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Water-Witchin’ was once a way of finding water underground in order to dig a well. But cutting wands or rods was used for a variety of purposes; divination and commanding spiritual intelligences and elementals seems to be a common theme throughout the history and practice of magic. Lees verder
This book attempts to give deeper background on the practice of partly embodying a divine being within a ritual setting, in different ‘levels’ of forging divine connection. Lees verder
Nehalennia is by far the most famous indigenous goddess of the Netherlands but is virtually unknown, although there is a renewed interest in her. Morgana cites recent research work and gives her own observations. Lees verder
The ideas about witchcraft, and whether witches really can fly, differed from the Middle Ages till the pre-modern times. What was once a peaceful concept, was abused and turned around to condemn people accused of witchcraft. Lees verder
Who or what are the Gods? A common experience of those who have had a mystical experience, is there is no separation, just unity, of which we are a part.
Witchcraft differs from other religious and spiritual traditions in that it does not have any permanent sacred spaces. In the Craft the sacred space is declared at every meeting, wherever and whenever the coven meets. Lees verder
Philip Heselton portrays several people who may have been members of the coven Gerald Gardner was initiated into in 1939. Their stories come to life. Lees verder
Gus diZerega explores contemporary science to show why consciousness is a fundamental aspect of reality and why polytheistic experiences are as varied as the vast array of living organisms that enrich our world.
In the Bulgarian folklore, spring traditions have an important role. Decorated, coloured eggs date back to pre-Christian times. Lees verder