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Sacred Geometry

The belief that God created the universe according to a geometric plan has ancient origins. I'm not so sure that anything created the universe - or more accurately, the Multi-verse - I kind of believe that it created itself, or in a word, it's come-of itself. But, whatever the case may be I think it's fair-enough to say that there is an intelligence - perhaps an intelligence WE would consider to be Devine - that seems to be, shall we say, in the Director's Chair. And if that's fair to say, then…See More
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Gifts from the Gods; Beer, Corn and Bread

This week we continue our celelbration of Lammas, the Sabbat where we celebrate the beginnings of the harvest. Central to the first harvest is Wheat, Corn and, of course, Beer. Many different civilizations and peoples down the ages and around the world had deities dedicated to beer or brewing, or some related endeavor. There are over 100 different deities to drink a toast to, and we'll take a look at just a few.Deities dedicated to wheat are, for the most part, goddesses, although there are…See More
Aug 9
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Jul 31
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A Lammas Celebration

Lammas is coming soon, the Sabbat where many Wiccans and Pagans celebrate the beginnings of the harvest. This Sabbat is about the cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth -- the grain god dies, but will be reborn again in the spring. Depending on your tradition, you may also observe this Sabbat as the day of the Celtic craftsman god, Lugh. Lugh was known to the Celts as a god of craftsmanship and skill -- in fact, he was known as the Many-Skilled God, because he was good at so many different…See More
Jul 25
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Jul 15
birajdai commented on Radiohawthorne's blog post Reincarnation; Where ya been? Where ya goin?
"re-incarnation thats true you neva die... "Kala-Chakra or the time-wheel will keep rotating and history repeats again and again..we are all energy.. this energy we call it soul..Energy is not created nor can it be destroyed but it changes it…"
Jul 15
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Summertime, Fire and the South

Let's take advantage of these Hot Summer Days! We'll head off to the Southern Quarter and do some Fire Magick!.We'll take a look at the Qualities that the Element of Fire posseses; how they're used in Occult Traditions.Does that sound like Pyrolatry to you? If you worship Fire it just might. Fire is worshipped by itself in many cultures, but more commonly it's associated with Fire Dieties. As you might expect, examples abound.Along all these lines I want to share with you a -sort of poem - or…See More
Jun 27
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A Midsummer Celebration

Blessed Litha to everyone here in the northern half! The sun is high in the sky, the air is all warm and friendly. Let's stay up real late, then we can build some fires and roll them down the hills!. It's been done forever, it's still being done now and it will always be done. We'll talk about where the word Litha comes from and what the holiday means for modern Pagans. Also, interestingly, Midsummer continues to be very important in mainstream societies in different cultures around the world!…See More
Jun 20
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Fruit in Myth and Magick

Fruit appears in myths from around the world. Often it is a symbol of abundance, associated with goddesses of fertility, plenty, and the harvest. And, as you may expect, many of the most significant fruits in world mythology, such as the apple, have different meanings to different cultures. We'll take a short look at many of these. Also, we'll learn how To Use Fruit Symbolism for Good Feng Shui!Be well! Do good!Grab an apple!Enjoy the show.…See More
Jun 13
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Jun 6
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Amulets and Talismans

For this week's show I want to talk about a specific part of the World of Magick; Amulets and Talismans. And you know, the plural of Talisman is not TalisMEN. The plural of talisman is in fact talismans. Well, anyway, what's so great about talisMANS, or amulets, for that matter? Simply the fact that they've always been around and we use them to this very day. In fact people in mainstream religions knowingly use them. So, we're going to try to delinate the difference between an amulet and a…See More
Jun 6
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May 30
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The Language of Flowers

This week here on The Spiral Dance; FLORIOGRAPHY - the Language of Flowers! Interest in floriography soared in Victorian England and in the United States during the 19th century, but Meaning has been attributed to flowers for thousands of years. And so, for springtime, lets look at the magick of 3 springtime flowers; the rose, the tulip, and the dandelion. Also, while the Snowdrop is more a HARBINGER of spring rather than a Spring Flower, I have a traditional story from Hans Christian Anderson…See More
May 30
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Air Magick

This week here on The Spiral Dance, let's listen to the Wind blow, as we talk about Air Magick. We'll start off finding out what the Ancient Greeks had to say about the Air - was it warm and dry, or cold and wet - or maybe even warm and wet! Plato, Aristotle and many others all had opinions. Each of the Four Winds - North, south, east and west have specific magickal properties and are all ruled by specific Gods. But they're not alone; all the minor winds from the northeast to the southwest have…See More
May 23

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Sacred Geometry

Posted on August 15, 2017 at 10:39am 0 Comments

The belief that God created the universe according to a geometric plan has ancient origins. I'm not so sure that anything created the universe - or more accurately, the Multi-verse - I kind of believe that it created itself, or in a word, it's come-of itself.

 

But, whatever the case may be I think it's fair-enough to say that there is an intelligence - perhaps an intelligence WE would consider to be Devine - that seems to be, shall we say, in the Director's…

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Gifts from the Gods; Beer, Corn and Bread

Posted on August 9, 2017 at 9:51am 0 Comments

This week we continue our celelbration of Lammas, the Sabbat where we celebrate the beginnings of the harvest. Central to the first harvest is Wheat, Corn and, of course, Beer.

 

Many different civilizations and peoples down the ages and around the world had deities dedicated to beer or brewing, or some related endeavor. There are over 100 different deities to drink a toast to, and we'll take a look at just a few.

Deities dedicated to wheat are, for the most part,…

Continue

A Lammas Celebration

Posted on July 25, 2017 at 11:04am 1 Comment

Lammas is coming soon, the Sabbat where many Wiccans and Pagans celebrate the beginnings of the harvest. This Sabbat is about the cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth -- the grain god dies, but will be reborn again in the spring.

 

Depending on your tradition, you may also observe this Sabbat as the day of the Celtic craftsman god, Lugh. Lugh was known to the Celts as a god of craftsmanship and skill -- in fact, he was known as the Many-Skilled God, because he was good at so…

Continue

Summertime, Fire and the South

Posted on June 27, 2017 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Let's take advantage of these Hot Summer Days! We'll head off to the Southern Quarter and do some Fire Magick!.

We'll take a look at the Qualities that the Element of Fire posseses; how they're used in Occult Traditions.

Does that sound like Pyrolatry to you? If you worship Fire it just might. Fire is worshipped by itself in many cultures, but more commonly it's associated with Fire Dieties. As you might expect, examples abound.

Along all these lines I want to share with…

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