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Psychic Self-Defense When A Loved One is Sick

Image above:  My happy Buddha and I, Christmas 2019

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A Little Folklore of Light & Shadows

We often find ourselves yearning for light and warmth during these last winter months in the northern hemisphere. We grow tired of being bundled up, of shivering, of staying indoors. Yet, if we look carefully, we begin to notice that, little by little, the light is growing. Situated in the fading of winter, the holidays celebrated on February 2nd -- Groundhog Day, Imbolc, Candlemas -- feature an interplay of shadows and light as we approach revitalization in many forms.

 

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Taking My Time

 

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IFO- Identified Flying Objects in Our Skies!

We had many retreat and bed and breakfast guests at our retreat center near Little Fort, British Columbia, Canada. My husband and I had decided instead of traveling the world, the world would come to us. Although, visitors also came from the skies from other stars and planets!

A great deal of the UFO activity near Nehalliston Canyon Retreat, my retreat center, in the BC Central Mountains, was during the summer of 1997. I loved it, and another reason for moving into the mountains had appeared as I had hints about upon arrival.

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On the Nature of Pagan Authority: A Little Lite Satire

Goddess Loves Me

 


Goddess loves me, this I know:

my high priestess tells me so.

If that's not enough for you,

Gerald Gardner says so too.

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Lunar New Year New Love Spell

If you are in a phase of your life where you wish to attract new love, try this Candle Bell Spell two days before the full moon.You will need

pink votive candle

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Horns Up!

“Horns up!” says my friend, grinning and flashing the accompanying Sign.

It's become his usual valedictory. I find this delightful.

Horns up: a polysemous—many-meaninged—greeting. Go for it! it says. Don't take any guff! it says. Forge ahead! it says.

But for witch-folk like us, it's also an invocation. And of course—so it is with witch-lore—it tells a story as well.

Because, naturally, “Horns up” implies an equal-and-opposite inverse. “The Goat Above, the Goat Below,” the Basque witches used to say at their sabbats. (No doubt they still do.) “Horns up” signs the living god, “Horns down” the dead.

And there's his story. Unlike most gods, the god of the witches dies. Being a god, of course, he doesn't stay that way, but that doesn't obviate what went before.

(How does he die? In fact, sad to say, we kill him ourselves: in love, we kill him. Witches are a tribe of deicides, which explains much of our long, sad history.)

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