Daily Archives: January 4, 2011

We All Come From the Goddes

 We All Come From the Goddes

We all come from the Goddess, and to her we shall return

Like a drop of rain flowing to the ocean.


Isis, Astrate, Diana, Hecate, Demeter, Kali, Innana!


We all come from the Horned God, and to him we shall return

Like a spark of flame rising to the heavens.


Hoof and horn, hoof and horn, all that dies shall be reborn

Corn and grain corn and grain, all that falls shall rise again!


The Goddess is alive and magick is afoot!

The Goddess is alive and magick is afoot!


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We Are Alive

We Are Alive

We are alive
as the earth is alive,
we have the power to
create our freedom.

If we have the courage, we can be healers,
Like the sun we shall rise.
If we have courage, we can be healers,
like the moon we shall rise

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We Are a Circle

We Are a Circle

We are a circle
within a circle
with no beginning
and never ending

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Wearing My Long Wing Feathers

 Wearing My Long Wing Feathers

I Circle Around, I Circle Around. The Boundaries Of The Earth

Wearing My Long Wing Feathers As I Fly. Wearing My Long Wing Feathers As I Fly

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Within Every Soul

Within Every Soul

God And Goddess Live Within Every Soul

Blessed Their Gift Blessed Are We

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Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side
which he never shows to anybody
~Mark Twain~


Moon Passage

Once long ago, humans depended upon the Moon for reckoning time, planting crops and harvesting the sea. It’s phases and it’s path through the sky were matters of concern and interest to all. Today very few people indeed are even aware, beyond a casual glance, of the Moon’s presence. In a sense the lovely silver sphere which sometimes lights our darkness is more mysterious now despite the exploration of its surface. The Moon’s curious forces continue to exert their influence over us and our planet. We and the oceans of Earth still unceasingly respond to the Moon’s magnetic appeal. As a symbol of Mystic significance, appreciated by so many ancient religious expressions, the Moon remains as potent as ever, at least to the poet, the artist and the witch.
Due to the nature of its orbit, the back of the Moon is unseen by viewers on Earth. This lends one more element of mystery to our single satellite. The Moon like the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. Unlike the sun, its size and shape continually change. Four cycles of approximately seven days each total a lunar month, which forms the basis for our present calendar system. The ancients held that the day began at nightfall, and the custom of celebrating holidays on their eve echoes the old tradition.
The slender crescent appearing soon after dark-of-the-Moon is called, obviously enough, the new Moon. It waxes, grows larger, to the first quarter visible in the sky as a half-Moon. The quarter in this instance refers to the sequence of the four phases. As the Moon waxes, its horns point to the east until it reaches full circle. The waning Moon diminishes in size, horns pointing west, until we see no Moon at all.

The times of rising and setting relate to the phases according to a definite pattern, as recorded in this old country rhyme:


A new Moon rises with the sun,
Its waxing half at midday shows.
The full Moon climbs at sunset hour,
And waning half the midnight knows.
The Witches’ Almanac, Ltd.
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Controlling Creativity Spell

Controlling Creativity Spell
January 4th, 2003
Here’s a little spell to help you get control of your creativity. Prepare your sacred space as normal, then light two yellow or red candles and call upon your muses. Mix a half cup of sand with three teaspoons vervain in a small bowl. On the sand, focus your intention of being block-free. Suffuse the sand completely with your will. Hold an obsidian stone, ring, or pendant in your cupped hands, seeing it as an empty object ready to absorb the sand’s energy. Bury the obsidian in the sand for three days. Keep the stone with you when working, taking it in hand when you feel a creative lapse.
By: Melinda Fulk, Llewelyn and GrannyMoon’s Morning Feast
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Crone’s Corner – Cafe Bavarian Mint Mix

Crone’s Corner – Cafe Bavarian Mint Mix

1/4 cup powdered non-dairy creamer
1/3 cup sugar
1/4 cup instant coffee
2 tablespoons powdered baking cocoa
2-3 hard peppermint candies, broken (you can use a candy cane too)

Courtesy of Brenda Hyde of OldFashionedLiving.com – (http://www.oldfashionedliving.com/)

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