This is the Candle Magick book I have and I love it. I'm not sure where it is right now...probably packed away in my parent's attic wit hthe rest of my stuff...but there are some really good spells and techniques in the book.
My family is definately doing a Samhain tree this year, how about you?
DIY Natural Room Scents
Throw out all those canned room sprays and make your own natural and safe room scents using simmering waters infused with spices, herbs...
PAGANS AUTHORS FLYING to Ontario, Canada today to present workshops & rituals - Selena Fox from Wisconsin (USA) & Kerr Cuhulain from British Columbia (Canada). Both are speakers at Hamilton Pagan Pride Day on Sunday & each will be doing an intensive tomorrow in a related event.
Herbal Spells for Money, Prosperity, Success, a Job, Courage, and Youth by Anna Riva
Scullcap: To inspire others to give you money, place some scullcap in a small saucer and moisten it with money mist, or money drawing oil. Get a ball of green cord or yarn and wind it around your "nest egg" of scullcap and oil, winding until the herb is completely covered and secure. Tie the cord so that the ball will not unwind and hang above the doorway. All those who enter will become possessed with an unreasonable desire to bring gifts and money to your home. Anoint the ball every seventh day with a few drops of the oil to preserve it's powers. ...Continue Reading
This afternoon ceremony with Sequoyah Trueblood (Choctaw) The Great Ceremony of Life. Please allow me to introduce you to this Elder Wisdom Keeper.
Sequoyah Trueblood is a blood member of the Choctaw nation and a traveling Medicine man who works in the Mountains of British Columbia as well as traveled all over the world holding healing ceremonies. He has served in Vietnam as a Green Beret Special Forces. Sequoyah embodies the heart doctrine and elaborates the ancient teachings of the Mamos and native peoples. He depicts the triune nature of the Creator, as being of the spirit of niawenhko’ wa (great blessings or thankfulness); konnoronhkhwako’ wa (the great love), and skennen’ ko’ wa (the great peace).Trueblood was born in Stroud, Oklahoma. His father is Choctaw/Cherokee/Chickasaw, his mother German/English. Sequoyah grew up on a self-sustaining farm, learning to work the land to survive. He spent many years in residential boarding school, whic...See More
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