Would you like to embark on a transformative journey unlike any other? In this comprehensive guide, award-winning author Raven Grimassi shows you how to craft a Wiccan tradition that is imbued with your unique signature.
Based upon your core beliefs, you can design a spiritual system that best reflects your personal needs. Choose a patron deity, work with egregores, create a Book of Shadows, conduct rituals to honor gods and goddesses—the possibilities are endless.
Perfect for the solitary or group practitioner, this book will help you craft a coherent and empowering traditional structure that is based on strong Wiccan foundations, yet entirely your own. Call forth the power of Wiccan mythos as you explore the sacred circle, ritual and magical correspondences to nature, initiation rites, the eight Sabbats, and the Wheel of the Year.
Pioneer your own spiritual tradition—and take the first step on your personalized path to the divine.
[June 21st] is Litha, the Midsummer Sabbat, as well as Fatherís Day. Itís a perfect day to celebrate the sacred masculine within all of us and to highlight the strong, warm, active power we all possess.
Create an altar with yellow candles, symbols of masculinity, and images of the Sun; include pictures of male relatives and admired men in your life. Cast a circle and stand before the altar,...
You take coffee breaks; why not take a break from work to refresh your spirit?
One of the major illusions of modern life is that we are our jobs. It isnít so. We are not our jobs, we are spirits embodied in flesh that perform useful functions in the world. In the Middle Ages, people were born into classes and guilds, and followed their parents into the family trade. They thought they were...
In Irish tradition, there is a wonderful story of bile, the ancient tree. It grows by the side of a sacred well, and acorns, nuts, and apples spring from its branches.
How wonderful it would be to live in the world of folk-tradition: a magical place where the world is joined-up, the sacred is apparent in the everyday world, and every living thing... read this article