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    Peacocks Symbolism & Totem

    The Peacock is representative of glory, immortality, royalty, and incorruptibility. It is a possessor of some of the most admired human characteristics, and is a symbol of integrity and the beauty that can be achieved when we endeavor to better ourselves and better our lives.

    In history, myth, legend & lore, the peacock is considered an emblem of protection, nobility, watchfulness, guidance, and holiness.

    In Greco-Roman mythology the Peacock is identified with Hera (Juno) who created the peacock from Argus whose hundred eyes symbolize the vault of heaven and the “eyes” of the stars who watch all life unfolding.

    In Hinduism the peacock is associated with Lakshmi who is a deity representing benevolence, patience, kindness, compassion and luck.

    Similar to Lakshmi, the peacock is associated with Kwan-yin in Japan – she is also an emblem of love, compassionate watchfulness, good-will, nurturing, and kind-heartedness. Kwan-yin chose to remain a mortal even though she could be immortal because she wished to stay behind and aid humanity in their spiritual evolution.

    In Babylonia and Persia the peacock is seen as a guardian to royalty, and is often seen in engravings upon the thrones of royalty.

    Thousands of years later the peacock was use in christianity to represents the “all-seeing” church and the holiness & sanctity associated with it. Also believed to represents resurrection, renewal and immortality within teachings of christianity.

    Peacock Tattoo: I found this interesting for those who like tattoos. A Peacock Tattoo symbolizes foresight and your ability to perceive the good in every element. Thus, the wearer would depict them self as someone who is foresighted and optimistic about life. It is also an emblem of moral refinement, kindness, compassion, and love.

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  • Pumpkin Pile – Hundreds of Free Halloween Pumpkin Carving Patterns and Stencils
    Pumpkin Pile – Hundreds of Free Halloween Pumpkin Carving Patterns and Stencils

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    Tha Goddess that rules today is Meme, The Ugandan creatrix of life, Meme was also the first woman of the region. In Her human form She taught shamans the art of healing, and She continues to be called upon to aid in all matters of health and well-being.
    The Misisi Beer Festival in Uganda takes place right after the millet harvest, with a plethora of beer, plantain, bullock and chicken. Any of these foods can be added to your diet today in thankfulness for Meme’s providence.
    Follow Ugandan custom and join with your family or friends. The eldest member of the gathering should pour a libation to the ground in Meme’s name and then offer the rest to those gathered. This mini-ritual ensures long life and unity for everyone. It also ensures a good harvest the next year (of a literal or figurative nature).
    To inspire Meme’s health or request her aid in overcoming a specific fall malady, carry a corn kernel with you today, and consume corn during your dinner meal. Bless the corn beforehand to ingest this Goddess’s vitality.
    Alternatively, take a small bowl of beer and place a finger into it. Channel your negativity and illness into the beer (visualize this as dark, muddy water leaving your body), then pour it out to disperse that negative energy and give it into the Goddess’s care.Her gemstone is the red tigers eye.

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    Goddess Nike – Goddess of Victory

    Nike is the Greek virgin goddess of Victory. She is the daughter of Pallas (the younger Titan-the god of battle) and the goddess Styx (the Underworld River of Hatred, Hades). Styx had sent her daughter Nike to the god Zeus as an ally to fight against the Titans.

    Originally Nike was intertwined with the identity of Athena. She essentially was Athena without wings. Gradually Nike became a separate goddess representing victory, a goddess with wings. Often Athena and Zeus are seen carrying small figures of Nike, indicating that she is an attribute of both of them.

    Her physical persona of a winged goddess of victory arose from a gradual development of several associations. These associations were, life’s need for air, airborne birds with the spirit of life, a winged flight was a victory over death and eventually Victory itself.

    Nike has been depicted carrying a palm branch, a wreath or a caduceus of Hermes (a staff with two entwined snakes and two wings at the top). She is often seen erecting a trophy or recording a victory on a shield, as well as hovering with outspread wings over the victor in competitions. She became known as the mediator of success between the gods and men, not only in war but in all kinds of human undertakings.

    "O' powerful Nike, by men desired, with adverse breasts to dreadful fury fired,
    Thee I invoke, whose might alone can quell contending rage and molestation fell.
    ‘Tis thine in battle to confer the crown, the victor’s prize, the mark of sweet renown;
    For thou rulest all things, Nike divine! And glorious strife, and joyful shouts are thine.
    Come, mighty Goddess, and thy suppliant bless, with sparkling eyes, elated with success;
    May deeds illustrious thy protection claim, and find, led on by thee, immortal fame!"
    – The Orphic Hymn XXXIII: To Nike

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    It begins tonight! The Orionids meteor shower can be seen around the globe, starting tonight and into the morning hours, in addition to tomorrow night. We expect between 15 to 25 meteors per hour under perfect conditions (far away from city lights, high altitudes, and no cloud cover). This meteor shower is named after the constellation Orion (the hunter), because its radiant (the point in the sky where meteors appear to come from) appears to be within this constellation. Feel free to share! How is the weather holding up in your part of the world? :-)

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    Magick is a gift that not all can see, but for those who can…blessed are we. ~Lady Abigail~

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  • Good morning everyone I hope your enjoying your weekend I must say that in the 2…
    Good morning everyone I hope your enjoying your weekend I must say that in the 2 + years this page has been up I never had to ban or block any member until today this page is designed to share information and humour some posts do create debate but never conflict I do not mind page members posting information but I will not stand for anti female / male, offensive post, hate mongering or none pagan related posts on this page from any member. Now I have had my little rant may you all have a lovely Sunday and remember that kind words travel further and create new kindness in their wake while harsh words cut deep creating scars on their victim so be wise with words choose them well brightest Blessings Draco )o(/|\
  • 7th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Scepter, Compass.
    Characteristics: Day is connected…

    7th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Scepter, Compass.
    Characteristics: Day is connected with deeper use of prayers, mantras, verbal magic, and work with spirits and elements of nature. Day when prayers have the magic power of faith. Everything we say, and wish to ourselves and others, has potential to become reality.

    Recommendations: Today the surrounding us nature is very receptive to what we say, even unintentionally, and we have to work with our verbal skills. Sincere prayers and good wishes will come true. Day is great for practicing yogic asanas (physical exercise), and doing work with our hands.

    Precautions: Provocative day, be very careful what you say and wish. Important to avoid lying, it's better to keep silence, than to speak lies. Speak less, avoid idle chatter, empty promises, use of meaningless and repetitive words. Protect your lungs and be careful not to catch cold.

  • Moon Day 7

    On the whole, an auspicious day. It is a good day for starting a jo…

    Moon Day 7

    On the whole, an auspicious day. It is a good day for starting a journey, and for everything to do with transport and vehicles. It is also good for surgery and medical treatment, for physical exercise and for everything which can be finished quickly. However, beware of telling others something you didn't really mean to tell them on this day.

  • Sunday — Sun's day
    Middle English sone(n)day or sun(nen)day
    Old English sunnand…

    Sunday — Sun's day
    Middle English sone(n)day or sun(nen)day
    Old English sunnandęg "day of the sun"
    Germanic sunnon-dagaz "day of the sun"
    Latin dies solis "day of the sun"
    Ancient Greek hemera heli(o)u, "day of the sun"
  • Sunrise: 7:43 AM BST
    Sunset: 6:04 PM BST
    Length of Day: 10h 20m
    Tomorrow wi…

    Sunrise: 7:43 AM BST
    Sunset: 6:04 PM BST
    Length of Day: 10h 20m
    Tomorrow will be 3m 41s shorter.
    Moon Rise: 2:09 PM BST
    Moon Set: 11:29 PM BST
    Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent 41% Illuminated

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