Sunday, March 30, 2008

For Dedication Of Items

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Pass item to be consecrated through the incense and say:

I dedicate this _________ for positive means. All negativity is removed from it in any time and space.

Repeat this process through the three remaining elements.

Now lay item down on top of pentacle. Place your palms about 1" over them, then form a triangular opening with your hands. Imagine a silver orb in the opening of your hands. Let it glow brighter and brighter. Raise the energy from your body and gently push it out between your hands and into the silver orb. With your mind, lower the orb onto the item and let it be encompassed. When the energy dissipates, say:

By the Will of the Lord and Lady I have dedicated this _________.
May their blessings shine upon and through it always.
By the free will of all
And with harm to none
As I will
So shall it be done.

Further reading (free e-books):

Michael Bailey - Historical Dictionary Of Witchcraft
Bylaws - Unicorn Tradition Of Wicca
Brian Swimme On Chardin - The Divinization Of The Cosmos

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A Charm For Beltaine

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Bright Fire kindled, Blazing!
Seed Springing; Love Flowing
Luck Bringing; Wight Knowing;
I keep the Feast of Bealtaine!
Mound Mother, Mead Woman, you I call
Green and Gold Goddess
Womb of All Kindreds, Lover of Heroes
Take now my offering, here at my Fire
Son of the Mother, you I call
Wonder Child; Sweet Enchanter
Harper and Singer and Heir of the Chieftain
Take now my offering here at my Fire
Beautiful Kindreds, this is your honoring
Clooties I tie in salute to your power
To bless the blossom on the branch
I tie this clout for the Kings in the Hall
I tie this clout for the Queens in the Hall
I tie this clout for all the beings of this Land
Be with me Nature Spirits, Noble People
And grant your blessing to my year.

So, all you Powers, I give you welcome at my Fire. Let your light be reflected in my spirit, let your ale flow in my veins. I raise this glass to you, and drink to your divine power. Let me know the health, wealth and wisdom of the Gods and Spirits on this holy feast of Bealtaine! So be it!

"It is best to find a flowering tree on which to tie the three clouties. The clouties can be as slight as three threads, though strips of cloth are better. These should be in three colors as you prefer. The offerings to the Deities can be oil or incense as usual."

Also try this free pdf e-books:

Israel Regardie - The Art Of True Healing
Rabbi Michael Laitman - Kabbalah For Beginners
Kelly Link - Magic For Beginners

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Friday, March 28, 2008


Eclipse Cover by emerald groves, and silver streams
a secret glade that holds all dreams
shadowy pathways and beams of light
flow on winds from greatest height
a mist from the ocean swirls around
twisting writhing, with gracious sound
a figure emerges, blessing the eye,
stands in the center and looks to the sky

gowned in white, with hair of gold,
knowing to be one for all to behold,
silver wings fold round from behind,
and a crimson thread round her fingers twined
find her through singing, meditation or prayer,
she's crafter of water, fire, earth air

and happiest she is, when joining her there,
Our lord who beams, with sunlight so fair,

No one forgets, the day that they wed,
Moon and sun meet, an eclipse is spread

By emerald groves and silver streams,
A secret glade that holds all dreams
Shadowy pathways and beams of light,
Flow on winds from greatest height.

~Cerridwen (Sara) Contributed to Lady of the Earth by the Author

Also try this free pdf e-books:

Tuesday Lobsang Rampa - Three Lives
Paul Foster Case - The Life Power
Howard Phillips Lovecraft - Celephais
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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Myths Of Northern Lands

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Book review: Myths Of Northern Lands by Helene Adeline Guerber

The aim of this handbook of Northern mythology is to familiarize the English student of letters with the religion of his heathen ancestors, and to set forth, as clearly as possible, the various myths which have exercised an influence over our customs, arts, and literature.

As Norwegians, Danes, Swedes, Icelanders, Germans, English, and French all came originally from the same stock and worshiped the same gods, so these tales formed the basis not only of their religious belief, but also of their first attempts at poetry. They are the classics of the North, and deserve as much attention at our hands as the more graceful and idyllic mythology of the South.

The most distinctive traits of the Northern mythology are a peculiar grim humor which is found in the religion of no other race, and a dark thread of tragedy which runs throughout the whole woof. These two characteristics, touching both extremes of the scale, have colored Northern thought, and have left their indelible imprint upon all our writings even to this day. The mythology of Greece and Rome, growing as spontaneous and luxuriant as the tropical vegetation, came to its full fruition and began to decay before the introduction of Christianity. But Northern mythology, of slower growth, was arrested in mid-career before it had attained its complete development.

A glossary, and complete index have been added to adapt this book for general use in libraries and public schools. Author and publishers sincerely trust that little work will be as kindly received and as well appreciated as has been the case with its predecessor, “Myths of Greece and Rome,” the first volume of this series.

Download Helene Adeline Guerber's eBook: Myths Of Northern Lands

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Friday, March 14, 2008

A Charm To Get A Lover

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"Ok, so every sorcerer needs a couple of love charms. Of course anyone who's been in the biz a while knows how difficult and confused love matters become and, like the weather, how it is often best to simply let things go the way that nature carries them. However sometimes one needs a little boost, a little taste of love, perhaps of the more carnal sort (though good conversation enhances good carnality, for some...)."

"But, 'tis spring, and this simple charm is for when you're just looking to get laid. The rather vulgar language of the charm is the traditional part, going back a long way into english-language magical history. I set it inside some nice rhymes, for modern edification. Like any bit of magic, use it wisely and watch that any results truly resemble what you're actually after - this whole matter is just full of surprises! "I give these charms as though for straight men and women - gay folks should feel free to adapt them as they may prefer..."


Take the blossom of a flower in your left hand. Bring the Underworld Power into your left hand and let it fill with your broad desires for a lover to please you (preferably "not" of a specific targeted person...). Bring the Fire into your right hand and fill it with all that you can offer a lover in pleasure. Bring your hands together and mix the powers, envisioning the sigil in the mixed Powers. As you speak the charm three times, bring your hands together and rub and crush the blossom in your palms. Mingle the fire and water with the herb, as you say:

"(for men:)"

Bee to blossom, she to me
Love I call for love's own sake
Power of land and Sky and Sea
By your might this charm I make.
I the dog, she the bitch
I the helve, she the axe
I the cock, she the hen
By the light of moon and sun,
By the Well and by the Fire
Chant the spell and be it done
This, this that I desire.

"(For women:)"

Bee to blossom, he to me
Love I call for love's own sake
Power of land and Sky and Sea
By your might this charm I make.
I the bitch, he the dog
I the axe, he the helve
I the hen, he the cock,
By the light of moon and sun,
By the Well and by the Fire
Chant the spell and be it done
This, this that I desire.

Also try this free pdf e-books:

Tuesday Lobsang Rampa - Chapters Of Life
Dom Antoine Joseph Pernety - A Treatis On The Great Art
Marian Green - A Witch Alone

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