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~ Diana/Artemis ~


 

Diana, whose name simply means "Goddess" is the  most popular of all the Goddesses. Diana is the Roman name for the Greek Goddess, Artemis. Diana has remained, throughout the centuries, as a symbol of classical antiquity. When paganism saw its first revival, both Diana and Artemis quickly came to the forefront as Goddesses of the wild and woodlands. Diana is usually depicted with a bow and arrow. Diana was the twin sister of Apollo, was a virgin and was called up by women who needed independence or protection from men.

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~ Hecate ~


 

Hecate, a divinity of the Underworld and companion of Persephone, is called the Queen of the night and the Goddess of the crossroads. Her three faces are turned towards as many directions, and her name was shrieked at night at the crossroads of cities. She is portrayed as bearing torches, and it is with them that she killed Clytius during the course of the Gigantomachy. Hecate is regarded as supreme both in Heaven as well as in the Underworld. It is said that Zeus calls upon her whenever any man on earth offers sacrifices and prays for a favour. Hecate was originally a Goddess in her maiden aspect, but over the years, throughout history, has taken on the feature of a crone.

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Isis


 

Isis was the supreme mother Goddess of ancient Egypt. She was married to her brother Osiris, and their child was the God Horus.  The 3 Deities together made up the holy trinity of the Egyptian pantheon. Isis spent time among mankind and taught many skills to the women, such as the  grinding of corn, spinning fibres and reading.

Isis was the most powerful Deity of the pantheon, even more so than the older sun God, Ra. She tricked Ra to get his secret name, by which she gained many of his powers as well as her own.

Isis was also the first to use Mummification. When her husband was murdered by his jealous brother Set, Isis found the pieces of his body, wrapped them in linen strips and breathed life back into him. This is the base for the well-known tradition among the ancient Egyptians to mummify their dead in preparation for the afterlife.

 

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Kali


 

Kali is the great Indian Goddess and although she is another loving mother figure although she is depicted with her tongue hanging out and wearing a necklace of skulls, which does not seem very "motherly".

Kali fought with Raktavija, the lord of the Asuras (Demons) and for every drop of his blood that touched the Earth, a thousand demons sprang up. Kali, in her Divine madness solved this by licking up every drop of this blood with her tongue, and won the day. Wild with joy, she continued tot dance her dance of destruction until the Gods begged her to stop but she would not listen. Finally, her husband Shiva came to implore her. Still crazed, she did not recognise him and instead threw him on the floor with the corpses and danced over him.

The destruction associated with Kali has been connected with the cycle of creation and rebirth.

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Inanna


 

Inanna, which means "Queen of Heaven", is the Sumerian Great Goddess and forerunner of the Babylonian Ishtar. Sumer was a culture located in what is now the southern half of Iraq.

Inanna is the first daughter of the Moon, and the Star of the morning and evening. Like Anat and Aphrodite she is linked to the plant Venus and is a love Goddess. Her wedding to the shepherd Dumuzi was celebrated on the first day of the new year as a sacred marriage rite, and her  legends show her to be a woman of powerful sexuality.

Inanna descended to the Underworld to learn of the wisdom of death and rebirth. To be released from death she must choose a substitute and offer up Dumuzi, who in her absence did not mourn her.

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Morgan


 

Morgan was also known as Morgana and Morgan Le Fay. She was the older half-sister of King Arthur. She is a fairy queen and sorceress and it is said she was a pupil of Merlin. Morgan is  very  much associated with the magical island of Avalon.

Morgan hated Arthur and the legends are full of her attempts to bring his downfall.

It is said that Morgan is a Goddess of the sea and of the Isle of Avalon. She was a healer and drinking water blessed by her provided  and instant cure for all ills.

The 'Fay' in her name means fate or fairy, which in itself means fate.

               
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Freyja:
Goddess of
Abundance and Fertility

Freya was the sister of the god Freyr, and was one of the Vanir, the Norse deities of earth and water that lived in Asgard.Venerated by women, heroes and rulers alike, she was the Scandinavian goddess of fertility and abundance. Freyja could be called upon for assistance in childbirth and conception, to aid with marital problems, or to bestow fruitfulness upon the land and sea.

In some traditions, she is known not only as Freyr's sister but his wife as well. Like Freyr, she is associated with material wealth. She was known to wear a magnificent necklace called Brisingamen, which represents the fire of the sun, and was said to weep tears of gold. In the Norse Eddas, Freyja is not only a goddess of fertility and wealth, but also of war and battle. She also has connections to magic and divination.

Freyja was similar to Frigg, the chief goddess of the Aesir, which was the Norse race of sky deities. Both were connected with childrearing, and could take on the aspect of a bird. Freyja owned a magical cloak of hawk's feathers, which allowed her to transform at will. This cloak is given to Frigg in some of the Eddas.

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Brigantia


 

Brigantia is the tribal goddess of the Brigantes tribe of northern England, whose name comes from the root brig and means "High One" or "Queen". She was associated with water and rivers (one inscription refers to her as the Nymph Brigantia), and the river Braint (in Anglesey) and river Brent (in Middlesex) were both probably named after her, and possibly the river Brechin in Scotland as well.

The Romans associated her with Victoria, goddess of victory, and Minerva, goddess of war and wisdom, as can be seen from inscriptions combining the names of these deities with Brigantia.

There are at least ten Roman inscriptions to Brigantia. One image shows her bearing a spear and a globe, with a gorgon pendant around her neck and a shield behind her, which are all strongly reminiscent of Minerva. The Irish goddess Brigit and Gallic goddess Brigindo have also been identified with Brigantia.

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Arianrhod


Arianrhod is a Welsh Goddess whose name means Silver Wheel. Some say she lives in the constellation called Corona Borealis. She is the mistress of the otherworldly tower of initiation, Caer Sidi, where poets learn starry wisdom and where the dead go between incarnations.

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Herne

Herne is the silent master of the Wild Hunt, a legend that is found in most Celtic lands. Herne is also one of a number of horned gods that are found in Celtic tales. Like the others he was a symbol of the life force.

Herne, like the Greek Pan, was a symbol for a wilder form of that force. Just as Pan's pipes drove people to pan-ic, Herne also had a highly effective horn. Only his did not drive one to panic but called all who heard it to joint he wild hunt and be filled with an uncontrollable lust to hunt down and rip to shreds what or whom ever was unlucky enough to become the object of this hunt. He was always aided in this by a number of large hounds.

 

 

 
 
 
 
The pentacle, a pentagram within a circle, is the most recognizable symbol of Wicca.

 The pentacle represents the integration of body and spirit, and the spiritual mastery of the four elements. The pentacle is used in a number of Wiccan rituals.

 The pentacle is often worn as a symbol of recognition amongst practitioners, especially those who practice a code of secrecy.
 
 
Its five points represent (starting at the top and moving clockwise) spirit, fire, water, earth, and air.  

 The fact that "spirit" is at the topmost point means that all of the earthly elements are subject to the power and influence of "otherworld;" the fact that there is a circle connecting all five means that they are interwoven, the natural elements with the spiritual.
 
 
 

 

   
                     
   

 

 

 

 

 

    

If you'd like to cast a spell the simple way, all you have to do is visualise your goal, send your energy to it, and you've essentially cast a spell. Whether you use fancy tools, invoke presences by name, or manipulate other materials is up to the person making the spell...they are focusing devices and are often immensely helpful, especially to novices.

If you feel it is enough to just light a candle and meditate and call it a spell, then you are right, it is enough. That is the simplest sort of spell: Lighting a candle, tying a knot, waving a wand, singing a chant. All of these are "spells," assuming you visualise properly.

If you want to get a little more involved than this but don't wish to go through the large-production-type spell of twenty steps as in some spells, here is a simplified version made up of eight steps,  with the "bulk" cut out and the most essential parts emphasised. This is for those who are not interested in making a giant production out of it and prefer simplicity. They are listed and then explained in more detail.
 

 
      Define what you need or want.
           

   
  Research spell aids.

   
   Set up.

       Define your sacred space.

       Invoke.

       Manipulate spell materials and energies.
               

       Thanks and earthing.

       Release sacred space.

 

 

When you decide you want to do a spell, make sure you know why you're doing it. Consider whether you should. Are you following the Wiccan Rede? Are you remembering the Threefold Law? So if you're not going to hurt anyone and you wouldn't mind if the karma from this hit you threefold, you still need to decide whether you should do this. Ask yourself whether the person would be opposed.

Generally you're not supposed to try to use magick against someone's will . . . sometimes you will be tempted to think it is for a person's own good. You might try shying away from that. For instance, if you think a friend is entering a relationship that will destroy him, instead of trying to "make" them break up with a spell, try casting your spell hoping that the relationship not impede his happiness. Perhaps your influence can brighten the relationship so it is not destructive or empower him to see what is wrong with

the relationship before it does destroy him. Always try to find positive ways to cast the spell instead of destroying things; the only thing you should routinely banish is negative influences.



For any spell, no matter how simple, you must know what you want to have happen. This does not mean "I want to get a job working Checkout No. 2 at Sainsbury's from 8 to 12 on weekdays"; this means "I want to get a job somewhere I can be happy with the hours I can handle." You need not make predictions or demands of specifics; just the essentials of your need should be known and defined.

Make sure that if you're looking for a job, you're not going to inadvertently be trying to kick someone else out of the position you want...remember, you want to get what you want if it's available, not to snatch it away from someone who has it.
 

  

What will you do to symbolise your need being met? You should decide at this point what kind of spell you want to do and find out what sorts of materials, if you want to use any, will help you. You can look in your Book of Shadows if you have one, on the Internet, in books, ask friends . . . and try

to decide what you will do to make this spell different from simply thinking about your need being met.

If you want to give a friend peace, will you make a clay doll of her and sprinkle it with some sort of peaceful herb? Research appropriate colours for the clay and the type of spice you will use. If you want to encourage fertility, you light a candle and carve a rune. Research appropriate colours for the candle and appropriate runes for your purpose, and get an idea of what you should carve the rune with. Will you use a crystal? What kind? Something else? Also research if there's a good time of the week, month or day and place...inside, outside, under a tree, by the sea, to do your spell. Look through reliable sources or just listen to the symbolism in your own mind.

 

  

Get your stuff together. Set up your altar the way you want it, facing whatever direction you've decided is appropriate in your research phase. Bring together all the things you'll need and set out the boundary of your circle, assuming you're going to use one

 

Most spell workers use circles for their sacred space. You can learn to cast a proper circle, but you can make the boundary of your space with a cord or salt or whatever you like, then seal the space off from the outside world with your own energy and/or whatever outside influences you like to complete your space (many "call in" the north, east, south, and west elements to form their circle, along with their own energy).

 

   

Lots of people feel they need to address the God and Goddess--this is the time to invite Them. Call upon the presence you desire in any way you see fit, and ask for Their presence and help. You might explain your need to Them, justify why you've asked Them to come.


So, start your spell. You might want to start by raising your energy by dancing, singing, or simply reading something inspiring or thinking about how happy you'll be when your need is fulfilled.

Then, do what you've decided to do to symbolize your need...light your candle or whatever and visualise what it represents, send your energy to it . . . and really try to use the energy you have to help make it happen. You must visualise strongly and contribute energy; lighting a candle does NOT make things happen by itself!

If you anoint a meaningful stone with some sort of oil to symbolise something, you can't just rub it on there and think about it... you have to remember what the oil represents, speaking in pictures and meanings to the presences you .

have invoked, give the simple actions their volume through your energy, make them three-dimensional. The oil and stone are symbols, and we use them because they help us visualise and they help us align ourselves with the movement of nature, to think that for thousands of years people have used these same materials to mean the same things; it's inspiring, and therefore works. You should visualise your need VERY strongly and finish your symbolic actions


 

The presences that came to your circle deserve a little thank you. If you believe the God and Goddess have attended your circle, show that you are thankful by offering something, such as a food offering, and share it with Them...meaning you eat some too, "earthing" yourself (assuming you need to be brought back to your usual reality) and replenishing your energy. You'll need a moment to rest if you've put a lot into your effort.
 

Re-absorb or send to the earth any energy that was making up your circle or other sacred space, and then clean up your mess, since you're likely to have one.

 


 

Here are a few spells to keep you safe and from harm:

 

 

Into a long, small bottle pour fresh, clean soil. Fill it to the top and cap it. Place this bottle near the entrance, preferable in a window, to guard against evil entering your home.
 

In past ages the earth was thought to confound evil spirits and demons, who had to count every grain of earth in the bottle before entering the dwelling.
 

Today evil spirits are seen as negativity which floats around the Earth in large quantities. This negativity can enter your home. Therefore, this earth protection bottle can be useful in blocking negativity from entering your house.

 

 

This spell is designed to transform negative energies into positive energies and arouses protective energies within its maker.

 

For this spell you'll need four black taper candles, a bowl of water, salt, and a paper bag. If you can't find black candles, use white. (Black candles can be hard to find, but most of the mail-order suppliers carry them).
 

Place the bowl of water, a small vessel of salt (you'll need no more than 4 pinches of it) and the four black candles on your place for spell making. Have also there some matches (boxed matches are best) and a paper bag.
 

Sit or stand before the assembled items. Close your eyes and visualise a fortress of protection surrounding you. If you feel the need to see a magickal being or creature defending you, fine. Or you may wish to imagine yourself with a flaming sword, fighting off all attackers. Raging Amazons may endlessly circle and protect you. The possibilities are endless, but your visualisation should be clear and concise. See that you're protected. Know that you're protected.


Light a match. Light one black candle. Hold the candle close to you and say:

 

"You are nothing!"

Move it farther away and say:

"You are fading!"

Move it still farther, at arm's reach, and say:

"You are banished!"
 

Push the lit end of the candle into the water. Watch it's flame sputter and go out. Know that the water also extinguishes all energy that is meant to harm you.

Break the spent candle between your hands (or use a hammer) and place it into the paper bag. Add a pinch of salt to the water to purify it.
 

Repeat the entire spell 3 more times, once with each candle: saying the words, moving the candle farther from you, plunging the lit end into the water, breaking and disposing of the candle, and adding the salt to the water.


When you've finished, say these or similar words:

 

"Evil that rides the sky;
Chill winds that blow;
Darkened charms that arise
from far below:
Broken now, fading fast,
you will not thrive.
For with this spell I've cast
you can't survive!"
 

Wash your hands. Remove the black candles (in the bag) from your property. Pour the briny water down the drain and wash the bowl well.

It is done.



 
 

Sit or stand before any fire or a candle. Look into the flames (or flame, if using a candle). Visualise the fire bathing you with glowing, protective light. The fire creates a flaming, shimmering sphere around you. If you wish, say the following or similar words:

 

"Craft the spell
In the fire;
Craft it well;
Weave it higher.
Weave it now
Of shining flame;
None shall come
To hurt or maim.
None shall pass
This firey wall;
None shall pass
No, none at all."

 

Repeat this simple yet effective spell every day when in need.

 

 

 

 

 

Windchimes are available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and designs. They're also ruled by the element of Air and can be used to guard your home against unwanted guests and negative energies.
 

Find, make, or buy a new set of windchimes. They should emit a definite sound. Before suspending them outside, charge them to do their task with the following spell.
 

Place the windchimes on a flat surface in your place of magick. Gaze down at them, realising that they're lifeless, still, unmoving.
 

Wave your projective hand over them while saying:
 

"Wind chimes;
Spell rhymes;
Spell chimes;
Wind rhymes.
Air primes
Spell chimes;
Nine times nine."
 

Lift the windchimes by the string from which they will be hung. Hold them before your face. Blow against the dangling noise-makers, visualising their tones scattering and driving away negativity.
 

Hang them up outside, with visualisation, and let the windchimes do their work.
 

For the best results, repeat this simple charging spell every nine days.


  




This is a simple spell designed to "trap" negative energies before they enter your home. Similar objects and devices have been used for centuries around the world. To make it you'll need:
 

   
           

A small jar that once held spices, perhaps.  It should be  glass for, after all, glass is made from sand. Thoroughly wash and dry the jar, removing any labels. It must have a close-fitting lid as well.

 

 

   
             

Equal quantities of 2 different colors of sand. Some types include: fine grey-white beach sand; yellowish coral sand; orange sand from the desert; red sand from volcanic areas; black obsidian sand and many others. Search for suitable sands or buy them from aquarium supply stores, plant nurseries, or craft shops. If you buy them, be certain that the sands haven't been artificially colored.

 

   
      

A spoon (teaspoon for smaller jars; tablespoon for larger ones)

 

Before you begin, pour one type of sand into the bottle until it's just over half-filled. Empty this sand into one dish. This will be referred to this as Sand No.1 throughout these instructions.
 

Clean the bottle (if necessary) and repeat with the second type of sand, emptying in into it's own bowl. This is Sand No. 2.
 

Now you're ready. Hold your projective hand over Sand No. 1. Look down at it. See it humming and writhing with protective, projective energy. Touch the sand. Caress it. Visualise it emitting sparks of bright white light that ensnare negativity and draw it inward. Charge it with personal power.
 

Repeat with Sand No. 2
 

Place the bottle before you. Scoop out a level spoonful of Sand No. 1. Pour this into the jar while saying the following words:


"Trap of sand,
Trap the ill.
Trap the bane and evil will."
 

Fill the spoon with the same amount of Sand No. 2. Carefully pour this into the jar over the layer of Sand No. 1, saying the same rhyme.
 

Continue alternating layers of sand and the chant. Repeat until the jar is completely filled. You should put so much sand into the jar that, when the top is on, the contained sand shouldn't move.
 

When you've finished, you'll have a jar filled with bands of different colored sand. Hold it between your hands and say once again, while visualising:
 

"Trap of sand,
trap the ill.
Trap the bane and evil will."
 

Push power into the sand trap. Place outside your home hidden among plants, buried in the earth or  inside a flowerpot filled with earth. If this is impossible, place the jar in a sunny window. It will do its work.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

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Here is a list of books which you may find interesting and beneficial to you. We hope you will enjoy them:

 

   *    The Wiccan Bible:
    The Definitive Guide
                   To
      Magic & The Craft
 


 
    by Anne-Marie Gallagher



  
*   Principles of Wicca
          
            


          
by Vivianne Crowley
             


 



 
 *             Wicca:
        A Guide For the
    Solitary Practitioner

        

   
   by
Scott Cunningham




  
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                   and
              Practices

            


        
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Gary Cantrell


 



  
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All Hollow's Meet
 


Oh, wild lonely places of
sweet dread delight
That call to my Children on Halloween night
In whispering wind wisps and whipporwill plight
Tickling the treetops where moonbeams alight.

Come hither, ye Witches,
on silver light fly!
Don't dawdle, don't saunter, don't idly stroll by!
Lift your skirts as seer
 gusts catch the leaves
dead and dry
Rise up with the wind
soaring hasty on high!

Ride ye thus to the hollow
in the wood dark and deep
Where all merry parted
shall now merry meet.
At the time 'twas appointed that time shall ye keep
To honour me, hail me
 in great Esbats fete.

When the moon sailing bright in the dark midnight blue
Casts her spell on the landscape, reversing
each hue,
And the scent of the night gives the magickal clue
To the circle make haste,
give Hecate her due!

Dance wild, draw the power and shape in a cone,
Till the power is thine and
 the will is thine own
Then hurl't to the wind that thy purpose be flown
And thy wish shall I grant on the Night of the Crone.

One and all then come
 hither and join the great feast
Where within all are welcome: Spirit, Human, and Beast.
Give hail and farewell to the souls since deceased
Then wend thy way home
 'fore the Sun tints the East.

But remember, my Children, remember quite clear
The sound of my voice ringing high in your ear.
'Tis my summoning call in
the owl's hoot you hear
To meet merry again on All Hallow's next year.


~ Liadan ~

 

Charge Of The Goddess
 

Listen to the words of the Great Mother, who of old
was called Artemis, Astarte, Dione, Melusine, Aphrodite,
Ceridwen, Diana, Arionrhod, Brigid, and by many other names:

"Whenever you have need of anything, once in the month,
and better it be when the
 moon is full, you shall assemble in some secret place and adore the spirit
 of Me who is Queen of all
the Wise.

You shall be free from
slavery, and as a sign that
 you be free you shall be naked in all your rites.
 Sing, feast, dance, make music and love, all in My
presence, for Mine is the ecstasy of the spirit and
Mine also is joy on earth.

For My law is love unto all beings. Mine is the secret
that opens upon the door
of youth, and Mine is the
cup of wine of life that is
the cauldron of Ceridwen,
 that is the holy grail of immortality.

 I give the knowledge of the spirit eternal and beyond
death I give peace and
freedom and reunion
with those that have gone before. Nor do I demand
aught of sacrifice,
for behold, I am the mother
of all things and My love is poured upon the earth."

Hear the words of the Star Goddess, the dust of whose feet are the hosts of heaven, whose body encircles the universe:


"I who am the beauty of the green earth and the white moon among the stars
and the mysteries of the waters, I call upon your soul
 to arise and come unto me.

 For I am the soul of nature that gives life to the universe.
From Me all things proceed and unto Me they must return. Let My worship be in the
 heart that rejoices, for
 behold - all acts of love and pleasure are My rituals.

Let there be beauty and strength, power and compassion, honour
and humility, mirth and reverence within you.
And you who seek to know Me, know that your
seeking and yearning will
avail you not, unless you
know the Mystery:
 for if that which you seek,
 you find not within yourself,
you will never find it without. For behold, I have been there with you from the beginning, and I am that which is
attained at the end of all desire."


~ Starhawk
~

 

Gather in Circles 

We should gather in
Circles at dawn,
spider webs still caught
on our faces,
dance our thanks,
turn up our palms,
 toward the sun.

Work our muscles carving wood,
make knives,
cut through ripe fruit,
split stones,

We should circle fires
 at dusk,
salty skin,
stamping our bones into dirt,
jump toward the moon,
entangle each others body,
sweaty from the dance,
full after spicy dishes,
and we know how
 love works.

 

Legend of the Goddess

 
In ancient times our Lord,
 the Horned One,
 was, as he still is,
the Consoler,
 the Comforter;
but men knew him as the Dread Lord of Shadows - lonely, stern and hard.

Now our Lady the Goddess had never loved,
but she would solve all mysteries,
even the mystery of Death - and so she journeyed to the Nether Lands.

The Guardian of the Portals challenged her,
"Strip off thy garments,
lay aside thy jewels for
 nought may ye bring with
 thee into this our land."

So she laid down her
 garments and her jewels
and was bound,
 as are all who enter the realms of Death the
Mighty One.

Such was her beauty
that Death himself knelt and laid his sword and crown at her feet and kissed them saying;
"Blessed be thy feet that
have brought thee in these ways. Abide with me,
 but let me place my cold
 hand on thy heart."
 and she replied,

"I love thee not.
Why dost thou cause all
things that I love and take delight in to fade and die?"

"Lady" replied Death,
"tis Age and Fate, against which I am helpless.
 Age causes all things to wither; but when men die at the end of time, I give them rest and peace and strength, so that they may return.
 But you - you are lovely; return not - abide with me."

But she replied,
"I love thee not."

Then said Death,
 "An you receive not my hand on your heart, you must receive Death's scourge."  

"It is fate, better so,"
she said, and she knelt.

And Death scourged her tenderly, and she cried,
"I feel the pangs of love."

And Death raised her,
and said, "Blessed be ."
and gave her the Fivefold Kiss,
 saying the Mysteries and gave her the necklace,
which is the Circle of
 Rebirth.

And they loved and were
one ; and he taught her
all the Magicks.

For there are three great events in the life of
mortals "love, death and resurrection in a new
body" and Magick
 controls them all.

To fulfil love you must return
at the same time and place
as the loved one, and you must remember and love
them again.

But to be reborn you must die and be ready for a new body; to die you must be born; without love you may not be born and these be all the Magicks

 

Forest Woman 

She runs through the night,
Watching and protecting,
A mysterious bird that
 semi-exists. 
She used to be a dreamer too,
until her dreams became real,
and she wrapped them
around her naked, aged body, and became younger again in the night. 
You can see her sometimes when she leaps from the edges of the forest. 
She holds her blanket out,
and she waves it to you,
as freeing air cools her
heated flesh. 
She calls to you, in her forest, in her darkness, in your  dreams. 
She calls with madness,
 and abandon,
and a tasting of the real.

 

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