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Mary K. Greer's Tarot Blog

Mary K. Greer's Tarot Blog
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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 |

Women's Red Drum workshop – Red Moon Designs :: Shamanic Drums, Sacred Jewelry :: Nikiah Seeds “The tree birthed the drum so that we and spirit could speak with common tongue.” E Bonnie Devlin- Huntogi Drum master. NIkiah's Red Drum workshops run twice a year so that women interested have the chance both save up, and to plan ahead.{Upcoming dates below-classes are limited to 6 woman per workshop} In many ancient cultures around the world sacred drumming was one of the primary skills that women learned, making their own drums among them. Because it is my sincere belief that the creation of a sacred item is a very powerful and beautiful exercise, I think that every woman should have the opportunity to learn how to create their own personal tools. I also believe that regardless of the belief system, each women can create and use a sacred drum made by themselves for their own unique spiritual practice and in doing so deepen both themselves and their spiritual connection. What the workshop looks like: Women will have the chance to take their finished drums home this day.

Tarotpedia THE TYLDWICK TAROT The Tyldwick Tarot includes original designs for the full 78 Major and Minor Arcana, all of which can be seen on this site. The site also incorporates a spread simulator, allowing you to see how the deck looks in action within a number of popular spreads. I first started designing this deck in 2006. You can read about the creation of the deck, and how it developed over time, via this link. The technical specification for the deck is also available here. Many close friends gave me a huge amount of support and encouragement throughout the deck's evolution. This site replaces an earlier Flash-only version, which unfortunately wasn't accessible via mobiles or tablets. I hope you enjoy your visit to my site.

Canadian Gatherings, Conferences & Retreats | Sacred Circle of the Great Mystery Shamanic Society The purpose of these conferences and gatherings is to bring together the Shamanic community & family of all traditions, and to invite the clans, tribes, and families of other countries to come together as one community. We call to everyone to join the gathering and celebrate the earth, the stars, the spirits and the magic of each other. It is in this community we come to share our wisdom, our experience, our spirit, our blessings, and our healing. British Columbia Gatherings: 2014: Walking on 4 Legs – 5th BC Residential Shamanic Conference & Gathering 2013: Return to the Forest - 4th BC Residential Shamanic Conference & Gathering 2012: Bones of the Ancestors – 3rd BC Residential Shamanic Conference & Gathering 2011: Birthing & Blossoming – 2nd BC Residential Shamanic Conference & Gathering 2009: Fire and Ice – 1st BC Residential Shamanic Conference & Gathering

Golden Tarot +.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+ Glad tidings, fellow travellers. +. Golden Tarot is a standard traditional deck, consisting of 78 cards - 22 Major Arcana and 14 in each suit of the Minor Arcana: Coins, Cups, Swords and Wands. This main intention of this site was to showcase International Gothic Art 1300-1500. The site can be used to interpret a spread you've laid with real tarot cards of your own, or you can now get a free online reading with the deck at facade.com. If you think the design of the cards looks familiar, that's probably because it's based on the Rider-Waite-Smith deck. To navigate this site, major sections are linked from the bottom of each page, or you can use the sitemap. The original cards can still be seen and used as wallpapers etc. Kat Black, February 2004

The Tarot of the Sevenfold Mystery New From the creator of the Alchemical Tarot $30 plus shipping Order Now by contacting Robert M. Place at: alchemicaltarot@aol.com Get a free APP version at: iTunes Preview, The Tarotof the Sevenfold Mystery Burne-Jones based his tall female “stunners” and melancholy heroes on the paintings of Botticelli (1445-1510) and Michelangelo (1475-1564), two artists whose works are considered primary examples of Renaissance Neoplatonic mysticism. Because Burne-Jones was inspired by the beauty and symbolism of the fifteenth century (the century in which the Tarot was created) it is not surprising that he painted many of the same themes that we find in the Tarot, such as Temperance, Lovers, and the Wheel of Fortune. Neoplatonic Symbolism In Neoplatonic mysticism, numbers are used as symbols and the numbers three and seven are of primary importance. In Plato’s theory the complete set of Cardinal Virtues contained a forth called Prudence. The Design for the Back of the Cards The Staff of Serapis To: Cups King

The Dark Mountain Project Tarot card meanings & divinatory definitions Study the definitions of all 78 Tarot cards from a range of sources! Click on the cards below for the full meanings of each card, Compare the meanings of the tarot cards between the main versions. The definition section has been expanded to give you probably the most comprehensive list of meanings to choose from: My definitions based upon years of reading the tarot Rider-Waite by A.E. Waite Golden Dawn meanings probably by McGregor Mathers Book of Thoth by Aleister Crowley and Frieda Harris, including his mnemonics for the Major Arcana McGregor Mathers, Head of the Golden Dawn (see how the meanings slightly differ to the Golden Dawn meanings above) Etteilla, the French card reader Thierens, an enthusiastic amateur astrologer and tarot reader under the thrall of A.E.

Best spots for sky-gazing at night Warm summer nights are meant for lying under the stars and watching celestial phenomena like meteor showers and moonrises. Over the next three months, mark your calendars to catch the Buck (July 14), Sturgeon (August 13), and Harvest (September 12) full moons, so named by Native Americans, as well as the Southern Delta Aquarids (peak, July 28-29) and Perseids (peak, August 12-13) meteor showers, first identified by astronomers in the 1800s. There’s only one catch: find the right spot with a superb sightline unaffected by artificial illumination. Here are four such places best suited to sky-gazing at night. An evening or two before the full moon, Boundary Bay Regional Park in Delta is the place to head. One of the rewards of regularly seeking out vantage points to catch the moon at its best is the certainty of knowing where such cosmic happenings occur. Annual meteor showers don’t appear with anything rivalling the clockwork precision of the Earth’s satellite.

Spiritual Ecologies and New Cosmologies Convergence 2014 | holyscapes Photo by Florian Breuer Monday Sept. 22: Beginnings: Musqueam welcome; Beginnings Storytelling Circle with a diverse panel from religious and scientific backgrounds; discussion of the role of myth in society; welcome dinner. UBC First Nations Long House. 4:00 – 8:00 pm.Tuesday Sept. 23: Cosmologies: Screening the film ‘Journey of the Universe’ with Skype Introduction by the film’s producer Mary Evelyn Tucker , a response by Bruce Sanguin and discussion; Cosmos Walking Meditation in the Courtyard presented by the Earth Literacies Project; Fall Equinox Celebration; Artist Chuck Rounds will then discuss spiritual ecology, art and shamanism for the Convergence Art Exhibit Opening. However, please RSVP to jason.minton.brown [at] gmail [dot] com That’s where YOU come in! Submit original artwork (paintings, drawings, photographs, craft, sculpture, etc.) from your travels, field work or vacations relevant to themes of sacred space, place, ecology, cosmology and spirituality. Framing Submissions

Singing Over the Bones | Women and the Wild

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