystical Spiral. Ra is a hereditary Italian Strega.

Strega (The Old Religion) – The Mystical Spiral

His strong ancient bloodlines are from both Lake Nemi and Afragola,Italy. These r the old ways , la vecchia religione , and the mystical lake Nemi is an ancient volcanic crater in the alban hills . We call this Diana’s Mirror.Shockingly, Lake Nemi is only 19 miles from the Vatican. Nemi, the town along side the lake is a town dedicated to the moon goddess Diana. Benevento , which is the home to the sacred Walnut tree and walnut withces are secretly linked to Lake Nemi as well. Italian Strega Pentagram ***LASA*** The Lasa r our hyper-dimensional protectors. ***Regarding the Roman Catholic Church***many Strega had to become Roman Catholic Strega to avoid the inquisition, and being burned alive after imprisoned by the Church Army. The owl is a very mystical and special creature to us and is our family symbol. The Witch Burnings - Holocaust Without Equal. By Edo Nyland March 25, 1997 from PaganTeaHouse Website recovered through WayBackMachine Website Much is known about the witch hunts of the 16th and 17th centuries.

The Witch Burnings - Holocaust Without Equal

Shamanism Working With Animal Spirits Core. Animals Rule !!

Shamanism Working With Animal Spirits Core

"We are many.....and will take a moment..... ..... our wisdom will appear to you before we do. " Shamanism, the world's oldest healing tradition, is found in all cultures on Earth. Shamans work with their allies--the animal spirits. Learn the wisdom of over three hundred of these spiritual teachers. More Animals. An introduction to Asatru. Less than a thousand years ago, the elders of Iceland made a fateful decision.

An introduction to Asatru

Under political pressure from Christian Europe, and faced with the need for trade, the Allthing declared Iceland to be an officially Christian country. Within a few short centuries the last remnants of Nordic Paganism, which once stretched through all of Northern Europe were thought dead. However, Iceland was a tolerant country and the myths stories, and legends of Pagan times were left unburnt to kindle the fires of belief in later generations.

Under pressure from the famous poet, Sveinbjorn Beinteinsson, Iceland once again recognized Nordic Paganism as a legitimate and legal religion. A restoration of our ancient faith is likewise in full bloom in America. This ancient Pagan religion was known as Asatru, an old Norse word which means Troth (loyalty) to the Gods, and modern Asatru is nothing less than the complete revival of the ancient Norse Pagan religion. Return to Top. Asatru. Ásatrú (Icelandic, "Æsir faith") is a modern revival of the pre-Christian Nordic religion as described in the Norse epic Eddas.


Terminology Ásatrú is an Old Norse word consisting of Ása, referring to the Norse gods, and trú, "troth" or "faith". Thus, Ásatrú means "religion of the Æsir. " The term was coined by Edvard Grieg in his 1870 opera Olaf Trygvason, in the context of 19th century romantic nationalism. The Four elements. In the witches' view of the universe, all things are made up of four elements: Earth, Air, Fire, and Water.

The Four elements

All animals, plants, stones, emotions, inanimate objects, and energies are combinations of these, of course, are we. Everything has its own unique blend of the four elements in it: everything that has substance has earth in it; everything that has energy in it has fire; everything that flows and/or has feelings has water; and everything that involves sound, thinking, or communication has air in it. We call upon the elements when we do magic, offer healing, undertake a project, cook a meal...anything where we would like to have the elements come together in perfect balance for a specified purpose. This isn't praying so much as inviting the energies of the elements to come into our space and offer their own unique gifts to the project we are working on. Many people work with "elementals. " All manner of witchery. Modern Witchcraft and Pagan Spirituality. Wiccan Ritual Tools - Wiccan Spells. Wiccan ritual tools are used in order to direct energy according to the witch’s wishes.

Wiccan Ritual Tools - Wiccan Spells

Ritual tools aren’t mandatory for magick, and not all witches use them, but they can add strength to a spell or ritual – and creating your own collection of special magickal tools can be a lot of fun! Here is a brief overview of some of the tools used by Wiccans: The Athame The athame is a knife that is not used for cutting, but rather to direct energy in ritual. The athame is often dull, usually double-edged with a black or dark handle. A sword has the same function as an athame. PHOTOS: Summer Solstice Marked With Fire, Magic, More. 52 - God inside the circle The Religion hidden within Cerimonial Magic Magick.flv.

Secret Societies. [Occult Audiobook] Apollonius of Tyana Part 1; One of the Most Famous Magicians in History. 57 - GrndOrdrOfDracoSlyrs's Channel.flv. Paganism/Wicca. Archives. Occult 100: Search Engine, Archive and Book of Shadows for Witchcraft, Paganism, Spells, Magick, Rituals, Wicca, Satanism, Tarot, Psychics, Ouija, Divination and Other Esoteric Topics. Quadrivium Supplies - Makers of ritual oils. Quadrivium Supplies, Inc. is a producer and distributor of supplies for ritual magicians.

Quadrivium Supplies - Makers of ritual oils

Our main product is Quadrivium Oils™, which are hand-made ritual oils, created according to the lunar calendar and planetary hours. Certain oils are electional, created at times determined by an expert astrologer trained in this discipline. Resources & Tools. The Pagan Federation - Start Page. What known religions are considered pagan. The Wiccan Religion. Wiccan religion is a growing spiritual tradition in North America and Europe, especially among young adults and teens.

The Wiccan Religion

The term "wicca" is a bit obscure in its origins, but most scholars will identify it as an Old English term that refers to a "wizard" or "soothsayer" or "sorcerer" or "magician. " Other possible derivations are from "wic" meaning "to bend" or "wit" meaning "wisdom. " Adherents of Wiccan religion often use various terms to define themselves and their beliefs.

These include: neopaganism- this includes all faith groups based on attempted reconstructions of ancient or extinct religions, such as the Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Sumerian and others. paganism - has both positive and negative meanings. Witchcraft or craft - generally refers to the practical arts of casting spells, herbalism, performing magic ceremonies, and the like. Click the links below to learn more about this religion. (Sidebar: Click here to browse a really cool blog written by a Wiccan mother.