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The Inner Sanctum of Wicca and Witchcraft

The Inner Sanctum of Wicca and Witchcraft
-top story- RECORD CROWDS AT STONEHENGE SOLSTICE CELEBRATION - - - England. (The Times (UK))- June 22, 2009 - Druids began their incantations, Wiccan priestesses drew their cowls tight against the damp morning air and four half-naked Papuan dancers waved their hands in the air and went: "Woo, woo, woo". Only the guest of honour failed to put in an appearance at Stonehenge. A record 36,500 people had gathered at the prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain to watch the sun rise. So many turned out to celebrate the solstice that roads had to be shut and the vast field converted into a car park for 6,500 vehicles was full by 3am.

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How to become a Wiccan or Witch How to Become a Wiccan or Witch Being a Wiccan or Witch is generally not something you are born as or just wake up one morning and decide to become. More often than not, you come across it by accident unless you were raised that way. Many find the philosophies of how Wicca and Witchcraft view nature are the same as the one's they currently hold. They just didn't know there was a specific belief system that shared the same views. Personal Page George Knowles (Man in Black) An interview with Christopher Blackwell Wiccan magickal spells and charms - StumbleUpon Wicca Sponsored link. Quote: Charms: According to a Webster's dictionary, the original meaning of the noun charm was a "chanted word, phrase, or verse assumed to have magic over to help or hurt; an incantation." 1 There are two modern meanings to the word:

How to Learn Witchcraft Advertisements Call a Wiccan Psychic for Guidance! Home > How to Learn Witchcraft Witchcraft or wicca is a pagan religion--a religion of nature. The first step to learn witchcraft is to study the religion itself. Paganism and Wicca: Solitary witches and covens by Luthaneal Walking the Path: Going it alone vs. practicing with a group As a fresh, newbie pagan you're soon going to have the delightful choice of deciding whether to be solitary in your beliefs or flirt with joining a coven. Luthaneal helps you look at the ins-and-outs of pagan solitary and group work... Once a young Pagan or witch has established what they believe and the path that they wish to follow, they will sooner or later be presented with the choice of walking that path alone or joining a group with similar beliefs.

Litha Sabbat Ritual, Wiccan Witchcraft Rituals The Sun God reaches the peak of his powers on this, the longest day of the year, and unites in marriage with his beloved Moon Goddess. Upon this day, the longest day of the year, the Sun God makes the young Moon Goddess his beautiful wife and brings her the gift of abundance. The Goddess is overwhelmed with the gift as she knows from this day forward the powers of her partner will begin to weaken, as the powers of the baby within her begin to grow stronger by the day.

Mabon Activities and Ideas « witchery Do a thanksgiving circle, offering thanks as you face each direction — for home, finances, and physical health (North); for gifts of knowledge (East); for accomplishments in career and hobbies (South); for relationships (West); and for spiritual insights and messages (Center).Dip colorful leaves in melted paraffin wax for altar decorations that may be enjoyed even after the celebration or attach to a wreath for your headMake a dried leaf mobileMake wineTake a walk in a wild place with your family or circle members; Sing songs and talk about all the things you’ve done over the summer and spend time discussing other things you’ve done together in the last year; gather wild seeds and seed pods to decorate your circle for ritual.Gather dried leaves, herbs, plants, seeds and seed pods Scatter offerings in harvested fieldsOffer libations to treesHave a potluck feast with a group of friends and loved ones to celebrate the abundance of the season. Adopt someone in a nursing home. Like this:

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. Samhain happens near Halloween and is when the Wiccan year begins. My altar cloth is black, because we are in the time of year that is dark. On my altar is the harvest, our "dead Lord" whose life is in the crops and "sacrificed" when the crops are killed to become our food.

Conjuring Spirits the Old Fashioned Way Agrippa is a great resource for all things magical. Using the tables of the scales of numbers in his 2nd Book of Occult Philosophy, you will be able to put together whatever type of ritual you could possibly need. However, the details on how to conjure spirits aren’t in the Three Books.

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