Beginners in Magic Start here! Puzuzu brings you a beginners guide on how to get started in Spells and Magic and use this site to help you. What is Thou looking for? If you can't find it, then search the web for right here... witch By Doreen Valiente Hear now the words of the witches, The secrets we hid in the night, When dark was our destiny’s pathway, That now we bring forth into the light. Mysterious water and fire, The earth and the wide-ranging air. By hidden quintessence we know them, And will and keep silent and dare. The birth and rebirth of all nature, The passing of winter and spring, We share with the life universal, Rejoice in the magickal ring. Journal: Personal Experience in the Light and Sound of God The following story is from the 2010 Eckankar Journal, an annual collection of real-life accounts of spiritual experiences, written by members of Eckankar. Recent issues of the Eckankar Journal can be requested at the Eckankar Online Bookstore. For more stories, follow the links at right. » By AA A few years ago, I had a very challenging experience.
Goddess: Prayers, Invocations, Songs, Mantras, Chants, Rituals Quotations Links Bibliography Months and Seasons Tantra Cloud Hands Blog Shakti Devi of Tantra Nature Spirits One Old Druid's Final Journey Nature Spirituality Rituals Quotations Speaking to the Goddess:Prayers, Invocations, Songs, Mantras, Chants, Rituals Enochian Magick Reference Document Back Home Table of Contents Note: Due to their large size, the illustrations for this document are on separate linked pages. Thanks to Scott M. for the scans he provided. Thanks to Clay Holden and the John Dee Publication Project for cleaned-up scans from Dee's diaries. The Sabbats of Wicca Learn Wicca / Wicca 101 / Faerie Tradition Because witches honor nature, they have eight festivals, or Sabbats, that mark the year as it turns through its seasons. The following is basic information about these Sabbats, and includes both standard Wiccan information as well as my personal Sabbat lore and experiences, in other words, what I perceive the Sabbats to be.
AMC Pagan Daybook For Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Pagan Daybook is a calendar to keep track of the days of the week, the ancient and modern tides and the pagan festivals and observances that fall on each day of the year. Far more interesting than a conventional calendar, it's something unique to put in the Startup group of Windows, or use as your screen saver. Never miss another solstice... or, perhaps more importantly, another saturnalia. Pagan Daybook features an extensive database of listings — with five or six thousand years of civilization to draw on, it has at least one observance for every day of the year — full color graphics, an integrated screen saver, animation, user-configurable entries, selectable themes and various bits of magick. It includes a searchable calendar to allow you to query the database of observances.
Chants, Blessings, Prayers and Charms A Spell to Cast Away Darkness Belisama Fire 2001 In the center of the darkest storm, Magic Protection Defence Against The Dark Arts: Hexenspiegel Defense Against The Dark Arts: Hexenspiegel Hexenspiegel have been used as a major defence against the dark arts for as long as people have been around. There is something about the flowing, reflective, smooth properties of metal that makes for a natural defence against incoming bad energy, which is by nature, disturbed, impure and chaotic. Magickal Evocation and Invocation Magickal Evocation and Invocation There are basically two ways of summoning an entity or working with energy: "Evocation" and "Invocation." Spiritual evocation is summoning an entity whether it be a Demon, spirit, deceased person, elemental, or energy, and the being appears outside of the operator. When working with energy, the energy is always on the outside of the operator and never inside his/her body. With evocation, there is never a direct tie or connection.
Welsh Herbalism Herbs have always been known to have “magickal power”. Considered a major ingredient for medicines in cultures all over the world, many of whom considered them magickal or spiritual. Earth worshiping belief systems centered around herbs appear in dozens of ancient cultures including the Celts, Indians, Chinese, and Native Americans. Each of these societies religions revolved around a relationship with a great Earth spirit and their people.