The Wiccan Rede

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Bide within the Law you must, in perfect Love and perfect Trust. Live you must and let to live, fairly take and fairly give. For tread the Circle thrice about to keep unwelcome spirits out. To bind the spell well …

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Alban Elfed Stags and Cernunnos

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For the second time in the solar cycle. We stand equally between light and dark time instead of moving from darkness to light. We now move from light to dark and it is the time of the autumn Equinox, celebrated …

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What is Wicca?

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Wicca is an earth-based Spiritual path, based on reviving the ancient pagan religions of pre-Christian Europe. Wiccan’s have a strong belief in the forms and forces of nature and that the divine source exists on all planes and is both …

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Introduction to Thelem

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A Peek at History The word “thelema” originates from the Greek language (in Modern Greek “thelima”) and means “will” and “intention”. Thelema as a religious — philosophic term is first mentioned in Francois Rabelais’ Gargantua & Pantagruel (1532), an adventure …

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Mabon the autumn equinox

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Mabon – the autumn equinox is one of the eight festivals / Sabbats marked on the wheel of the year. The autumn equinox celebrates a time of balance and the harvest the name Mabon was coined by Aidan Kelly around …

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Imbolc, Imbolg or Oimelc

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Traditional starts sunset on 1st February Imbolc is a Celtic fire festival and marks the mid point between Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. Imbolc (pronounced ‘im’olk’ also known as Oimelc) comes from an Irish word that was originally thought …

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Eostre or Ostara Not Easter

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As the wheel keeps turn we move towards the vernal equinox the point where day and night are equal (give or take) and our thought turn to planting new crops for the on coming harvests. ?ostre or Ostara is as …

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