Saturday, 02 June 2007

Wiccan Laws & Creed


Definition: A complex pattern of diverse rites and beliefs, shamanism is a tribal religion in societies without literary tradition. Healing is one function of the shaman and the most important along with prophecy. The shaman uses mystical powers to journey to other worlds or realities and communicate with spirits in order to bring about a balance between the physical and spiritual worlds.

Origins: Shamanism is the oldest form of healing. It is a form of religious medicine that originated over 25,000 years ago in the Paleolithic hunting cultures of Siberia and Central Asia. The word shaman is derived from the Siberian Tungus word "saman," which is defined as a technique of ecstasy. The shaman is considered a great master of trance and ecstasy. He is the dominating figure in certain indigenous populations.Most early cultures' healing practices stem from a shamanic tradition. For instance, when visiting the sick, Egyptian magicians often brought a papyrus roll filled with incantations and amulets in order to drive out demons.The shaman is often the religious leader or priest of the tribe. He is believed to have magical powers that can heal the sick. The shaman is called upon to mediate between the people of the community and the spirit world to cure disease, exorcize evil spirits, and to promote success in hunting and food production and to keep the tribal community in balance. Traditional shamanic rituals included singing, dancing, chanting, drumming, storytelling, and healing. The shaman is a specialist in human souls. He is able to see them and know their form and destiny. The shaman controls the spirits. Rather than being possessed by them, he communicates with the dead, demons, and nature spirits.The shaman's work is based on the belief that the soul can forsake the body even while a person is alive and can stray into other cosmic realms where it falls prey to demons and sorcerers. The shaman diagnoses the problem, then goes in search of the wandering soul and makes it return to the body.Shamanism is still practiced all over the world, although each culture's shamanic tradition has evolved in different ways. Native American medicine men perform soul flights and vision quests to heal. North American Inuit shamans undertake undersea spirit journeys to ensure a plentiful supply of game. Tibetan shamans use a drum to help them in spirit flight and soul retrieval. Central and South American shamans often use hallucinogenic plants to invoke their shamanic journeys. Australian aborigine shamans believe that crystals can be inserted into the body for power.

Author: Jennifer Wurges

Friday, 01 June 2007

Bring Back Lost Love Spell

An easy love spell for the uninitiated or inexperienced that is designed to bring back a lost love:
Light the following candles:
A red candle (South)
A green candle (North)
A yellow candle (East)
A blue candle (West)
Two pink candles Position the candles at the corresponding corners. Hold the two pink candles in your hands and face the red candle (south). Chant the following until you feel satisfied:
"Beautiful Goddess, powerful God, hear my prayer! Lords of fire, burn my desire, times three If it is meant to be, Bring *NAME* back to me."

Wealth and Prosperity Spell

Cast this spell for wealth and prosperity on a SundayYou will need:One piece of money attracting crystal, I find Citrine works perfectly in this spell One gold candle One silver coin One oil burner and Frankincense essential oil On the first stroke of Midnight light the oil burner and the gold candle
Hold the silver coin in your right hand (this is your receiving hand).
As you gaze into the flame of the candle repeat the Angel Invocation:
Archangel Michael I invoke thee to grant my wish tonight
Grant me my wish

And ease my plight
Money luck not greed
Enough to fulfil my needs
Grant my wish and I will remember
To give as I have received
So Mote It Be
Thank the Archangel for helping you and allow the candle to burn down.
Keep the silver coin in your purse or wallet along with the Citrine, this will ensure you will always have enough money to fulfil your needs.

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Wicca Explained

Wicca is a recently created, Neopagan religion. Many Wiccans see their religion as a modern reconstruction of ancient Northern European Pagan beliefs such as the Celts and Druids. Depending on ones beliefs wicca can be viewed as monotheistic recognizing a single

being, "The One", duotheistic where they may recognize a female god and goddess the Lady and the Lord, polytheistic in which they recognize the existence of many gods and goddesses, or atheist where they do not recognize living entities but symbols rather than a god or goddess. Wicca is not affiliated with Satanic beliefs. Wiccans do not recognize the existence of an all evil anti God. Wicca can be called an earth based religion in that they practice rituals to attune themselves with nature and the phases of the moon as it passes between the sun and earth. Wiccans seek to live in harmony with nature.

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Earn By Blogging

Merry Meet

Blogging for me ain't as easy as you might come to think, South African Internet service providers don't really provide the service if I may. My wireless connection is a very expensive, slow and unstable Internet connection. The monthly subscription cost is approximately R700 ($100) which for me is quite a lot of money.
Luckily there are ways to bring down your Internet costs through blogging and the following post I found shows you the easiest ways to actually earn while you blog. Thanks to the wonderful tips provided, I might just be able to actually afford blogging here in South Africa.