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Master the Art of Ritual
From the Dance of Death for Samhain to fire jumping for Bealteine, ritual is at the heart of religious devotion. Reverend Donald Lewis-Highcorrell, author of the Witch School series, is back with an in-depth exploration of ritual from a Correllian perspective.
The Wheel of the Year is an ideal framework for mastering the art of ritual. Moving through the sabbats, Lewis-Highcorrell covers every step of formal ritual—casting the circle, invoking the quarters, performing the magical working, sharing the offering, and closing the circle.
Encouraging improvisation and innovation, Lewis-Highcorrell also offers tips for keeping ceremonies fresh. There are suggestions for decorating, costumes, colors, and props. Sample ceremonies, which can easily be adapted for solitary practitioners, are offered as inspiration for creating your own effective and moving rituals.
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Samhain is the festival at which we honor the ancestors. Some groups make more of this aspect of the holiday than others, often depending upon the strength of the group members’ relationships with their ancestors. Some Wiccans are very strongly connected to their ancestors and honor them daily, often receiving clairvoyant messages from them on a regular basis. Other Wiccans feel very disconnected...
With its focus on fun and frivolity, it's no wonder Beltane is one of the most festive Sabbats of the year for many modern Pagans. Held each year on or around May 1st, Beltane is a celebration of vitality, fertility, strength, and growth reflecting a blending of many traditions. It gets its name from the pre-Christian Celtic Bealtaine, which... read this article