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  • ULTIMATE CARMEL APPLES
    I ingredients:
    1 cup water
    1 cup sugar
    1/2 cup heavy…

    ULTIMATE CARMEL APPLES
    I ingredients:
    1 cup water
    1 cup sugar
    1/2 cup heavy cream

    10 Inc.square piece of styrofoam
    6 popsicle sticks or small wooden dowels
    6 red delicious or golden apples
    3 ounces white chocolate
    3 ounces semi- sweet chocolate, Finley chopped
    1/4 cup chopped nuts.
    In heavy bottom saucepan, combine water and sugar.over low heat, stir mixture gently until sugar is completely dissolved. Increase heartily medium lowlands cook, without stirring, until mixture is a dark amber color. Remove from heatand carefully stir in heavy cream ( mixture will bubble up and soattera bit, then subside.) Set aside to cool and thicken.cover styrofoam with waxed paper to catch caramel drippings( this will be a stand fir caramel apples). Inset popsicle sticks into bottom center of apples. Dip top half of each apples into thickened caramel. Inset bottom of popsicle sticks into styrofoam, allowing apples to to stand upright so caramel runs down sides of each apple. Refrigerate to harden.meanwhile, melt white chocolate in top of double boiler above gently simmering water; stir until smooth. Transfer melted chocolate to pastry bag fitted with small writing tip.random stripes of white chocolate over each caramel apple. Repeat melting and drizzling with savory Samhaim butters

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    ULTIMATE CARMEL APPLES
    I ingredients:
    1 cup water
    1 cup sugar
    1/2 cup heavy cream
    10 Inc.square piece of styrofoam
    6 popsicle sticks or small wooden dowels
    6 red delicious or golden apples
    3 ounces white chocolate
    3 ounces semi- sweet chocolate, Finley chopped
    1/4 cup chopped nuts.
    In heavy bottom saucepan, combine water and sugar.over low heat, stir mixture gently until sugar is completely dissolved. Increase heartily medium lowlands cook, without stirring, until mixture is a dark amber color. Remove from heatand carefully stir in heavy cream ( mixture will bubble up and soattera bit, then subside.) Set aside to cool and thicken.cover styrofoam with waxed paper to catch caramel drippings( this will be a stand fir caramel apples). Inset popsicle sticks into bottom center of apples. Dip top half of each apples into thickened caramel. Inset bottom of popsicle sticks into styrofoam, allowing apples to to stand upright so caramel runs down sides of each apple. Refrigerate to harden.meanwhile, melt white chocolate in top of double boiler above gently simmering water; stir until smooth. Transfer melted chocolate to pastry bag fitted with small writing tip.random stripes of white chocolate over each caramel apple. Repeat melting and drizzling with savory Samhaim butters.

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    A Traditional Wiccan Samhain Ritual
    [This is a online of a very traditional Wiccan Samhain ritual from the late 1960s or early 1970s.]

    Preparation:
    Balefire in centre.
    Two black candles upon the altar.
    A red candle in each of the Quarters.
    A wreath of autumn flowers and the crown of the Horned One are upon the altar.

    All Conveners are properly prepared.
    All are purified and made ready.

    High Priestess erects the Circle.

    The High Priest says:

    O Gods, beloved of us all,
    bless this our Sabbat that we,
    thy humble worshippers,
    may meet in love, joy and bliss.
    Bless our rites this night
    with the presence of our departed kin.

    Facing north with arms upraised, conveners hand-linked in a semicircle behind him, the High Priest invokes the Horned One.

    High Priestess bearing a priapus wand then leads the Coven in a meeting dance, slowly, to the Witches' Rune.

    High Priest gives each an unlit candle and brings up the rear of the dance. The candles are each lit from the balefire before the outward spiral.

    When it is done the High Priestess assumes the Goddess position saying:

    Dread Lord of the Shadows, God of Life and
    Bringer of Death! Yet as the knowledge of thee is
    Death, open wide, I pray thee, the gates through
    which all must pass. Let our dear ones, who have
    gone before, return this night to make merry
    with us. And when our time comes, as it must, O
    thou the Comforter, the Consoler, the Giver of
    Peace and rest, we will enter thy realms gladly
    and unafraid; for we know that when rested and
    refreshed among our dear ones, we will be reborn
    again by thy grace, and the grace of the Lady
    Cerridwen. Let it be in the same place and the
    same time as our beloved ones, and may we meet,
    and know, and remember, and love them again!
    Descend, we pray thee, on thy High Priest and
    Servant, [Name].

    High Priestess goes to the High Priest and, with wand, draws the five-point star upon his breast and upon the crown of the Horned God. High Priest kneels and High Priestess places the crown upon his head. Fresh incense is cast into the thurible.

    High Priestess strikes the bell and High Priest says:

    Hear ye my witches,
    Welcome to our Great Sabbat.
    Welcome we the spirits
    Of our departed kin.

    High Priestess strikes bell. Witches walk slowly around the Circle.

    High Priestess fills chalice with wine and hands it to High Priest who drinks and then says:

    In humility, as the Horned One asks,
    I bid my witches drink.

    High Priest takes chalice to first witch, giving it with his right hand whilst taking the taper with his left (kiss), then extinguishing the taper before accepting back the chalice. Repeat with each witch present. High Priest then says:

    Listen, my witches, to the words of the Horned
    One, Drink, dance and be merry in the presence
    of the Old Gods and the spirits of our departed kin.

    Conveners partake of cakes and wine.
    Dances and games follow closing of Circle.

    Great Rite if at all possible by High Priestess and High Priest if no other.
    Merry meet, merry part. (In the symbolic version the High Priest plunges the athame, or ritual knife (the male symbol), into a cup or chalice (the female symbol) which is filled with wine and is held by the High Priestess. The Great Rite symbolizes creation in the union of the Maiden Goddess with the Lover God, and thus is also known as a fertility rite.) A variety of ritual occasions call for the Great Rite to be performed, such as during the festival of Beltane on or about May 1 in the northern hemisphere and Samhain on or about November 1 in the southern hemisphere

    Notes
    There are plenty of published Samhain rituals, containing at least some of these elements. This is from What Witches Do by Stewart Farrar, fleshed out from Lady Sheba's Book of Shadows.

    Shared by Lady Abigail

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    The month of Pyanepsion is renowned for the offerings to Demeter to honour the coming of the ploughing season.

    On the sixth of this lunar month an ancient festival was celebrated, known as the Proerosia in which a great pomp was held in Demeter's honour, with an offering of the first grains of the seasonal harvest.

    "The time of Ceres’ festival had come, in duty kept by mothers every year, when, robed in white, they bring their first fruit gifts of wheat in garlands, and for nine nights count love and the touch of men forbidden things." – Ovid, Metamorphoses 10.431

  • The Jack ‘o’ Lantern is a symbol, which has strong association with Halloween an…
    The Jack ‘o’ Lantern is a symbol, which has strong association with Halloween and it is in common lore that we get the mythical character “Stingy Jack” who the Jack o lantern is accredited to.
    The tale of “Stingy Jack”
    Centuries ago in Ireland. There was a man who was known for being a drunkard, a manipulator, a liar . The worst of all society, and this man was known as Jack the Smith or Stingy Jack.

    http://www.cybercauldron.co.uk/the-legend-of-jack-of-the-lantern
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  • These fun apple heads are great to make with children and make an interesting Sa…
    These fun apple heads are great to make with children and make an interesting Samhain decoration and they are very simple to do.
    This craft originated in the USA and has been used to make dolls for Halloween celebration. The fun thing about shrunken apple heads you never know how they will turn out until they are completely dry.

    http://www.cybercauldron.co.uk/carved-apple-heads
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  • Death is one of the most feared aspects of human existence and also inevitable….
    Death is one of the most feared aspects of human existence and also inevitable. Every religious belief will have an aspect of rebirth or at least a sort of life after death. Whether that is a simple, your go to heaven or hell, the Elysian Fields; or Tartarus or more in-depth beliefs such as Karma and reincarnated, these are personal viewpoints and all are valid and part of your own mythologies reinforced by your beliefs and understandings.

    http://www.cybercauldron.co.uk/goddesss-of-death-and-rebirth
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    Maiden, Mother, Crone
    As the Maiden, our Lady laughs and sings
    To many hearts, joy she brings
    She is full of life, and sings and dances
    Twirls and jumps and lightly prances
    Carefree, her beauty flows and spills
    Upon the earth, our souls it fills
    Silver stars shimmer and shine
    To show the way to the Divine
    From Maiden to Mother she becomes
    As the flower blossoms from bud to bloom
    Beautiful as a Silver Rose is she
    As she weaves her web for you and me
    As the Mother, she brings us stability
    And the love and protection of family
    She is with child, glowing and free
    Her beauty shines down for all to see
    As the wheel turns Her wisdoms grown
    From the loving Mother to the loving Crone
    She nurtures, protects and watches over us
    Her love abounds in perfect trust

    Blessed Be

    )0(

    Lady Jhyenan Hps/SAD

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    Today, the lunar cycle rings us the second day of the month.

    On such a time, Hellenists honour their household Agathos daimon (ἀγαθὸς δαίμων – Noble Spirit).

    image of the side of a bronze coin from Thrace depicting a serpentine Agatho Daimon, quadruple-coiled

  • Welcome to Wodin’s day as I took my morning walk between down pours I look up at…
    Welcome to Wodin’s day as I took my morning walk between down pours I look up at the clouds and saw several signs or symbols in the cloud structure, the face of Zeus, a Cherub, lovers in an embrace a pig and a feather, and I was reminded that those that know the Goddess and Gods know they do not write things down they send personal messages which are open to interpretation and sometime we may see the things we want to see not what we should see. So today may the goddess un-shield your eyes so you may see what you need to see so your path widens and lengthens and as it grow so do Brightest Blessings Draco )o(/|\

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  • Wednesday — Woden's day
    Middle English wodnesday, wednesday, or wednesdai
    Old E…

    Wednesday — Woden's day
    Middle English wodnesday, wednesday, or wednesdai
    Old English wodnesdæg "Woden's day"
    Latin dies Mercurii "day of Mercury"
    Ancient Greek hemera Hermu "day of Hermes"

    Woden is the chief Anglo-Saxon/Teutonic god. Woden is the leader of the Wild Hunt. Woden is from wod "violently insane" + -en "headship". He is identified with the Norse Odin.

    Mercury is the Roman god of commerce, travel, theivery, eloquence and science. He is the messenger of the other gods.

    Hermes is the Greek god of commerce, invention, cunning, and theft. He is the messenger and herald of the other gods. He serves as patron of travelers and rogues, and as the conductor of the dead to Hades.

  • 3rd Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Tiger, Leopard.
    Characteristics: Day of aggression…

    3rd Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Tiger, Leopard.
    Characteristics: Day of aggression and active struggle, fight for beliefs and interests. Day of beginning of realization of plans, when nothing can stop us, and we have enough energy to overcome any obstacle.

    Recommendations: It is necessary to concentrate, and use astral energy for self-defense, and work with all bio-energies. Physical activity, big, intensive training routine is recommended. Best day for practicing martial arts. Sauna or bath is recommended.

    Precautions: Passivity should be avoided, and is dangerous. Time to act, but it is not going to be without difficulties. Successful will be something you truly believe in.

  • Moon Day 3

    Different traditions give contradictory interpretations of this day…

    Moon Day 3

    Different traditions give contradictory interpretations of this day. The Vedic tradition recommends getting actively involved in an occupation, and Avesta even stresses being aggressive. Yet the European tradition states that the day is inauspicious and nothing important should be undertaken.

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