Love Omens

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* If you sneeze on a Thursday, you will kiss a stranger.
* If you sneeze on a Saturday, you will see your true love on the following day.
* If two lovers sneeze at the same time, it is an omen of good fortune.
* Itchy lips are a sign that you will soon be kissed.
* If the right side of your body itches, it means that your lover is thinking of you.
* An itchy nose indicates a secret admirer.

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Protection For Your Bos

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Protection For Your Book Of Shadows

This is Book is only for my eyes,
It is free from your hate and lies.
You are immune with permission granted,
If not, a hurtful seed you've planted.
With its opening, your fate you seal.
If your intentions be to steal,
Harm, destroy, curse, or hide,
With binding thread your hands be tied.
One on one and three times three,
My will be done, so mote it be!

Keith Parker, age 15

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Spell Reversal On Earnings

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In some cases magic spell is cast on the victim to victim to mount his expenses. Things start going awry due to excessive expenditures. A lot of money goes down the drain in order to repair some thing or the other, in giving loans or for treatment.

His earnings fall short and his expenditure shoots up, making him troubled. This kind of magic can be send back towards the doer also with the help of Surah Baqarah-verse no. 281.

Before doing this amal one should go through the previous posts of mine. Hisar is essential before starting the amal. (It has been mentioned in my previous posts).

And fear the Day when ye shall be brought back to Allah. Then shall every soul be paid what it earned, and none shall be dealt with unjustly.

and in the end repeat the durud shareef 11 times. The more the number of times you read this special prayer, the more will be the reversal of the black magic.

Remember me in your prayers,

Amel Soname

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Car Protection Amulet

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Items needed:

* Three and a half ounces (3 1/2 oz.) unsweetened Applesauce
* Five and a half ounces (5 1/2 oz) powdered Cinnamon, Cedar, or Sandalwood.
* Yarn or twine
* Toothpick or other inscribing instrument
* Rolling pin or straight sided glass
* Round cookie cutter or glass
* Dragon's Blood Ink and pen

The Method:

To make several Car Protection Amulets, mix the applesauce and powdered
incense together, until a thick dough is formed. (You might need a little more
or less of both items.)

Roll the dough into a ball and then flatten it with your hand. Next, use the
rolling pin to roll the dough into a half inch thickness.

Cut out the dough with a small cookie cutter, or use the rim of a glass.

Let it sit undisturbed for fifteen minutes or so to dry out slightly.

Inscribe the dough with the two symbols, one on each side. (Let it sit a few
minutes before inscribing the flip side.)

Pierce the dough to make a hole for stringing.

Let the amulet sit undisturbed until it is completely dry.

Using Dragon's Blood Ink, trace the runes.

Allow to dry completely.


Do your normal ritual preparation and start.
Lay the thoroughly dried (unstringed) amulet on your altar.

Do a protection tool dedication as your trad dictates.

When you consecrate the amulet, pass one side (slowly) over the Goddess Candle,
invoking her protection. Allow the soot from the candle to darken the amulet.

Repeat for the flip side using the God candle.

Close out the ritual as your trad dictates.

Use a soft cloth to wipe off the excess soot, allowing the soot to remain in the
inscribed runes.

String the amulet. Hang it in your car.

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The Asuri Kalpa A Witchcraft Practice Of The Atharva Veda

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Book: The Asuri Kalpa A Witchcraft Practice Of The Atharva Veda by Herbert William Magoun

The ritual literature of the Atharva-Veda, like that of the other Vedas, has attached to itself certain parifistas, or supplements. Of these, the thirty-fifth, according to the best accessible MS, is the Asurl-Kalpa, an abhicara, or Witchcraft practice, Containing rites to be used in connection with the asurl-plant. The question as to what this plant was will be discussed below. The use of the word kalpa for such a text is explained by a passage in the Atharvanlya-Paddhati, which states, on the authority of Uparvarsa,' that in addition to the five AV. kalpas—Kau9ika, Vaitana, Naksatra, ^anti, and Angirasa — which are called ' inspired,' there are certain other kalpas which are to be considered as smrti ' handed down by tradition.'

Three MSS have been consulted in preparing this paper. Two of them are copies ofjhe parifistas of the AV. ; the third is a commentary to the Asuri-Kalpa. All three are loans to Dr. Bloomfield from the British Government in India, Just here I may say that I am greatly indebted to Dr. Bloomfield for the use of these MSS, for the encouragement and assistance which he has given me, and for his kindness in looking over my work. (Herbert William Magoun)

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Attracting Romance

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If you wish to attract romance to your life, choose a night when the moon is new or full. Stand outside next to water - a stream, a well, a river, or even a garden pond.

Holding a rose or blossom from a fruit tree in your left hand, and a sweet apple cut in half in your right hand, recite the following:

Here is a rosebud pink and sweet.
Here is an apple ready to eat.
Here is a flower ready to open.
Here is an apple, true love's token.
Here is a rose seeking a thorn,
Here is a love yet to be born.
Come hands, come truth, come thorn."

Throw half the apple over your left shoulder without looking back. Stick your flower into the ground, and eat the other half of the apple.

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Suggestions For Daily Practice

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Daily practice is absolutely vital to any practicing magician. This point cannot be emphasized enough. As I've mentioned, trying to be an effective ritual magician without doing daily practices is like trying to be a professional football player without doing any sort of exercise or conditioning during the weeks between games. It just doesn't work. Unfortunately this point is hard to get across - a number of popular authors in the occult field are researchers rather than actual practitioners, and I have also met a number of magicians who reached a certain point in their practices and just stopped because they felt that they no longer needed those practices. Naturally, if you were to decide at some point that you no longer wanted to work magick, stopping your practices might be appropriate - they take time and energy that could be spent doing other things. Still, the point of learning to do magick is not that once you learn it you realize you don't need to do it. The point of learning to do magick is so that you can do magick! Otherwise it wouldn't be worth the trouble.

So that being said, what sorts of daily practice should the aspiring magician undertake? Here are some suggestions from my own practice.

* MEDITATION. If you can do nothing else, meditate. There are many different meditation techniques, and in my experience there is not that much difference between them. You should select a style or technique that appeals to you and go with it. I personally practice Tibetan Vajrayana meditation, but that is a personal preference on my part based on how my mind tends to work. I do think that Vajrayana appeals to many of the same people who find ritual magick a compelling spiritual path - it incorporates mantras and visualizations and because so much is going on in the practice there is little room for the mind to wander.
* THE LESSER BANISHING RITUAL OF THE PENTAGRAM OR EQUIVALENT. This ritual is the foundational ritual of the Golden Dawn tradition for a reason - it works. There are many rituals that are constructed along similar lines, such as Aleister Crowley's Star Ruby, Sam Webster's Milk of the Stars, and others too numerous to list here as the basic form can be adapted to just about any pantheon or set of symbols.
* THE LESSER INVOKING RITUAL OF THE HEXAGRAM OR EQUIVALENT. I have found that opening the operant field on a daily basis using the LBRP-LIRH combination is the fastest way to get noticeable results from any subsequent practice. There are also a number of LRH equivalents, such as Crowley's Star Sapphire.
* THE MIDDLE PILLAR RITUAL OR EQUIVALENT. The Middle Pillar Ritual was written by Israel Regardie and is a method by which the names of God corresponding the spheres on the middle pillar of the Tree of Life are vibrated while the magician visualizes energy of the appropriate color filling the point on the body related to each sphere. There are also equivalents to this ritual, such as Crowley's "Elevenfold Seal" which appears in "Liber V vel Reguli". As a Thelemite, I use Crowley's version which invokes the Thelemic deities rather than the Judeo-Christian names of God used in Regardie's Middle Pillar. I suspect that Regardie was thinking of the earlier Elevenfold Seal when he wrote his ritual, which would mean that the Middle Pillar is in fact a variation on Crowley's ritual rather than the other way around. Nonetheless, I give the Middle Pillar here as a "standard" because I am of the opinion that more magicians are familiar with it.

The above set of practices is completely adequate for the aspiring magician. Daily meditation practice should be done in a separate session from ceremonial practice. Ceremonial practice can consist of the three rituals shown in the order that they are given, and of course more can be added. When it comes to practice, more is usually better. Here are a couple of other pieces that I add to my own practice that may or may not be applicable to yours.

* HOLY GUARDIAN ANGEL INVOCATION. This is fairly free-form and I add it following the Animadversion. I vibrate the name of my Holy Guardian Angel and visualize celestial light raining down from above and filling my body until I can imagine it glowing from within. I then say the following benediction adapted from Crowley's Gnostic Mass:

Fill me with the Divine Light, set my True Will in motion, and bring me to the accomplishment of the Great Work, the Summum Bonum, True Wisdom and Perfect Happiness.

* THE PRAYER OF THE AEON. This is from Crowley's Mass of the Phoenix, and is not a mere parody of the Lord's Prayer as it may at first appear.

Now I begin to pray, thou child
Holy thy name and undefiled
Thy reign has come, thy will is done
Here is the bread, here is the blood
Bring me through midnight to the Sun
Save me from evil and from good
That thy one crown of all the ten
Even now and here be mine


It is a prayer of aspiration to the attainment of the sphere of Kether, the crown of the Tree of Life, in which all opposites dissolve into unity. I use the prayer as the conclusion of my practice, ending on the final vibration of AMEN.

Hopefully this will give you some idea of how to assemble your own practice. Sticking with the practice is what is really important, so you should not try to incorporate anything that doesn't appeal to you. That will only lead to you dropping the practice, which obviously is not desirable.

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All About Spells

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The spell is at the heart of folk magick. it is simply a ritual in which various tools are purposefully used, the goal is fully stated (in words, pictures or within the mind): & energy is moved to bring about the needed result.

Spells can be as simple as reciting a short chant over a fresh rose while placing it between 2 pink candles in order to draw love; forming & retaining an image of the needed result in the mind; or placing a quartz crystal in a sunny window for protection purposes.

To perform effective magick - 3 necessities must be present: The Need, the Emotion & the Knowledge.

It has been said that magick was the first religion, & that if you lovingly utilize the forces of nature to cause beneficial change, you also become one of them.

It is these powers that have been personified as Goddesses & Gods. Attuning with them is a spiritual experience & is the basic of all true religion.


Clearly state your need.

Clearly state all dimensions of your need (enduring love, rather than just love;
complete protection, rather than just physical protection; etc.

If possible, mention some of the tools that you've decided to use in the spell in your words of power or magickal rhyme. Indeed, for some spells, these words may help you to structure the entire rhyme or chant.

Use hypnotic words (those beginning with 's" or containing a "z") for psychic- awareness, love, healing spells; Use potent, strong words for protection spells.
match the words to the type of ritual you're composing.

Don't expect the words to simply flow from you. Work at it & work with them.
Your psychic mind knows what you need.


"I ask in the name of (Goddess & God or The All) that I, Morgan, be granted (state desire)...I ask that this be correct & for the good of all people. So mote it be. In no way will this spell reverse, or place upon me any curse."

"In this night & in this hour, I call upon the Ancient power. O Goddess Bride &
Consort Bright, I ask thee now to bring your light.

"I have a need that must be met. I ask thee (name of deity) that I obtain the perfect (whatever it is) for (reason)."

"I ask the Universe to lend the power of all the correct astrological correspondences so they may enter this circle now to obtain my desire."

"Therefore, I specifically draw toward myself the (desire) without affecting the free will of all & harming none."

"I now proclaim this spell is done. The (desire) is mine! In no way will this spell reverse, or place upon me any curse! As I will, so mote it be!"

"In this sacred space & time, We call now the Old Ones; the Goddess of the moon, seas & rivers; the God of the rayed Sun, of valleys & forests; Draw near us during this, our circle.


First Saturday after Full Moon or on a Full Moon; One white & One black candle for balance; Props: protective nature (amethyst, apache tears or smoky quartz)

- Say:

"One the Eve of ( ) I cast a spell & the effect I created I must now quell.
Specifically ( ) May this spell be lifted & I now be gifted Specifically with
( )


A binding spell is the act of grasping the negative energy that is propelling a person or thing & stopping it. In a way, you are negating the unhealthy energy.

The most important thing to remember when conducting a binding spell is that you must control your own violent emotions of hatred or fear. The binding spell is for protection only, not for harm. This is not easy. The Goddess to be employed is Aradia, Queen of Witches. Be sure you are honest in your intentions. Aradia's symbol is the red garter. If you desire justice call upon Maat, she who balances the scales. However, you must be sure that your own hands are free from violence
& hatred, lest she weighs the scales for you as well! Her symbol is the pure white feather.

The binding itself is a very simple matter. A poppet can be sewn to represent the malicious person. Fill it with earth (grave dirt if you can find it),
rosemary, sage, a piece of smoky quartz & a piece of amethyst. Also enclose a piece of the person's fingernails, a lock of hair, or another personal item.
Handwriting can be enclosed if you have nothing else. Photos can be used also.
If your intention at any time during the ritual is to harm that person, remember that you will only bring harm upon yourself - so be very, very careful.

If you can't do the ritual right away, store the doll (with the head still open)
in a white cloth. During the ritual, you will sew up the head while connecting a psychic link. Then you will proceed to sew arms & legs of the doll together. You will finish by wrapping the doll mummy-fashion with a black ribbon. Bury the doll when you have completed the ritual.

A person can also be bound using mental capabilities.

Placing a sample of a person's handwriting & copper tightly in an old bell jar is a way of stopping malicious gossip. When the danger is over, burn the handwriting.


* Type of Spell or Formula:

* Date & Time Made:
* Reference:
* Astrological Phase:
* Specific Purpose:
* List Of Ingredients &/or Supplies Needed:
* Specific Location Required:
* Date, Time & Astrological Phase When Used:
* Results:
* Deities Invoked During Preparation &/or Use:
* Step By Step Instructions For Preparations &/or Use:
* Additional Notes:


* Type of Ritual:
* Date & Time made:

* Moon Phase & Astrological Correspondences:
* Weather:
* Physical Health:
* Purpose of Ritual:
* Tools & Other Items Required:
* Deities Invoked:
* Approximate Length of Ritual:
* Results of Ritual:
* Ritual Composition:
* Additional Notes:

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Anglican Eucharistic Theology

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Last Revised: 12/24/05


In 1985, the St. Athanasius Roman Catholic Church in Vienna Virginia, sponsored a nationwide Gallup Poll concerning Catholic attitudes on restoring the Traditional Latin Mass. Accurate to within six percentage points, the poll indicates that 40% of Catholics in the United States favor the return of the Mass as it was celebrated before the Second Vatican Council. Translated into numbers, this means that some 20.8 million Catholics want the Traditional Latin Mass restored.

The Gallup pollsters questioned Catholics on the basis of their desires for the Traditional Latin Mass without restrictive conditions and with availability at convenient times and locations. The Gallup Organization, Inc., was commissioned to conduct a poll of Catholics in the United States to determine the following:

1) How many Catholics favor a return of the traditional Latin Mass as an alternative to the newer Novus Ordo Mass.
2} How many would attend such Masses, if they were offered at convenient times and locations.

1) "As you may be aware, Pope John Paul II has authorized the use of the older Latin Tridentine Mass, as celebrated just before the Second Vatican Council in the mid-1960's. The local bishop's permission is required and certain conditions must be met. Do you favor bringing back as an alternative to the newer Mass, the older Latin Tridentine Mass, without restrictions such as these, and celebrating it as it had been prior to the Second Vatican Council?"

1. Favor - 40% (20.8 million: 17.6 to 23.9 million)
2. Oppose - 35%
3. No opinion - 25%

2) If the older Latin Tridentine Mass were made readily available at convenient times and locations, and you were able to attend, would you do so, or not?

1. Yes - 53% (27.6 million: 24.4 to 30.7 million)
2. No - 37%
3. No opinion - 10%




Men 39 37 24
Women 40 34 26
Under 30 years 31 43 26
30-49 years 40 37 23
50 and older 49 25 26
East 35 37 28
Midwest 45 32 23
South 50 34 16
West 32 37 31




Men 51 37 12
Women 56 37 7
Under 30 years 43 43 14
30-49 years 33 40 7
50 and older 65 27 8
East 52 39 9
Midwest 58 34 9
South 56 39 5
West 56 38 18


In October 1990, the St. Augustine Center Association sponsored a Gallup Poll, called Catholics' Attitudes toward the Traditional Latin Mass. The poll revealed that, even after more than thirty years since the introduction of the Novus Ordo Worship Service:



8% of Catholics would always attend the Traditional Latin Mass
17% would frequently attend
51% would occasionally attend
Only 23% said that they would never attend.

And these are low numbers because the polling was only of Novus Ordo Catholics and did not include traditional Catholics who were already attending the Traditional Latin Mass. In spite of persecution by the Novus Ordo apparatus, this number is estimated to be approximately 1,000,000 each Sunday.

Since there are about 60,000,000 Catholics in the United States, and only about one-fifth attend services on Sunday,



again, under highly adverse conditions in which there are only about 500 Traditional Latin Masses celebrated on Sundays across the United States, by whatever sponsoring organization and the local dioceses and parishes, committed to the Novus Ordo, use every conceivable method to dissuade Catholics from attending the true Mass, especially if the Mass is celebrated outside local diocesan control.


In January 1992, the St. Augustine Center Association sponsored a second Gallup poll, called "A Gallup Survey of Catholics regarding Holy Communion."
This poll, which included telephone interviews of 519 U.S. Catholics during the period of December 10, 1991, to January 19, 1992, revealed that


namely, that at Communion they are really and truly receivng the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, under the appearance of bread and wine, which is known as the Real Presence.



1) 29% of Novus Ordo Catholics believe that when receiving Holy
Communion, they are receiving bread and wine, which symbolize the spirit and teachings of Jesus Christ, and in so doing are expressing their attachment to His Person and words. This is the heresy of Protestant John Zwingli, who taught the false doctrine that the Mass is merely a symbolic commemoration of Christ's death.

2) 24% of Novus Ordo Catholics believe that when receiving Holy
Communion, they are receiving the Body and Blood of Christ, which has become that because of their personal belief. This is the heresy of Protestant John Calvin, who taught the false doctrine that the faith of the recipient transforms the bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ.

3) 10% of Novus Ordo Catholics believe that when receiving Holy
Communion, they are receiving bread and wine, in which Jesus Christ is really and truly present. This is the heresy of Protestant Martin Luther, who taugh the false doctrine known as "consubstantiation," that the Body and Blood of Christ coexist with the elements of bread and wine during the Eucharist.

4) 8% of Novus Ordo Catholics hold some other non-Catholic belief.

5) Only 30% of Novus Ordo Catholics believe that they are really and truly receiving the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ under the appearance of Bread and Wine. This has always been the Church's dogma regarding the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist.

The Catholic Church teaches that Transubstantiation, that is, the
complete change of the bread and wine into the substance of Christ's Body and Blood, is effected by an ordained priest during the Consecration of the Mass, so that only the appearance of bread and wine remain. The Sacramental presence of Christ begins the moment of transubstantiation and remains as long as the Eucharistic species exist. This doctrine goes back to Apostolic times, and its basis is in Scripture and Tradition. The term "transubstantiation," meaning
"change of substance," was adopted by the dogmatic Fourth Lateran Ecumenical Council in 1215 to help explain the doctrine of the Real Presence.

The poll results show a terrible confusion on the part of Catholics concerning one of the most fundamental dogmata of the Church, a confusion that has actually led them into (at least material) heresy.

The poll results were presented to the U.S. Bishops at their annual conference of November 1992 at Washington, D.C. The bishops failed to take any action, but preferred to let 7 out of 10 Catholics remain in (at least material) heresy.


According primarily to Gallup Polls in various years, Sunday Mass
attendance among Catholics in the United States has sunk by 400% since Vatican II. When asked whether they had attended Mass within the past week, the following percentage of Catholics answered yes:

1958: 74%
1965: 71%, after the Mass was allowed to be said in the vulgar tongues
1968: 65%, after the very words of Consecration were changed
1969: 63%, when the Novus Ordo Worship Service was first announced
1970: 60%, when the Novus Ordo Worship Service was introduced
1971: 50%, after one year of exclusive Novus Ordo worship services
1988: 48%
1993: 25%
1995: 22%
1999: 19%, after twenty years of exclusive Novus Ordo worship services
2001: 17%

Even the Gallup Poll's numbers are challenged as high. Statistician Kirk Hadaway and a research team counted cars in the parking lot over a period of several months. His finding: Americans over-report their actual church attendance by a marked degree by almost twice as much as actual. In two separate studies on Roman Catholics, he found an even greater disparity between the numbers reported and actual attendance.


In 1981, the U.S. Bishops commissioned a study called "Converts,
Dropouts, Returnees.
" It found that


The U.S. Bishops, therefore, are fully aware that the Novus Ordo has turned away one of five Catholics, practically 6,000,000, from the church door.
Yet they dare to contend that "everybody loves the New Mass" and pay no attention to the millions of souls that they may have consigned to perdition.
No wonder Dante saw so many bishops and popes in the Inferno!

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To Avoid Divorce

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Divorce is taboo among the Romanies, so this spell is used to heal a broken marriage. It requires little more than an apple, true love, and the sheer determination to keep the marriage intact.

The advantage of this spell is that a link is already been established. The marriage simply needs reinforcement or bridging.

Buy a perfect-looking apple. If it is summer or autumn, pluck an aple yourslef; an apple right off the tree has more life force in it.

Cut the apple in half. Regard it as an auspicious omen if the seeds have not been severed with the knife, but don't worry if they have.

On a piece of clean, unused white paper write the woman's full name. Next to it, write the man's.

Cut out the names, keeping the pice of paper they are on small enough to fit between the apple halves. Then place the paper with the names between the two halves and imagine the marriage being healed.

Skewer the apple halves together with two pins, inserting the pins diagonally from right to left and from left to right.

When you position the pins, send love to your partner and ask for the love to be reciprocated.

Romanies use their campfire to bake the apple. You could place your apple in your hearth or in the oven instead, and bake until the apple appears whole. If you can get your partner to eat some of the cooked apple, so much the better.

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The Circle Within Creating A Wiccan Spiritual Tradition

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Book: The Circle Within Creating A Wiccan Spiritual Tradition by Dianne Sylvan

The Circle Within is your guide to creating a personal Spiritual Practice for daily life. The first section is a thoughtful examination of Wiccan ethics and philosophy that explores how to truly live Wicca. The second section includes devotional prayers and rituals that provide inspiration for group or solitary practice.

Topics include: cultivating an ongoing personal relationship with deity, ethics and standards of behavior, concepts of sacred space, elements of a daily practice, tuning into the Wheel of the Year and the elements, and creating meaningful personal rituals. Move beyond the basics of Wicca and enter the sacred space of the circle within.

I've never written a review for, but had to do one for this book. I came across Dianne's website some time ago & was intrigued with her way of looking at Wicca. When I found out she'd published a book, I tracked it down & was even more profoundly moved by her observations. This is a woman who will make you THINK. There are many books I've read About Witchcraft & Wicca. Plenty of info on tools, quarter calls, the gods/goddesses, etc. But I found something missing in most of them. The most basic, essential thing of all: relationship with the Divine & how it affects your life on a very basic level. There were times during this book where I had to stop & say, "YES! YES!" Cheers for Ms. Sylvan for having the heart & drive to write this book & get it out to the public.

Also, I have to say that the litergy in this book is some of the most beautiful I have ever read. The chapter titled "The Book of Moonlight" is going to be used often in my practices.

Dianne Sylvan (Austin, TX) has been a practicing Wiccan since the age of sixteen. She is co-founder and President of Blessedways, a Wiccan educational and spiritual organization based out of Central Texas. Through Blessedways she teaches classes on Wicca, the Runes, spiritual magic, and ecstatic dance.

In addition to her books, Dianne's work has appeared in Circle Magazine, NewWitch magazine, and the Llewellyn Wicca Almanac and Witches' Calendar; she has also been interviewed by the Wiccan Pagan Times. More of her articles on living Wiccan spirituality can be found on her website, Dancing Down the Moon.

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A Psalm Of Life

A Psalm Of Life Cover I feel my hand was guided to one of my special book, and the poem within, and I feel I have to share his poiynant wonderful and uplifting words of poetry with you entitled 'The Psalm of Life'

Tell me not, in mournful numbers'
"Life is but an empty dream!"
For the soul is dead that slumbers,
and things are not what they seem.
Life is real! Life is earnest!
and the grave is not its goal;
"Dust thou art, to dust returnest,"
was not spoken of the soul.
Not enjoyment, and not sorrow,
Is our destined end or way;
But to act, that each tommorow
Find us further than today
Art is long, and Time is fleeting,
And our hearts,
though stout and brave,
Still, like muffled drums are beating
Funeral marches to the grave.
In the world's broad field of battle,
In the bivouac of life,
Be not like dumb, driven cattle!
Be a hero in the strife!
Trust no future, howe'er pleasant!
Let the dead bury Past bury its dead!
Act - act in the living present!
Heart within, and God o'erhead!
Lives of great men all remind us
We can make our lives sublime,
And, in departing leave behind us
Footprints on the sands of time;-
Footprints, that perhaps another,
Sailing o'er life's solem main,
A forlorn and shipwrecked brother,
Seeing shall take heart again.
Let us then, be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate;
Still achieving, still persuing,
Learn to labour and to wait.

Also try this free pdf e-books:

Austin Osman Spare - The Focus Of Life
Tuesday Lobsang Rampa - Chapters Of Life

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Kissed By A Star

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Here is a spiritual cleansing ritual for the new moon:


A star. Not as in a movie, but as in the sky. It can be a piece of jewelry, a Yule tree decoration, a picture of a star, a crystal window ornament, a pentacle, or whatever other star you might have. If you are outdoors, or have a window with a clear view on a clear night, you have many stars to choose from.

STEP 1: place your star before you. Or, if your star is in the sky, be in a place where you can see it.

STEP 2. Get comfortable.

STEP 3. Pick one thing - just one - inside yourself that keeps you from nurturing your soul. Something you would like to cleanse away in this ritual.

STEP 4. Close your eyes. (just peek to read a step, then close your eyes to execute that step.)

STEP 5. Imagine that far out in the sky is a star that was made just for you, just to heal you. This is your own special and private healing star. Pretend that such a star exists. Even if you can't believe in this star, imagine it anyway. Pretend it's real. It does exist.

STEP 6. While imagining this star, get in touch with whatever inner block you have decided you want to be cleansed of. Feel it as much as possible.

STEP 7. Send your inner block far, far out to your special healing star. Imagine the block traveling a long, long, long way to the star.

STEP 8. Imagine the star kisses that block. This changes the block into a gift for you, but that is not part of the visualization. The gift is whatever internal attribute you need instead of the block, but you needn't know what the gift is or picture it. Let the Goddess decide what the gift is.

STEP 9. Sit quietly for a minute or two. Be open to your gift coming to you. You may feel something, you may see something, you may learn something. If you don't, that's good too; it is on it's way. Just sit in as receptive a state as you can for as long as is comfortable.

" from: Francesca de "

Recommended books (downloadable pdfs):

Correllian Times Emagazine - Issue 37 September 2009 Happy Mabon Ostara
Correllian Times Emagazine - Issue 11 August 2007

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Lucky Leaf

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The oak tree is lucky for money and health. Try to catch a falling oak leaf in autumn, before it touches the ground. Keep the leaf safely in your purse or wallet to ensure it will never be empty. If an oak leaf accidentally catches you on your person, this is very lucky and you should keep it safe. Likewise, if a bramble catches on your clothes it is considered lucky.

Recommended books (free to download):

Howard Phillips Lovecraft - The Lurking Fear
Stephen Flowers - Black Runa

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