Spiritual Poem Page 7

Spiritual Poem Page 7
Spiritual Poem Page 7
Poems to calm and heal

How Firm a Foundation

How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord,
Is laid for your faith in His excellent Word!
What more can He say than to you He hath said,
You, who unto Jesus for refuge have fled?
In every condition, in sickness, in health;
In poverty’s vale, or abounding in wealth;
At home and abroad, on the land, on the sea,
As thy days may demand, shall thy strength ever be.
Fear not, I am with thee, O be not dismayed,
For I am thy God and will still give thee aid;
I’ll strengthen and help thee, and cause thee to stand
Upheld by My righteous, omnipotent hand.
When through the deep waters I call thee to go,
The rivers of woe shall not thee overflow;
For I will be with thee, thy troubles to bless,
And sanctify to thee thy deepest distress.
When through fiery trials thy pathways shall lie,
My grace, all sufficient, shall be thy supply;
The flame shall not hurt thee; I only design
Thy dross to consume, and thy gold to refine.
Even down to old age all My people shall prove
My sovereign, eternal, unchangeable love;
And when hoary hairs shall their temples adorn,
Like lambs they shall still in My bosom be borne.
The soul that on Jesus has leaned for repose,
I will not, I will not desert to its foes;
That soul, though all hell should endeavour to shake,
I’ll never, no never, no never forsake.


How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place

How lovely is Thy dwelling place,
O Lord of hosts to me!
The tabernacles of Thy grace
How pleasant, Lord, they be!
My thirsty soul longs ardently,
Yes, faints Thy courts to see;
My very heart and flesh cry out,
O living God, for Thee.
Behold the sparrow findeth out
A house wherein to rest;
The swallow also, for herself,
Provided hath a nest.
Ee’n Thine own altars, where she safe
Her young ones forth may bring,
O Thou, almighty Lord of hosts,
Who art my God and King.
Blest are they in Thy house that dwell,
They ever give Thee praise,
Blest is the man whose strength Thou art,
In whose heart are Thy ways.


I Joy’d When to the House of God

I joy’d when to the house of God,
Go up, they said to me.
Jerusalem, within thy gates
our feet shall standing be.
Jerus’lem, as a city, is
compactly built together:
Unto that place the tribes go up,
the tribes of God go thither:
To Israel’s testimony, there
to God’s name thanks to pay.
For thrones of judgment, even the thrones
of David’s house, there stay.
Pray that Jerusalem may have
peace and felicity:
Let them that love thee and thy peace
have still prosperity.
Therefore I wish that peace may still
within thy walls remain,
And ever may thy palaces
prosperity retain.
Now, for my friends’ and brethren’s sakes,
Peace be in thee, I’ll say.
And for the house of God our Lord,
I’ll seek thy good always.


I Sought the Lord, And Afterward I Knew

I sought the Lord, and afterward I knew
he moved my soul to seek him, seeking me;
it was not I that found, O Saviour true;
no, I was found of thee.
Thou didst reach forth thy hand and mine enfold;
I walked and sank not on the storm-vexed sea;
’twas not so much that I on thee took hold,
as thou, dear Lord, on me.
I find, I walk, I love, but oh, the whole
of love is but my answer, Lord, to thee;
for thou wert long beforehand with my soul,
always thou lovedst me.


In Sweet Communion

In sweet communion, Lord, with Thee
I constantly abide;
My hand Thou holdest in Thine own
To keep me near Thy side.
Thy counsel through my earthly way
Shall guide me and control,
And then to glory afterward
Thou wilt receive my soul.
Whom have I, Lord, in heaven but Thee,
To whom my thoughts aspire?
And having Thee, on earth is naught
That I can yet endure.
Though flesh and heart should faint and fail,
The Lord will ever be
The strength and portion of my heart,
My God eternally.
To live apart from God is death,
‘Tis good His face to seek;
My refuge is the living God,
His praise I long to speak.


Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee

Jesus, the very thought of Thee
With sweetness fills the breast;
But sweeter far Thy face to see,
And in Thy presence rest.
Nor voice can sing, nor heart can frame,
Nor can the memory find
A sweeter sound than Thy blest Name,
O Saviour of mankind!
O hope of every contrite heart,
O joy of all the meek,
To those who fall, how kind Thou art!
How good to those who seek!
But what to those who find? Ah, this
Nor tongue nor pen can show;
The love of Jesus, what it is,
None but His loved ones know.
Jesus, our only joy be Thou,
As Thou our prize will be;
Jesus be Thou our glory now,
And through eternity.
O Jesus, King most wonderful
Thou Conqueror renowned,
Thou sweetness most ineffable
In Whom all joys are found!
When once Thou visitest the heart,
Then truth begins to shine,
Then earthly vanities depart,
Then kindles love divine.
O Jesus, light of all below,
Thou fount of living fire,
Surpassing all the joys we know,
And all we can desire.
Jesus, may all confess Thy Name,
Thy wondrous love adore,
And, seeking Thee, themselves inflame
To seek Thee more and more.
Thee, Jesus, may our voices bless,
Thee may we love alone,
And ever in our lives express
The image of Thine own.
O Jesus, Thou the beauty art
Of angel worlds above;
Thy Name is music to the heart,
Inflaming it with love.
Celestial Sweetness unalloyed,
Who eat Thee hunger still;
Who drink of Thee still feel a void
Which only Thou canst fill.
O most sweet Jesus, hear the sighs
Which unto Thee we send;
To Thee our inmost spirit cries;
To Thee our prayers ascend.
Abide with us, and let Thy light
Shine, Lord, on every heart;
Dispel the darkness of our night;
And joy to all impart.
Jesus, our love and joy to Thee,
The virgin’s holy Son,
All might and praise and glory be,
While endless ages run.


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Thought for the day

 

The perpetuation of a person’s spiritual life is the becoming, the growing of his self. Thus, if there is no growing of his self, there is no perpetuation of his spiritual life and, consequently, only death of it.


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Hand fasting Ceremony 3

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To begin:

REV: You have been invited today to witness an echo of creation. Hear well, see all, and remember for all time. You shall carry this promise back to the world that it may be given force before man and spirit. Blessed welcome!

Start the chosen music for the ceremony.

Attendant Procession

Rev hands unlit taper to primary female attendant (Maid or Matron of Honour).

REV: Be Blessed and well come to this place. Be free from care and healed of harm while you sojourn here.

Rev hands unlit taper to primary male attendant (Best Man).

REV: Be Blessed and well come to this place. Be free from care and healed of harm while you sojourn here.

Start chosen music once more

Bride and Groom walk down aisle together, holding hands followed by a child carrying hanging incense burner.

REV: Be Blessed and well come to this place. Be free from care and healed of harm while you sojourn here. Well come all, and thrice blessed this place and time that see’s two travellers find a common road.

REV: In the endless dark of the unborn world there came two flames becoming one fire. Let Their flames burn in your hearts to bring light and warmth to the night of your soul

Bride and Groom shall light their tapers from the respective altar candles

REV: As travellers do we set forth into the forest of life. We are called into its reaches by the promise that there we will find peace and completion. With no map to guide us we wander blindly, sometimes aimlessly, with intuition and faith alone to serve as signposts. Travelers are we all.
We proceed from birth to death. From birth to death till some hidden time when we have gained understanding to choose otherwise. With only instinct to guide us we are cast at the edge of the forest by our birth. We may withdraw in fear seeking company at the massed fires of those that prefer the known empty plains to the dark and wild wood. Or we may wander aimlessly spending
life for naught. We may journey forward into it following our native sense.

Occasionally are we given to meet others, also tracking the wild paths. In their company do we find a moments pleasure…company and conversation. In time our paths diverge and they are called to their way and we to ours. Once again, do we move forward alone towards the distant call so faintly
heard…the far-off vision so dimly seen. But chance may find that upon the passing of a stranger we find our ways the same and the company a pleasure.
If fate is kind we may find company to join us upon our way. The journey shared. __Bride’s Name__ and __Groom’s Name__ have found each other in the dark reaches of the wild wood. Through each other’s eyes do both see their vision more clearly, with each other’s ears do they hear the call more plainly.

REV: You have been invited today to witness an echo of creation. Hear well, see all, and remember for all time. You shall carry this promise back to the world that it may be given force before man and spirit. Blessed welcome!

Start chosen music once again

Attendant Procession

Rev hands unlit taper to primary female attendant (Maid or Matron of Honour).

REV: Be Blessed and well come to this place. Be free from care and healed of harm while you sojourn here.

Rev hands unlit taper to primary male attendant (Best Man).

REV: Be Blessed and well come to this place. Be free from care and healed of harm while you sojourn here.

Start chosen music once again

Bride and Groom walk down aisle together, holding hands followed by a child carrying hanging incense burner.

REV: Be Blessed and well come to this place. Be free from care and healed of harm while you sojourn here. Well come all, and thrice blessed this place and time that see’s two travellers find a common road.

REV: In the endless dark of the unborn world there came two flames becoming one fire. Let Their flames burn in your hearts to bring light and warmth to the night of your soul

Bride and Groom shall light their tapers from the respective altar candles

REV: As travellers do we set forth into the forest of life. We are called into its reaches by the promise that there we will find peace and completion. With no map to guide us we wander blindly, sometimes aimlessly, with intuition and faith alone to serve as signposts. Travelers are we all.
We proceed from birth to death. From birth to death till some hidden time when we have gained understanding to choose otherwise. With only instinct to guide us we are cast at the edge of the forest by our birth. We may withdraw in fear seeking company at the massed fires of those that prefer the known empty plains to the dark and wild wood. Or we may wander aimlessly spending life for naught. We may journey forward into it following our native sense.
Occasionally are we given to meet others, also tracking the wild paths. In their company do we find a moments pleasure…company and conversation. In time our paths diverge and they are called to their way and we to ours. Once again, do we move forward alone towards the distant call so faintly heard…the far-off vision so dimly seen. But chance may find that upon the passing of a stranger we find our ways the same and the company a pleasure.
If fate is kind we may find company to join us upon our way. The journey shared. __Bride’s Name__ and __Groom’s Name__ have found each other in the dark reaches of the wild wood. Through each other’s eyes do both see their vision more clearly, with each other’s ears do they hear the call more plainly, and in each others arms do they find greater strength than either alone possesses. For as far as they can see their path is one…so too have they elected to be one.

REV: Let the fires within you intertwine and become a single source of light upon your path.

Bride and Groom light the unity candle

REV: They will now allow their hearts to speak.

Bride and Groom turn to each other

GROOM: __Bride’s Name__ you have embraced all aspects of my nature. You love me completely, for both my strengths and my weaknesses. You have given me the courage and faith to trust you, to let you love me as an entire person. You have allowed me to embrace all aspects of your nature. You have let me love you completely, for both your strengths and your weaknesses. You have shown courage and faith in me, to trust me to love you as an entire person. I, __Groom’s Name__, with the knowledge and experience of the life we’ve lived together choose to take you once again, __Bride’s Name__, just as you are, and however you may change, above all others, to share my life.”

BRIDE: __Groom’s Name__ you have embraced all aspects of my nature. You love me completely, for both my strengths and my weaknesses.
You have given me the courage and faith to trust you, to let you love me as an entire person. You have allowed me to embrace all aspects of your nature.
You have let me love you completely, for both your strengths and your weaknesses.
You have shown courage and faith in me, to trust me to love you as an entire person.
I, __Bride’s Name__, with the knowledge and experience of the life we’ve lived together choose to take you once again, __Groom’s Name__, just as you are, and however you may change, above all others, to share my life.”

GROOM:(Takes cup from altar & kneels) With this cup, I promise to accept the love you pour upon me, and to return that love in kind. (Bride takes pitcher and fills cup)
BRIDE: Drink, then, of my love. (Groom drinks, places cup on table, and rises, Bride takes up her cup and kneels)
BRIDE: With this cup, I promise to accept the love you pour upon me, and to return that love in kind. (Groom takes pitcher and fills cup)
GROOM: Drink, then, of my love. (Bride drinks, places cup on table, and stands)

GROOM: With my breath I ask our God/Goddess to bless this union. (Takes cup from table and speaks over it) With this drink I rebind my life to yours. (Groom holds cup up, Bride places her hands over his)
BRIDE: I drink of our life together. (Bride drinks, Groom places cup on table and stands. “With this cup I ask our God/Goddess (or both if you prefer) to bless this union. (Takes cup from table and speaks over it) With this drink I rebind my life to yours. (Bride holds cup up, Groom places his hands over hers)
GROOM: I drink of our life together. (Groom drinks, Bride returns cup to the
table)

Bride and Groom place hands on altar, Rev binds with silken cord

REV: May your spirits be bound, your minds be common, and your bodies be one that none may come between you so long as your path is shared.

REV: Behold, the renewed, going forth as one. May their path be clear and easy beneath their feet. Go forth and celebrate.

Play music of choice to end ceremony.


Thought-for-the-day

Thought for the day

 

Gardeners and farmers express their detestation of earth worms, and yet even worms have a mission which gardeners and farmers fail to comprehend.


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Eight Sabbat Treguenda Or Witch Meeting

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Eight Sabbat in the following ritual is carried out on the Sabbat

Here follows the supper, of what it must consist, and what shall be said and done to consecrate it to Diana.

You shall take meal and salt, honey and water, and make this incantation:

I conjure thee, O Meal!
Who art indeed our body, since without thee
We could not live, thou who (at first as seed)
Before becoming flower went in the earth,
Where all deep secrets hide, and then when ground
Didst dance like dust in the wind, and yet meanwhile
Didst bear with thee in flitting, secrets strange!

And yet erewhile, when thou were in the ear,
Even as a (golden) glittering grain, even then
The fireflies came to cast on thee their light
And aid thy growth, because without their help
Thou couldst not grow nor beautiful become;
Therefore thou dost belong unto the race
Of witches or of fairies, and because
The fireflies do belong unto the sun…

Queen of the fireflies! hurry apace,
Come to me now as if running a race,
Bridle the horse as you hear me now sing!
Bridle, O bridle the son of the king!
Come in a hurry and bring him to me!
The son of the king will ere long set thee free!
And because thou for ever art brilliant and fair,
Under a glass I will keep thee; while there,
With a lens I will study they secrets concealed,
Till all their bright mysteries are fully revealed,
Yea, all the wondrous lore perplexed
Of this life of our cross and of the next.
Thus to all mysteries I shall attain,
Yea, even to that at last of the grain;
And when this at last I shall truly know,
Firefly, freely I’ll let thee go!
When Earth’s dark secrets are known to me,
My blessing at last I will give to thee!

Here follows the Conjuration of the Salt.

I do conjure thee, salt, lo! here at noon,
Exactly in the middle of a stream
I take my place and see the water around,
Likewise the sun, and think of nothing else
While here besides the water and the sun;
For all my soul is turned in truth to them;
I do indeed desire no other thought,
I yearn to learn the very truth of truths,
For I have suffered long with the desire
To know my future or my coming fate,
If good or evil will prevail in it..
Water and sun, be gracious unto me!

Here follows the Conjuration of Cain.

I conjure thee, O Cain, as thou canst ne’er
Have rest or peace until thou shalt be freed
From the sun where thou art prisoned, and must go
beating thy hands and running fast meanwhile:
I pray thee let me know my destiny;
And it ’tis evil, change its course for me!
If thou wilt grant this grace, I’ll see it clear
In the water in the splendour of the sun;
And thou, O Cain, shalt tell by word of mouth
Whatever this my destiny is to be.
And unless thou grantest this,
May’st thou ne’er know peace or bliss!

Then shall follow the Conjuration of Diana.

You shall make cakes of meal, wine, salt, and honey in the shape of a (crescent or horned) moon, and then put them to bake, and say:

I do not bake the bread, nor with it salt,
Nor do I cook the honey with the wine;
I bake the body and the blood and soul,
The soul of (great) Diana, that she shall
Know neither rest nor peace, and ever be
In cruel suffering till she will grant
What I request, what I do most desire,
I beg it of her from my very heart!
And if the grace be granted, O Diana!
In honour of thee I will hold this feast,
Feast and drain the goblet deep,
We will dance and wildly leap,
And if thou grant’st the grace which I require,
Then when the dance is wildest, all the lamps
shall be extinguished and we’ll freely love!

And thus shall it be done: all shall sit down to the supper all naked, men and women, and the feast over, they shall dance, sing, make music, and then love in the darkness, with all the lights extinguished; for it is the Spirit of Diana who extinguishes them, and so they will dance and make music in her praise.

And it came to pass that Diana, after her daughter had accomplished her mission or spent her time on earth among the living (mortals), recalled her, and gave her the power that when she had been invoked…having done some good deed…she gave her the power to gratify those who had conjured her by granting her or him success in love:

To bless or curse with power friends or enemies (to do good or evil).
To converse with spirits.
To find hidden treasures in ancient ruins.
To conjure the spirits of priests who died leaving treasures.
To understand the voice of the wind.
To change water into wine.
To divine with cards.
To know the secrets of the hand (palmistry)
To cure diseases.
To make those who are ugly beautiful.
To tame wild beasts.

And whatever thing should be asked from the spirit of Aradia, that should be granted unto those who merited her favour.

And thus must they invoke her:

Thus do I seek Aradia! Aradia! Aradia! At midnight, at midnight I go into a field, and with me I bear water, wine, and salt, I bear water, wine, and salt, and my talisman – my talisman, my talisman, and a red small bag which I ever hold in my hand – con dentro, con dentro, sale, with salt in it, in it. With water and wine I bless myself, I bless myself with devotion to implore a favour from Aradia, Aradia. (emphasize italics and repetitions)

Aradia! my Aradia!
Thou art my daughter unto him who was
Most evil of all spirits, who of old
Once reigned in hell when driven away from heaven,
Who by his sister did thy sire become,
But as thy mother did repent her fault,
And wished to mate thee to a spirit who
Should be benevolent,
And not malevolent!

Aradia, Aradia! I implore
Thee by the love which she did bear for thee!
And by the love which I too feel for thee!
I pray thee grant the grace which I require!
And if this grace be granted, may there be
One of three signs distinctly clear to me:
The hiss of a serpent,
The light of a firefly,
The sound of a frog!

But if you do refuse this favour, then
May you in future know no peace nor joy,
And be obliged to seek me from afar,
Until you come to grant me my desire,
In haste, and then thou may’st return again
Unto thy destiny. Therewith, Amen!


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Thought for the day

 

He who does not care for Heaven but is contented where he is, is already in Heaven, while the discontented will in vain clamor for it.


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Legend Of The Flute

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legend of the flute

Legend Of The Flute by author unknown to me has it that a long time ago the first flute maker was the woodpecker, But that was long ago

A long time ago there was this young warrior whose eyes had taken a liking to a young beautiful maiden. This young warrior had his first taste of love and was very confused, many questions were running through his head, the biggest being how can I win this young maidens love?

One day while pondering this question the young warrior found himself circling the Great Cedar Tree. The tree that stays green all year round, holds much beauty and lives forever, the tree most sacred.

Little did the warrior know but a Woodpecker had taken to a branch on the Great Cedar Tree and watched as the warrior circled the tree.

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The Woodpecker asked the Great Cedar Tree “What is wrong with this warrior, he keeps circling you and he looks troubled?” The Great Cedar Tree replied “He is in love and does not know how to win the maidens attention.” The Woodpecker thought and said “Maybe we can help this warrior.” The Great Cedar Tree replied “We better do something or he going to make himself sick, what you got in mind?”

“If you allow me to have a branch I can make a Flute that will make beautiful music and the warrior who plays this music will win the love of his heart” said the Woodpecker.

“Excellent idea” replied The Great Cedar Tree, “but I have one request, only the branch that you sit on may you take.” And it was agreed.

The Woodpecker went to work and made a beautiful Flute and when finished the Winds Of The Four Directions blew air into the Flute.

Hearing the sound the warrior reached up and embraced the Flute. The Spirit of The Great Cedar Tree said “Take this Flute that was made from me and the Woodpecker and when you play, you sing your love song to your maiden and you will win her heart.”

“Remember that love is a sacred gift and when you play your Flute, to play sacred songs. Always remember that the branch came with a bird that sat on it and sang a song, so to honour the first Flute Maker you will teach to always use the bird as a totem.”

The warrior did as he was instructed; he played his Flute to his maiden that night, a song that filled her heart with love. Soon the wedding of this couple took place and every night the warrior would play his Flute, singing his love song to his wife.

This is the legend of how the Flute came to us, If you listen close can you hear the warrior playing?


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Spells for you to try below

My passion for the craft brings me to post more topics you might find of interest, this time a few more spells I came across.


How to Cast a Spell to Attract a Lover

Anyone can cast a spell, and you can cast a spell to attract love into your life, or that special someone. Many spell casters use a variety of ingredients or correspondences, but you are the only essential ingredient in any Magic. There can be no barriers to achieving what you desire — if you believe.

Much of Spell Casting uses the imagination, and this, together with belief, is a vital ingredient. If you can believe that you will achieve your desired results strongly enough, that act is a magical ritual that will achieve your results.

To invoke the Magic to produce what you desire, visualise it — as clear and specific as you are able. Spend some time with the images in your mind. Believe now that you have achieved what you desire. Imagine all the feelings and emotions that accompany it. Imagine how your senses will react. After a few moments say to yourself: “So shall it be.”
Choose a convenient time in advance. The best time for Spell Work is midnight.

Take a bath — illuminated by candlelight. As you wash, cleanse from you all your negativity, and all your worries and anxieties. Cleanse yourself in the knowledge that you are preparing for a ritual of Magic that will bring you peace and abundance, and what you desire most.

Go to a quiet place, anywhere where you will be undisturbed. Take with you your Book of Shadows (if you have one) or some paper and a pen. If you have a crystal or other focus, take this too.

Start by preparing your altar. Your altar can be anything that will accommodate a candle, three small bowls, and your Focus (if you have one). A small table or box will do. Dress it with a plain or coloured cloth if you wish.

Place your candle on the Altar and light it (make sure it is stable and won’t topple!). The lit candle will represent the element Fire. In one small bowl pour some water, representing the element Water. In one small bowl place some salt, representing the element Earth. The empty bowl represents the element Air. Thus are all the elements represented on your altar: Fire, Water, Earth and Air.

Next, you must clean your Space to rid it of any negativity. Stand near your altar and close your eyes. Breathe in deeply and hold. Exhale slowly and as you do so imagine all the negative energy present being dispelled away.

Now, Cast your Circle.

Visualise a compete circle around you enclosing you in a perfect sphere that arches through the ground and over your head, including your Altar, with you in the very centre of it. See your Circle as a barrier against negativity.

With your Circle cast, you can invoke the energy and power that you need.

Standing before your Altar, with all the elements represented, close your eyes then experience each and every one as it touches you. Use your imagination and:

For Fire, feel the warmth of the sun on your face

For Air, feel a soft warm breeze on your cheek

For Water, feel your hand in a mountain stream

For Earth, feel the warm grass beneath your bare feet

With your eyes still closed, imagine the power and energy and wisdom of the Universe flowing down from the heavens into your head from above.

When you are full, state your purpose to yourself. This is your wish or desired result. Remember it has to be specific, positive, and believable.

Write it down in your Book of Shadows, or on a piece of paper. As you write it, state it.

To perform the Spell, hold your Focus in your principal hand (if you have one), and state your desired outcome again three times. As you state it, visualise it.

When you have completed your Spell Affirmation, say: “SO SHALL IT BE!”

Release the energy into the Universe by tensing all your body and imagining a white light of energy bursting from you into the sky above as you relax.

Next, release and ground yourself by dispelling the Circle. Imagine this circle around you as before, and then let it contract and disperse.

Give grateful thanks for the abundance in your life — you are free to go.

Once cast, do not discuss your Spell with a living soul!


Spell to Help in Court Cases.

When the moon is in the signs of either Libra or Sagittarius, brew a magical tea from a lavage root, and strain the liquid into a glass container. Seal it tightly with a lid after the tea has cooled down; bless it in the divine name of the Goddess; and then store it in the refrigerator until the night before you are to appear in court. When the time is ready, light a new black candle and add the lavage root tea to your bathwater. As you bathe in it and visualize yourself winning the court case, your body and spirit will absorb the beneficial energies. After bathing, place the Justice card from a Tarot deck under your pillow. Go to bed and recite the following magical rhyme over and over (either to yourself, or out loud) until you fall asleep:

“Scales of justice, harken and quaver;
Let the judge rule in my favour.”

To make the power of this spell even MORE POTENT, also brew a magical tea from some dried Californian buckthorn bark, and sprinkle it around the courthouse premises at midnight on the night prior to your court appearance. Be sure to do this without anyone seeing you.


Thread Protection Spell.

Supplies Needed:

Assortment of different coloured threads
Scissors
Small Jar with a Screw on Lid

Instructions:

Cut the threads into 1-to-2 inch lengths and drop them one by one into the jar, say this as you drop each one:

“Bits of thread,
Protection shed”

When the jar is full, screw the lid on, lick your index finger and use it to draw a pentagram on the jar lid.

Charge the jars protective powers with the following incantation:

“Oh, Hestia of the hearth and home-
Guard my family with your might.
Protect them from all ills that roam,
With this little jar, sealed tight.
Protect this home, oh Hestia too,
Confine all evil to this jar.
Bring good vibrations-old and new-
And grant good will from near and far”

Place the jar in as central location as possible in your home.


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Blessed Be
  Dominic


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Thought for the day

Every form of life, the human form not excepted, is nothing more than a focus in which the energies of the universal principle of life are concentrated, and the more they are concentrated and cling to that centre, the less are they able to manifest their activity, to grow and expand.


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