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Trance 1: Yoga and Consecrations

I’m proud to say that I did my Three Realms Yoga* yesterday and this morning.  I went downstairs before anyone else, opened the curtains in the windows facing the back forest, and moved through my poses.   266 more words


Sacred Tree, Sacred Ocean and Giving Thanks

On our property in the forest in Mount Macedon, Australia we had a special tree. It was an old eucalyptus (Messmate – Eucalyptus obliqua) that had seen scores of years and from several fires was scarred and hollowed at the base. 518 more words

Spirituality And Mysticism

What is Samhain?

Samhain (SOW-wain)  Oct 31- Nov1

Samhain is a special time of year for all kinds of people.  It is filled with tricks and treats for many and for others it is the beginning of the New Year.  1,340 more words


T.O.M.B. – Fury Nocturnus

Peaceville – 21st October 2016

Christopher Nosnibor

Christ, this is fucking dark. The video which accompanies ‘Abysmal Channelling’ (the album’s bonus track, perversely enough), depicts scenes of an occult ritual, complete with burning incense, singing bowls, self-mutilation, frenzied bell-ringing, pools of blood, all against a backdrop of murky, mangled industrial noise. 402 more words


How to Praise, Pray, and Worship

As someone who struggled to find resources that weren’t entirely one sided and hard to understand, I believe this post is in order! It explains how to petition to, (in other words, pray to) the Theoi concerning both everyday matters and big events in your life, as well as how to praise them and some general worship tips. 1,285 more words


How to Make Khernips/Lustral Water

Khernips, or Lustral Water, is a mixture used in Hellenic Polytheism to ritually wash away miasma. It is not hard to make, and is an incredibly rewarding addition to any ritual. 156 more words


Ancient Greek Offering Ritual

This ritual is based on what Walter Burkert suggests was the ancient method in his book, “Greek Religion” for an ouranic sacrifice. I’ve made it fireless/almost fireless due to my circumstances, bit I’d like it noted that fire was traditionally used. 287 more words