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Sigil Magick: Sigil Meditation

Sigil meditation is a form of meditation that allows an individual practitioner to draw their awareness on to a specific sigil in order to focus upon it, and to internalize it. This form of meditation will allow you to connect with a specific sigil allowing it to affect you mentally, and spiritually. This meditation is actually quite simple, all one must do […]

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Witchcraft: Ways to cleanse a room

Cleansing is the act of resetting energies back to how they were naturally. This process will remove all the energies that have stuck themselves onto an person, place, or object. In this post we will be looking over how one can go about cleansing a room, so that a practitioner could clear it of all negative energies in order to […]

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Terminology: Warlock

The word warlock also sometimes written as warluck, or warlow is commonly thought to derive from Old English word wǣrloga meaning oathbreaker, betrayer, and traitor. Wǣr meaning truth, faith, pledge, oath, covenant, truce, pact, and/or promise, and loga meaning liar, and/or breaker. Warlock was given special application to refer to the devil in 1000, which associated him with the term, […]

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Witchcraft: Athame, and Boline

The athame, and boline are ritualistic tools that have been used in many different forms of magickal practices. These magick tools originate from ceremonial magick practices which was later adopted into Wicca, Neo-wicca and Neo-paganism, along with other forms of practices. An athame is a ceremonial blade that traditionally has double edged blade, and has a black handle. It is […]

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Herbs for cursing

Nettle: To promote lust. Saffron: To promote lust. Bleeding Heart: To banishing love. Rose: To cause lust. Rose Thorns: To banishing love. Mustard Seeds: To manifest conflict. Poppy Seed: To cause harm, and associated with death. Black Pepper: To banish someone. Bittersweet: To bind, and banish someone. Asafoetida: To banish someone. Nettle: To promote lust. Saffron: To promote lust. Balmony: To promote illness. Knotweed: To bind someone. Ivy: To bind someone. Blueberry: To cause strife. […]

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Witchcraft: Metaphysical properties of tea

Dark Tea, or Fermented tea: Water, Death, Life, Health, and Longevity. Black Tea: Earth, Strength, Stability, Willpower, Prosperity, Courage, Alertness, Energy, and Banish. Green Tea: Earth, Growth, Health, Longevity, Harmony, Relaxation, Rejuvenation, Prosperity, Fulfillment, Life, Purification, and Cleansing. Yellow Tea: Fire, Prosperity, Fulfillment, Communication, Travel, Harmony, and Knowledge. Oolong Tea: Water, Reflection, Meditation, Wisdom, Serenity, Balance, Concentration, Transformation, Harmony, and Youthful. White Tea: Air, Wisdom, Communication, […]

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Terminology: What is the Left hand path, and right hand path

The left-hand path, and right-hand path is a dichotomy based around two different ways of practicing occultism, esotericism, spirituality, and religion. Many definitions of these understandings that you will find are biased towards one of the paths, because of that here I will try to clear up the meaning of these words, and provide an objective definition for both sides […]

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Witchcraft: Metaphysical properties of alcoholic drinks

Beer: Earth, Home, Family, Prosperity, and Protection. Cider: Earth, Success, Growth, health, and Love. Wine: Air, Health, Success, Prosperity, Passion, Lust, Love, Contentment, Fertility, and Independence. Mead: Earth, Courage, Connection, Love, lust, Beauty, and Protection. Sangria: Water, Happiness, and Celebrations. Absinthe: Air, Psychic, Protection, Astral Projection, Astral Travel, and Safe Travels. Gin: Earth, Health, Protection, and Binding. Rum: Water, Prosperity, relationship, Clarity, Love, Strength, and Connection. Tequila: Fire, cleansing, […]

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Terminology: Curse, Hex, and Jinx

Curse: The origin of the word curse is unknown though the earliest word that we know that it comes from is curs from late old English meaning a prayer that evil or harm befall one, or consignment of a person to an evil fate. It could also be related to the Latin word cursus, or the old French word curuz. […]

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Terminology: The Threefold Law

The threefold law also known as The rule of 3, or law of return is an ethical rule that states whatever you put out into the universe will come back to you 3 times. This rule is most oftenly held by some neo-wiccans, and neo-pagans. This understanding was originally alluded to in Gerald Gardner’s book High Magic’s Aid, but The threefold law […]

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Viadescioism: Archetypes of the Divine archetypes

Oxakna: The Godhead The All The Source The Divinity The Genderless The Observer The Unmoving Mover Damakna: The Boy The Father The Old Man The King The Priest The Anima Dasakna: The maiden The mother The crone The Queen The Priestess The Animus Madaqa: The Consciousness The Ego The Spiritual Ladaqa: The Subconsciousness The Self The Child The Mind The […]

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Energy Work: Sending Energy

Sending energy is a basic energy technique that goes through the process of releasing energy out of  your energetic body. Through this basic process you are able to release specific types of energy from your being out into the world, or into other constructs which can be very useful for other techniques such as the enchantment of objects, or the process of sending someone else […]

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Divination: Lithomancy

Lithomancy is the active divining through stones, or crystals. Lithomancy can take many forms, and because of this the practices can be very different depending upon what practitioner is doing them. It is primarily done through the casting of stones, but it can also be done through the act of inspecting the reflected light from the stones, though in this […]

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Ravens of antimony: Phonemes, and Pronunciation

LUST: Grapheme: (E) Pronunciation: [eh] IPA: /ɛ/ As the “e” in “met.” PASSION : Grapheme: (U) Pronunciation: [oo] IPA: /u/ As the “oo” in “boot.” DEVOTION: Grapheme: (Æ), or (A’) Pronunciation: [ay] IPA: /e/ As the “ay” in “may” PREJUDICE: Grapheme: (TA) Pronunciation: [tah] IPA: /tɑ/ As the “tɑ” in “taco” ANGER: Grapheme: (HA) Pronunciation: [hah] IPA: /hɑ/ As the “ho” […]