A smaller portable sized leather journal with various emabossings across the front and back. Features a leather button and elastic closure and 100 blank and unlined pages. One book per item ordered. 5" x 7"
A small journal design to fit in a bag or large pocket this delightful little journal is embossed front and back with various flower and vine designs. Features a metal lock and 120 blank and unlined pages. One book per item ordered. Flower and vine design may vary. 3 3/4" x 5"
A handmade leather journal with heavy Celtic knotwork embossed on one side and the Tree of Life on the other. Features a metal lock and 40 blank and unlined pages. One book per item ordered. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4"
For our ancestors the whole world was alive with spirits. The Gods bubbled forth from rivers and springs and whispered in the breezes that rustled through cities and farms. The ground underfoot, the stones, the fire that cooked the food and drove off the darkness, these all had spirits—not just spirits in some other dimension, but spirits in them who could be spoken to and allied with. In today’s world we are led to believe that the spirits long ago went silent and that spiritual wisdom can only be gained through established religious doctrine.
Providing a guide for opening two-way conversation with the spirits of daily life as well as direct communication with the Gods, Kenaz Filan and Raven Kaldera explore how to enrich your spiritual path with personal gnosis—asking your Guides for assistance or teachings and receiving a response. They explain how to develop your sensitivity to the voices of the Divine, discern genuine spiritual messages from the projection of internal psychodrama, and what to do (and not do) with the messages you receive. Confirming their own personal gnosis with Northern Tradition Pagan beliefs and Greco-Roman, Celtic, Egyptian, and indigenous hunter-gatherer lore, the authors discuss how to avoid theological conflicts when someone’s personal gnosis differs from that of their Pagan group as well as how to authenticate messages with individual and group divination. Offering practices and principles for seekers and groups, they reveal that the spirits never went silent, we simply forgot how to hear them.
That’s Faerie songstress and bard Sharon Knight on the cover, lending her enchanting presence to this special issue on the Element of Fire.
Get Fired Up: Thrill at the wonder, glory, and (let’s face it) danger of dancing with Fire in Phil Brucato’ guide to Pagan fire dancing “Brave Enough to Burn” and travel to the Land of Enchantment, as Amanda Morris shares the inside scoop on her magickal homeland in “A Witches’ Guide to New Mexico.”
Meet Bright Stars: This issue guest-stars a quartet of fascinating Pagan notables. Enjoy a conversation with Llewellyn author Thea Sabin (Wicca for Begginners and A Teaching Handbook for Wiccans and Pagans); thrill to our exclusive sit-down with the one-and-only gothic tribal mistress Sharon Knight of Pandemonaeon; and up-and-coming Australian witch and author Gede Parma.
Light Up Your Magick: Susan Harper teaches us to bring the mercurial element of Fire into our daily lives, Bri Saussy sheds light on Pagan uses for those ubiquitous Novena candles, and Cathie Rayes discusses what to do when “mirror spells” just aren’t enough.
PLUS Raven Grimassi on making herbal ashes for magickal work; myth and lore of trees; ancestral Fire worship; candle magick with Deborah Blake; solitary practice from Teo Bishop; John Michael Greer spikes Pagan myths about the “good olde days,” and Fritz Muntean warns us of the dangers of white-washing the “W” word. Pagan short fiction and poetry, a rousing guest editorial by Valentine McCay-Ridell on the place of politics in Paganism, letters from readers, no-holds-barred reviews, and lots more! 88 pages, published in spring of 2013.
Satya Celestial Incense is another wonderful fragrance from Shrinivas Sugandhalaya. This incense offers the warm, sweet and earthy aroma of quality sandalwood blended to perfection with the sweet fragrance of fine vanilla. Sold by wieght not stick count.15g
Nag Champa Incense is one of the most popular incense in the world, with a rare and unique fragrance obtained from a secret blend said to contain champa flowers, sandalwood oil, spices and rare gums. Nag Champa Midnight combines the original Nag Champa scent with a musky aroma. The natural ingredients are perfectly blended to create a sweet, long lasting yet earthly fragrance which will last for hours. Recognised as being an exceptional incense for deep calming meditation and for creating sacred spaces, Nag Champa will provide the suitable atmosphere to bring the sacred thoughts.
This hexing oil is from an old formula. It can be used in many ways: anoint parchment or candle. Rub or throw onto an enemy or their articles. An intense mix to send remorse to your foe. Use with caution.