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Girl Sabrina teaches find out how to solid spells for romance, cash, own good fortune, and renewed healthiness. She additionally teaches how you can reconnect with nature and with the powers of the universe. Serving as either a starting quantity for these first exploring the non secular course, and a ebook that might convey professional witches up to the mark, Exploring Wicca supplies an outline of the numerous methods witchcraft is practiced at the present time. as well as describing the magickal arts, Exploring Wicca offers useful, hands-on recommendation (including pattern spells) for the way to make magick paintings. entire with pattern rituals for social gathering and worship, the publication comprises every little thing the seeker wishes: - rules governing the Wiccan faith. - background of Wicca and the ideals of the Celtic Druids. - diversified levels of the god and goddess. - ideas of nature and their sacred symbols. - significance of Wiccan fable and scripture.

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She was recognized as the goddess of the living earth. Rhea’s symbols include the torch, brass drum, double ax, and fruit bearing trees. The Morrigan: Celtic Triple Goddess: The Morrigan is the terrible hag goddess of Celtic legend. She bears some relationship to the Furies and Valkyries of Norse Myth. She appears as a triple goddess of battle and depicts the harsh, unrelenting warrior side of the Celtic soul. The Morrigan’s symbols include the raven, crow, battle ax, shield, and spear. When working with Wiccan goddesses, keep in mind primary characteristics: Moon Goddess represents spiritual illumination and is the essence of magic and mystery; Mother Goddess represents the sensual/nurturing side of the feminine nature and is filled with grace; and Triple Goddess exemplifies enchantment, seductiveness, and wisdom.

Demeter: Greek Earth Mother. As the goddess of vegetation, she was founder of agriculture and the civic rite of marriage. Her mysteries, called the ”Thesmophoria,” were held each April and her cult center was at Eleusis, south of Athens. Demeter’s symbols include the basket, scepter, torch, water jug, sheaf of wheat, and cow. Hecate: Greek Triple Moon Goddess. To the Greeks, Hecate was one of the oldest embodiments of the triple moon goddess. She held the power over the heavens, earth, and the underworld, where she was in control of birth, life, and death.

3. Animated Existence: Humanity, animals, birds, fish, and all living creatures great and small. Spiral of Abred Druids believed in reincarnation, as expressed in the Spiral of Abred, the circle of creation. This was the great circle on which the cycle of life moved like a wheel from birth to death and then back again. Each life allowed for more experience to be gained in order to elevate the individual’s spirit closer to its original source. The Spiral of Abred (The circle of Creation) Annwn (the circle of birth and learning) Abred (the circle of life and knowing) Gwynyd (the circle of death and wisdom) Ceugant (the unmanifested) Wiccan Roots: The C e k i c Druids 2c Belief in reincarnation or an afterlife was very important to tribal people.

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