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Hello, I am Witch33. Welcome to my site on Witchcraft. This site is from the seasoned Witch to the beginner and you'll find in depth information here to help guide you along. I hope you return often as I'm usually updating as I also learn.

All spiritual/ religious paths have one common thread they share and that is faith or beliefs. How we perceive the universe and how we have arrived vary depending on that faith.
If we rewind time we know from a scientific stand point we were created by a meteor. The water off the meteor created the oceans and from that life was created.
We have passed through many periods of time starting from the Pliocene then into the lower Paleolithic, middle and finally upper Paleolithic periods which date back as far as between about 2.7 million and 10,000 years ago. Man worked with stones and thus we don't know of ancient worship until the upper period. This is when we began to see the Goddess symbol of the spiral on rocks.
We move forward into the Mesolithic period where we see the first pottery and more elevated signs of ancient pagan worship. Farmers began planting by the phases of the moon and sun thus leading to seasonal planting.
Then we move onto the Neolithic period.
In the scared worship of Witchcraft, Pagans ( country dwellers) worshipped by the phases of the moon and harvested by the sun. We continue to do that to this day.

The Matriarchal social organization

The Matriarchal social organization means the head of the home or leader of a culture or community. Where women are still revered in this light. We see this with the queen of England. We also see this in the animal world where the female takes care of the pride or pack.

Matriarch's date back to the Upper pal eolithic period ( old stone age ). They were the leaders of the villages, tribes, council and sages. Men were not regarded in a higher position of power and in many cultures men were not depicted in art or statues.

Modern day women are reclaiming their voices and no longer have the image of leave it to beaver. They are a force in the work place, politics and in state affairs.

When Christianity came into power we saw an exchange of power and rule from the feminine to the masculine society and women lost there status.
Women are slowly resuming their power and status as jobs are opening up, politics, opportunities that women could only dream of in the suffrage movement. We are finding equality where there once was division but we have a long way to go but I'm optimistic we will once more resume our roles as leaders, sages and the voice to lead us out of the darkness and into the light.
We now have our first woman in the White House serving as Vice President, that glass ceiling is now shattered.



Witchcraft is a spiritual path. Not everyone is walking the same spiritual path even though they are Witches. Everyone elevates at different rates and times.

Thus meaning many call them selves Witches but few are schooled hence this web site so you can get a glimpse into what you need to know and not a popular tv show. Familiarize you selves with the past, our words and meanings. It's not casting magick out with out great thought. Witchcraft is a way of life not a white Lightner.

What constitutes a spiritual path verses a religion?

According to Wikipedia it says: A religion is an organized approach to human spirituality which usually encompasses a set of narratives, symbols, beliefs and practices, often with a supernatural or transcendent quality, that give meaning to the practitioner's experiences of life through reference to a higher power or truth.[1] It may be expressed through prayer, ritual, meditation, music and art, among other things. It may focus on specific supernatural, metaphysical, and moral claims about reality (the cosmos, and human nature) which may yield a set of religious laws, ethics, and a particular lifestyle. Religion also encompasses ancestral or cultural traditions, writings, history, and mythology, as well as personal faith and religious experience. Taken from the source, you judge.

According to recomparisons.com it says: Spirituality is usually associated with an inner search for enlightenment. This may be achieved through practices such as prayer or meditation. It is a very internal process that requires hard work and introspection. Spirituality is often associated with New Age beliefs or alternative ideas, but it can also involve an individual awakening or participation in a conventional religion. Spiritualism within religion is often identified as being religious rather than being spiritual. Someone who is particularly involved in their religion may be referred to as devout or religious rather than spiritual. The term spiritualism usually implies a philosophical or spiritual interest that is not linked to a particular religion. Spirituality may imply an openness to different interpretations and routes of achieving this connection or understanding, whereas a member of a particular religious group may feel that theirs is the one true religion.
However, the idea of spirituality is often used in a looser way, when someone wants to suggest that they have a deeper side even though they are not part of an organized religion, even if they have not taken much time to explore their own spiritual side. The term spirituality offers a different form of self-identification than simply being a member of a particular religious group or being non-religious.
Religions also come in a number of different forms. The largest religions in the world, by the number of believers, are Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and those belief systems that are classified as Folk Religions and Chinese Folk Religions. There are also many other systems of belief, such as Shinto, Sikhism, Judaism, Jainism, Wicca and Rastafarianism, although they are less common, and there are also divisions within religious systems
The term "religion" refers to both the personal practices related to communal faith and to group rituals and communication stemming from shared conviction. "Religion" is sometimes used interchangeably with "faith" or "belief system,"[2] but it is more socially defined than personal convictions, and it entails specific behaviors, respectively.
The development of religion has taken many forms in various cultures. It considers psychological and social roots, along with origins and historical development.

In a spiritual path people often times worship more then one god and many Goddess. In religion they worship one god. Multi deities is called polytheism and one god is monotheism.

Today were seeing many people trying to blend different faiths and spiritual beliefs under the name of Witchcraft or Christian Witch. This is incorrect. There is no such thing as a Christian Witch and it's offensive to portray one's self under that title. These are two very separate bodies of beliefs and are as different as night and day. Again look back in history to move forward.
Paganism dates as far back as the upper Paleolithic which is the third and last subdivision of the Paleolithic or old stone age period. Very broadly this period dates back to between 40,000 and 10,00 years ago.
This is where we see the first working tools and the first signs of spirituality. A goddess symbol was carved into a rock and is in the Smithsonian institute in Washington Dc.
next we enter the Mesolithic period where we see the first signs of pottery and more in depth signs of spirituality and finally the Neolithic period. In all three cultures we find the goddess symbols leading this to be the oldest form of worship.

Witchcraft or the pagan path " religion" was the official religion of the Roman empire until the death of the last pagan emperor, Julian in the year of 326 C.E.

The word "pagan" is an umbrella term meaning many different spiritual paths or faiths out side of mainstream Christianity. For instance this could embody Witchcraft, Buddhism, Hinduism, Wicce( female), Wicca ( male)etc.

The word " paganus" comes from the Latin word meaning country dweller and the word heathen means rural area of village.

THE WORD " Wiccian" plural now used as an adjective for followers of the neo-pagan movement of Witchcraft. This word also means to practice Witchcraft or sorcery. This word does not mean any specific tradition or pantheon. This word derives from low german wikken, wicken "to use witchcraft," wikker, wicker "soothsayer".

The word " Witch" the American Heritage Dictionary of Indo-European Roots, weik actually has five distinct etymological branches but only two are attributed to the supernatural.[2] In contrast, the Concise Dictionary of English Etymology, proponent of the ‘weid’ premise, states that ‘witch’ primarily comes from the word ‘witan’ through a series of phonetic changes. In modern English this word derives from the middle English word " wycche from the old English word " wicce".

WITCH

O.E. wicce "female magician, sorceress," in later use esp. "a woman supposed to have dealings with the devil or evil spirits and to be able by their cooperation to perform supernatural acts," fem. of O.E. wicca "sorcerer, wizard, man who practices witchcraft or magic," from verb wiccian "to practice witchcraft" (cf. Low Ger. wikken, wicken "to use witchcraft," wikker, wicker "soothsayer"). OED says of uncertain origin. Klein suggests connection with O.E. wigle "divination," and wig, wih "idol." Watkins says the nouns represent a P.Gmc. *wikkjaz "necromancer" (one who wakes the dead), from PIE *weg-yo-, from *weg- "to be strong, be lively." That wicce once had a more specific sense than the later general one of "female magician, sorceress" perhaps is suggested by the presence of other words in O.E. describing more specific kinds of magical craft. In the Laws of (c.890), witchcraft was specifically singled out as a woman's craft, whose practitioners were not to be suffered to live among the W. Saxons

The other two words combined with it here are gealdricge, a woman who practices "incantations, and healing are called "female wizard, woman magician," from a root meaning "phantom, evil spirit." Another word that appears in the Anglo-Saxon laws is wizard, sorcerer," but with suggestions of skill in the use of drugs, since the root of the word is lybb "drug, poison, charm." Lybbestre was a fem. word meaning "sorceress," and lybcorn was the name of a certain medicinal seed (perhaps wild saffron). Weekly notes possible connection to Gothic weihs "holy" and Ger. weihan "consecrate," and writes, "the priests of a suppressed religion naturally become magicians to its successors or opponents." In Anglo-Saxon glossaries, wicca renders L. augur (c.1100), and wicce stands for "pythoness, divinatricem." In the "Three Kings of Cologne" (c.1400) wicca translates Magi: " paynyms ... cleped , kyngis Magos, at is to say wicchis." The glossary translates L. necromantia ("demonum invocatio") with galdre, wiccecraft. The Anglo-Saxon poem called "Men's Crafts" has wiccraft, which appears to be the same word, and by its context means "skill with horses." In a c.1250 translation of "Exodus," witches is used of the Egyptian midwives who save the newborn sons of the Hebrews: "the wicches hidden them for, Biforen pharaun nolden he ben." Witch in ref. to a man survived in dialect into 20c., but the fem. form was so dominant by 1601 that men-witches or he-witch began to be used. Extended sense of "young woman or girl of bewitching aspect or manners" is first recorded 1740. Witch doctor is from 1718; applied to African magicians from 1836. "At this day it is indifferent to say in the English tongue, 'she is a witch,' or 'she is a wise woman. 1541, probably from O.E. wice "wych-elm" (from wican "to bend").




WITCHCRAFT

O.E. wiccecraft, from wicce (see witch) + craft "power, skill" (see craft). Witchcraft was first declared a crime in Eng. law in 1542; trials there peaked in 1580s and 1640s but fell sharply after 1660. The last, in 1717, ended in acquittal. The Witchcraft Act was repealed 1736.

Wicca
An O.E. masc. noun meaning "male witch," curiously taken by Gerald Gardner's followers (c.1954) as an abstract noun meaning "witchcraft" and thus becoming the title of a modern pagan movement.

OBEAH
"sorcery, witchcraft" among blacks in Africa and the W.Indies, 1760, from a W. African word, cf. Efik (southern Nigeria) ubio "a thing or mixture left as a charm to cause sickness or death," Twi ebayifo "witch, wizard, sorcerer.

PYTHONESS

1375, "woman with the power of soothsaying," from O.Fr. phitonise (13c.), from L.L. pythonissa, used in Vulgate of the Witch of Endor (I Sam. xxviii. 7), and often treated as her proper name, lit. fem. of pytho "familiar spirit;" which ultimately is connected with the title of the prophetess of the Delphic Oracle, Gk. pythia hiereia, from Pythios, an epithet of Apollo, from Pytho, older name of the region of Delphi.

WIZARD
c.1440, "philosopher, sage," from M.E. wys "wise" (see wise (adj.)) + -ard. Cf. Lith. zynyste "magic," zynys "sorcerer," zyne "witch," all from zinoti "to know." The ground sense is perhaps "to know the future." The meaning "one with magical power" did not emerge distinctly until c.1550, the distinction between philosophy and magic being blurred in the Middle Ages. As a slang word meaning "excellent" it is recorded from 1922.

HAG

C.1225, shortening of O.E. hagtesse "witch, fury" (on assumption that -tesse was a suffix), from P.Gmc. *hagatusjon-, of unknown origin. Similar shortening derived Du. heks, Ger. Hexe "witch" from cognate M.Du. haghetisse, O.H.G. hagzusa. First element is probably cognate with O.E. haga "enclosure" . O.N. had tunrila and O.H.G. zunritha, both lit. "hedge-rider," used of witches and ghosts. Or second element may be connected with Norw. tysja "fairy, crippled woman," Gaul. dusius "demon," Lith. dvasia "spirit," from PIE *dhewes- "to fly about, smoke, be scattered, vanish." One of the magic words for which there is no male form, suggesting its original meaning was close to "diviner, soothsayer," which were always female in northern European paganism, and hagtesse seem at one time to have meant "woman of prophetic and oracular powers" (alfric uses it to render the Gk. "pythoness," the source of the Delphic oracle), a figure greatly feared and respected. Later, the word was used of village wise women. Haga is also the haw- in hawthorn, which is a central plant in northern European pagan religion. There may be several layers of folk-etymology here. If the h�gtesse was once a powerful supernatural woman (in Norse it is an alternate word for Norns, the three weird sisters, the equivalent of the Fates), it may have originally carried the hawthorn sense. Later, when the pagan magic was reduced to local scatterings, it might have had the sense of "hedge-rider," or "she who straddles the hedge," because the hedge was the boundary between the "civilized" world of the village and the wild world beyond. The h�gtesse would have a foot in each reality. Even later, when it meant the local healer and root collector, living in the open and moving from village to village, it may have had the mildly pejorative sense of hedge- in M.E. (hedge-priest, etc.), suggesting an itinerant sleeping under bushes, perhaps. The same word could have contained all three senses before being reduced to its modern one.

BROOM

O.E. broom the common flowering shrub whose twigs were tied together to make a tool for sweeping, from P.Gmc. *broomaz "thorny bush" (cf. Du. braam, Ger. Brombeere "blackberry"), from PIE base *bh(e)rem- "to project, a point." Both the flowers and sweeping with broom twigs were traditionally considered unlucky in May (Suffolk, Sussex, Wiltshire, etc.). The witch's flying broomstick was originally also many other objects (pitchfork, trough, bowl), but the broomstick became the popular image via engravings from a famous Lancashire witch trial of 1612.

WARLOCK

O.E. warloga "traitor, liar, enemy," from war "faith, a compact" (cf. O.H.G. wara "truth," O.N. varar "solemn promise, vow;" see very; cf. also Varangian) + agent noun related to leogan "to lie" (see lie (v.1)). Original primary sense seems to have been "oath-breaker;" given special application to the devil (c.1000), but also used of giants and cannibals. Meaning "one in league with the devil" is recorded from c.1300. Ending in -ck and meaning "male equivalent of witch" (1568) are from Scottish.

Reference's are from the Etymology dictionary


Many of us worship with the seasonal changes that occur four times in a year and giving thanks for the bounty's in which we have received during that year.

There are 8 Major Sabbaths (sacred worship days) that many of us hold rituals on.

There is a difference between a solar and a lunar Sabbath and cross quarter moon so of course the rituals would be completely different.
There are many traditions you might look into because we all know one size doesn't fit all so have fun and explore.
You might look into the Dianic tradition or Hellenic, Gardner ,Celticia, Druid, Isis, Zen Buddhist, The Golden Dawn just to name a few.
One might not be your path but perhaps another would be a better fit. Spirituality isn't an exact science so no one's here to judge you if your candle color isn't in alignment with your sabbath.
Here are some of the don'ts many of us live by. I'm hoping this can clear up some confusion as who we are as Pagan worshippers. I don't speak on behalf of all Witches on this journey but only for my self and those I have taught to over the many years.

1: We don't believe in the Christian god nor call our selves Christian / Pagans. We are polytheistic in our spirituality which means more then one Goddess and God where as the Christian faith worships only one god and this is called monotheistic.

2.We don't believe in heaven or hell. In order to believe in both one must acknowledge the presence of the Christian god and faith and we do not.

3.We don't proselytize.

8. Myth: We do not ride brooms. Back in the middle ages people used many herbs in their soaps and ointments which contained many verities of deadly plants causing psychedelic effects and hallucinations.

N= Non poisonous P= Poisonus

The ingredients consisted of: Parsley (n), Hemlock(P), water of Aconite aka Wolfe bane(p), Poplar leaves, soot, bat's blood, deadly nightshade or belladonna (p), henbane(p),hashish.

After all was mixed together in a large cauldron, fat was added or tallow and the mixture was rubbed into the skin or bathed in which caused hallucinations and visions, astral projections and communication with spirits.

We do have ritual brooms we call Besoms. We use them to sweep clean any and all negative energies in a working area before rituals. It's a cleansing ritual all of it's own. Also a besom is used at the end of a handfasting aka wedding , it's called jumping the broom. It's a middle age custom to ensure fertility and prosperity to the couple.

9. The Wicca motto is " Do as ye will, harm none". I have a slight problem with that concept but let's look at this statement closer.
To harm other also includes cursing or shaking your fist, giving the middle finger to another on the road that pulls out in front of you or doesn't use a turn signal or is going to slow of fast.
Not to have a negative thoughts about any one or any thing and this goes for family, friends, x friends, co workers, bosses, relatives, husbands, wife's, x's children , parents and the list goes on and on.
Remember we are all humans and I know I can't live up to these expectations. This is just totally unrealistic. To do as ye will means to do what you want with in the perimeters of your own sacred energies.
That statement however doesn't mean you can not protect your self, your family and your property from negative energies or entities that wish you harm in emotional states or psychical harm.

10. There is a difference between a working and a spell. Everyone does spells. A spell is projecting feelings, words of power and ill intent most often with no thought but with action such as middle finger or a curse word or three.
A working is a thought projected to cause change by actually practicing Witchcraft and involves a deeper connection. This entails the use of specific herbs for that working , invocations, candles, creating sacred space, casting a consecrated circle, consecration of tools, phases of Luna and astrology house plus a great deal of specific thought.

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS


1. Q: If your a Witch that makes you a devil worshipper ,right?

ANSWER: Wrong. The "DEVIL" is an anti -pagan propaganda devise invented by the Christian church.

He { or more appropriately, "IT"} has never existed in written literature prior to the new testament. Witchcraft has always been a pre-Christian spiritual path which dates back to before 8000 bc.

2. Q: Are you a black Witch or a white Witch?

ANSWER: I as I can't speak on all other Witches behalf, None in my traditions, all colors have a different meaning and a different purpose at different times.
Black to many connotates "EVIL" and we are not " EVIL". Black to us is the most perfect color because black is the color of all colors combined.
Black also draws in the universal power for us to utilize it as we need it to help life on this planet as we know it.

White is the color most associated with Luna and we use this color in our full moon rituals. As in the white flower to signify silver. White is also the color that we use for our Goddess candle and to purify talisman.
White is also a repellant to psychic attacks. We use white for it's purifying properties.

3.Q: Are you a good Witch or a bad Witch?

ANSWER: All the Witches I know personally are good and we strive to help all life and to make our planet a better place to live on for animals and humans. Because our planet is sacred we honor the Goddess and strive to worship on her.
I again don't speak on everyone's behalf who worship to their deities. We don't go out of our way to hurt or harm another however when harm comes knocking at my door it's answered with my magick.
Spirituality shouldn't be a " test" to see who knows more, or whom is a hereditary Witch,, does it really matter?
We are humans so keeping that in mind we all make our share of mistakes( lessons) however Isn't that what life's about?
With the word Witch comes a certain responsibility as I don't use that word lightly. I am not a title person however to me it signifies a time in history that many died for and a people long forgotten for their sacrifices to make history what we have today. I do not look at the burning times in another other way but shame and pain.

I have met many Witches, I have known few.

4.Q: Is a Witch a female and the male a warlock?

ANSWER: Any one who part takes in the sacred arts of Witchcraft are called Witches. We don't use the word warlock as that's a Christian concept. It derives from the word" warloga" meaning oath breaker ,traitor and liar. The word warlock has no place in Witchcraft and never has.

5.Q: What is a tradition?

ANSWER: A tradition is a specific culture, deities, Goddess ,Gods, or a way in which you choose to worship. In our tradition we honor three Goddess and two Gods giving a balance to ying/yang/ or the feminine to the masculine.
There are many other traditions such as Eclectic, Traditionalist, Isis, Dianic, Gardnerian, Alexandrian and more.

6.Q: Since your a Witch can you see my future?

ANSWER: No. Witchcraft is a spiritual path. Many have empathic abilities however this pertains to all spiritual and religious paths. We meaning Witches or those that practice the scared rites are not here to solve your love life issues.
Worshipping our deities and working with energies to bring about changes for the betterment of human kind and our animal kingdom. To help heal the body, smells to awaken our minds, word of wisdom to help each other realize they are not alone in their struggles of daily living.

7. Q: How do you become a Witch?


1. You can find a coven if your fortunate enough and study with the high priestess and priest along with your coven mates.

2. You can also do a self dedication ritual. This is done at the full moon or on your birthday.

I believe it's so important to get a good foundation under any one new exploring their spiritual path and to find a great mentor and guide that's been there and done that to aid you on your journey of rediscovery. I often tell those new to not read books and I do that because many books only add more confusion and although yield many words, they have little to say. There are a few books on the market I would recommend that would teach you about the true meaning of Witchcraft.
This path man not be for everyone, nor everyone for this path. This is a way of life and we live our craft in one form or another daily. This passion, fire, a wanting to strive to be better comes from the inside. It's a connection to your higher consciousness. A higher purpose.

It's a calling deep inside you and you know this is where you belong at that time.

9. Last but not least, Witchcraft is NOT a federally recognized religion despite some who might thing so. Under our constitution it is illegal to deem any religion a federally acknowledged religion. It is states that decide to recognize Witchcraft as a religion and not all states do this. We have no national holidays nor any holidays even recognized. We continue to fight for equal rights but have a long way to go.

Religion is following some one else's concept and idea's , spirituality is paving your own path to your own beliefs.

Many went to the frontlines and became public about our craft and their practices. We must continue to be the voices for our ancestors and the old ways by continuing to enlighten the positive spiritual path when inquired by others seeking information.
No longer do we hide or should hide in the broom closet afraid of losing our jobs or having out children taken away. People are afraid of losing their status in their communities. Under the Pagan umbrellas hosts many beliefs which many worship in silence and alone due to these facts. I'm so proud to wear my pentagram opening. I am one of thousands that represent of our ancestors that also practiced the ancient arts of Witchcraft.

Many have gone public and took a lot of chances by doing so such as Laura Cabot out of Salem Mass. David Pickering whom I highly respect and highly recommend his book " Dictionary of Witchcraft".

If you want to know about the history of Witchcraft and the people that died so we can openly walk our spiritual path with out the threat of execution. Perhaps you might find that some of your relatives were part of the worst time in history, the burning times.
There are many others in the for front that teach and devote their lives and time to the education of the arts of Witchcraft.
We strive to unveil the negative aspect some have placed on our spiritual paths, to discredit the truth about Witchcraft, the lies and that Witches only come out at Halloween, we fly on brooms, swooping down to grab children and boil them in oil. These things are not true and never were.
Who is responsible for this? Disney, the media and the church. The chain of ignorance has to be broken one link at a time and this is my small contribution to help take out one link in that very long chain

In no way is this sight designed to recruit you to join our way of living. This is a teaching site for those who wish to learn about Witchcraft and to decide if this might perhaps by their path.



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GATHER ROUND THY SPIRITS OF OLD , VOICES THE SECRETS ABOUT TO UNFOLD, THREE WOMEN CIRCLE ROUND, AS THEY STAND ON SACRED GROUND. BREWS OF LAUGHTER IN THE NIGHTS GENTLE BREEZES WORDS OF DEVOTION NOW TAKE FLIGHT, THE STARS KISS THE RITUALS ENERGIES AS WE SEND IT INTO THE COSMOS. BLESSING ALWAYS BESTOWED UNTO THE CHILDREN OF TIME FROM WHENTH A TIME WE SHALL SEE ONCE MORE. TO THY MOTHER I AM TRUE, MY HEART IS OF YOURS AS YOURS IS OF MINE, I SEE THROUGH THE YEARS OF TIME THOUGH YOUR EYES OF WISDOMS AND HULMILATIONS. WE ARE BUT ONE,, I CAN NOT LIVE WITH OUT YOU, NOR YOU OF ME.
DAY LIGHT COMES FORTH AND A NEW AWAKING ARRIVES IN THE MIST OF THE GLOWING SHADES OF THE GROVES. ABOUND IN RICHNESS OF THOUGHT AND TIME , WE ESCAPE TO YOU THY OLD ONES IN COMFORT AND COMPASSION.
SO MOTE IT BE!





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HERE IS A POEM MY TEACHER HANDED TO ME AND THOUGHT IT FIT WELL INTO THE BREATH OF LIFE. I HOPE YOU LIKE IT AS WELL.

SCHOOL INVOCATION BY: DIANE ACKERMAN

IN THE NAME OF DAYBREAK AND THE EYELIDS

OF MORNING AND THE WARFARING MOON

AND THE NIGHT WHEN IT DEPARTS,

I SWEAR I WILL NOT DISHONOR

MY SOUL WITH HATRED,

BUT OFFER MY SELF HUMBLY

AS THE GUARDIAN OF NATURE,

AS A HEALER OF MISERY,

AND A MESSANGER OF WONDER

AND AN ARCHITECT OF PEACE.

IN THE NAME OF THE SUN AND IT'S MIRRORS

AND THE DAY THAT EMBRACES IT,

AND THE CLOUD VEILS DRAWN OVER IT,

AND THE UTTERMOST NIGHT,

AND THE MALE AND THE FEMALE,

AND THE PLANTS BURSTING WITH SEEDS,

AND THE CROWNING SEASONS

OF THE FIREFLY AND THE APPLE,

I WILL HONOR ALL LIFE

WHEREVER AND IN WHAT EVER FORM

IT MAY DWELL- ON EARTH MY HOME,

AND IN THE MANSIONS OF THE STARS.


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Many are confused as to what exactually is a waxing moon and a waning moon phase and how can I tell which phase I'm in now and what working should I be doing at what phase of the moon I'm in. Here's some information to help guide you. If your in the Southern Hemisphere just reverse this.

In the northern hemisphere, if the left side of the Moon is dark then the light part is growing, and the Moon is referred to as waxing (moving towards a full moon). If the right side of the Moon is dark then the light part is shrinking, and the Moon is referred to as waning (moving towards a new moon). Assuming that the viewer is in the northern hemisphere, the right portion of the Moon is the part that is always growing. The phrase "dog comes, cat goes" is any easy way to remember the phases of the moon. A waxing moon has the shape of the letter D (which is the first letter of dog) and a waning moon has the shape of the letter C (which is the first letter of cat)



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