Angel Advice for the week of 19 August 2019 By The Silver Sage Witch

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The Easiest Way to Break a Curse or Hex (and Keep It Broken!) By Neal Alan Jansons

Hello lovely people, thanks for stopping by to have a look at my posts. I’m The Silver Sage Witch.  If you need any help regarding Tarot / Angel Card Readings, Bindings, Protection, finances, love, health, clarity, or other situations of a Spiritual nature, please contact me at:  Igo4mre@web.de

Have a Magickal Monday and a very successful Week! 


 

What Is a Curse?

A curse is a spell that is targeted directly at a person or place and is meant to cause harm. There are many such spells, but they can be broken down into categories.

  1. The entropy or chaos curse: This spell increases the probability of harm to its target. The harm might range from bad luck to death, but the trademark of this curse is that there is no rhyme or reason to the harm caused—it just results in things generally going wrong. If a whole string of things keep going spectacularly and improbably awry, there is a good chance there is an entropy curse at work.
  2. The binding: This spell causes an inability to act. It may manifest psychologically as depression or anxiety, or it may operate by simply making none of your plans amount to anything. If you find yourself completely unable to act upon your decisions, then you might be under a binding.
  3. The lesson: Some users of magick want to dispense justice, and right or wrong, they are willing to use magick to do it. The specifics of these curses are always retributive and their casters love to “make the punishment fit the crime.” Thus, if the target is a thief, they will be stolen from—and if they are a user, they will be used. If you find yourself suddenly and consistently a victim of “your own medicine,” you might want to look around for a nearby witch with a good-guy badge.
  4. The special-purpose curse: This is a catch-all category for things like “a sending of rats” or the “evil eye.” These spells are usually specific, have a great deal of lore associated with them, and are generally spectacular in their results (there is nothing subtle about your house being infested with dozens of rats). In this case, each spell has its own hallmark signs, but they are all very spectacular. When life starts feeling like a horror movie, you have a special-purpose curse.

Can You Put a Curse on Someone and Not Know It?

Hexes are intentionally malevolent spells. A hex is never accidental and is usually cast by someone with knowledge in witchcraft. Curses, on the other hand, are sometimes less intentional and can be set in motion when someone simply thinks or speaks ill against another.

How Do I Know If I Am Cursed?

People who are simply having a bad time in their lives often think they are the victims of curses. Knowing whether you are really cursed requires some careful self-examination. You must first ask yourself if you are being honest and objective and whether what is happening might just be coincidence or self-sabotage. If you really believe that what is happening might in fact be caused by magick, there are ways to check. If your area has an occult store or local pagan group, you might be able to find help there, or use the simple divination method below. (Note: this method employs the same approach as with a Tarot deck, but uses a normal deck of playing cards. If you want to use Tarot cards, you can, just remove the Major Arcana and use the same method with the remainder).

  1. Sit down with a deck of playing cards. Take

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The Ankh By JEN

Ankh

The Ankh is the ancient symbol of eternal life and resurrection. That’s why it is called the “Key of Life.”

The Ankh represents the union of both the God and Goddess and the infinite creative power of the universe. The loop top depicts the rising sun, the horizontal bar depicts feminine energy, and the vertical bar depicts the masculine energy.

The Ankh and the Egyptians

The Ankh is one of the most powerful symbols to Egyptians, evident in all their artwork and hieroglyphs. The Ankhs then were made from many materials like wood and precious stones, but most often they were made from gold and copper. The Egyptians would place precious stones within the loop of the Ankh to make its spiritual properties stronger. For example, an Ankh with an amethyst in the center becomes a much powerful tool in divination.

The Ankh is present in many of the temple carvings and funerary artwork of the Egyptians. One Egyptian practice is to place Ankhs in the tombs of the deceased to carry with them to the afterlife. They would even place the Ankh upon the nostrils of the deceased to help bring them back to life. Ankh usage is evident in many unearthed relics of the Egyptians.

key of life

The Key of Life Necklace from the Moonlight Shop

Another popular use for the Ankh is an amulet for protection, good luck, and good fortune. It has the power to protect against bad energies. If you take a look at the scepters of the deities in Egyptian artwork, you will see that they are in the shape of Ankhs.

The Ankh and Magick

The Ankh is well known for its association with the Egyptians, but it also has strong associations with magick. The House of Life’s symbol is an Ankh over the door. What is the House of Life exactly? It’s an organization of libraries where the temples housed educational texts and magickal lore. All educational materials were were accessible to anyone.

As a magickal tool, the Ankh has healing powers. The Egyptians would place them over

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Are hurricanes getting stronger – and is climate breakdown to blame? By Oliver Milman

What is a hurricane, exactly?

A hurricane is a large rotating storm that forms over tropical or subtropical waters in the Atlantic. These low pressure weather systems draw upon warm water and atmospheric moisture to fuel their strength and will gather pace if not slowed by patches of dry air, crosswinds or landfall.

“They are very tall towers of winds that move at the same speed, sometimes 60,000ft tall,” says Jim Kossin, a scientist at the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. “If they are unmolested by wind shear or run over land they will continue on their merry way.”

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What is Magick & how is it possible to achieve success in your Magickal workings? By The Silver Sage Witch of NewFound-Life.com

I just want to share with all of my beloved subscribers and watchers, that August is a VERRRY  Magickal month for me because it’s the month I was lead to The Craft, 17 years ago.  2002 was the year that I finally found the courage within myself to realize that not only am I a person, I am a Magickal being, a believer of that which cannot be seen.  It was the first realization that, yes, I am a Witch, albeit a Broom closet Witch, but a witch none the less.  

Thank you for sharing this moment with me!

After many years of being on my Spiralled Witchcraft Path, I’ve come to know that Magick (spelled with a K to distinguish it from stage magic….spelled without the K), is the art of manipulating the mind and the Energies that surround us. 

It is co-creating with the Goddess, the Creator, the Universe, the God, or whomever you petition to or pray to for guidance and advice regarding the pro-active steps you need to take in order to reap the end results of that which you so desire.

Magick is finally finding the adaptitude within one’s self to decisively stand up and take back the power that you either unintentionally gave away, or that was stolen from you.

Magick is also: bringing a new life into this world, the changing of the four seasons, the way we breathe without even needing to think about it. Magick is Mother Nature! It’s watching the springtime buds and blooms turn into flourishing plants, leaves and flowers. It’s seeing a Bumblebee flying and collecting nectar when by proven scientific right, it shouldn’t even be possible!

 Magick is making someone smile. It’s living, and not just existing.  Magick is anything that you, we take the time to actually and intentionally feel, see, and truly and gratefully experience with all that we are.

However, as you go along on your Spiriled Witchcraft Path, you will be responsible for finding out what Magick truly means to you, and not just using my definition, or someone else’s definition.

 Ok, here’s how it’s possible to achieve success with MY five keys to successful Magick….the way I do it.

  1. Set your specific goal…your concrete desire….write it down!
  2. Emotion & Feeling   Feel what you desire, live it in your mind and attach emotion to it as well.
  3. Visualize your end goal or outcome or desire (vision board or a token of what you want).
  4. Be proactive and take the necessary steps to do your part to your utmost ability in the process of co-creating that which you so desire. By that I mean…..if possible, have a sacred space where you can set up your props such as candles, crystals, incense, drawings, or whatever you need to help you be able to meditate every day upon it or for those of you who don’t like the word meditation, we can say think intensely upon that which you desire. Then make sure you are physically doing something to attain your goal. If for a job…..applications.  You want to sing…..get on youtube or go to different places where they need singers…..same with acting or selling your art.  You want to win the lottery?  Then buy a damn ticket!  You MUST also do the mundane work.
  5. Don’t just believe that your goals and desires will come true. YOU MUST KNOW that your goals and desires WILL MANIFEST…in the right place, at the right time.
  6. Last but not least……remember back to when your mother always said to you that patience is a virtue……sorry but, she was right! BE PATIENT and BELIEVE it will happen for you! 

Hey, you can do it….you got this!


A few students that I mentor in Witchcraft asked me, “What if I’m in another religion or have another type of Spiritual practice, can I still be a Witch and practice Magick?” 

ANSWER:

Yep, you sure can!  It doesn’t matter what your religion or Spiritual Path is – EVERYONE can be a Witch…….EVERYONE can practice Magick.  It just depends on what you want and how you can or will accept your Witchyness, with regard to your present circumstances.

Thanks for reading and I wish you Bright Magickal Blessings.

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Feri Ceromancy Wax Divination with the Divine Twin Candles by Chas Bogan

A typical Feri altar holds a pair of candles, each representing one of the Divine Twins. The colors of these candles vary among sects of the tradition, sometimes blue and red, white and black, silver and gold. The Divine Twins are often represented as opposites (although each is said to contain the other), and are commonly addressed in the guise of female and male, light and dark, moon and sun. How the Divine Twins are represented is not of major importance for this work, only that each is represented by an altar candle, and that their wax is together poured into a bowl of cold water for the purpose of having them bear insight into the future through symbols seen in the wax.

           For the purpose of promoting and innovating traditional practice we will use the color associations and deity names from the Bloodrose sect of Faery Tradition. Although some are not comfortable with representing the Divine Twins in a gender binary manner, I will describe their traditional Bloodrosian aspect and leave it to the individual Feri Practitioner to find something more fitting if he chooses.

            Although some Faerie like to cast a circle before a working, many do not, and so I will not detail a circle script here. What I do believe is important is the lighting of the black Quakoralina candle, since a flame is lit from it in order to light the blue candle, symbolic of how all things emerge from the Star Goddess. You may say whatever invocation you believe is appropriate for calling in the Great Mother, or use the traditional one described at:
http://www.feritradition.com/grimoire/practices/practices_candleprayer.htm

            After the Star Goddess has been invoked, we focus on conjuring one of the Divine Twins, in this instance a female aspect represented by a blue candle. With a lighting stick we carry the flame from the black Star Goddess candle to the blue candle at its left. Lighting this we then chant the following goddess names: “Ashtoroth, Ashtoreth, Belili, Belkoreth, Lilith-Alure, Anatha-Tiamat.”

            To summon her twin, we ignite a lighting stick from the blue candle and light one that is red, and that is positioned to the right of the others candles. We chant: “Keraillos, Keranos, Kernunnos, Krana, Kronos.”

            At your altar you will need a bowl of chilled water. Something from your faucet is fine, or you may use blessed or conditioned waters, even add some scented cologne if that inspires you. Personally, I prefer to charge the water with Blue Fire in a manner similarly found at the following Feri Tradition site
(http://www.feritradition.com/grimoire/practices/practices_bluefire.htm).

            Now that your candles are alive with flames, and the Divine Twins have manifested through the ancient names of Goddesses and Gods, the bowl sits charged and ready to receive insight. Speak aloud your question. The more succinct your question the more exact your answer will be. If you wish to be poetic, that is fine, query the Divine Twins with rhymes and flourish, however have a concise version of your question clear in your mind so that it is not lost amidst grandiloquence. The Divine Twins will answer the question that you most truly wish to know, so be certain that this is what you ask of them and not some lesser concern.

            Once spoken, simply take a candle in each hand and turn them towards one another. Let their flames touch, and say:

“From the One who is all
By the

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SUNFLOWER Edited by Chas Bogan

The sun is often employed magically to transform negative energy, and the sunflower is likewise utilized for the task of cleanisng and transformation. The sunflower itself is used to remove toxic chemicals from soil, including arsenic, lead and uranium. Sunflowers are so efficent at this that they have been planted near ponds in Chernobyl, where they extract caesium-137 and strontium-90. The sunflower, especially its bright petals, is used magically to remove jinxes and encourage positive outcomes.

Spiritualism, a religious sect that emphasizes communication with the dead, uses the sunflower as its emblem, saying “As the sunflower turns towards the sun, so spiritualism turns toward the light of truth.” This idea that the head of the sunflower turns as the sun moves across the sky is a misnomer; once the flowerhead is mature it statically faces east, however it’s young buds do shift throughout the day to maximize photosynthesis from the sun’s rays.

Sunflower Flower Sorcery
FLOWER SORCERY

A Spell To Dream True
A Spell To Dream True

The lucid light of day is the sunflower’s domain. When introduced to dreamwork, the sunflower greatly aids in lucid dreaming. It inspires prophetic dreams, and is especaially good revealing the truth about a situation. All this can be achieved by placing twelve sunflower petals in a circle around a single seed beneath your pillow at night.


To Celebrate The Summer Solstice
To Celebrate The Summer Solstice

Depending on the region you live in, harvest time for sunflowers may very, however midsummer harvests are common (around June 20th), therefore associating the sunflower with the midsummer sabbat (known also as Litha or Lithia). This celebration marks the high point of the sun’s influence, and so also the dusk of its declining influence leading to the sacrifice of the Summer King (known in Faery Tradition by various names, such as Crom and Twr). The sunflower is one of the Summer Lord’s emblems, and may be harvested for Litha and placed on an altar to ceremonially embody him. Address him with the following invocation.

Flower of Summer, King of Light
Behold the fullness of your might
From lofty throne must you secede
To be reborn again from seed

Celebrate now in honor of him. It is likely to be a bright, sunny day, so indulge in all the many glories he provides.

On the morning after summer solstice collect his seeds. Save these until the spring, then plant them to see the Flower of Summer rise again.

Disclaimer

Please note: The spells contained on this page are not intended as a substitute for any legal, financial, psychiatric and or medical services.

Sunflower Mythology
SUNFLOWER FOLKLORE

Selections on Sunflower lore from “Folk-lore From Adam’s County Illinois”

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