Sunday, January 29, 2012

Prayer Services

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Potter Co. TX - Obits from Amarillo Online Newspapers 24 March 1997 Copyright,

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Cora Lee Dyer
BORGER - Cora Lee Dyer, 84, of Fritch, died Saturday, March 22, 1997.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Church of Christ of
Latter-day Saints with Franklin Jordan officiating. Burial will be at
Eastlawn in Highland Park. Arrangements are by Minton / Chatwell
Funeral Directors.

Mrs. Dyer was born in Bokchito, Okla., and was a resident of Borger
since 1941. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints.

She married Norman Leslie Dyer in 1929.

Survivors include four daughters, Clarrena Spear and LaVon Little,
both of Amarillo, Joy Cummings of Raton, N.M., and Norma Lee Leak of
Fritch; three brothers, John Dodson of Springfield, Colo., Lewis
Dodson of Amarillo and Grady Dodson of Bonham; a sister, Billie
Heineman of Farmington, N.M.; 10 grandchildren; 29
great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.

Clema Bernice Jones Forrester
BORGER - Clema Bernice Jones Forrester, 86, died Saturday, March 22,

Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Bunavista Baptist Church with
the Rev. Richard Bartel officiating. Burial will be at the Love
Section in Westlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are by Minton / Chatwell
Funeral Directors.

Mrs. Forrester was born in a half-dugout in Texas County, Okla., near
Guymon. She married G. Doyle Forrester in 1937 at Woodward, Okla.

She was preceded in death by her daughter, Carolyn Sue Lemons in 1980.

Survivors include her husband; a son, George Doyle Forrester, Jr., of
Borger; a daughter, Marilyn Ruth Edwards of Ardmore, Okla.; eight
grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

The family requests memorials be to Hospice of Panhandle or Bunavista
Baptist Church.

Leona H. Jameson
PLAINVIEW - Leona H. Jameson, 82, died Saturday, March 22, 1997.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the First Baptist Church Family
Life Chapel with Dr. Travis Hart, pastor, and the Rev. Lenard Hartley,
associate pastor of Paul-Ann Baptist Church in San Angelo,
officiating. Burial will be at Plainview Memorial Park. Arrangements
are by Lemons Funeral Home.

Mrs. Jameson was born and raised in Aiken. She attended schools in
Aiken and Lockney. She married Thomas LeRoy Jameson in 1931 at Aiken.
They moved to Plainview after their marriage. She taught school in
Petersburg for a year and was a special education teacher at
Thunderbird Elementary School in Plainview for 10 years. They moved to
Amarillo in 1943 and Burkburnett in 1969. In 1973, they returned to

She was member of the First Baptist Church and taught an adult Sunday
school class for a number of years. She was a member of the Plainview
Community Concerts, Knife and Fork Club, Retired Teachers Association
and past president of the Hale County Unit. She was also a past
president of the Woman's Club of Plainview and past president of the
Travel Study Club. She served as treasurer of the Beta Delphin Club.
She was a member of the Turf Turners Garden Club and member of the
Plainview Chapter No. 37 of the Order of the Eastern Star and was a
past worthy matron. She was currently serving as electa.

She was preceded in death by her husband in 1975 at Plainview.

Survivors include two brothers, the Rev. Lenard Hartley of San Angelo
and Edgar Hartley of Hereford.

Jean Kasher
DIMMITT - Jean Kasher, 71, of Amarillo, died Sunday, March 23, 1997.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Ivey Chapel of
Foskey-Lilley-McGill Funeral Home with Father Phillip Lindley, pastor
of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Amarillo, officiating. Burial
will be at Castro Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

Mrs. Kasher was born in Greer County, Okla. She attended schools in
Dimmitt and had worked in the Dimmitt Middle School lunchroom from
1976 until 1980. She was also a homemaker. She had lived in Dimmitt
for 50 years. She moved to Amarillo in 1980.

She married Arthur Kasher in 1953 at Clovis, N.M.

Survivors include her husband; two sons, Mike Kasher of Amarillo and
Tony Kasher of Inver Grove Heights, Minn.; a daughter, Kathy Shugart
of Groton, Conn.; two brothers, Jerry Adams of Lubbock and Claude
Adams of Carrollton, Ala.; and four grandchildren.

The family requests memorials be to St. Anthony Hospice, P.O. Box 950,
Amarillo, Texas 79176-0001 or the American Heart Association.

Walter L. Hanson
MULESHOE - Walter L. Hanson, 85, died Saturday, March 22, 1997.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Lazbuddie Methodist Church with
the Rev. Glendell in 1949 at Clovis, N.M.

Survivors include his wife; two sons, David L. Hanson of Midwest City,
Okla., and James O. Hanson of Muleshoe; three daughters, Irene
Waggoner of San Antonio, Lynne Merys of Palm Dale, Calif., and Ellaine
Calcote of Amarillo; seven grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.

The family requests memorials be to Muleshoe Public Library, 322 W.
Second, Muleshoe, Texas 79347 and the Baptist St. Anthony Hospice,
Amarillo, Texas.

Annette Marie Ingram Long
PADUCAH - Annette Marie Ingram Long, 71, Of Albuquerque, N.M., died
Friday, March 21, 1997.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the First Baptist Church with
the Rev. Sam Crosby, pastor, officiating. Burial will be at Garden of
Memories Cemetery. Arrangements are by Seigler Funeral Home.

Mrs. Long was born in Paducah and was a graduate of Paducah High
School in 1943. She married Walter Long in 1946. She was a homemaker
and a member of the New Mexico Poodle Club.

Survivors include two daughters, Vicki Long of Sandpoint, Idaho, and
Toni Stovall of Arvada, Colo.; a brother, Vernon Ingram of Torrance,
Calif.; a sister, La Verne Sanford of Albuquerque, N.M.; and three


Elvira S. Cardenas
LUBBOCK - Elvira S. Cardenas, 74, died Saturday, March 22, 1997.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Templo Bautista, 10th and Utica
Street, at Plainview with the Rev. Ed Sena, pastor of Iglesia Baptisto
Templo of Lubbock, officiating. Prayer services will be at 7 p.m.
today in Wood Dunning Funeral Home. Burial will be at Parklawn
Memorial Gardens in Plainview. Arrangements are also by Lemons Funeral

Mrs. Cardenas was born in Kaufman, and she grew up in Floresville and
Poth. She married Simon Cardenas Sr. in 1941 at Floresville. She was
preceded in death by her husband in 1994 at Plainview and by her son,
Javino Cardenas, in 1987.

They moved to Levelland in 1953 and to Happy Union in 1954. They moved
to Plainview in 1959. She had worked in the housekeeping department of
Central Plains Regional Hospital from 1979 until 1983. She moved to
Lubbock in 1991. She was a member of Iglesia Baptisto Templo in

Survivors include two daughters, Dora Ramos of Lubbock and Elvira
Villa of Rossmoor, Calif.; three sons, Simon Cardenas Jr. and Armando
Cardenas both of Lubbock, and Rey Cardenas of Amarillo; a brother,
Jose Sanchez of Lovington, N.M.; two sisters, Refugia Perez of Altus,
Okla., and Paula Estrada of Snyder; 11 grandchildren; and nine

The body will be available for viewing at the Wood Dunning Funeral
Home in Plainview until memorial services.

Mattie Tucker
MORTON - Mattie Tucker, 75, died Saturday, March 22, 1997.

Services will be at 2 p.m. today in the First Baptist Church with the
Rev. Danny Jackson, pastor, officiating. Burial will be at Morton
Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements are by Ellis Funeral Home.

Mrs. Tucker was born in Jack County. She had lived in Cochran County
since 1933, moving from Lubbock County. She graduated from Morton High
School in 1940. She married D.L. Tucker in 1940 at Muleshoe.

She was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church where she
had been a Sunday school teacher for many years. She was also a member
of the Order of the Eastern Star.

Survivors include her husband; two sons, Ernest Tucker of Lubbock and
John Tucker of Maple; a daughter, Dorothy Carlisle of Sherman; a
sister, Maxine Ares of Odessa; a brother, Jack Jones of Lubbock; six
grandchildren; and a greatgrandson.

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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Solitary Transitioning

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This specifically was created as a self-dedication to the Solitary path...A little background on me to have it make sense. The Lady gave me a kick in the butt at Samhain that if I did not go solitary and begin caring for myself, and doing my own work, I wouldn't be able to keep going...internal stuff having to do with compulsive care giving and a rather extended feeling of depression and ineffectiveness....I am 3rd degree, I am a White Horse Tribal elder, I gave up my coven and my teaching grove and started working by myself...and it was one of the best things I've ever done for myself.

I feel a little odd posting it, but enjoy.

Shadow-Facing/Solitary Ritual
by medusa

Circle casting-
Ravaged Kore, holds together by will
barren Demeter, Demeter of Tears
Hecate, Crown of Bones, Cauldron of Wisdom..
Keep thic circle safe
Keep this circle together
Keep this here, in the borders, safe,
as I cannot
Keeping it in will kill me.

Tornado and desert wind
Winds of a force to banish delusion
Winds to blow sands of denial away
Winds hot and cold, harsh and gentle
Be here.....

Forest fire, volcano
Coals and white-hot fire
Burn me, let me feel something
Burn me, down to the bones
Burn me, Warm me, Come back to me
Let me feel
Let me will again, let me Be
Be here.

Tidal Wave, hurricane, thunderstorm on my skin
Let tears come
Salve my soul or drown me,
but no more tidal pools.
No mosquito laden pools, none.
Never again.
Be here, moving water.

Bones and roots,
Steel, blood, and life
Ancient ancestors
by all that is holy
keep me from dying.
Aside from that,
I will not ask you for safety
or shelter for my soul.
Walls have done me too much harm.
Be here.


Three-faced Lady
be here for your child
be here for your broken one
be here, hold me, carry me
love me, let me know you're here.
May I never lose you again.

Lord in all your faces
hold me in your strong arms
warm me, be here for your silent one
show me paths through the underworld
into your Sun.
May I never lose you again.

(place scarf over head)
This is where I have been.
This is where I am, by my will.

(cut finger with athame, put blood on cakes)
This is my bond to myself
This is my vow to myself
This is my strength, listening to my blood.
This will be my saving,
Ingesting my inner nature.
I will face this shadow and know it.
By my Will, so mote it be.

I ask that the Lady and Lord bless me,
Keep me safe through this journey.
I dedicate myself as a solitary to this journey,
to travel this path for as long as it takes to know my destination and get there.
And keep going.
In the presence of the Mighty Ones, this I vow.
So mote it Be.

(trancing, cakes and wine, devocations, etc...I wrote in my journal during this circle, too.)

For those who would use this. It is a small piece of my soul. Please change it so it is a mirror of your soul, rather than being exactly as I've posted it.
And let me know what you think.

Blessed Be,
Walk on your Paths safely,

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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Wicca Agradecimento

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N'os do Cantinho da Bruxa agradecemos aos diversos artistas do site: pois sem eles n~ao ter'iamos as gravuras lindas deste site.Agradecemos o Livro: Wicca -A Bruxaria Moderna de onde tiramos as 'ultimas publicac~oes maravilhosas deste Blog.



A Bruxaria Moderna ou Neo-Paganismo - Por Juliana Maisonnette

"Wicca, a feiticaria moderna" de Ger'ina Dunwich

Fraz~ao, M'arcia, Revelac~oes de uma Bruxa, Betrand Brasil

Dunwich, Gerina, Wicca: A Tradic~ao Renovada, Bertrand Brasil

Beth, Rae, A Bruxa Solit'aria, Betrand Brasil

Starhawk, A Danca C'osmica das Feiticeiras, Record

Aromaterapia - Guia Pr'atico - Sheila Lavery, Editora Avatar

O Livro da Aromaterapia - Jeanne Rose

"Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Crystal, Gem and Metal Magic" (Llewellyn, 1988)

"Guia Essencial da Bruxa Solit'aria", de Scott Cunningham.

Origens de Extraordin'ario de Todos os dias Coisas, Jerry Wilson, Charles Panati, 1987; e Dr. Joseph Gahagan, Universidade de Wisconsin-Milwaukee, carta Pessoal, 1997


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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Blessing Your Morning Coffee Ritual

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In the morning, when you make your coffee, this is a great chant to chant while making it! What you'll need: a brown or white candle, ideally a coffee scented one, a coffee perculator, some coffee beans and a coffee grinder.

Light the candle. While grinding the coffee beans, chant this first verse:

"Yummy yummy coffee bean,

Fill my mug with hot caffeine.

Coffee, coffee, quickly send

Hazelnut, vanilla, chocolate blend."

If you don't have a grinder, just chant that verse over it. While putting the grinds in the machine, chant:

"Sun is rising, Great God Ra,

Your falcon wings bring me java.

Goddess Bast, your rattle shakes the grains

Of morning brew running through my veins."

While putting your sugar and cream in your favourite mug (while the coffee is brewing) chant:

"Bit of cream instead of milk,

Turns my coffee into silk.

Allow me a taste of sugar,

Without it my coffee is vulgar."

As you're mixing your coffee, chant:

"Rising sun's gift, all this caffeine,

Kitchen's percolator, supreme machine.

So Below, As Above,

This cup of coffee, I do love."

Now enjoy your perfect cup of coffee!

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Sunday, January 1, 2012

Reminiscence From A Khalwa Night

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the khalwa has begun.

in the most secluded part of night,

far removed from ordinary sight

from the house of worship,

permeating its dome

vibrations of zikr rise

towards the Throne.

the dimly lit outer room of our mosque


a quality of unknowingness.

i look outside the window facing the gardens

there to my surprise is our master's presence!

the master sits alone on the porch

in quietude of the night

leading his holy children

in recalling of Light.

upon his heart, upon his lips,

between Lord and him, goes on

ceaseless remembrance,

the sacred communion of grace.

on this blessed night

if you listened to the sound

of the caravan of khalwa,

you'd have listened only this: Allah! Allah!

(c) Sadiq Salim

jan 7, 2008

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note: during khalwa night (a sufi practice of spiritual retreat) the master (Sidi, may God sanctify his station), while zikr was going on inside the mosque, he himself sat outside, alone. i happened to seen him on such an occasion and it was a beautiful feeling to catch a glimpse of a realized master in his remembrance in solitude with God. the poem derived its inspiration from that glimpse on the night of khalwa (dec 18, 2007). alhamduli'Llah.

. khalwa means spiritual retreat, a tradition of the Prophet Muhammad and earlier Prophets. the opening of heart of Prophet Muhammad, upon him be peace, happened also during a blessed night of khalwa or spiritual retreat in a cave of Jabal e Noor (Mountain of Light) near Mecca when divine revelation (Quran) began to descend upon his heart.

. zikr is remembrance of the Divine, can be inwardly, outwardly or both.

. Allah, the unique name of God, is invoked in zikr. Sheikh Shadhili, the founder of the Shadhiliyya path specifically emphasized on the practice of louder mode of remembrance on the particular Divine name 'Allah'.

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