Library seeks witches to translate 17th-century spellbook

NOTE: Thank you to The New York Post for the article!

 

Library seeks witches to translate 17th-century spellbook

South African Pagan’s Rights Alliance fights against witch-hunts

South African Pagan’s Rights Alliance fights against witch-hunts

Stonehenge Stoners and Worshipping Wizards: 12 Hours at the World’s Biggest Pagan Party

NOTE: While there is some text in this article, it is largely a video article, or a vlog entry.

 

Stonehenge Stoners and Worshipping Wizards: 12 Hours at the World’s Biggest Pagan Party

History made: In an astonishing Bronze Age discovery a 3000-year-old community has been unearthed

History made: In an astonishing Bronze Age discovery a 3000-year-old community has been unearthed

Don’t Forget These 10 Rules When Placing Your Ganesha At Home Or Work

When you purchase your statuary of the Goddesses and Gods, whether by mail order or at your local Pagan/Occult store, do you give much thought where you are going to put them? Or do you just place them where you have room? Or in place where its convenient?  This article might give you some insight as to where they should/need to be placed for maximum effect or benefit. Please enjoy the read.

Don’t Forget These 10 Rules When Placing Your Ganesha At Home Or Work

‘Witch’s cottage’ unearthed near Pendle Hill, Lancashire

‘Witch’s cottage’ unearthed near Pendle Hill, Lancashire

My Book of Prayers and Blessings

As you may remember that on December 10, 2013 I had started this blog as a companion project to my physical Crane Book of Wisdom. I had chosen the name because Book of Shadows is largely associated with Wicca and Witchcraft. I chose Crane Book of Wisdom because I have leanings towards Druidry. I also chose because in the Encyclopedia of Celtic Wisdom: A Celtic Shaman’s Sourcebook by Caitlin & John Matthews, ISBN# 1-85230-561-4. Within this book, on page 142, is a story about a crane bag. That is a bag created from the skin of a crane.  A story steeped in Druidic lore and myth. And that is why I chose the name Crane Book of Wisdom.

.

I have also created a journal to record my readings of the Ogham staves or fews that I have put into the front of that book as well as their meanings. Yes, I urge all who use the Ogham fews to keep such a journal. I put the question to be asked. the fews/staves drawn. Their meanings. And the conclusion drawn from the reading. It matters not if you use Ogham fews/staves, runes, or the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck or any other tarot deck. Keep a journal. It will be a big asset. I promise.

.

My other book is a Book of Prayers and Blessings. This book contains prayers I have found on web sites, social media like Facebook and Pinterest. Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship (ADF) is a Druid organization that is all inclusive. Though they apply the term Druid to all members, they include the Celtic Pantheon of Gods, the Norse faith Asatru, and Greco-Roman/Hellenic faith of ancient Rome and ancient Greece, and others. And if you join the organization CUUPs, they too include prayers for other Gods of other faiths. And I have included prayers for the Celtic and Norse deities in my book of Prayers and Blessings! I have at present have not research prayers of other faiths. Yet.

.

Write your prayers down. It does not matter if they are for the birth of your children, the burial of a loved one or a prayer for a loan to go through to get a house. Write them down. Write them on a pad of paper until your prayers takes the final form it needs to be. And then write the final form in your book. If it is a common prayer said by every body write it down. If it is a prayer of your creation, write it down in the book. But leave room in the book after the prayer so you can record the results of the prayer to see if it worked or not. But write every thing down. You will be happy you did.

.

Nine Blessings!