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Superstitious – The Witches’ Festivals Superstitious and Firewolf Copyright Kyle Brandon Leite

The Witches Year begins on Samhain, or Halloween. Samhain marks the time of year when the Sun God departs into the Underworld. The Mother Goddess, in the form of the wise, Old Crone, mourns the “death” of her consort, the season turns cold and the days grow shorter as the nights grow longer. As the Sun God departs, so too does the life of nature. While the Goddess mourns, she does not despair, however, because She has the knowledge that She is the Bringer of Life, and on Yule, the Sun God will be reborn from Her womb. Yule, or the Winter Solstice, marks the

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Angel/Tarot/Oracle Advice for the week of 21 Oct. 2019 by The Silver Sage Witch of NewFound-Life.com

6 of Pentacles….is your integrity high? If it is, life is, life is looking pretty abundant for you this week!

Hey family, I’m glad you’re back. How did last week go for you?

Please take 3 minutes out of your day to send out positive vibrations….prayers…..petitions….or good thoughts to our Creator(s), regarding the state of our world. We all need to come together and try to make it better for us all and we can do that with love, kindness, understanding, and cooperation. 3 minutes….please.

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Witchcraft 101: How to Get to Know Yourself and Your Goals by Maggie Haseman

On your path to becoming a witch, you may be eager to jump right into spell work and crystals and tarot cards, but let’s take a moment and put everything into perspective.

Before you start with all the more mystical part of witchcraft I want you to take a minute to learn more about yourself.

Know Thyself

Gnothi Seuton means, “know thyself.” This is what the ancient Greeks carved on the temple at Delphi. It is an ideal that human beings have struggled toward for thousands of years. Ben Franklin even wrote in his book Poor Richard’s Almanac the “There are three things extremely hard: steel, diamond, and to know one’s self.”

While he is right, it is difficult to truly know yourself, it is probably the most important thing you can do, especially in regards to witchcraft. Some of your choices will involve transformation and striving to become the best version of yourself. Well, darling, you can’t change what you can’t see.

The journey of learning is never ending, in that there are unlimited resources available to you and your capacity to learn is unending

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https://www.mumblesandthings.com/blog/2016/10/31/witchcraft-101-know-thyself

Beginner’s Guide to Witchcraft – Wings for the Spirit

When you think of witchcraft, you probably envision old, ugly, wart-ridden women dressed in black robes, hovering over a cauldron containing a mysterious, bubbling concoction and chanting in a strange tongue.

Or perhaps you would more quickly think of the recent Hollywood images of witches – sexy teens in gothic garb and black lipstick, sporting massive silver pentacles and obnoxious attitudes.

Unfortunately, neither of these images can be used to accurately portray witches or witchcraft, because witchcraft has nothing to do with what you look like, what you wear, or the way you conduct yourself in life.

Sure, there may well be old, wart-ridden women who practice witchcraft. There may also be

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http://wingsforthespirit.com/wicca-witchcraft/beginners-guide-witchcraft/

How to Honor the Dead – Alma

By T Kira Madden

Here’s a secret: I wear my father’s clothes every day. Not entire outfits, but a garment or two, always. I wear his striped t-shirts to bed at night, his vibrant dress socks under my boots. I’ve tailored his button-up shirts to fit me in the shoulders; I’ve removed a link or two from his bracelets. Yes, I am ashamed to admit, I have even worn his underwear. But that was only once, and, well, I happen to wear Calvin Klein briefs, too. I wear his jade pinky ring on my ring finger, and his army tag necklace never comes off my neck.

I thumb the words: MADDEN, JOHN L, #11500138, JEWISH.

Why the hell does it say Jewish? I asked my mother when she gave me this tag.

Because they had to know how to honor the dead, she replied, in case he died.

My father has been dead for one year five months and 12 days, as I write this. It was his lungs, not the army. I don’t have to check the calendar, or count, because my body knows. Each day, I think, I am not doing grief right. I am wading too slowly through this, or, at moments, too quickly, or not at all. My grief is selfish, my grief is smaller than other griefs, it is unjustified, my time for sadness is up; everybody dies, so it’s absurd to feel this bad, that my situation is unlike all others. Spoiler alert: That is grief talking, and none of this is true.

Every single day since November 2, 2015, I have asked myself that same question: How do I best honor the dead?

Because that army tag was incorrect. My father didn’t want a religious ceremony

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https://www.heyalma.com/how-to-honor-the-dead/

Not Into Halloween? Here are 13 Rituals to Celebrate Samhain | Gaia

By: Gaia Staff

Samhain is a time-honored tradition followed by witches, Wiccans, ancient druids and countless other modern pagans across the world, celebrated as October turns to November. Samhain is a festival of the Dead, meaning “Summer’s End,” and though you’re probably tempted to pronounce it “sam-hane,” it’s actually pronounced saah-win or saah-ween.

What is a Samhain Celebration?

Tradition holds that Samhain is a celebration of the end of the harvest and the start of the coldest half of the year, and with this transition it’s also celebrated as the beginning of the spiritual new year for practitioners, which is also why it’s nicknamed “The Witches’ New Year.”

How to Celebrate Samhain

Samhain is typically celebrated by preparing a dinner to celebrate the harvest. The holiday is meant to be shared with those who have passed on as well as those still with us. Set a place at the table for those in the spiritual plane, providing an offering for them upon every serving throughout the meal. In addition to those who have passed, invite friends and family to enjoy the feast with you. Typical beverages include mulled wine, cider, and mead, and are to be shared with the Dead throughout the meal.

Despite occurring at similar times and containing similar themes, Samhain and Halloween actually are not the same holiday. Halloween, short for All Hallow’s Eve, is celebrated on and around

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https://www.gaia.com/article/modern-paganism-13-rituals-celebrate-samhain