Shamanic Healing | Sing The Water Song

Shamanic Healing/Sing The Water Song-An important share, please read and perhaps we can make a difference, I hope so.

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This song was written by Irene Wawatie Jerome for Grandfather William Commanda’s 2002 Circle of All Nations gathering. It is recorded with permission from the Wawatie and Commanda families and the Circle of All Nations Foundation and the Elders in Canada.

This Algonquin Water Song expresses loving gratitude for the water and raises the consciousness and connection of women with Mother Nature’s greatest gift. The song is easy to learn, and our hope is that millions of women will sing it, raising their own connection and awareness of the water they interact with daily even in the shower or at the sink. Sing it 4 times, facing each of the 4 Directions. We believe this is a powerful step to change, leading to both a spiritual as well as environmental shift on our planet.

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Don’t Be A Poor Witch

This article caught my attention and as I read it, I found myself smiling and thinking back. When I did Tarot card readings, healings or spells, I asked for things in payment, which I needed. For example; some ciggies, or tinned goods. I was on Income Support at the time and Tara was still at …

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Paranormal World |Telepathy|Do your own experiments

A very thought provoking article by Alan Conrad. I agree with his comments about colour and telepathy. I do experiments with a pack of cards, thinking about the colour of the card before turning it over. I have done this since I was a child and I can confirm that this works in building up your telepathy. A great article.

Alan Conrad

When I was in my last year of high school, the first year when I was able to talk to other students, I devised an experiment to satisfy myself whether telepathy exists.

I got invited by three other boys toAC WP RSCN4338 ENH2 join them in playing cards at lunch, specifically the game Euchre which requires four players.

For those who don’t know, and without going into all the rules, let’s just say that Euchre is played in two ‘teams’ of two. In each round of play, you are dealt five cards and then you and your partner (who sits directly opposite you) try to coordinate your play.

Based on one of the cards left after the deal, one suit is declared trump. If it’s a heart, then a heart of any rank will defeat even an ace of clubs, spades or diamonds.

And so, each round when your partner is playing their…

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‘The Consciousness Hour’: Talking about the Faeries with Anthony Peake

A podcast between Neil Rushton and Anthony Peake, this is a fantastic opportunity to hear more about faeries and Neil’s own experiences. Do check out Anthony Peake’s website.


The-Hidden-Universe-An-Investigation-into-Non-Human-Intelligences-Anthony-Peake-508x813The great Anthony Peake was kind enough to invite me on to the January 2020 edition of his Consciousness Hour podcast to talk about the faeries and how they might interact with human consciousness. For those unfamiliar with Anthony’s work, I recommend checking out his website, which holds a big dataset of information, or, even better, sourcing some of his books, which investigate consciousness from a variety of perspectives. They are always deeply insightful. His most recent publication is The Hidden Universe: An Investigation into Non-Human Intelligences, published in December 2019. It’s excellent.

During our hour-long conversation we talked about:

  • My background and how I became interested in folklore, and especially the faerie phenomenon.
  • The chronology of cultural representations of the faeries, from Palaeolithic cave paintings to Tinkerbell.
  • The place of faeries in modern culture.
  • What are the faeries? Are they physical or non-physical?
  • How are the faeries experienced?…

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A magical path

The definition of Magic; The Silent Eye

The Silent Eye

“What,” asked my correspondent, enquiring about the School, “is magic?” It is not the first time I have been asked that question, once the difference between performance magic and the magical work of the esoteric path has been established.

Read any tale of magic, or indeed, the centuries-old treatises and grimoires that survive, and you would have to assume that magical work is all about gaining control. Spirits, demons, elementals and angels, all are to be summoned by the magician and bound to his bidding. Even those who have trained within an established and respected magical system will still use the old forms that look and sound as if this is the case. Young students who are just starting out on their path may well hold a vision of standing on a mountaintop commanding the storm like a Hollywood Merlin, anticipating the wild exhilaration of power. Are they deluded?…

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Druid roles – voicing the voiceless

A Druid’s Perspective

Druid Life

What does it mean to practice Druidry during the climate emergency? What should we be doing? What is the role of a Druid right now?

One of the roles we can take on is to give a voice to the voiceless. All the non-human life of this world, and all the people who do not speak the languages of dominant western cultures need hearing. The land needs a voice. Future generations need a voice. Someone must speak for the oceans and rivers, for the droughts and the fires, the storms and the instability. We can do this.

It’s not just about raising awareness. We need to inspire people with feelings of care and compassion alongside helping them feel they can make a change. Climate chaos is frightening and overwhelming, and balancing the honesty of this horror against the necessity for hope is a delicate thing. I tend to feel Druid…

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I Don’t Believe It.

An interesting article and one which had me shaking my head in a "what now!" way. The image is of the actor who played Victor Meldrew whose catchphrase was "I don't believe it."

Tlachtga, Forgotten Celtic Goddess – by Judith Shaw

Tlachtga, Forgotten Celtic Goddesses a very interesting article.

judith shaw photoI am the Sun – bringer of the warming light of day. I am Lightning –  bringer of fire to Earth. I am Tlachtga who flew through the sky together with my father Mog Ruith in our glowing wheel. I am destruction and creation. I illuminate the darkness and point to the pathway of light that resides in each of you. Over time I made my final resting place at the Hill of Tlachtga, where the great fire ritual of Samhain is practiced, reminding the folk of the promise of Sun’s return at the end of the time of darkness and dreaming.  


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The Holy of Holies and the Umbilical Cord: The Evolution of a Ritual Object by Jill Hammer

A wonderful article, this spoke to me on a spiritual level.

In the Jewish calendar, we’re just past the holiday season—the High Holidays, the harvest festival of Sukkot, and the concluding festival of Simchat Torah when the last verses of the Torah are read and the first verses are started again. The Torah readings for these holidays speak often of the offerings once made on the altar in the Tabernacle in celebration of these festivals.  Particularly on Yom Kippur, the readings mention the kodesh kodashim: the holy of holies. This enclosed sacred space contained, according to legend: the tablets of the Commandments inside an ark, topped by two cherubim that held up an empty space between them—an empty space understood to be the amplified presence of an invisible God.  As I think back over my powerful summer, which was largely spent with Jewish priestesses on various retreats and adventures (in Connecticut, Mississippi, California, Costa Rica, England and Scotland), I am…

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