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Earth-Based Religions

Magical Defense

When practicing magic, self-defense is both one of the simplest and most necessary tools to learn. Simple in that most gifted individuals do it unconsciously; necessary because, while true attacks are rare, they can and will happen. Outlined below are a few of the simpler ways to protect yourself against …

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Ancient European Paganism

For eons before Constantine the First converted to Christianity in 312CE, the indigenous peoples of Europe: Latins, Kelts, Slavs and Germans, practiced the universal treatise of polytheism, or the belief in numerous gods. Whether the god was named Zeus(Greeks), Jupiter(Romans), Odin(Germanic tribes) or Svarog(Slavs), they all shared the same basic …

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Personal Morality

Given the spiritual confusion of contemporary society, one thing stands out in stark relief: What we need are more people of character and integrity. Character and integrity begin with our personal conduct and our personal conduct flows from an internalized value system. We need to know and know in depth …

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Spirit Guides Fox

If you find yourself with a fox as a spirit guide, you are a lucky soul indeed! The fox has been revered across many cultures for a very long time, from the Native Americans to the ancient Chinese. There are different kinds of foxes, some of which include Arctic (vulpes …

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Creating Abundance

Abundance comes in many forms. We can be abundant in health, time, beauty and many other things, as well as having financial abundance. However, when you’re asking for or trying to manifest abundance (whatever area of your life you’re focusing on) there are a few little tips and tricks that …

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The Celtic God Belenus

To begin with, there are countless names for this god, Belenus being but one. He is also known variously as Belinus, Belenos, Belinu, Belanu, Bellinus, Belus and simply Bel. The name, in any given version, means ‘Shining One’ or ‘Bright’ and ‘Brilliant’. He was worshipped originally in Gaul, Britain and …

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Yule Celebration Food Ideas

Yule, or the period around the winter solstice, is a traditional pagan time for sharing food with family, friends and the wider community. Whether you are having a party, a small family meal or planning to surprise your work colleagues with some festive treats, you can take inspiration from the …

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Deer Spirit Guide

Deer and stags were historically important for both Native American tribes and Western European ones. In Western Europe, elaborate hunts were organised so that men might ensnare a stag to grace the lord’s table, especially during feasting-times. The man capable of bringing down such a graceful and cunning animal was …

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