Monthly Archives: October 2014

Happy Samhain!

Happy Samhain! Please enjoy my post for Samhain on the Womb of Light Blog and may the blessings of the ancestors be realized on this most sacred of seasons… Crackling leaves are burning Transformed from life to death The crow … Continue reading

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Sacred Altars

Oak and Willow Coven, ASW: Beltane 2014 ” As above ~ So below” The microcosm within the macrocosm When we set up sacred space to do ritual there is generally a central or main altar that is placed in the … Continue reading

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The Components of Ritual

As you move through each section of a ritual you are creating layer upon layer of replications of the elements and energies of the natural world and then taking each of these replications and refining their energetic representation as the … Continue reading

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Casting the Circle

Before we enter the space that is to hold our circle, the preparations leading up to the actual crossing of the threshhold into what will become sacred space serves to make ready for the shift in energy, dynamics and consciousness … Continue reading

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Calling the Energies of the Quarters

If you look in any book on magickal practice or on the internet and you will quite easily find all manner of prose for calling or inviting the energies of the cardinal quarters into your sacred space. The positive in … Continue reading

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Sacred Space Within Ritual

One of the reasons for creating sacred space is with the intent of using that space as a working container for magick. And, the act of ritual is honoring and celebrating the threads of energy and magickal working that are … Continue reading

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The Path

This lengthy poem was inspired after last weekend’s Climbing the Tree ritual. The Climbing the Tree weekend is hosted by the Tradition to which I belong, The Assembly of the Sacred Wheel. This is a large event requiring much planning, … Continue reading

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