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Ten Types Of Empaths

In Pagan Basics by PaganGreen

  Ten Types Of Empaths While being an Empath can have its many positives and benefits, it can also weigh us down heavily with confusion, disorientation and anxiety. That is why it’s important to put a name to what we individually experience to better understand ourselves, and identify others who share the same abilities as us.   For this reason, …

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Healing

In Pagan Basics, Rituals, Spells by PaganGreen

Contemporary witches and Wiccans view healing as one of their most important functions. They use a wide range of healing techniques, including magic; herbal and folk remedies; body work and energy work; Native American Indian and shamanic techniques (see shamanism); and Western approaches to medicine and psychology. Some Witches are professional healers, trained in Eastern and/or Western medicine and psychology. …

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Hag

In Pagan Basics by PaganGreen

An old, ugly woman believed to be a witch or sorceress; also, a supernatural, demonic being whose powers enable her to live an incredibly long time. The origin of the term “hag” is found in the ancient Goddess beliefs and myths of the Egyptians, Greeks, Celts and pagan Europeans. The Egyptian heq was a matriarchal ruler in predynastic times, one …

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The pentagram

In Magick Symbols, Pagan Basics, Pagan Witches Tools by PaganGreen

The pentagram is a recognized and important symbol of witchcraft, it is a five pointed star with a single upright point, this represents spirit above matter, inverted it represents matter above spirit, and is associated with gain. It is a disk made of clay, wax, copper, wood, silver or gold. Silver is the metal of the Moon, the element of …

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Familiars

In Animal Magick, Mythology, Pagan Basics by PaganGreen

In folklore, low-ranking demons in constant attention to witches for the purpose of carrying out spells and bewitchments. Familiars usually assumed animal forms—cats, toads, owls, mice and dogs were the most common—though virtually any animal or insect could be suspected. In witchcraft trials, if so much as a fly buzzed in the window while a witch was being questioned or …

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Elements

In Pagan Basics by PaganGreen

The four elements of nature—earth, air, water and fire—form the foundation of natural magic. The elements are associated with the cardinal points of the magic circle and with a hierarchy of spirits—beings called elementals. In Western occultism, the four elements are considered the basis of all life, not only on the planet but throughout the universe as well, linking humankind …

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Elementals

In Magick, Pagan Basics by PaganGreen

Spirits that personify the four elements— earth, air, fire and water. The term elementals also is applied to nature spirits, which exist in all things in nature and look after animals, insects, birds, rocks and plants. Elementals are summoned to assist in magic related to nature. Earth elementals are known as gnomes; fire as salamanders; water as undines; and air …

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Creation of a Spell

In Pagan Basics, Pagan Witches, Spells by PaganGreen

(1) The Purpose for the Spell , I’m sure if you need a Spell , one has already been written , But my personal insight on this , is it is always best to write your own , to tailor it to your own needs .Below is an example list ,but not just limited to the list . Protection Prosperity/Money …

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The Wand

In Pagan Basics, Pagan Witches, Pagan Witches Tools by PaganGreen

The wand is a symbol of Fire and should be placed in the South of the altar. The wand is sometimes represented by a spear. Both the wand and spear, like the athame and sword, are male symbols. The spear, another Fire symbol, is not used in magick, except occasionally in the form of a sharpened stick in sacred sex …

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Symbols Of Magick

In Magick Symbols, Pagan Basics by PaganGreen

Although you can carry out rituals using absolutely anything, you may like to create a special set of symbols for a variety of rituals. These you can keep in a separate box within your main store of magick artefacts so they do not get scattered or broken. You may include a thimble to symbolise domestic affairs, a tiny padlock for …