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Lilith Rising: An Energy Raising Ritual Invoking the Goddess Lilith

The goddess Lilith is portrayed in mythology and religious texts as something of a chimera. According to these stories, she is alternately a deadly terrifying hag and a seductress in possession of a raw, punishing sexuality. She is the mother of demons, an eviscerating screech owl and the cause of sexual powerlessness men. Her mythology seems to have arisen from ….

Mercury Retrograde Reverse Psychopomp Ritual

Fear of Mercury Retrograde Mercury Retrograde is without a doubt the most talked about and feared retrograde of them all. That is probably because it’s the only one the vast majority of people know about. And yes, many people experience frustration in travel, commerce in communications during the period that Mercury appears to do the backward mambo across the night ….

Celebrating Abundance When All Is Strife

Today was the Equinox, celebrated around the world by many cultures, ancient and modern, as a thanks for the harvest. It marks a period of fatness before the hibernation of the winter. People offer prayer in exchange for abundance, the joy of comraderie with friends, delicious meals that involve mead and squash–all things which are delightful. But the Earth and ….

The Hidden Web – The Magus/Magician

I was not surprised to draw The Magus¬†card today. I have been working the realm of the¬†Hierophant, studying astrology so that I have a deeper understanding of the cards and my own “soul map.” In fact, the mental energy of doing that and making those connections for myself about my own life has caused some restlessness and whirring thoughts (unsurprising ….

Kali Demon Cleanse

This post contains a suggestion for a visualization technique that I have used to reduce the symptoms of PTSD. It is not meant to cure or diagnose. It can be used by magical practitioners and non-practitioners alike. I left the wording vague. Meeting Darkness With the Dark I have found that sometimes my darkness is so thick that only other ….

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