Posted in Magickal Living on February 10, 2017|
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In a little over an hour I plan to take advantage of some powerful lunar eclipse energy and send another jolt of the peace and love vibrations to our Love/Peace egregore that is hovering over planet Earth. Remember last July we started this collection of thought forms (an egregore) to overshadow the fear based one that has had our planet under its oppressive influence?
Our energy of love and peace has made a difference! I know some days it doesn’t seem that way, but the first thing I thought of on January 21st with the world wide peaceful marches was the egregore we had created.
Since today there is a lunar eclipse, and he the magick is extra strong, I plan to join with coven mates and we will build the energy over a few hours to finally release it in the form of a giant quasar like burst to supplement the Love/Peace energy we started last summer. Eclipses contain the energy of all moon phases over about 4 hours. Search the web to find out the times for the lunar eclipse for February 10/11, 2017. The next lunar eclipse will be in August and we can do this same ritual again to keep the positive going.
Please give a thought to whatever full moon ritual you are doing and join your love/peace energy with ours as we send it to heal blessed Gaia. Many thanks!
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Posted in Magickal Living on February 3, 2017|
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Imbolc has marked the beginning of early spring here at the magickal cottage. This particular Imbolc was special for me in that I was reborn into a first degree priestess with my new coven. Going from being a solitary for so many years to being part of a coven has been a rewarding experience indeed. The timing was right just as the timing dictates when the new lambs are birthed and the seeds begin to stir beneath the soil. Our lady, Brigid, is the goddess of midwives and so associated with Imbolc. What new wishes are you birthing into your life? I, of course, am turning my attention to the garden, and as soon as the rain lets up I will lose myself outdoors. As I gaze out the window my mind paints pictures of the possible projects and changes soon to take place.
I made several Brigid’s crosses this year. I was delighted to find that the leaves of poor man’s orchid, which grows in our yard in excess, works wonderfully for making the crosses. When folded over the leaves bend and don’t break. An ancient solar symbol, Brigid’s cross reminds us of the return of longer days and abundant growth.
Here’s to the beginning of the light half of the wheel that makes up our year! May old Sol smile on you and your magickal home. ❤
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