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    The Goddess that rules today is Mama Ocllo, she is the Inca Goddess of fertility and spinning. She is said to be either one of the eight deities created by Viracocha, the supreme God of the Inca, or the daughter of Mama Quilla, Goddess of the moon, and her brother/husband Inti, God of the sun. In either case, she is the sister/wife of Manco Capac and with him she was sent to earth to teach the people. In the version where they are children of the sun, Inti gives Manco Capac a golden staff, telling him that wherever he is able to sink the staff into the ground with one push, on that spot he should build a temple to the sun. The city that they founded was Cuzco, which became the capital of the Inca empire. Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo gathered the people together at Cuzco, and Mama Ocllo taught the women how to spin and then to weave the threads they created into garments. Mama Ocllo’s name, which means “mother fertility,” is also seen as Mama Uqllu, Mama Ocllo Huaco, and Mama Ogllo. The sometimes seen Mama Oello and Mama Oullo are misspellings.Her gemstone is the rose quartz.
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    Celtic Blessing of the Elements

    Grace of the love of the skies be thine,
    Grace of the love of the stars be thine,
    Grace of the love of the moon be thine,
    Grace of the love of the sun be thine,
    Grace of the love and the crown of heaven be thine.

    Text source: http://www.allsaintsbrookline.org/celtic/celtic_blessing.html

    Art by Kristen Fox

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    Sigils for protection of the home. You can print these or you can draw or paint them yourself onto paper, they do not have to be artist renditions, just drawn the best you can. They can be carved into wood, or into wax on a candle.

    A sigil is a symbol created for a specific magical purpose. It is usually made up of a complex combination of several specific symbols or geometric figures each with a specific meaning or intent. These can be very powerful.

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    Egyptian God Heka:

    Heka was the God of Magick. His name being the Egyptian word for magick. According to Egyptian writing, Heka existed 'Before duality had come into being' The term Heka was also used for the practice of magickal ritual.
    Known as the Zone of Silence, it is a place where radio waves barely permeate the air. Located between the states of Chihuaua, Coahuila, Durango & 400 miles from U.S. Border, something in the area makes it almost impossible to receive radio, television, cell or any other sound related transmissions. The exact cause of this phenomenon has not been fully explained to date, with many theories abounding that the area has been heavily influenced by extra-terrestrial & other paranormal activities.

  • Dam dont i know it BB Draco )o(/|\
    Dam dont i know it BB Draco )o(/|\

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    To be a witch is to always be busy, there is always a spell in the works. As well as running our busy 'normal' lives we also have a lot of work to do in our magical lives. Crafting, Divination, spell work, Esbats, Sabbats, Healing, Potions. If you are a busy witch your a happy witch.

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    Egyptians believed that with Heka, the activation of the Ka, as aspect of the soul of both Gods and humans, they could influence the Gods and gain protection, healing and transformation.
    Known as the Zone of Silence, it is a place where radio waves barely permeate the air. Located between the states of Chihuaua, Coahuila, Durango & 400 miles from U.S. Border, something in the area makes it almost impossible to receive radio, television, cell or any other sound related transmissions. The exact cause of this phenomenon has not been fully explained to date, with many theories abounding that the area has been heavily influenced by extra-terrestrial & other paranormal activities.
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    Heka literally means activating the Ka, which is the aspect of the soul which embodies personality. Egyptian beliefs held that activating the power of the soul was how magick worked.
    Known as the Zone of Silence, it is a place where radio waves barely permeate the air. Located between the states of Chihuaua, Coahuila, Durango & 400 miles from U.S. Border, something in the area makes it almost impossible to receive radio, television, cell or any other sound related transmissions. The exact cause of this phenomenon has not been fully explained to date, with many theories abounding that the area has been heavily influenced by extra-terrestrial & other paranormal activities.
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    Binding Spell:
    I've had several requests for this spell….. and First off – I want to say that a binding spell should be done in the last attempt to prevent further harm… it's not a spell to be taken lightly…

    Get a photo of the person you wish to bind – then get black hemp cord…

    Cast your circle/call your quarters – do what you normally do.
    Then, focus on the photo and the hemp cord on what you want to do. Think of the reasons to which you are there performing this spell.
    When you feel ready, wrap the cord around the photo 3 times, chanting, "______, I bind you now, I bind you from doing harm to others, and harm to yourself."

    When you have completed the third time, then pour more energy into the photo and the cord, and chant/state:

    In Hecate's name we bind ____ to the flame
    May she bring nightmares, depression, and pain
    We cast ____ to the wind, that all know his/her shame
    May Hecate envelope ____ in the threefold law
    May all forget ____'s shame, their harm, their call
    May their ability to raise magic fall on deaf walls
    We join our energies, fellow friends in the Craft
    May Hecate stop ___'s harm in the future, present and past
    Only when their deeds are reversed will this binding be uncast
    So Mote It Be!

    Then, focus again on the photo, and wrap the cord 3 more times around the photo – chanting once again "______, I bind you now, I bind you from doing harm to others, and harm to yourself."

    Tie a knot in the photo – then you can either burn the photo or bury it. Personally, I burn then bury the ashes. While you do this, think of how the energy is going back to the Earth, going back to become positive, helpful energy instead of negative harmful energy.

    When you feel ready, you may close your circle/release the corners, etc after stating:

    "What is done is done, may you harm no more.
    May your energy come pure and light,
    What I have done today is for the best,
    May my intent and energy do only good,
    And harm it none,
    So Mote it Be".

    Zoey ♥
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    Kala Diasia!

    Today (Mar. 6) coincides with the 23rd day of the month of Anthesterion. On which we celebrate the one of the greatest festivals honouring Zeus!

    The Diasia is the greatest festival celebrating the rites of Zeus. He is worshiped as Zeus Meilichios (Zeus the Gentle – Zeus the Mild), protector of those who worship Him with propitiatory offerings. It is a time to remember our ancestors, our departed parents, and their goodness and presence within us.

    "an ancient altar of Zeus Meilichios; on it Theseus received purification from the descendants of Phytalos after he had slain among other robbers Sinis, who was related to himself" ~ Pausanias

    This festival is also a time to honour the departed, and Demeter.

    Today is also the fifth day of the feast of the Lesser Mysteries.

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    Last week, the comic book Young Avengers #2 had the conversation that many Pagan comic-book fans were awaiting: What’s up with Wiccan calling himself “Wiccan”? Here’s hoping it leads to a new code-name that isn’t also the name for a, well, Wiccan. The issue was written by Kieron Gillen with art by Jamie Mckelvie, the same team who did the criminally under-appreciated Phonogram miniseries (which should be required reading for anyone who loves the intersection of music and magic).

    ( Shamelessly swiped from The Wild Hunt: http://wildhunt.org/2013/03/unleash-the-hounds-link-roundup-83.html )

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    First time i posted this miss wrote one line so gonna re-post with correction

    Heretic heart

    I am a bold and pagan soul travelling through this land,

    I judged the world by my own light and I come by my and hand,

    and in wish you would ask me where I have learned to live so recklessly,

    my skin, bone, my heretic heart are my authority.

    My mother was a spinner of of tails,

    my father a dreaming man,

    and I have swung on the Dragon’s tongue and danced on holy land,

    I have sown the seeds about the ground and sung the birds down from the trees,

    my skin my bone in my heretic hearts are my authority.

    Once I was found but now I’m gone away from the faithful fold,

    the ones who preach that holiness is to do as you are told,

    through law and scripture, priest and prayer have all instructed me,

    my skill in my burn my heretic heart are my authority.

    Now they tell me Jesus loves me,

    I think he loves in vain,

    he must go unrequited on me he has no claim,

    for the man who would command me must wear the horn and let me be,

    my skin that my burn my heretic heart are my authority.

    And while I breath this glorious air and outlaw I’ll remain,

    my body will not be subdued and I will not be saved,

    and if I cannot shouted loud I will sing it secretly,

    my skin my bone my heretic heart are my authority.

    Catherine Madsen wrote and it’s one of my favourite poems.

    http://www.cybercauldron.co.uk/heretic-heart

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    Persephone & Demeter (myth) – Ancient Greek & Roman Gods for Kids
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    His third sister, Demeter, was in charge of the harvest. All the gods jobs were important. But Demeter's job was very important. If she was upset, the crops could die. Everyone, gods and mortals alike, worked hard to keep Demeter happy. What made her happy was enjoying the company of her daughter, P…
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    Thanatos – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    In Greek mythology, Thanatos (Greek: Θάνατος (Thánatos), "Death,"[1] from θνῄσκω – thnēskō, "to die, be dying"[2]) was the daemon personification of death. He was a minor figure in Greek mythology, often referred to but rarely appearing in person.
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    Hades – Greek God of the Underworld
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    Hades is the Greek god of the Underworld.
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    Hades – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Hades (pron.:/ˈheɪdiːz/; from Greekᾍδης (older form Ἀϝίδης), Hadēs, originally Ἅιδης, Haidēs or Άΐδης, Aidēs (Doric Ἀΐδας Aidas), meaning "the unseen"[1]) was the ancient Greek god of the underworld. The genitiveᾍδου, Haidou, was an elision to denote locality: "[the house/dominion] of Hades". Eventu…
  • Proserpina is an ancient Roman goddess whose story is the basis of a myth of Spr…
    Proserpina is an ancient Roman goddess whose story is the basis of a myth of Springtime. Her Greek goddess' equivalent is Persephone. The probable origin of her name comes from the Latin, "proserpere" or "to emerge," in respect to the growing of grain. She is a life-death-rebirth deity. Proserpina was subsumed by the cult of Libera, an ancient fertility goddess, wife of Liber and is also considered a lifeÐdeathÐrebirth deity. She was the daughter of Ceres, goddess of agriculture and crop and Jupiter, the god of sky and thunder.

    She was the daughter of Ceres and Jupiter, and was described as a very enchanting young girl.Venus, in order to bring love to Pluto, sent her son Amor to hit Pluto with one of his arrows. Proserpina was in Sicily, at the fountain of Aretusa near Enna, where she was playing with some nymphs and collecting flowers, when Pluto came out from the volcano Etna with four black horses…

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    Proserpina – Queen of the Underworld – Crystalinks
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    From "Animated Tales of the World" a Greek Myth Story: Persephone "Only then will I make the plants blossom again. It will seem like a miracle and everything…

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