//
archives

religion

This tag is associated with 52 posts

Archangel Raphael Healing Prayer

“Sweet Raphael, I call on you, I know that you are there. I ask for your healing strength in answer to my prayer. Please take away the sadness, take away the pain. Take me in your healing wings and make me whole again.”

FEOH: The Rune of Help

Feoh is the first rune of the Elder Futhark. It is the consonant “F” in the runic alphabet. Feoh represents “wealth” and the promise of prosperity. This is a rune governed by the element Fire and also represents help in times of need. Feoh in Magick Feoh is a powerful rune in asking for divine aid. … Continue reading

Emerald: “Smaragdos”

Emeralds are among the oldest known gemstones. Their name is derived from the Greek word smaragdos, which evolved from the Old French word esmeralde, meaning green gemstone. Emeralds in Ancient Egypt and other cultures Cleopatra’s Mines, situated near Egypt’s Red Sea, are the oldest emerald mines known to man and emeralds were the queen’s favorite stones. Ancient Egyptian … Continue reading

Winter Haitus

Well, I do believe Winter is officially over. It is time to stop taking the moments for granted and get back to the core of this blog. I am here to share the wisdom of Wicca to anyone, anywhere. If you are willing to learn – I am once again willing to teach. It’s been … Continue reading

Clove: “Syzygium aromaticum”

Cloves are the aromatic dried flower buds of a tree in the family Myrtaceae–ruled by the Sun and governed by the Element Fire. Its energy is bright and can be used to create a powerful protective charm against negativity. It’s forces are highly diverse and can induce psychic visions, advanced cleansing and overall blood purification. … Continue reading

Luis: “Rowan”

Rowan The name “rowan” is derived from the Old Norse name for the tree, raun, which could be derived from raudnian meaning “getting red”. The following are recorded folk names for the rowan: Delight of the eye (Luisliu), Mountain ash, Rune tree, Sorb apple, Thor’s helper, WItchen and Witch wood. Rowans are native to Europe … Continue reading

Bieth: “The Birch”

Birch Basics The Birch tree is known by several folk-names:  Beithe, Bereza, Berke, Beth and Bouleau.  Its associated deity is Thor.  Its gender type is Feminine, its planet ruler is Venus, and its associated element is Water.  Birch is used to attract the powers needed for protection, purification and exorcism. The common birch tree (Betula … Continue reading

Sacred Texts: Gayathri Mantra

Gayatri (Sanskrit: गायत्री, gāyatrī) is the feminine form of gāyatra, a Sanskrit word for a song or a hymn. Originally the personification of the Gayatri mantra[citation needed], and revered by Hindus worldwide, the goddess Gāyatrī is considered the veda mata, the mother of all Vedas and also the personification of the all-pervading Parabrahman, the ultimate … Continue reading

Sacred Texts: Hymn to Agni (Hindu)

(Agni, god of fire in every form, worshiped in every manifestation–sun, lightning, earth, fire– also adored as the spark of life in all of growth, is here invoked as both the sacred flame on the altar, and the highest priest officiating.) I IMPLORE Agni, the chief priest, the divine minister of the sacrifice, the Hotri … Continue reading

Baneberry: “Actaea rubra”

Actaea rubra, also known by the more common name Baneberry, is the first toxic herb to be mentioned on this website. Ruled by Saturn and the Element Earth, baneberry is herbaceous flowering plant native to North America – most commonly Alaska. Since Alaska is a popular state for berry picking, fruits should be thoroughly identified … Continue reading

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 65 other followers