IMAGES (symbols of the
Goddess or God):
that which is chosen by a group or individual to represent or symbolize an aspect of the divine by its appropriateness. Such objects must very personal and revered as the Goddess or the God.
Oimelc, Brigid (see Candlemas). The festival celebrated Feb. 2nd marking the first stirrings of Spring as the Goddess recovers from giving birth to the God; also called Candlemas, Lupercalia, Feast of Pan, Feast of Torches, Feast of Waxing Light, Oimelc, Brigit's Day, Snowdrop Festival, among others. Often a traditional time for self dedication or initiation.
self burning incense containing potassium nitrate, usually as a cone, block, or stick. Incense is an Air Element symbol.
a liquid produced by soaking herbs in very hot water (not boiling!); tea, brew, or potion.
INNER PLANE TRAVEL:
technique of guided imagery wherein a symbolic, archetypal tale or legend is narrated and the listener follows along with personal visualization of thoughts and imagery. This is extremely valuable since the story or myth can be experienced by the subconscious.
a term describing psychic information that unexpectedly reaches the Conscious Mind.
1) a Wiccan tradition founded in Texas
by a traditional english Wiccan High Priestess and a Qabalistic ceremonial magician.
It is Egyptian oriented, and its training and initiatory system are based on
the Qabalistic Tree of Life.
2.) a Wiccan tradition founded in Canada and consisting of a family of related covens including Isis, Artemis, Isis, Urania, and others. It is basically traditional english in its approach.
3.) a Pagan tradition founded by The Fellowship of Isis, and originating in Ireland.
I Read A Book. A factitious description of a self styled teacher of Wicca, majick or Paganism who reads one or several books of various accuracy, and decides to begin teaching without accurate knowledge, credentials or ability.
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