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Saturday, December 14, 2013

yule is next week!

The Wiccan celebration of Yule has many aspects, but it is easy to make it your own.

Simple Sabbat Cakes

These are good to use in any ritual for cakes and ale. I like to shape them into crescents.

3/4 cup soft butter
2 cups brown sugar
2 eggs
1 Tbsp lemon juice
2 tsp grated lemon zest
2 cups flour
1 cup finely chopped nuts of choice I use almonds but walnuts would work fabulously

Cream butter then gradually add sugar until light and fluffy. Add eggs, lemon juice and zest. Blend well. Stir in flour and nuts. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Shape into one inch balls or crescents and bake 3 inches apart on greased or parchment covered cookie sheet for eight minutes at 375 degrees. Cool on wire racks before serving.

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~Daily Prayer~

I greet this day
With a clear mind
Ready to embrace 
What she wants me to find
I soak in her wisdom
Her love and her strength
To pay her respect
I'd go any length
She gives us beauty
Stability and warmth
Each day anew
Each day a rebirth
Blessed be
More evidence that crows are smarter than you think.

10 Mysteries That Hint At Forgotten Advanced Civilizations
Prehistory literally means the time “before we had written records” (roughly the time before the 4th Century BC) and ancient history is the time since our recorded history. Our concept of ancient history was originally firmly 

Well, as we have all seen from the post shared from this page earlier today, Wisdom does not just reside with only ONE religion, ONE belief, ONE God, ONE doctrine, ONE culture, ONE race, ONE philosophy, ONE country, ONE government, ONE morality.

It is truly, multi-faceted, multi-layered and like an ever-growing flower - petal upon petal, layers upon layers, and the intelligence and Divine Knowledge that is sent forth.

There are no Words, there are no Images, there are no catechisms or initiatory rites that can permeate the Human Heart without that HUMAN accepting responsibility for his or her own part of the Cosmos.

For believe it or not…we do make our own reality. We do shape it, form it, feed it and set it free.

IT is Us and WE are THEM and we must be ever diligent to be sure of which side we reside. For our numbers are counted and the faces named and the souls tabulated.

Which side are you on? – BW

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Magical and Spiritual Philosophies

The road to Enlightenment leads to the Self. This can make the practice of any spiritual path a lonely one.

Many people want instant enlightenment. They want to find that one book or path that will quickly give them what they want. 

Or they seem to think belonging to a group will get them from ‘A to Z’ more expeditiously.

True, books and groups can help one through the basics faster. On the flip-side, the faster you learn, retain and put into use the basics, the sooner you may find yourself at a stalemate.

What comes next can’t be ‘taught’. You either get it or you don’t.

…growth to adepthood depends on the individual and the Self Work the individual does. That may sound easy but it isn't.

The Great Work of getting to ‘know thyself’ is a life-long journey laden with set-backs, disaster, confusion, loss of faith, profound disappointment and many other hard lessons.

The rewards, however, far outweigh those obstacles. “

Source: The Complete Book of Demonolatry by S. Connolly – DB Publishing - 2006

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~Birds are often seen as omens, objects of worship, and even forecasters of weather. They communicate to anyone who will learn to listen. Each person though, based upon a solid knowledge, must learn to sense how the truth of the bird's communication translates into his life. information comes to us through Nature and all of her creatures... ~The body and mind knows and senses that what we see is significant. The flight of the bird, and time the bird first appeared, and how other birds and animals responded are messages rich in meaning for us. Nature reflects the Creator within the physical world. The animals in Nature are the shadows of those mirrored reflections ~<3 a="" class="profileLink" data-hovercard="/ajax/hovercard/page.php?id=253312468020761" href="" nbsp="" nimal="" rtist:="" saprocessedanchor="true" speak="" style="color: #3b5998; cursor: pointer; text-decoration: none;">Robert Bateman
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Pagan History of the Yule Tree

Yule Trees aka Christmas trees are a central part of the holiday celebrations around the world. Families gather around them to exchange gifts, cities put them up in squares and town halls, you'll find them in nearly every hotel and shopping mall... Although there's some debate as to whether the Yule/Xmas tree as it's used today has Pagan origins, it's clear that several non-christian cultures brought evergreen plants indoors at the time of the winter solstice.

Dating back “centuries before a Christ”, cultures brought evergreen trees, plants, and leaves into their homes upon the arrival of the winter solstice, which occurs in the northern hemisphere between December 21st and 22nd. Although the specific practices were different in each country and culture, the symbolization was generally the same: to celebrate the return of life at the beginning of winter's decline.

Egyptians particularly valued evergreens as a symbol of life's victory over death. They brought green date palm leaves into their homes around the time of the winter solstice.

Druid priests in Great Britain also used evergreen plants and mistletoe in pagan ceremonies, and the mistletoe plant was the symbol of the birth of a God. Celtic Druids and Norseman of Scandinavia also used mistletoe in a mysterious ceremony just after the winter solstice.

Romans had a public festival called Saturnalia, which lasted one week beginning on December 17th, and included a variety of celebrations around the winter solstice. Curiously, the Roman winter solstice was marked on December 25th on the Julian calendar. These celebrations are thought to have merged with pagan practices of hanging mistletoe and the burning of the Yule log.

In Britain, the Yule log was originally seen as a magical amulet, and eventually made it into the hand's of Father Christmas. In Italy the Yule log is still burned for the "Festa di Ceppo". In Catalonia, the log is wrapped in a blanket until Christmas Eve, when it's unwrapped and burned for the custom of "fer cagar el tio". And in Serbia, families bring the Yule log (known as a "badnjak") into their homes on Christmas Eve to be burned along with prayers to God to bring happiness, luck, and riches.

In the mid 1500's, Germans began using evergreen trees as a symbol of hope for the coming of spring. This practice is likely to have gradually evolved from Pagan rituals of past, and merged with the celebration of Xmas leading to the tree's being shared as it were by other religions.

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I'm off...The day the earth stood still (original one) is on, and I'm feeling nostalgic on watching true paranoia in action. Goddess bless, my friends. )O(
This made me smile at its sweetness. I might have to create my own!

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It's Yule, the season of the winter solstice, in the northern hemisphere. This is a time of light and a time of gathering together with friends and family, and a natural part of that is to celebrate with feasting and food. Whether you're planning a small get-together for your immediate family, or a large event with your entire circle of friends, now is a good time to do mix up some kitchen magic that celebrates the themes of the season! Try some of our favorite Yule-themed recipes to get your celebration started!

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Sun King Tomato Soup
 Yule, the winter solstice, marks the return of the sun, as it begins to make its way back towards the earth. Celebrate this festival of light with a nice rich bowl of Sun King Soup -- the bright sun colors and smooth texture are just the thing for either an appetizer, or a light meal at Yule. Read Full Article
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Make a Pot of Wassail

Enjoy a pot of warm wassail!
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Wassail was originally a word that meant to greet or salute someone -- groups would go out wassailing on cold evenings, and when they approached a door would be offered a mug of warm cider or ale. Over the years, the tradition evolved to include mixing eggs with alcohol and asperging the crops to ensure fertility. While this recipe doesn't include eggs, it sure is good, and it makes your house smell beautiful for YuleRead Full Article
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Baked Spaghetti Squash
Despite the fact that squash peaks around November, you can usually find some nice ones available up through Yule. This versatile vegetable is a bright sunny yellow -- just right for celebrating the return of the sun at the winter solstice. It also happens to be a perfect substitute for pasta, and tastes so much richer. Add butter and garlic, and it's a fabulous side dish for your Yule menu! Read Full Article
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Chocolate Yule Log

Celebrate with a Yule log!
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The Yule log is a traditional feature of most winter solstice celebrations. In addition to making one you can burn in your fireplace, why not whip together a tasty chocolate one for dessert? This super-easy recipe uses a boxed cake mix as its base (although obviously you can make it from scratch, if you're handy in the kitchen), and can be put together ahead of time for your Yule celebration dinner. Chill overnight for easy slicing the next day. Read Full Article
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There are so many great ways you can decorate your home for the Yule season. You can either adapt store-bought Christmas decorations, or make your own Pagan-themed home decor for the season. For many people, this is a time to reconnect with the spirits of nature - why not use natural items for your home decor? Wreaths, boughs, branches and pine cones all work well as a way to decorate your halls and your walls. Here are some of our favorite wintertime crafts to spice up your holiday season!
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Decorate Your Holiday Tree
Do you need ideas for Pagan-themed decorations for your holiday tree? Crafting ornaments is a great project for the whole family to get involved in. Why not take an afternoon to put together some magic that you can hang on your tree, so you can share the spirit of the season?

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The Scents of the Season

Enjoy the scents of the season.
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One of the best things about the winter solstice season is the smell - fragrant cinnamon, heady pine, and so many other scents bring to mind the memories of our childhoods and other happy times. Here are some craft projects you can work on that will evoke the scents of the season.

The Magic of the Yule Log
The Yule log is an ancient tradition, but you can make one for your own family's holiday celebration. Put one together with items you find outside, and include it as part of your Yule ritual.

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There are so many great ways you can decorate your home for the Yule season. Here's how you can create Yule greeting cards for friends and family, some fun and simple ornaments, a Pagan twist on the "manger" scene, some seasonally-scented potpourri and incense, and more!
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    Share and Print Spells: Yuletide

    Some of these shares are old. Some of just cool, some are fun and some of these have very old spell words and ideas. They are not always going to sound "Wiccan friendly." Remember not all Witches are Wiccan and some of these spells, poems and shares can be older than Wicca.

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    Brigid's Well, located just outside of Kildare, Ireland is considered to be both holy and imbued with healing powers. This is, in fact one of two wells known as "Brigid's Well." This is because both wells emanate from the same spring. There is some debate about the holiness of the spring itself as the wells are considered sacred to both Pagans and Christians, as is Brigid herself.

    To the old Irish/Celtic religion, Brigid (Pronounced BREED or BRIDE) was one of three daughters of the Tuatha De Danann. She was a Goddess of the elements, ruling over creativity, smith-craft, knowledge and healing. It is unclear as to when the Wells became associated with Brigid, but it is known that the Priestesses of Brigid cared for both her Sacred Well (which of the two is now unknown) as well as her Eternal Flame in Kildare.

    Once Christianity came on to the scene and forced their faith on the Celts, Brigid of the Tuatha De Danann transformed herself into Saint Brigid of Kildare complete with new mythology. In her new story Brigid became the daughter of a Druid slave family who was unable to eat any food given her because of the impurity of the Druids. She supposedly preformed a great many miracles and extended many kindnesses. She was given the title of "Mary of the Gaels."

    The dual-religious nature of the site is still visible today. Christian worshipers asking for healing follow specific instructions, including where to kneel, which prayers to say and how many times, etc. Many leave behind rosaries as gifts. Pagan worshipers on the other hand continue to leave many votives and offerings, most notably ribbons. According to Pagan belief, healing occurs upon proper offering, followed by drinking of the water.

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