Mole scrying

Mole scrying

Mole scrying can be a very interesting topic indeed. Just as mole (the mammal) usually doesn’t pop up until he has a point to make.

Moles (the spotty type) don’t pop up on your body and face unless they have a message for you.

If you have any worries at all please consult your doctor as a mole as I know only too well can be cancerous. My particular mole started off just as a little spot then it turned into a little growth about the size of a dressmakers knob pin head, looked a little like a wart, after which this head dropped off and left a reddish mark that slowly grew.

A quick trip to the hospital and it was removed. If in doubt check your mole out is my motto.

No kidding you can learn a lot about yourself simply by examining the size, colour, and locations of your moles. I’ve listed a few common locations below.

Mole above your eyebrow- you’ll have to work hard for wealth.

Mole on the tip of your nose- you’ll have a parade of sexual problems in your life.

Mole anywhere on your chin- your life will feel unfulfilled unless you’re constantly traveling and trying new things.

Mole underneath your eye- you’ll always have problems relating to your children. Your relationship with them will more often than not be one of tolerance.

Mole on the inside of your wrist- you’re a person that loves to spend money

Mole on the shoulder- Life will present you with many challenges. However, should the mole be red and more towards the back of the shoulder, you will easily rise above them.

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A Ritual for Interfaith Yuletide Sharing

yuletide sharing

A Ritual for Interfaith Yuletide Sharing interesting indeed

Many or most of us who practice in Wiccan and/or other Neo-pagan traditions have family members and friends of other faiths.

An enjoyable ritual that enables all to share the joy of the seasonal can be the making and blessing of a fragrant Yuletide Potpourri. A Ritual for Interfaith Yuletide SharingOffer a party on or near Winter Solstice. Serve hot mulled cider and cookies, and ask everyone who comes to bring ingredients for the potpourri: sprigs of various varieties of fragrant evergreen trees — pine, yew, spruce, cedar and juniper. Fresh herbs such as rosemary, sage, basil, thyme are good, and also spices such as cinnamon sticks and whole cloves. Dried apples or other dried fruits, nuts, small pinecones and winterberry can also be added for colour and texture. Provide a very large container (cauldron, dishpan, washtub) that all can gather around while breaking the ingredients into small pieces, mixing them into the container.

Begin by setting the intent, perhaps: 

We gather at the time of Winter Solstice, when the longest night of the year gives way to the waxing light. The ancients celebrated this time as the rebirth of the Sun, and it was considered a time of hope, promise and new beginnings. Let’s make a Yuletide seasonal potpourri together, and while we work and share our favourite holiday memories and also our hopes and wishes for the year to come, we can blend those joyful energies into the potpourri and also charge our own will to make this next year all we hope it can be. When we are finished, we’ll bless the potpourri together and each take some home where its fragrance will remind us of the hopes and wishes we have shared and what we plan to do to bring them into reality.

After the potpourri is complete, join hands around it and say something like this: 

Feel the energy of our sharing pass from hand to hand. See it in the eyes of others all around our circle as we join together in peace and joy and love. May our thoughts and energies surround and fill us, infusing that which we have created so that the feelings we share tonight carry forth to anyone not here whom we may give a gift of our Yuletide potpourri. Though we go from here in our separate ways, hold in your hearts the unity of sharing that it may be extended to others. Let’s share a moment of silent thanks to Divine Spirit for our many blessings. (Pause) As light returns to Earth, let Light be rekindled in our hearts and minds, and may we know and share the blessings of peace and love.

Whether working alone or with a group, let’s call upon the Sun and Venus, so prominent in the chart of Winter Solstice, for their most hoped for potential, that peace will prevail on Earth. The optimum time for this working would encompass the actual time of Winter Solstice, although the ritual can, of course, be done at other times, too.

A Ritual for Interfaith Yuletide SharingYou will need to create (or purchase) a large enough wreath to step through. This can be most any circular form, decorated as you choose with either fresh or artificial greenery. If working alone have at least twelve candles one to represent each sign of the zodiac. If you are working with a group, have candles in multiples of 12, all the way up to 360 for each degree of a circle. Candle luminaries can be made by putting little tea candles (the kind that come in tins) within small paper cups. These burn safely, even outdoors in moderate wind, as the metal holds the wax until it burns away.

Begin with a centering meditation and then cast sacred space in your usual way. After calling the Guardians of the Watchtowers, invoke the God and Goddess as Sun and Venus:

O Sun of bright new year I (we) call
Child of life and light
Shine peace throughout this land of ours
Bring wisdom with your might!

O Venus, come in love and peace
Star of dawn for all to see
Your light of Truth I (we) call within
Peace shall begin with me!

Then, as you say this next short verse, step through the Yule wreath; make your personal transition from the old year to the new: 

This night of new Light’s birthing
I (we) step through Yule wreath free
Cast off the old year, greet the new
With Light of Peace, so mote it be!

Now light your candles one at a time and place them in a circle.

If you have the space, you can build the circle of Light around you or your entire group. If you are working alone or only have the space of a table, make the circle on it. A symbol of Earth could be placed within (a map, a globe, a photo of Earth from space). A Ritual for Interfaith Yuletide SharingAs you place the candles, sing an appropriate song. A good one, familiar to many and available in many songbooks begins Let there be peace on Earth and let it begin with me 1. The second line of verse one of the song continues: Let there be peace on Earth, the peace that was meant to be. Then the next two lines are Christian in wording, but can easily be changed slightly so that the words are generic to all spiritual paths. Here is a suggested change: In Spirit together, we are one family, Let us walk with each other in perfect harmony. The second verse is appropriate to all paths just as it was originally written.

After the circle of Light has been formed, other favourite traditions could be followed, such as the burning of the Yule Log, the blessing of sharing of cakes and beverages and also thoughts and experiences of the ritual. Following the closing of this rite, you will be allowing your candles to burn all the way down naturally, so be sure that they are safely placed and can be monitored for safety.

In closing, offer thanks to the Guardians and to Sun and Venus for this sacred night as you visualize the Light of Peace spreading in all directions outward from your circle all across the Earth, joining with other circles of Light in other places.

Believe that on this Winter Solstice you have been and will continue to be a significant force for peace! 

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History Of The Tarot Cards

history of the tarot cards

Sooner or later most Witches (not all) look into divination using a deck of Tarot cards.

I would like to mention however that in by gone days, a lot of Witches and Gypsies use to use a plain set of average everyday run of the mill type playing cards for divination purposes, and it may be something for you to look into before out laying a lot of money on a Tarot deck.

history of the tarot cards

Below is a basic list as to what the cards represent:

The four suits represent the four seasons – the four elements – the four
winds – the four directions – the four phases of the Moon.

The two colours represent day and night – male and female – positive and

52 cards represent the 52 weeks in a year.

13 cards in each suit represent each quarter of the year each having 13
weeks. Or can represent the 13 Full Moons of a year.

The 12 court cards represent the 12 months. Or the 12 hours between noon and midnight.

The ace to 10 add up to 55 + jack 11 + queen 12 + king 13 = 91 x 4 suits =
364 + joker 1 = 365 days of a year.

So as you can see there is a lot more to the plain old pack of cards than
meets the eye.

The evidence we do have tells us that around 1440-1550 the Tarot appeared in
Italy. Wealthy and influential patrons commissioned elaborate decks to be
created, often using gold leaf. The cards continued to develop with rich
symbolism and our modern decks of 78 cards became the standard in the later 18th and 19th centuries.

Several secret societies have embraced the Tarot, over the years, as an
oracle and mystical path to enlightenment. Many influential scholars have
drawn parallels that have shown similarities between the Tarot and alchemy
Jungian psychology, Hermetic philosophy, the Cabbala, astrology, and many
other mystery traditions. The cards now are mainly use in spiritual growth
and divination. Also to view a person’s past, present and/or future.

The Tarot deck is separated into two main parts; 22 major arcana cards and
56 minor arcana cards (arcane means hidden or secret). The major arcana
includes all the cards ever yone associates with the tarot, such as the
Devil, the Lovers, and the Magician. They are often numbered with Roman
numerals, from I to XXI. The Fool is left without a number, or is given the
value 0.

The minor arcana is similar to modern playing cards because it contains four
“suits”. These suits are labelled differently in many decks, but are usually
cups, pentacles (disks or coins), swords, and wands (rods or staves). Each
suit has 14 cards, numbered Ace through King. Each suit also includes the
Page and the Knight.

Modern Tarot readers practice and study for years to refine their skills.
Each card has several meanings, and those meanings are affected by the other cards that are drawn from the deck. The interpretation of a group of cards, or a “spread” can be quite complex, but psychics have a distinct advantage of using their powers to determine exactly what the cards are trying to tell you.

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knot Magic explained

Knot magic explained

Knot magic explained. Knot magic is used in the life of a wiccan and other religious and non-religious groups

It can be called cord workings or cord/knot magick depending on the group or solitary that is using this type of craft.An example of knot magick from the old ways you may have heard of is tying a knot in a handkerchief to remember a certain aspect of life this is yet another form of knot magick is it not.

The materials can vary from ordinary household string to more elaborate silk cords or ribbons depending on the user and the occasion it is required for.

You may wish to use more than one colour to enhance the magickal energy you are invoking into the cord/ribbon you have chosen to work with, even twist the materials together in a braiding length.

What we are aiming for in knot magick is tying our channelled energy, via a simple process into a positive goal and to harm none in any way, through experience you will find the right length thickness and colour material for any given knot spell or working therefore knot magick can be used for any occasion one desires from love spells to warding of negative energy and you will find it is of the binding spell type.
In any spell negativity can occur, a simple way of dispersing the negative energy is to tie a slip knot in to your working to release the bad energy and release it as required.

We must before any spell knot magick can commence cleanse our materials in the usual way with a chant, the use of salt, incense or the likes as long as the mood is calm the energy created will be focused into the knot created.

There are many knot spells, techniques and they vary from person to person here is a four knot spell for example

Sit quietly with materials at hand and concentrate on your goal visualize the energy flowing into your workings chant if you find this brings more meaning to your spell let there be soothing music playing in the background set the mood.
Now chant the following or by all means make your own personal chant:

This knot I tie will not lie
for it is binding till I die
Bring the power I desire
bind it tight within the hour

While chanting the above the knots can be tied and placed on your altar, table or selected spot while the spell is manifesting, if desired it can be worn or carried with you, many wiccans have a spell box into which there spell material is placed, or it is set free in a flowing river or stream or may be buried depending on the wish of the caster. Remember always to give thanks to the elements that be on completion.

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