Update on Lady Abyss and the Need for Continuing our Candle Meditation

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Gather around Brother and Sisters for us to combine our positive energy to help Lady Abyss regain her health. Lady A has been transferred to a larger hospital for additional testing to find out why her white blood cell count keeps dropping.

At 6:00 PM CT on Monday, June 18, 2018, I would like everyone to light a green or white candle or whatever color calls to you to use for this healing meditation, the size of it does not matter. I would suggest a 3 to 4-inch pillar candle so it lasts longer. After this candle burns out than empower another candle and keep up the meditation until we hear she has come home, please.

After your candle is lit stare at the base of its flame while concentrating on sending positive energy and healing to Lady Abyss. Do this meditation for a minimum of 10 minutes daily. Leave candle burn for an additional 50 minutes after your meditation. Relight it every day at the same time and meditate with it as above until the candle has completely burned down. Take the leftover wax and bury it in Mother Earth asking her to also send her positive energy and grounding to Lady Abyss.

WOTC is in the process of getting the online store, Magickal Necessities, open again the proceeds of your purchase will go towards Lady Abyss medicine that costs $768.00 per bottle once she is released from the hospital. There is a possibility that after the first bottle is paid for she could then get the additional medication at a reduced price or at no cost. Please add her getting the medicine she needs basically to live at the reduced or at no cost.

If you want to include a health God and/or Goddess to lend their power and .energy to what you are sending Lady Abyss. here is one list I found on the internet:


 List of health deities

health deity is a god or goddess in mythology or religion associated with healthhealing and wellbeing. They may also be related to childbirth or Mother Goddesses. They are a common feature of polytheistic religions.

List of health deitiesAfrican

  • AgwuIgbo god of health and divination
  • Jengu, water spirits that bring good fortune and cure disease
  • !Xu, sky god of the Bushmen of southern Africa who is invoked in illness

The rest of this list can be found by clicking on this link: Health Detities

Any questions about the meditation please email Lady Carla Beltane at covenlifescoven@gmail.com


A Pagan Blessing for the Dead

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A Pagan Blessing for the Dead

Choose four participants. One carries a rock, representing the earth, and stands to the North. One carries a feather, representing Air, and stands to the East. Another stands to the South, carrying a candle or some incense to represent Fire. A fourth can hold a cup of Water to the West — if you’re fortunate enough to hold your ritual near an ocean or river, use that to represent Water. On your altar, in the center of the circle, place a picture or some other memento of the person you are saying goodbye to.


Form a circle, and call upon the elements. Invite the powers of the four directions to come watch over you. Stand in the center and say:


Take me now, take me now
for to face the Summerlands*.
By the earth and wind and the fire and rain
I’m on my way,remember me.


Turn to the North and say:


Take me now back to the earth
from which we spring and then return.
I shall cross over, now it is my turn.
I am not afraid Remember me.


Repeat this verse, turning to each of the four directions. Substitute the different elements where appropriate.


Finally, touch each family member with your athame as you say the following:


Blood of my blood
Bone of my bone
Flesh of my flesh
Keep my soul alive
I will live on
Within your hearts
I am not afraid
Remember me


If you have ashes for the deceased, you may wish to scatter them at this time. Take a moment to reflect on the good memories you have of your departed friend or family member.


*If your particular tradition believes we go to some other place after death, feel free to substitute the appropriate place name for “Summerlands.” If you’re not sure where we end up, you can simply say “the other side.”


Patti Wigington
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