Spirit, Body and Mind

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I know most of my stuff is from before recorded time, but these ancient civilizations were very advanced.  More advance than we are today.  I try to bring the teachings I find from the land before time and bring them to you.  I also try to put it in a way that people today can understand.  A big one I have found is that you must balance spirit, body and mind.  If you want to be happy and have less anxiety, then this post is for you.   

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The Skeleton

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Skeletons are everywhere in art, religions, heritage, stories and legends, but what do they symbolize?   Skeletons are used in festivals, put on t-shirts, jewelry and posters.   Obviously we have lost the true meaning of the skeleton.  To most the skeleton has to do with death, but the real meaning has nothing to do with death.  

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The Cloak

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The cloak is an outer garment worn over clothing.  It has been used as a coat to protect one from the cold and rain, but it has also been a fashion statement or part of a uniform.  The cloak is a staple in fantasy genre and medieval stories.  Cloaks are usually associated with Witches, Wizards and Vampires.  Since they are so prevalent in magic and stories with hidden symbolism they must represent something.  It definitely has a meaning, but like everything else it has been lost to time.  Time to bring the true meaning of the cloak back.  

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The Sphinx

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The most famous Sphinx is the Egyptian Sphinx, but there were Sphinxes all over the ancient world.  What were the ancients trying to tell us with Sphinxes? Symbolically Sphinxes were guardians of entrances.  I have shown in previous work how  cherubs are actually  Sphinxes, but what is the meaning of the Sphinx?   In order to answer that we must look at how the Sphinxes were used in legends and myths.  To actually understand a symbol you must go back to the origin.  

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The Star

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The star is the pentacle, pentagram or any other version of this 5 pointed image. They are all stars.  The star is the most widely revered of all esoteric symbols.  Its on just about every countries flag and is associated with magic, paganism, devilry and christian mysticism.  Islam even has it on their flag.  Everyone has their own idea of what this symbol means to their cause, but no one knows the true meaning of this symbol.  Time to enlighten.  

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Mjolnir

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It is said that Mjolnir or Thor’s hammer is a symbol that Norse pagans used to symbolize their adherence to their ancestral gods.  Thor’s hammer is the best known pagan symbol today.  The legends of Thor are full of symbolism and hidden history, but his religion, like all religions, was used to control the common people.  Just like all other religions, it is a Masonic religion. 

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Three Levels of Magic

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Magic is not for the faint of heart.  There are different levels to Magic.  My techniques in Magic are meant to unlock certain things inside you.  If I write about something you don’t understand it could be for someone who is more advanced in Magic.   The more advanced person will understand what Im writing about and the less advanced person might think Im crazy.  Don’t get lost in your own translation. I have put Magic into 3 categories.  Novice, Intermediate and Ancient.   Some new readers are sending me emails of how my stuff is confusing and a little out there.   I will try to show you how to go up a level in Magic so you can understand.   Just like everything else you can’t jump right in and expect to be an expert.  

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A Bardic Sigil Technique

The Druid's Garden

Sigil creation in progress!

I open up a sacred grove with intention.  After opening the grove, I sit for a few moments, breathing deeply and centering myself.  When ready, I pick up the chalk pastel and I allow the chalk pastel to move across the page, closing my eyes at points, emphasizing lines at points, and letting me be in the flow of the moment.  I keep refining the design, moving pieces of it to new areas of the paper.  I don’t focus too much, paying attention instead to my overall intention: a specific land healing sigil, a sigil that will link different sacred sites I’m working on and work with ley line energy on the landscape. After a number of versions, the sigil seems complete, and I work to transfer it to a wooden round–the process of transfer allowing it to undergo yet another, final, revision.  In today’s post…

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Where Does Magic Come From?

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Magic means the effects of the stars.  The convergence of star energies.  The stars have influences and is why magic and astrology usually go hand in hand.  The effects of influences on earth and ourselves became the basis of magical thinking.  You are a physical body and you have invisible principals operating through you.  The earth and stars are exactly the same.  They operate and pass through numeral changes.  They have energy fields that vibrate.  These energy fields are involved in the evolution of everything.  All life is nourished by energy fields. You can effect these energy fields through human consciousness or by various substances that carry the energies.  The whole Universe or Nature is a vast organism.  We can only see the outside or the surface.

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Mascots

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Today mascots are any character that brings luck to any certain group of people.  We see them mainly for sports teams, schools and companies, but mascots are everywhere.  It seems that every group wants a character to help sell their brand.  We are told that mascot comes from the French ‘mascotte’ and means lucky charm.  Well it does come from the French, but like so many other things the true history is hidden.  

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