I am pleased to present spiritual knowledge.
The activities performed will help to develop and strengthen personal bond with spirit. The ideology of witchcraft is applied to cope with anger.
The witch's ideology is each individual would share with one another in a humanitarian relationship. There are mutual expectations, unwritten policies, for each individual to behave toward one another. Each person is assumed to react in certain ways to create a sense of stability. Witches are obligated to be loyal and kind to one another; Love is given, respect is earned, trust is aquired and courtesy is a must.
If you don't have love, respect, trust, loyalty and courtesty in your friendships, then you will have nothing. No one will have your back.
Legend is one of the foundations of the spiritual path. The legend of the Cad Goddeu, the Battle of the Trees, will introduce you to where self interest, anger and love can lead.
As you make your way across the words on the pages, I hope to open your mind and heart to spirit as a friend and a guide. Read my writing, my chosen path, my activities and how to contact me.
Spirits Watch Over... Go In Peace.
"The shortest possible summary of the Otherworld Initiation would be:
An individual is transported magically to another world, which is the origin of all life and death and power. In this Otherworld, certain events occur in a specific sequence, culminating in the vision of a Tree, the fruit of which brings forth wisdom and prophecy. During this journey, the initiate communes with the Ancients-a tradition derived from the most primitive Celtic Root, the Cult of the Dead. Finally, the prophetic vision vouchsafes a sequence of insights, some of which are predictive, while others are unutterable in normal language." The Prophetic Vision of Merlin.
Quote from: The 21 Lessons of Merlyn, a Study of Druid Magic& Lore
Author- Douglas Monroe
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