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Who healed the sick in Anglo-Saxon England?

Recently in the UK there have been a number of strikes by hospital doctors over the new contract handed to them by the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt.  1,089 more words


The Rite of Paradoxical Ascent

(Face the west, and adorn the altar or floor with appropriate sigils if possible. Phrases or names in bold are to be vibrated. Italics denotes chanting. 199 more words

Anti-Cosmic Satanism

Bringing in the May

Back in college I became fascinated with the concept of “grow down” as a life goal (thanks to this book.) Over the years that I’ve been evolving into a more earth-oriented lifestyle, I find nothing helps me grow down like observing the Wheel of the Year. 634 more words


May New Moon Ritual & Celebration

This New Moon feels like a welcome celebration, doesn’t it?   Last moon/month was INTENSE!  The month was filled with crisis, change, upheaval, chaos, things falling apart and reaching a point of climax.  501 more words


Ritual é um ato de dar uma pausa na nossa jornada, para que possamos aprender que toda vida é sagrada. O Ritual implica em ritmo, constância, cadência, algo que cria uma frequência de vibração ritmada e constante, o que nos proporciona a capacidade de nos afinar com os ritmos de frequência da natureza, e consequentemente, com os seres afins que se aproximam e interagem com o círculo. 451 more words


Poetry and Ritual as Keys to Transformative Power

I’ve been listening to Krista Tippett’s new book, Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living, and I came across this excerpt from her interview with the theologian, Walter Brueggemann, in which he discusses the power of poetry. 684 more words


First Day of Summer

Greetings! May 4th is the First Day of Summer, the cross-quarter day between Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice. If we think of the summer as the Season of the Light, then we can see that now it is definitely lighter in the mornings.  211 more words