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The Wiccan Way

The Wiccan Way
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)O(*~*New Moon Occult Shop Free Online Book of Shadows*~*/|\ The book of shadows page has grown so that I have to actually make an index for these things. As these are all from posts to the book-of-shadows list so I assume they are original works by the people who posted them unless otherwise noted. If I am wrong, or if I have lost (in many cases) the authors name and you know who did it, please let me know by clicking email webmistress to let us know who did what. Do not email the webmistress asking for spells, rituals or anything else. Wicca is thought to be the old religion. This is not any one person's book, but it has been created from posts to the list book-of-shadows. Should you wish to join the book of shadows mailing list, send a blank email to book-of-shadows-join@celticmoon.net and you will be automatically joined. AMAZON books of shadows available to all - our picks We sell MANY books of shadows ourselves and you can by these through us This Shadows in my Cauldron site owned by New Moon Occult Shop

Herbs and Roots - Willowmoon's Ways LOVE: Cubeb berries, orris root, spikenard, vanillin, vervain, violet flowers, laurel, Adam and Eve root, Beth root, horse chestnut, khus khus, ladies thumb, lavender, lotus, lovage, magnolia, mistletoe, passion flower, patchouli leaves, lesser periwinkle, queen Elizabeth root, quassia chips, rose buds, herba mate, sweet bugle, scullcap, rose hips, orange blossoms, five-finger grass, heratease herb. PASSION: Myrtle, absinthe, aloes, cloves, darniana, dill seed, coriander, dulse herb, sweet basil, juniper berries, saw palmetto berries, Canada snake root, fennel seed, grains of paradise, satyrion root, snake root, verbena root, licorice stick herb, patchouli leaves. SUCCESS: Cinnamon, yellow dock, squill root, John the conqueror root, silver weed, Jezebel root, prince's pine, red clover, buckeye, Irish moss, five-finger grass, elm bark, khus khus, May apple (mandrake) root, scented lucky beans, tonka beans, sweet flag root, vervain leaves, golden seal herb. Botanical Banishing Spells

Witchcraft, Wiccan and Pagan Index | Celtic Connection HERBAL CORRESPONDENCES: Magic Herbs - Herb Magick Herbs, resins, and other organic materials can be used in a variety of forms such as their natural form, dried, or in oils, powders, and incenses. And while there may be differences in the way they are used, the properties of the herbs and resins and their effects remain the same. Herb applies to a wide range of plants, including: grasses, trees, shrubs, weeds, roots, barks, and the flowers of any plant used for healing, magic spells and rituals, witchcraft, Wicca, or other purposes. Herbs and their by-products have been used for thousands of years by humans and other animals for healing. Herbs have many possible uses: Charms and Sachets Incense Bath Oils Teas The correspondences listed here include each herb's botanical name, common name, ruling planet, dominant element, any associated deity, and its magical properties. The first two lists are "quick and dirty" references. SUN: peony, sunflower, saffron, cinnamon, laurel MOON: hyssop, rosemary, moonflower, moonwort, garlic Dill: Love.

Le blog équestre d'Equidia Spiritual Spells: Herbal Magick Book of Shadows Many Wiccans, Pagans, Magicians, and Conjure folk pride themselves on their knowledge of herbs, and which ones can be used in which ways. Every herb and root has a medicinal and a magical property of some sort. Each shows its properties by its form, shape, and spirit; this is the Doctrine of Signatures. The herbs used in Witchcraft and Wicca magick are not always the same as those used in Conjure, so we provide two lists here, covering the most popular herbs in both traditions. Two books that we recommend to our own Coven members, and which we believe will set you on the path of discovery about the wonderful subject of herbal spell-crafting are:

Free Wiccan Ritual: Cleansing the Aura Cleansing of the AuraByTheresa Chaze There are times when everyone encounters negative or unproductive situations that leave traces on our auras. It can lead to illness or depression. By cleansing you aura, you release or banish negative energy and others’ energy sucking attachments. This ritual can be done as often as necessary. What you will need: Half a cup of sea saltHalf a cup of baking sodaA bath tubYour favorite relaxing musicYour favorite incenseA white candleA black candleTime alone At a time when you won’t be interrupted for about thirty minutes, cast your circle of protection around the bathroom; you can darken the room if you feel comfortable doing so. “I freely release all negativity on all levels to the Spirit of the Earth to be transmuted into a positive influence that will help myself and others grow in knowledge and wisdom.” Visualize the light of the flame surrounding you, turning the negativity around you to ciders and nullifying its effectiveness.

A little bit Pagan - COMMON HERBAL CORRESPONDENCES ... The Book of Shadows Here you will find one of the largest online Book of Shadows. This page may seem a bit unorganized but I can't think of any other way to do it and I would hate to have a bunch of links for you to have to click on to get to the information you are looking for. So check back often for more items. If you would like to have a spell or information posted here, e-mail me! If you see *UPDATED* next to a section, the new information is listed first. Magick is the art of causing change to occur in accordance with one's desires. Table of Contents Please choose one of the following: Tips For The Solitatry Practitioner A Book Blesssing | Beliefs | Wiccan Rede | Pagan Terminology| What is Magick? God and Goddess DirectoryCharge of the Goddess | Charge of the God | Charge of the Dark Goddess | Charge of the Dark God The Pentagram | Creation Myths | Pagan Humor | Pagan Traditions | Pagan Parenting Circle Casting | The Wheel of the Year | Misc. A Cat Blessing Ritual | Invocations, Chants, and Prayers |

*Magical Recipes Online* Your free online Magazine on Witchcraft, Occultism & Ancient Recipes: How to invoke the Phoenix, the Sacred Bird of Fire. Ancient Egyptian Spells, Rituals and Magic: How to Invoke the Sacred Phoenix, the Bennu Birdhow to call Phoenix for Sun's & Fire's Blessings What can someone write and say about the Sacred Phoenix, the Holy Bird Spirit, the King of Fire, the Great commander and Father of the Salamanders. Although Phoenix is not worshipped as God, he is a universally respected Spirit summoned for inspiration and blessings! This spell could also be named "How to Transform into Phoenix" or "How to become a Phoenix" spell. The Book of the Dead is one of the most ancient Book of Spells (Book of Shadows or Grimoire if you are more familiar with the term) ever been found. We were helped by the manuscripts of many scholars like Wallis Budge and the University College London UCL. This spell could be named "How to summon Phoenix" yet it's not, because although we do believe that the Sacred Spirit will come if you call out for him with Love and Respect, you are not able to force him to as he is a higher entity.

Mille an d'histoire de l'ARBRE GENEALOGIQUE en France 35 Must-Read Spiritual Books You’ve Never Heard Of Author Amateo Ra: You might have had an experience many of us share: We get an idea, a thought or even a dream with a theme that truly inspires us, stretches our minds or opens us up to a greater understanding ourselves and our lives. And, like magic, within a day or so, we find a book which not only confirms our thoughts and feelings, but goes deeper into the very idea we had than we even did. How cool is it the Universe works with such magic & synchronciticy? Many of us have also experienced that moment where we find the perfect book at the right time, and it exactly addresses what we’ve been thinking about, wanting to learn more of or a story whose themes directly relates our current lives and experiences. By no means is this a complete list, as there are so many incredible books out there from amazing authors. 1) The 5th Sacred Thing by Starhawk This is a very compelling read that gives a raw and real invitation for us to examine how we are creating our Future. 20) Oneness by Rasha

Bougaivillea's Book of Shadows : Member's Books of Shadows White: A balance of all colors; Spiritual enlightenment, cleansing, clairvoyance, healing, truth seeking; Rituals involving lunar energy' May be substituted for any color candle. Yellow: Activity, Creativity, unity; brings power of concentration and imagination to a ritual; use in rituals where you wish to gain another’s confidence or persuade someone, or in rituals that require solar energy. Gold: Fosters understanding and attracts the powers of cosmic influences; beneficial in rituals intended to bring about fast luck or money, or in rituals needing solar energy. Orange: Creativity, ability to speak one's mind, ambition, career matters and the Law, self-confidence. Solar color and also stands for Leo. Pink: Promotes romance, friendship; standard color for rituals to draw affections; a color of femininity, honor, service, brings friendly, lively conversation to the dinner table. Emerald Green: Important component in Venusian rituals; attracts love, social delights, and fertility.

Solving the Riddle Cracking the Code The Davinci Code Do you remember the movie Men in Black, where the aliens are rolling around marbles and when the alien picks one up, you see that there are millions of galaxies inside each one? Hold onto that thought. In 1901, Richard Maurice Bucke released a book titled Cosmic Consciousness and in it he explained that everything is composed of an all-encompassing immanent God. Meaning that the universe itself, is a living organism and each planetary body has its own consciousness that is linked to the cosmic consciousness of the all. Throughout his work, you are opened up to the patterns. This understanding can be applied to the microcosm and macrocosm for you science minded folks as it signifies seeing the same patterns reproduced on all levels of the cosmos. Just as each and everyone one of us are a conscious living breathing ecosystem, so is the earth. Planets themselves have been worshipped for centuries just as the sun and moon are worshipped in many religions. Welcome to Ascension! by LJ Vanier

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