the festival celebrated around Sept. 21, on the Autumnal Equinox, marking the second harvest and change of Autumn toward Winter, when Nature prepares for the time to come. A time of thanks and reflection by many old new civilizations.
Old English for the singular, 'Magus' and plural, 'Magi'; meaning a wise person. Can be a term of respect for a personal with great talent in a specific branch of MAJICK; Herb Mage, Tarot Mage, etc.
the sleight of hand tricks used by illusionists ('physical' as opposed to 'psychic'); tricks;a pretense of true Majick!
used in reference to one following a system of Ceremonial or High Magic; the word 'magic' is English from the Greek 'magos', and the Persian 'magus'. The words mean a Seer or Wizard.
The spelling was changed in order to differentiate from the word - magic (pretentious physical trickery) and that of magick or majick (manipulation of energy by thought and will)!
the practice of directing the energies emitted by burning candles to create needed change.
the practice of using energy from crystals or minerals, to create needed change.
the practice of directing the energies found in herbs to create needed change.
see Athame Bolline.
(pl. magi)...pronounced MAYGUS, MYJI (as in eye). Archaic meaning: a hereditary priest of Medes or Persia. General meaning is a magician or sorcerer. Most often used to refer to one advanced in MAJICKal practice.
Traditionally linked to the Waxing Moon phase, from Imbolc to Beltane.
a word in Crystal MAJICK that refers to the base of a crystal cluster, the main 'lump' part.
is the time our clocks show as compared to TRUE SOLAR TIME.
a huge, shaped stone such as at Stonehenge.
a single standing stone, lifted into place in ancient times. Many can still be seen in England.
is a symbolic thought; a figure of speech which when said implies another, though not literally alike thing or thought.
a 'catchall' term referring to subjects of transcendental change, or New Age reality.
the festival celebrated about June 21, on the Summer Solstice. An excellent time for MAJICK and is the height of the God's (Sun) strength and power, being the longest day of the year. Also called Litha, bonfire leaping encouraged fertilty, purity, health and love. Fire being the symbol of the God. Alban Hefin Litha Sabbat; also see NOS GALON GAEOF.
Beings, Deities, or Ancient Ones - unseen Presences usually Invoked during rituals/ceremonies. Sometimes linked to the Elements.
the controlled, intellectual part of mind that does everyday work. The rational part of the mind that is acutely aware of everyday events.
the subconscious, or unconscious, mind in which we receive psychic impulses. The psychic mind is at work when we sleep, dream, and meditate.
the belief of honoring a single Divine Unity.
one of the aspects of the Triple Goddess, in this aspect She rules from Beltane to Lughnasadh.
refers to the everyday, unchanging, or ordinary; ones Mundane or 'civil' 'Name' would be their birthname; a Priest's mundane 'job' would be a carpenter.
profound, metaphysical facts which underlie life, death, the nature of the world and the universe. Such truths must be perceived not only with the intellect but with the deepest part of the subconscious as well.
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