Sunday, January 25, 2009

Arrival Of Majestic Presence

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Beloved o' mine,

arrival of Thine majestic presence in the heart-space

dims all stars, sun and moon

in cosmic-space.

all false pride give away,

all illusions return to nothingness,

my whole body and spirit

starts singing

like a single instrument string.


an indescribable bliss

in the nectar

of my being!

lo! all flowers in my garden

gather at Thine feet, O Beloved.

my eyes remain still,

nothing else in this world are worthy;

amidst my heart-space,

all i see is Glory of Thine Beauty.

O King of the infinite!

in my heart-space

blessed be Thy Presence.

(c) MysticSaint

27 June, '08

Los Angeles, CA

Inspired by Tagore's song, titled: Maharaj eki shaje, ele hridoyo puro majhe (in Bangla) [>] Download / Listen to the song here.

God declares: "Neither My heaven nor My earth could contain Me, but the pristine, humble heart of My believing servants can contain Me." - sacred saying mentioned by Al-Ghazali in Ihya Ulum al-Din.

"Truly, God has vessels from amongst the people of the earth, and the vessels of your Lord are the hearts of His righteous servants, and the most beloved of them to Him are the softest and most tender ones" - in the authority of al-Tabarani, related from Abu 'Utbah al- Khawlani.

The real abode of God is in the heart of man; when it is frozen with bitterness or hatred, the doors of the shrine are closed, the light is hidden. - Hazrat Inayat Khan

art credit: Sadiq,

titled: Heart-Space, water color on paper

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Monday, January 19, 2009

Hymn To The Sun

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Shamash was the Sun God of ancient Babylon. The prayer that follows is one of the longest and most beautiful of the hymns that have come down to us in cuneiform. I think this would make an awesome invocation, prayer, or meditation to greet the Sun as morning dawns after the longest night of the year (The Winter Solstice) You climb to the mountains surveying the earth, " suspend from the heavens the circle of the lands. " care for all the peoples of the lands, " everything that Ea, king of the counsellors, had created is entrusted to you. " has breath you shepherd without exception, " are their keeper in upper and lower regions. " and without cease you traverse the heavens, " day you pass over the broad earth.... " of that beneath, keeper of that above, ", Shamash, direct, you are the light of everything. " never fail to cross the wide expanse of sea, " depth of which the Igigi know not. ", your glare reaches down to the abyss " that monsters of the deep behold your light.... " all the Igigi there is none who toils but you, " who is supreme like you in the whole pantheon of gods. " your rising the gods of the land assemble, " fierce glare covers the land. " all the lands of varied speech, " know their plans, you scan their way. " whole of mankind bows to you, ", the universe longs for your light.... " single person is entrusted to your hands; " manage their omens; that which is perplexing you make plain. " observe, Shamash, prayer, supplication, and benediction, ", kneeling, ritual murmurs, and prostration. " feeble man calls you from the hollow of his mouth, " humble, the weak, the afflicted, the poor, " whose son is captive constantly and unceasingly confronts you. " whose family is remote, whose city is distant, " shepherd [amid) the terror of the steppe confronts you, " herdsman in warfare, the keeper of sheep among enemies. ", there confronts you the caravan, those journeying in fear, " travelling merchant, the agent who is carrying capital. ", there confronts you the fisherman with his net, " hunter, the bowman who drives the game, " his bird net the fowler confronts You. " prowling thief, the enemy of Shamash, " marauder along the tracks of the steppe confronts you. " roving dead, the vagrant soul, " confront you, Shamash, and you hear all. " do not obstruct those that confront you.... " my sake, Shamash, do not curse them! " grant revelations, Shamash, to the families of men, " harsh face and fierce light you give to them.... " heavens are not enough as the vessel into which you gaze, " sum of the lands is inadequate as a seer's bowl....... " deliver people surrounded by mighty waves, " return you receive their pure, clear libations.... " in their reverence laud the mention of you, " worship your majesty for ever.... " are the mountains not clothed with your beams? " are the regions not warmed by the brightness of your light? " of gloom, illuminator of darkness, " of darkness, illuminator of the broad earth.

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Sunday, January 11, 2009

Magic Poems

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Book: Magic Poems by John Foster

Here is a wonderful Collection of poems about every kind of magic you can think of, with zany full-colour illustrations by the inimitable Korky Paul. Poets featured include Tony Mitton, Michaela Morgan, and Jack Prelutsky. Children will love the humor that runs throughout, and the book is a great Introduction to poetry, whether at home or at school. This gifted pair work so well Together. The collection is in constant demand. If this combination of verse and illustration doesn't make you laugh out loud, then you must have missed out on the sense of humour gene.

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Thursday, January 8, 2009

Fire Blessing

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I will kindle this fire under the eyes of the Tuatha De Danann under the eyes of Brigit daughter of the Dagda, under the eyes of Aedh the bright one. Without fear, jealousy or malice of any kind to anyone under the sun, but with the light of the Goddess to protect me.

Goddess of the sun, kindle within me a fire of generosity and love to all:

To my friends, my kindred, my foes and kindle within me a fire of bravery, eloquence and generosity of truth, strength and wealth, of beauty, charm and grace, so that I may inspire with my words. May this fire be blessed in the eyes of the Ancient but ever-present Gods.

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Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Icelandic Poetry Or The Edda Of Saemund

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Book: Icelandic Poetry Or The Edda Of Saemund by Loptsson

The Poetic Edda is a collection of Old Norse poems primarily preserved in the Icelandic mediaeval manuscript Codex Regius. Along with Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, the Poetic Edda is the most important extant source on Norse Mythology and Germanic heroic legends.

Codex Regius was written in the 13th century but nothing is known of its whereabouts until 1643 when it came into the possession of Brynjolfur Sveinsson, then Bishop of Skalholt. At that time versions of the Prose Edda were well known in Iceland but scholars speculated that there once was another Edda—an Elder Edda—which contained the pagan poems which Snorri quotes in his Prose Edda. When Codex Regius was discovered, it seemed that this speculation had proven correct. Brynjolfur attributed the manuscript to Semundr the Learned, a larger-than-life 12th century Icelandic priest. While this attribution is rejected by modern scholars, the name Semundar Edda is still sometimes encountered.

Bishop Brynjolfur sent Codex Regius as a present to the Danish king, hence the name. For centuries it was stored in the Royal Library in Copenhagen but in 1971 it was returned to Iceland.

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Sunday, January 4, 2009

A Druid Breastplate

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"In response to Jason Miller's posting of the 'Breastplate of St Patrick', I thought I'd put up this Paganized version. My long-time readers will forgive me - they've seen this a lot. I use it as a general self-empowerment and protection charm. ceremonialists may notice the nod to the Bornless Ritual form in the central charge."


I gird myself with the Two Powers
The Deeps of the World's Chaos
The Height of the World's Order
And I between them, like the World Tree.
I gird myself with the power of the Magic Cauldron,
With the inspiration of the Fire of Magic,
With the love of the All-Mother
To draw all good to me.

I gird myself with the power of the Spirits -
The might of the Shining Ones,
The wisdom of the Ancestors,
The joy of the Elder Tribes,
All meet in my soul.

Today I gird myself
with the Elements of the World.
The stars behind my eyes
My thoughts the clouds
The sun my face,
Cool moonlight my mind,
My breath the wind,
The sea my blood
My hair the green bounty,
My flesh the warm soil,
Eternal stone my bones.

All the world is in me,
and I am in the world.
I gird myself
With my Goddesses' power to direct me,
With my Gods' wisdom to bear me up
Their eyes to watch over me
Their ears to hear me
Their voices to speak to me
Their hands to open my ways
Their shield to ward me
From the snares of spirits,
From peril by Land,
from peril by Sea,
from peril by Sky,
From all who wish me ill,
far or near.

Let these Powers be upon me and in me, to make me equal to any challenge, to come between me and all that threatens my body or my spirit; that I may have the wisdom of the Wise, the Love of the Loving, the Power of the Powerful; that I may be known, and with honor, in the Inner Realms. Know me, O Mighty, Noble and Shining Ones, for my name is "Power above me, Power below me,
Power on my right hand,
Power on my left hand
Power before me.
In every eye, In every ear,
In every mouth, in every heart,
My magic is established.
I gird myself with ninefold magic,
The Fire, the Well, the Tree,
The Land, the Sky, the Sea,
The Gods, the Dead, the Sidhe
Dwell with me and in me,

So be it!

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