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  • Complete & Clippings of Ancient Poems, Hymns, Letters etc (Eng)
    Orphic Hymn #29. Hymn to Persephone

    Persephone, blessed daughter of great Zeus, sole offspring of Demeter, Come and accept this gracious sacrifice.

    Much-honored spouse of Plouton, discreet and life-giving, You command the gates of Hades in the bowels of the earth, Lovely-tressed, Praxidike, pure bloom of Deo, mother of the Furies, Queen of the netherworld whom Zeus sired in clandestine union.

    Mother of loud-roaring and many shaped Eubouleus, Radiant and luminous playmate of the Seasons, august, almighty, Maiden rich in fruits, you alone are beloved of mortals.

    In spring you rejoice in the meadow breezes, And you show your holy figure in shoots and green fruits.

    You were made a kidnapper's bride in the fall, And you alone are life and death to toiling mortals, O Persephone, for you always nourish all and kill them too.

    Hearken, O blessed goddess, and send forth the earth's fruits.

    You who blossom in peace, in soft-handed health,
    And in a life of plenty that ferries old age in comfort to your realm, O queen, and to that of mighty Plouton.

  • Baring the Aegis – How To Perform a Libation [Hellenismos]
    A short video by me on how I perform a libation, the poured sacrifice so often used in Hellenismos. More information on Hellenismos can be found on my blog, …

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  • 27th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Trident.
    Characteristics: Day of secret knowledge,…

    27th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Trident.
    Characteristics: Day of secret knowledge, intuition, prayers, verbal magic, meditation, exploration, search. Day of hope, faith and love. Day of travelers, mystic, healers.

    Recommendations: Day is best spent planning for the nearest future. It's possible to receive various information through intuition, explore the world from different perspective. Cleansing, water treatments (bath, sauna) are recommended.

    Precautions: Avoid falling into illusions. Beginning of a new business is not recommended. Avoid acting alone, it's a day of collective actions. Avoid alcohol, drugs.

  • Moon Day 27

    An auspicious day in all traditions. The only difference is that V…

    Moon Day 27

    An auspicious day in all traditions. The only difference is that Veda doesn't recommend travelling, whilst Globa suggests it is positive for travel, but advises against drinking alcohol.

  • Saturday — Saturn's day
    Middle English saterday
    Old English sæter(nes)dæg "Satu…

    Saturday — Saturn's day
    Middle English saterday
    Old English sæter(nes)dæg "Saturn's day"
    Latin dies Saturni "day of Saturn"
    Ancient Greek hemera Khronu "day of Cronus"

    Saturn is the Roman and Italic god of agriculture and the consort of Ops. He is believed to have ruled the earth during an age of happiness and virtue.

    Cronus (Kronos, Cronos) is the Greek god (Titan) who ruled the universe until dethroned by his son Zeus.

  • Sunrise: 6:36 AM GMT
    Sunset: 6:03 PM GMT
    Length of Day: 11h 27m
    Tomorrow will be…

    Sunrise: 6:36 AM GMT
    Sunset: 6:03 PM GMT
    Length of Day: 11h 27m
    Tomorrow will be 3m 56s longer.
    Moon Rise: 5:04 AM GMT
    Moon Set: 3:38 PM GMT
    Moon Phase: Waning Crescent 8% Illuminated
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    Eleven Things Every Witch Should Know-
    ~author unknown

    1. Magic is what happens when you open yourself to the Divine. All real magic is a manifestation of the Divine – it is how you co-create reality with deity.

    2. The Divine is within you and is everywhere present in the natural world. And everything is interconnected by this sacred energy.

    3. Wicca is not about information — it’s about transformation, so practice, practice, practice — and do it as much as possible in Nature! Witchcraft enables you to commune with divinity and to manifest your destiny, your desires and your highest and sacred self.

    4. The real ethics of how Witches live and practice magic are simple: Witches live in a sacred manner because we live in a sacred world. We therefore treat all of life with reverence and respect.

    5. Because all magic flows from our connection to the Sacred, our lives and our magic, must be guided by the sacred nature of the energy with which we work.

    6. The energy Witches work with is not neutral — it is divine love.

    7. Magic often works in unexpected way because it is not a mechanical process, and the Universe is not a machine. You are living and making magic within a divine, organic, living reality.

    8. Witches don’t command and control — they commune and co-create.

    9. The real secret of successful spellcasting, as with all of magic, is your connection to the Divine power that dwells within you, and surrounds you. And spells do work so be careful what you ask for!

    10. Nature makes the Divine tangible. By working, living, and practicing your magic in harmony with Nature, you are in harmony with the Divine.

    11. The ultimate teacher is the God/Goddess inside you and in the world of Nature all around you.

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  • The new Ostara edition is available now!
    The new Ostara edition is available now!

    /The Pooka Pages for Pagan Kids
    Elsie & Pooka's Special Place for Kids.

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    A Sioux Prayer

    Translated by Chief Yellow Lark -1887

    Oh, Great Spirit, whose voice I hear in the winds Whose breath gives life to the world, hear me I come to you as one of your many children I am small and weak I need your strength and wisdom

    May I walk in beauty Make my eyes ever behold the red and purple sunset. Make my hands respect the things you have made And my ears sharp to your voice. Make me wise so that I may know the things you have taught your children.

    The lessons you have written in every leaf and rock Make me strong——–! Not to be superior to my brothers, but to fight my greatest enemy….myself

    Make me ever ready to come to you with straight eyes, So that when life fades as the fading sunset, May my spirit come to you without shame.

    Shayla Ayn =)
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    In Shamanic understanding, all words are spells. Everything we think or say cascades into reality. When I repeat to myself the thought that I’m not that smart, or beautiful, or deserving, I’m literally cursing myself. Those thoughts go out into the world and bring me situations and outcomes that prove the thoughts. Let’s watch our words today and become aware of how words affect our bodies and our lives..

    Art by Ama Busia

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    Wicca 101: About Holy Water

    Many assume that the term "Holy Water" indicates church-based water only. This is an oversimplification of a complex concept. The Roman Catholic Church did not invent the concept of Holy Water but adopted it from earlier Pagan use. Various Pagan shrines possessed virtually identical Holy Water fonts. Holy Water is a crucial component of many magical, religious and spiritual traditions, although what constitutes Holy Water and how it's made varies greatly.

    Holy Water may refer to any one of a variety of products:
    Jordan River Water
    Church blessed water
    According to British folk tradition, rain falling on Holy Thursday – Ascention Day – may be gathered and used as Holy Water. Any other day held sacred to the spell caster may be substituted: Summer Solstice, May Eve, New Year's, Samhain, your birthday, a saint's day, etc.
    Holy Water may also be made via astrological correspondences. Some believe that waters synchronized with a lunar eclipse or a Full Moon are holy and charged with extra magical power.
    Balinese tradition uses a variety of Holy Waters. These may include the water found within unripe coconuts or young bamboo. Ocean water is sometimes used as well.
    Modern Wicca has evolved the notion of Holy Water. Various formulas exist. At it's simplest, Witch's Holy water is spring water with salt added. Different covens may have personal recipes, including infused herbs (rosemary, thyme, and vervain are particularly popular), or crystals.
    Pow-Wow also features various recipes but the mainstay is water with salt and vervain added. Christian Pow-Wow may choose church-blessed waters instead.
    Holy Water is most commonly used for:
    Cleansing and purification, both for individual bathing and for space-cleansing (sprinkle in corners).
    Altar cleansing and blessing.
    Healing spells. Holy Water is also believed capable of magically transmitting physical relief especially for headaches and tension. Use in compresses and massage.
    Cleansing and empowering materials and tools: anoint roots and crystals or let roots and minerals soak in Holy Water.
    Exorcism and banishing spells.
    Balinese Holy Water, Church-blessed Holy Water and Wiccan Holy Water (among others) are consecrated via sacred ritual: the ritual activates the water. Other magical traditions consider that the sacred, magical power of Holy Water is such that no further ritual or consecration is needed and may in fact be interference. Obtaining Holy Water may thus be as simple a gathering rainwater or adding sea salt to spring water. Complex rituals may also be designed.

    Wild Blessings
    Khaleesi Nikki
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