Saturday, August 20, 2011

Astrological Candle Colors


Aquarius (January 20 - February 18) : Light Blue or Pale Yellow

Pisces (February 19 - March 20) : Aquamarine

Aries (March 21 - April 19) : Red

Taurus (April 20 - May 20) : Green

Gemini (May 21 - June 21) : Yellow or Orange

Cancer (June 22 - July 22) : White or Dark Green

Leo (July 23 - August 22) : Gold or Yellow

Virgo (August 23 - September 22) : Gray or Marbled

Libra (September 23 - October 22) : Royal Blue

Scorpio (October 23 - November 21) : Red

Sagittarius (November 22 - December 21) : Purple

Capricorn (December 22 - January 19) : Black

Friday, August 19, 2011

Totem Animal Symbolism

Adder- Transformation, Healing, Life Energy, Rebirth, Resurrection, Initiation, Wisdom, Cunning, Reincarnation

Alligator, Crocodile- Maternal Protection, Connection to the Earth Mother, Protection from Manipulation, Understanding Deceit, Revenge Through Patience, Initiation, Understanding Weather, Access to Ancient Knowledge, Aggression, Survival, Adaptability

Ant- Patience, Stamina, Planning, Energy, Communal Living, Storing for the Future, Group Minded, Perseverance, Step by Step, Teamwork, Industriousness, Order and Discipline

Badger- Keeper of Stories, Bold Self-Expression, Aggressiveness, Single-Mindedness, Passion, Cunning, Revenge, Perseverance, Control, Antidote to Passivity or Victimization, Persistence in the Service of a Mission, Groundedness, Knowledge of the Earth, Earth Magick and Wisdom, Creative Action in a Crisis, Protection of Rights and Spiritual Ideas

Bat- Death and Rebirth, Guardian of the Night, Cleaner

Bear- Introspection, Healing, Solitude, Change, Communication with Spirit, Death and Rebirth, Transformation, Astral Travel, Creature of Dreams, Shamans and Mystics, Visionaries, Defense and Revenge, Wisdom, Thoughtfulness, Need for Retreat, Rest, Natural Strength, Primal Power, Sovereignty, Intuitions Married with Instinct, Awakening the Power of the Unconscious, Introspection, Mother, Cunning, Healer, Dreaming, Direction, Connection to Creator, Nature's Pharmacist

Beaver- Doer, Builder, Gatherer

Bee- Connection to the Goddess Diana, Understanding Female Warrior Energy, Reincarnation, Communication with the Dead, Helping Earth-Bound Spirits Move on to Their Proper Place, Concentration, Prosperity, Community, Celebration, Organization, Fertility and the Honey of Life, Sweetness of Truth

Blackbird- Enchantment, The Gateway, The Inner Call, Understanding of the Energies of Mother Nature

Boar- The Warrior Spirit, Leadership, Direction

Bobcat- Clear Vision in Dark Places, Vigilance, Suspicion, Seeking Ancient Mystical Mysteries, Ability to Live in Solitude, Ability to See Through Masks

Buffalo- Earth Creativity, Feminine Courage, Abundance, Knowledge, Generosity, Hospitality, Sharing Work, Courage, Strength, Challenge, Survival, Giving for the Greater Good, Formulating Beneficial Plans, Prayer, Sacredness, Life Builder.

Bull- Wealth, Potency, Beneficence, Fertility

Cat- Independence, Protection, Love, Allows us to Dream its Dreams, Assists in Meditation, Ability to Fight when Cornered, Mystery, Magic, Guardianship, Detachment, Sensuality, Aloofness, Balance, Wisdom, Recuperative Power, Reincarnation, Strong Protector, Self-Assured, Searching for Hidden Information, Seeing Spirits

Chameleon- Use of Color as Camouflage, Survival, Patience, Ability to Climb to Attain Ones Goals, Using the Sun as a Source of Power

Cheetah- Ability to Focus Intently on Something for a Short Period of Time, Swiftness, Self-Esteem, Accelerating Time, Keenness of Sight, Speed, Making Events Occur Quicker

Cobra- Soul Guide, Memory of the Soul World, Transmutation of the Soul, Past Life Memories, Wisdom of the Goddess, Freedom from Religious Persecution

Cougar- Using Leadership Power Wisely and Without Ego, Balancing Power, Intention, Strength, Gaining Self-Confidence, Freedom from Guilt, Cunning, Savagery, Fury, Remorseless, Hunting, Seeking of Freedom, Balancing Intention, Power, Coming into Your Own Power, Courage, Swiftness, Balance

Cow- Being Alert to Danger, Contentment, Great Mother Goddess, Love, Connection to the Grasses, Sharing through Community, Vitality, Health, Prosperity, Life of the Land, Nourishment, Motherhood

Coyote- Understanding That All Things are Sacred--Yet Nothing is Sacred, Intelligence, Ability to Laugh at One’s Own Mistakes, Shape-Shifting, Teaching Balance Between Risk and Safety, Illumination, Stealth, Clowning and Humor, Wisdom of Folly, Prankster, Insight, Playful.

Crab- Ability to Escape by Moving Sidewise, Understanding the Power of Dance, Ability to Move Through Water (Emotions), Male Aspects of Community, Protection of Home Space

Crow- Guardian of the Place Before Existence, Carrier of Souls from Darkness into Light, Working Without Fear in Darkness, Guidance While Working in Shadow, Moves Freely in the Void, Understands all Things Related to Ethics, Shapeshifter, Secret Magic of Creation, Thief, Trickery, Boldness, Skill, Cunning, Single-Mindedness, A Bringer of Knowledge, Swiftness, Eloquence

Deer, Stag- Gentleness, Healing, Connection to the Earth and the Forest, Keen Scent, Grace, Swiftness, Being Alert for Any Danger, Psychic Powers, Innocence, Love, Kindness, Sensitivity, Pride, Independence, Purification, Strength, Nobility.

Dog- Guidance, Protection, Loyalty, Faithfulness, Devotion, Trust

Dolphin- Change, Wisdom, Balance, Harmony, Communication Skills, Freedom, Trust, Water Element Magick, Life, Breath, Communion with Nature, Protection, Psychic Awareness, Eloquence, Freedom, Magick, Discovery, Truth, Kindness, Play.

Dove- Peace, Love, Spirit messenger, Feminine Energies, Maternity, Prophesy

Dragon- Ancient Powers, Intelligence, Ferocity, Elemental Magick, Extra Power, Protection, Instruction in the Spiritual

Dragonfly- Dreams, Illusions, Understanding Dreams, Truth, Power of Light (Luminescence of Colors), Flighty, Carefree.

Eagle, Golden Eagle, Sea Eagle- Swiftness, Strength, Courage, Wisdom, Keen Sight, Illumination of Spirit, Healing, Creation, Knowledge of Magick, Ability to See Hidden Spiritual Truths, Connection to Spirit Guides and Teachers, Power, Intelligence, Renewal, Clear Vision, The Solar Bird, Spiritual Power, Carries Souls Back to the Dreamtime, Soul World Memory, Retrieves Lost Soul Parts.

Elk- Strength, Agility, Freedom, Power, Nobility

Elephant- Memory, Strength, Ancient Wisdom, Power

Falcon- Soul Healing, Accompanying the Soul Back to the Soul World, Teaching Swiftness, Controlling Speed and Movement, Understanding Magick, Astral Travelling, Healing

Fox- Shape-shifting, Cleverness, Observational Skills, Cunning, Stealth, Camouflage, Feminine Courage, Invisibility, Ability to Observe Unseen, Persistence, Gentleness, Swiftness, Diplomacy, Wildness, Adaptation, Slyness, Wisdom, Protection, Provider, Intelligence.

Frogs, Toads- Sensitivity, Medicine, Hidden Beauty and Power, Cleansing, Healing Magicks, Faith, Miracles

Goat- Sure Footedness, Seeking New Heights

Goose- Vigilance, Parenthood, Productive Power, The Call of the Quest, Travels to Legendary Places, Luck, Innocence, Story Telling, Fertility, Fidelity, Symbol of 8 and Infinity

Hawk- Clear-Sightedness, Being Observant, Far-Memory, Messages from Spirit, Guardianship, Recalling Past Lives, Courage, Wisdom, Illumination, Seeing the Larger Picture, Creativity, Truth, Experience, Wise Use of Opportunities, Overcoming Problems, Nobility, Recollection, Cleansing, Visionary Power, Defense, New Life, Primal Life Force, Fulfillment, Messenger

Hornet, Wasp, Yellow jacket- Use of Female Warrior Energy, Sisterhood, Understanding Female Societies, Communal Living

Horse- The Goddess, the Land, Travel, Power, Freedom, Strength, Movement, Grace, Dignity, Stamina, Endurance, Faithfulness, Journey, Swiftness, Friends, Loyalty, Astral Traveling.

Hummingbird- Messenger, Stopper of Time.

Jaguar- Seeing the Roads Within Chaos, Understanding the Patterns of Chaos, Moving Without Fear in the otherworld realms, Facilitating Soul Work, Empowering Oneself, Moving in Unknown Places, Shape-shifter, Psychic Sight, Releasing Fear

Leopard, Snow Leopard- Sensitivity to Touch, Stalking, Approaching Someone Unseen, Movement in Shadow Worlds, Communication with Plant Kingdom, Understanding One’s Shadow Side, Trusting One’s Inner Self, Agility, Strength

Lion- Letting Go of Stress, Strong Family Ties, Strength, Courage, Energy, Ferocity, Assertion of the Feminine and the Power of the Female Sun

Lizard- Detachment from Ego, Power to Regenerate That Which is Lost, Facing Fear, Controlling Dreams, Moving in the Otherworld, Conservation, Agility.

Lynx- Keenness of Sight, Divination, Developing Psychic Senses, Keeper of all Secrets and Mysteries, Movement Through Time and Space, Secrets and Vision of the Hidden and Unseen

Moose- Headstrong, Unstoppable Longevity.

Mountain Lion- Using Leadership Power Wisely and Without Ego, Balancing Power, Intention, Strength, Gaining Self-Confidence, Freedom from Guilt, Cunning

Mouse- Shyness, Quiet, Attention to Detail, Sneakiness

Otter- Joy, Playfulness, Sharing, Feminine Power, Helpfulness, Sharing, Adventure, the Magick of Joy, Youthful Exuberance, Zeal, Laughter, Curiosity, Mischievous.

Owl- Silent and Swift Movement, Seeing Behind Masks, Keen Sight, Messenger of Secrets and Omens, Shape-Shifting, Link Between the Dark, Unseen World and the World of Light, Comfort with Shadow Self, Moon Magick, Freedom, Silent Wisdom, Nocturnal Vision, Healing Powers, Magical, Detachment, Change, the Mystery of Magic, Omens, the Arts, Watchfulness, Night Magicks, Truth, Patience.

Panther- Astral Travel, Guardian Energy, Symbol of the Feminine, Understanding of Death, Reclaiming Ones Power, Ability to Know the Dark, Death, Rebirth, Swiftness, Cunning, Strength, Perseverance, Boldness, Beauty,. Gaining Confidence

Phoenix- Overcoming Impossible Odds, Reincarnation, New Life/Cycles, Cleansing Energy of Fire, Rebirth, Renewal, Growth Spiritually, Strength, Energy

Pig, Sow- Crone Goddess, Rooting out the Truth, Deep Earth Magick, Past Life Knowledge, Intelligence, Cunning, Generosity, Nourishment, Discovery

Rabbit, Hare- Guile, Quick-Thinking, Humility, Strengthening Intuition, Releasing Fear, Overcoming the Past, Resolution to Change, Fertility, New Life, Alertness, Nurturing, Rebirth, Balance

Raccoon- Curiosity, Creativity, Dexterity, Disguise

Raven- Healing, Initiation, Protection, Magic, Shape-shifting, Creation, Help with Divination, Wisdom, Eloquence, Magick of the Crone, Trickster, Teacher, Hoarder.

Salamander- Connects Earth and Water, Connection to Soul Memories, Change, Comfort in Darkness, Ability to Cloak in the Face of Adversity

Salmon- Understanding Divination Messages, Rebirth of Spiritual Knowledge, Instinct, Persistence, Determination, Wisdom, Inspiration, Rejuvenation

Scorpion- Death, Rebirth, Transmutation, Repelling Negativity

Seal- Protection, Lucid dreaming, Creativity, Love, Longing, Dilemma, Active Imagination

Shark- Ability to Move Constantly, Remorselessness, Never Being Caught Off Guard, Ability to Defend Oneself, Hunter, Survival, Adaptability

Sheep, Ram- Confidence in Ones Abilities, Fertility, Courage, New beginnings, Abundance, Assurance in New Areas, Sacrifice, Breakthrough, Achievement

Skunk- Sensuality, Respect, Self Esteem, Shrewdness, Transformation, Life, Death, Rebirth, Rain, Fertility, Transmutation

Snake- Elusiveness, Transmutation, Exploration of the Mysteries of Life, Primitive or Elemental Energy, Protection from Religious Persecution, Goddess Energy, Psychic Energy, Creative Power, Immortality, Rebirth, Resurrection, Initiation, Wisdom, Healing, Transformation.

Sphinx- Initiation, End of a Cycle, Element Magick, Meeting the Dark Mother

Spider- Master Weaver, Weaver of the Web of Fate, Wisdom, Creativity, Divine Inspiration, Shapeshifting, Understanding the Patterns of Illusion, Female Energy for the Creative Force of Life, Creative, Connecting the Past with the Future, Creating Possibilities, Weaver of the Primordial Alphabet.

Squirrel- Conservation, Storage, Activity, Preparedness

Swan- Sensitive, Emotional, Dreamer, Mystic, Longevity, Awakening the True Beauty of the Power of the Self, Soul, Love, Beauty, Self-Transformation, Self-Images, Intuition, Empathy, Moon Magicks, Grace, Balance, Innocence

Tarantula- Ability to Shed the Outer Skin (Masks) and Transform, Creativity, Spinning a Web to Entrap Enemies, Defense of Territory, Intimidation by Size, Use of Environment to Conceal Oneself

Tasmanian Devil- Self-Defense, Protection of Territory, Ability to Use Perseverance When Necessary, Understanding of How and When to Fight

Tiger- Power, Energy, Strength and Will-Power in the Face of Adversity, Acting in a Timely Manner, Action Without Analysis, Passion, Devotion, Sensuality

Turtle- Symbol of the Earth, Connection with the Center, Navigation Skills, Patience, Self-Boundaries, Associated with the Feminine, Power to Heal Female Diseases, Respecting the Boundaries of Others, Developing New Ideas, Self-Reliance, Tenacity, Nonviolent Defense, Motherhood, Linking Heaven to Earth, Awakening to Opportunities, Creative Source, Informed Decisions, Planning, Adaptability, Slow Progress, Retreat, Grounding, Chasity, Conservation, Mother Earth, Longevity

Unicorn- Spirit of Purity, Innocence, Childhood

Whale- Record Keeper for all Eternity, All Knowledge Associated with Voice, Psychic and Telepathic Abilities, All Aspects of the Sea, Beauty of Movement, Creation, Power of Song, Awakening Inner Depths, Ancient Knowledge, Sound Awareness

Wolf- Facing the End of One's Cycle with Dignity and Courage, Death and Rebirth, Spirit Teaching, Instinct Linked with Intelligence, Social and Family Values, Outwitting Enemies, Steadfastness, Skill in Protection of Self and Family, Taking Advantage of Change, Intuition, Learning, the Shadow, Guardianship, Ritual, Loyalty, Spirit, a Pathfinder, Psychic Energy, Inner Divinity, Teaching, Careful Study, Cunning, Escaping Hunters, Ability to Pass by Dangers Invisibly, An Astral Wolf Could Lead You to a Spiritual Teacher, Strong Protection, Spiritual Guidance in Dreams and Meditations, the Teacher, Success, Perseverance, Stability, Thought

Wolverine- Revenge, Understanding Aggression, Protection Against Attackers, Multilevel Protection, Standing your Ground, Fierceness

Wyvern- Revenge, Retribution, Creating Protective Barriers of Fear as a Defense

Thursday, August 18, 2011

The Ancestor Altar

by Donata

The ancestor altar is set up to honor and remember the ancestors, not to worship them. The ancestor altar can become an all-purpose altar and be used for meditations, ceremonies, etc.

Choose the table, mantle, dresser, etc., where you will set up the altar. Pick four stones or crystals for the four corners (the corners of the world). You will need a carafe or wine decanter to hold spirit water - which is white rum and spring water that you bless. You may include family pictures, or objects that either belonged to family members, or that you decide will represent them. If you use an altar cloth, it is traditional, but not necessary, to have one that is fringed. Fringe is one way to connect your consciousness with that of the ancestor’s. Candle/s and incense are optional, but a nice addition. The ancestor altar will often have an abalone shell to represent the womb of the Earth Mother.

There are three classes of ancestors: our blood ancestors, the ancestors of our spiritual lineage, and the ancestors of the land where we live. We may choose to honor all three classes. (A coven member recently suggested that our own previous incarnations may also be our ancestors.) One way to honor the ancestors of the land is to place a pot of earth on the altar. A way to honor the spiritual ancestors is to place an object with a symbol of your spiritual path, e. g., the Awen for druids.

Dedication of the Ancestor Altar - prepare food and drink that would appeal to them in life, and offer them to the ancestors. State your intention that this is a sacred space where you will honor them. Ask them for their aid. You don’t have to include all your ancestors - it’s a good idea to state that only those ancestors who come in love and peace, and to do no harm, are welcome.

At the first feast, at the time of dedication, and for future food/drink offerings, (remember to feed the ancestors regularly with food) bless the food, and say,

“ O blood of my blood, this is your child (name yourself). I bring you (name the food/drink) for your nourishment. Know that you are loved and respected. Accept this offering for our good. Watch over your descendant: Let there be no death, let there be no illness, let there be no accident, let there be no upheaval, let there be no poverty, let there be no ill fate (name any other attributes you wish to dispel). Stand fast for me, for my good fortune, for my wealth, for my happiness, for my home, for my health, for my family (name any other attributes you wish to attract). Thank you, blood of my blood. Thank you, O mighty dead”.

Other prayers: (from Luisah Teisch)

“ O good and mighty dead, you who wish me only good, hear me; guide and guard me, and when the time comes, greet me. You are neither blind nor deaf to this life I live; you did yourself once share it. I come to you in love and trust. I seek to honor you”.

A Prayer for the Living:

“ To my kindred (name all you wish to remember)
May the blessing of the spirit be upon you. May you be your best self.
May you walk in beauty.
May your guides be with you at every crossroads,
May you be honorably greeted when you arrive”.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Herbs of the "Devil"

This is taken from: Herbal Magick: A Witch’s Guide to Herbal Folklore and Enchantments by Gerina Dunwich

As any contemporary Witch, Neo-Pagan, or educated occult
historian can tell you, worship of the Christian’s devil was
never an element of the Old Religion or the Witches’ Craft.
However, the vast majority of Christians in the Middle Ages
believed otherwise. They viewed all Witches as being in league
with the Prince of Darkness, and were convinced that it was
from him that the Witches received their evil powers. This
had a big impact in the area of herbal folklore, as many of the
plants used both magickally and medicinally by Witches became
forever linked to the devil and branded with diabolical
nicknames that reflected this.

The following is a list of plants, beginning with their common
names or botanical names (in italics) and followed by
their nicknames relating to the devil:

Alaskan ginseng: devil’s club
Alstonia scholaris: devil’s tree
Asafoetida: devil’s dung
Bachelor’s buttons: devil’s flower
Belladonna: devil’s cherries
Bindweed: devil’s guts
Cassytha spp: devil’s twine
Celandine: devil’s milk
Colicroot: devil’s-bit
Datura: devil’s apple
Dill: devil-away
Dodder: devil’s guts; devil’s hair; hellweed
Elder: devil’s eye
Elephant’s foot: devil’s grandmother
Fairywand: devil’s bit
False (or white) hellebore: devil’s bite; devil’s tobacco
Fern: devil’s bush
Field convolvulus: devil’s weed
Grapple plant: devil’s claw root
Hedge bindweed: devil’s vine
Henbane: devil’s eye
Hieracium aurantiacum: devil’s paintbrush
Indigo berry: devil’s pumpkin
Jimsonweed: devil’s-apple; devil’s trumpet
Lambertia formosa: mountain devil
Mandrake: Satan’s apple
Mayapple: devil’s-apple
Mexican poppy: devil’s fig
Mistletoe: devil’s fuge
Parsley: devil’s oatmeal
Periwinkle: devil’s eye
Pothos: devil’s ivy
Pricklypear cactus: devil’s-tongue
Puffball fungus: devil’s snuffbox
Queen Anne’s lace: devil’s plague
Viper’s bugloss: bluedevil
Wild yam: devil’s-bones
Yarrow: devil’s nettle

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Ningal and Utu

Ningal ("Great Lady") was a goddess of reeds in the Sumerian mythology, daughter of Enki and Ningikurga and the consort of the moon god Nanna by whom she bore Utu the sun god, Inanna, and in some texts, Ishkur. She is chiefly recognised at Ur, and was probably first worshipped by cow-herders in the marsh lands of southern Mesopotamia.


Utu is the god of the sun, justice, application of law, and the dispensation of the fates of the dead. He is usually depicted as wearing a horned helmet and carrying a saw-edged weapon not unlike a pruning saw. It is thought that every day, Utu emerges from a mountain in the east, symbolizing dawn, and travels either via chariot or boat across the Earth, returning to a hole in a mountain in the west, symbolizing sunset. Every night, Utu descends into the underworld to decide the fate of the dead. He is also depicted as carrying a mace, and standing with one foot on a mountain.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Hematite


Although long associated with psychic awareness, astral travel, scrying and healing, among other things, it has always been a favorite of mine when it comes to protection. Specifically, when I’m using protection magic on my home. It can be used as you would a mirror at the all the entrances of your home. Placing a hematite stone at all entrances reflect any negative energy that comes your way back out and away from you. As you place the hematite you can say the following or something like it.

Shield me now, like a mirror
Negativity come no nearer
In this hour and on this day
As I will, so mote it be.

The stones can be taken up and cleansed once a month on the Full Moon by allowing them to lay in the light of the moon for a few hours. You can also lay the stones out on the ground so that any negative energy can move out of the stone and into the earth to be transformed and neutralized.

Other info on Hematite from http://www.theseer.com/crystals4.html

Hematite condenses scattered feelings, turns fuzziness into mental clarity, enhances concentration, memory, practicality, helps those who study, do bookkeeping, detailed work and helps with sound sleep. Considered the symbol of life energy, hematite allows for more confidence, will power and boldness. A protective stone and helps bolster low self-esteem. Hematite is known to deflect negativity. It restores equilibrium, stability and is also used for astral protection. Hematite is associated with the Spleen, blood, and cleansing. The iron in this mineral has a strong effect on the blood. Used in supporting the kidney's blood-cleansing function. Recommended for those with anemia. Helps in tissue regeneration. Hematite is given to those who need to regroup after jet lag, stress, birth and anesthesia. Hematite aids absorption of iron in the small intestines and benefits all fluid functions in the body.Hematite is used to improve relationships. If you need your personal relationship to be better, carry a hematite with you always.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

The Element of Water

WATER- To Dare

Affirmation- I am creative and intuitive

Age of Man- middle age

Alchemical Element Equivalent- mercury

Alchemical Metal- silver

Angelic Elemental Ruler - Taliahad

Animals- salmon, fish, seals, sea serpent, dolphin, sea birds, all aquatic creatures, sea serpents

Animal World Totems- Water Creatures: bear, raven, elk, heron, crane, whales, dolphins, Frogs, salamanders, water bugs; water, sacred dreams, initiators

Archangel- Gabriel

Basic Nature- Flowing, Purifying, Healing, Soothing, Loving

Bija- Vam (Vaungg)

Bodily Liquids- blood

Body Organs- lungs

Buddha Mantra- Mum

Celtic Name- Iar

Chakra- behind genitals

Characteristics- clear, heavy, reflective, insulator, absorptive, non-compressible,
expandable, smooth flowing, malleable, mutable, female, receptive, mediator; carries fire, air and earth, flowing, purifying, healing, soothing, loving, emotions, dreams, compassion, love, sadness, psychism, healing, rest, cleansing, dissolution, astral travel, death/rebirth, flows, diffuses, loves, dissolves

Chemical Element- hydrogen

Colors- blue, white, silver, indigo, aqua, sea-foam green

Consciousness- wisdom

Creation Gods- Great Ocean

Creative Process- reception

Days of the Week- Monday, Friday

Death Rites- burial at sea

Demon King of the Goetia- Ariton Korson

Demon Prince- ├ćael (Azael)

Dialectic Process- antithesis, opposition

Dimensions- psychic

Direction of View- inward

Direction- West

Divine Names- Elohim Tzabaoth (God of hosts)

Druidic Tool- Silver Chalice

Eastern Polarity- yin

Egyptian King- Kabexnaf (a hawk)

Egyptian Son- Qebhsennuf: Horus’s hawk-headed son

Elemental Beings- undines, nymphs, mermaids and mermen who live in the sea, lakes,
streams, and springs, and fairies of the lakes, ponds and streams

Elemental King- Nichsa (Niksa)

Elemental Ruler- Tharsis

Energy Flow- front to heart with love energy

Energy Type- Receptive

Enochian Divine Name- MPHARSLGAIOL

Enochian Elemental King- THAHEBYOBIAATAN

Enochian Worlds- HCOMA

Evangelists- John

Familial Aspect- daughter

Feeling- love, tingles like spray

Gender- feminine, receptive

Goddesses- Aphrodite, Arianrhod, Branwen, Hecate, Isis, Tiamat, Mari, Selene, Yemanja. Crone.

Gods- Adwe, Bran, Dylan, Ea, Llyr, Mabon, Manannan Mac Lir, Neptune, Njord, Oceanus, Osiris, Poseidon

Hand- ring finger

Hebrew Letters- He

Hebrew Name- Maim: means water

Human Elements- emotional body

Image- waterfall, lakes, lotus, mirrors, fog, waves, rain

Incense- rose, flowery, myrrh, onycha
3 pts lavender
1 pt willow bark
1 pt catnip
¼ pt valerian

Influences- Beauty, Breaking addictions, Music, Dreams, Psychic
dreams, Earth, Friendships, House purification, Love, Marriage, Peace, Psychic awareness, Purification, Sleep, Stress, Plants, Healing, Emotions, Communion with he spiritual, Subconscious mind, Pleasure, Fertility, Happiness, Spirituality, Meditation, Psychic powers, Divination

Irish- Uisce

Judiciary Process- opinion

Jungian Functions- feeling, emotion

Kitchen- liquid used to prepare food

Levels of Understanding- inductive, psychological

Magical Action- to know

Magical Process- emotion

Metals- silver, copper, mercury

Methods- moral

Mineral World Totems- crystals of sacred journeys, stones for dreams, inner guides and
Inner knowing, highly emotional messages

Moon Phase- Full

Musical Instruments- Cymbals, Bells, All resonant metals

Mythological Beings- merfolk, sea monsters

Natural Symbols- Shells, Cup of water

Nature- oceans, river, rain

Negative Characteristics- overly sensitive or emotional, weepy, dependent, indifferent, lazy, insecure, lack of self-esteem, frigid, depression, hypersensitivity, cold, emotionless nature

Norse Dwarf- Vestri

Ogham- Aicme Muin

Oils- Birch, Camomile, Camphor, Cardamon, Geranium, Jasmine, Lemon, Myrrh, Palma Rosa, Rose, Sandalwood, Thyme, Ginger, Ylang Ylang

Part of Person- emotions, intuition

Personality Types- apathetic, cold, undemonstrative

Physical Action- making love, partying

Physical Properties- fluid, liquid

Physical State- liquid

Place on the Pentagram- upper right

Places- Lakes, Springs, Streams, Rivers, Beaches, Oceans, Wells, Swimming pools, Bathtubs, Showers, Bedrooms, Health spas, Steam rooms, Fountains

Plane- emotional

Planets- Moon, Venus, Mercury, Saturn

Plants/Herbs/Trees- alder, aloe, American elm, cat brier, cucumber, fern, hazel, iris,
lemon, lotus, melon, mesquite, moss, mother wort, night flowers, rushes, seaweed, violet, water lilies, water plants, wax myrtle, white rose, willow, yarrow- water plants and herbs

Plant World Totem- willow trees, Journey Incenses and Teas: sandalwood, lotus, thyme, mugwort, camphor, eucalyptus, vanilla, chamomile, jasmine, hibiscus, raspberry, Valerian, comfrey, catnip, cherry, strawberry, spearmint, night-blooming or sleeping plants, morning glories, mimosa, hydroponic food plants and natural Water food plants: watercress; water plants, most shrubs and herbs.

Point of Life- Maturity

Positive Characteristics- compassionate, loving, forgiving, sensitive, easygoing, modest,
Flowing, grace

Posture- arms extended palms up


Professional Status- clergy, statesman, psychologist, artist, healer

Qabalistic Action- contraction

Qabalistic Sephiroth- Hod/Splendor, Chesod/Mercy, Binah/Understanding


Qabalistic Words- Briah: World of Creation

Quality- Vision

Ritual Work- absorbing, astral travel, childbirth, clairvoyance, communion with the
spiritual, divination, dreams, emotions, Fall, fertility, friendships, happiness,
healing, love, marriage, meditation, mirror, plants, pleasure, psychic work,
purification, sleep, smell, subconscious mind, sunset, taste, Dilution, Bathing, Washing away, Placing in water, Sea, Ice, Snow, Fog, Mirror, Magnet

Rules- emotions, feelings, love, courage, daring, sorrow, the ocean, the tides, lakes, pools, streams, and rivers, springs and wells, intuition, the unconscious mind, the womb, generation, fertility

Runes Uruz, Gebo, Hagalaz, Isa, Pethro, Ehwaz, Laguz, Dagaz

Season- Autumn

Sense- taste

Shamanic West- Here lives the Thunder Beings that send the rain.
Robe- black
Your Relatives- the Thunder Beings live to send us rain.
Bow & arrows, a cup of water, 4 black horses.

Sounds- waterfall, ocean, harp

Spiritual Aspect- compassion

State of Matter- liquid

Stones- aquamarine, beryl, fluorite, geodes, lapis lazuli, limestone, moonstone, pearl, river pebbles, rose quartz, shell, sodalite, aquamarine, agate, amethyst, jade, sapphire

Symbol of Kali- cup of blood

Tarot Court Cards- Queen

Tarot Suit- cups

Tarot Trumps- Hanged Man, Moon, Death, Lovers

Taste- salty

Tattwa Sanskrit Names- Apas

Tattwa Shapes- silver crescent with horns pointing up

Tattwa Time- September 23- December 23

Temperaments- phlegmatic

Temperate Qualities- cold and moist, heavy and passive

Tetramorph/Kerub- eagle- John

Tibetan Direction- East

Tibetan Failing- hatred

Tibetan Symbolic Animal- elephant

Time- sunset, dusk

Tools- shell chalice, Cauldron of the Dagda, Cauldron of Cerridwen, cup, cauldron,
goblet, mirrors, the sea, chalice, bowl, ring

Tuatha- Cauldron of Rebirth from the Otherworld
City of Danaan- Murias
Godform- Semias
Blue- active
Silver- passive
Force- Understanding of Water
Invocation- “Tuatha! Tuatha! Semias from sleep!
Cauldron of Life from the Western deep!
Grant understanding of Moon and Sea!”

Vices- indifference, depression, moody, fantastical, no boundaries, depression, instability

Virtues- love, compassion, receptivity, flexibility, forgiveness, love, imagination,
Connectedness

Welsh Faerie- Oyster Shell

Wind Spirit- Zephyrus- middle aged man

Word of Power- AHIA (Aiy Hey Yeh)

Zodiac- Cancer (beginnings), Scorpio (fixed and intense), Pisces (transformative, mutable)