From the best-known authors on witchcraft, a three-part reference for discovering and celebrating the Masculine Principle of Divinity. A companion to the Farrars’ The Witches’ Goddess, this volume documents the ancient balance between God and Goddess. In part one, they explore the numerous faces of God throughout history: the Anti-God, the Son/Lover God, the Vegetation God, the War God, and more. In part two, they examine twelve gods from history and feature an invoking ritual for each god. Finally, part three offers a comprehensive dictionary with over 1,000 gods from cultures all over the world and throughout time. With over 30,000 copies sold, this title is likely to become the standard work on the masculine god aspect. The Witches’ God is part of The Paranormal, a series that resurrects rare titles, classic publications, and out-of-print texts, as well as publishes new supernatural and otherworldly ebooks for the digital age. The series includes a range of paranormal subjects from angels, fairies, and UFOs to near-death experiences, vampires, ghosts, and witchcraft.
Discover the History, Magick & Myths of the Horned One Explore the deep spiritual roots of the Horned God and discover rituals and activities designed to help you get closer to him.Throughout history, horned deities have been honored as gods of nature, sex, fertility, passion, sacrifice, death, and rebirth. The Horned God of the Witches reveals the origins and features of their most common guises—Pan, Cernunnos, Herne, Elen of the Ways, the Green Man, and even the Devil. Whether you are interested in the Wiccan Horned God—a more contemporary composite of several deities—or in one of his many other forms, these rituals for meeting the powerful deity will help you achieve your magical goals. With hands-on techniques for divination, creating an altar, working magick, spiritual lovemaking, and receiving the gifts of the Witchfather, this book supports a transformative deepening of your relationship to the divine.
From the best-known authors on witchcraft, a three-part reference for discovering and celebrating the Female Principle of Divinity. The Witches’ Goddess is of great practical value in discovering and celebrating the transforming energy of the Female Principle of Divinity. A companion to The Witches’ God, this is an important, three-part work by the Farrars, providing an in-depth exploration of the Goddess in her many aspects at a time when Western Culture is awakening to the influence of Feminine Divinity, both individually and collectively. In part one, they outline the numerous faces of the Goddess: her presence throughout history, her Earth and Moon symbolism, her Madonna and Magdalene disguises, her revelation in Woman, and her influence today. In part two, they examine thirteen goddesses from history, including Ishtar, Isis, Hecate, and Aphrodite, and offer rituals for invoking them. Part three is a comprehensive dictionary of more than 1,000 goddesses from cultures all over the world and throughout time. Each section features helpful line drawings, diagrams, and photographic illustrations. The Witches’ Goddess is part of The Paranormal, a series that resurrects rare titles, classic publications, and out-of-print texts, as well as publishes new supernatural and otherworldly ebooks for the digital age. The series includes a range of paranormal subjects from angels, fairies, and UFOs to near-death experiences, vampires, ghosts, and witchcraft.
This important work provides a unique, single-volume reference to more than a thousand goddesses of the world. The book is also of enormous practical value in discovering and celebrating the transforming love of the Goddess.The Witches’ Goddess falls into three main sections. Part I reveals the many faces of the Goddess: her presence throughout history, her Earth and Moon symbolism, her Madonna and Magdalene disguises, her revelation in Woman and her influence today. In Part II, the Farrars share detailed Craft rituals for involving the Goddess in thirteen of her many aspects from Ishtar to Isis, from dark Hecate to Aphrodite. Part III is an alphabetical listing of more than a thousand goddesses of the world, giving a brief history and the main correspondences for each. All three sections have helpful line drawings and diagrams in addition to the photographic illustrations accompanying the text.The Witches’ Goddess is an invaluable contribution to the literature on the Goddess principle, written at a time when that principle is inspiring or disturbing Western thought more than it has for many centuries.
We have all been lied to. A great and sinister conspiracy exists to keep us from uncovering the truth about our past. Have you ever wondered how Victorians dreamed up all that fantastic futuristic fiction? Did it ever occur to you that it might just have been based upon fact? That THE WAR OF THE WORLDS was a true account of real events? That Captain Nemo' s Nautilus even now lies rusting at the bottom of the North Sea? That there really was an invisible man? And what about the other stuff? Did you know that Queen Victoria had a sexual relationship with Dr Watson? Or that the elephant man was a product of an E.T./human hybridisation programme? Or that Jack the Ripper was a terminator robot sent from the future? Read on: and learn how a cabal of Victorian Witches from the Chiswick Townswomen's Guild, working with advanced Babbage super-computers, rewrote 19th Century history, and how a 23rd Century boy called Will Starling uncovered the truth about everything.
The Witches from the Other Side of Hell Dallas Dwayne Conn This story is full of witches and the evil spells that they cast in behalf of their lord, the devil. The more evil that they are able to do, the more power that the devil gives to them. They sacrifice anyone and everyone that they can to get the devils blessing. The more that the devil likes them, the stronger they shall become. When the people in this story run into two witches that are really old, they learn that the older the witch is, the more powerful she becomes. The warrior is sent out by God and one of his angels to destroy the witches. That doesnt mean that his job is going to be easy just because God and an angel are on his side. The way that the witches use their evil magic to do their sacrifices is graphic, and it goes into full detail of the skinning and the bloodletting. Evil witches are deceivers of men, and that is why God picks one man to become a warrior for him. The warrior uses his faith in God to gain strength and wisdom to fight the battle between good and evil, the fight between the good light and the darkness. Who will win this fight to the death is in this book of evil and good magic. Everything comes with a price, and you will be left asking yourself if you have what it takes to make the right call. The warrior is wearing his costume, and it will give him great power. What will you use to defeat the evil that the witches from the other side of hell throw at you?
In the sixth installment of the award-winning Temple of Witchcraft series, popular author Christopher Penczak explores the quest of the God. In this volume, the twelve signs of the zodiac represent the God's symbolic journey through the sky. Each archetypal astrological force offers readers unique insight into the mysteries and the role of a high priest or high priestess. This manual of practical exercise, witchcraft theology, and ministerial advice also explores witchcraft and the modern world, discussing how contemporary issues can be approached from the perspective of witchcraft spirituality. A magickal education through the zodiac signs Learning tools for pagan ministers Earth stewardship and working with ley lines Ancestor work Trance work through dance and plant substances Mediumship within witchcraft Communing with your own personal twelvefold pantheon The lessons in this advanced magickal book culminate in a powerful self-initiation ritual that combines the lessons of the Goddess's descent and the God's journey, to bring awareness, understanding, and personal power.
Because the classic writings on the Qabala have been expressed primarily in the terminology of the Western Mystery Tradition or in terms of the ceremonial magician, its usefulness as a tool for the Craft has been overlooked. With this book, Ellen Cannon Reed -- a High Priestess of the Isian tradition -- brings the symbolism of the Qabala into a new light so pagans can see its value and use it to enhance the Great Work. Reed explains the Tree of Life -- the primary symbol used to represent the universal energies as "revealed" by the Qabala -- and how its spheres and paths correspond to elements in the pagan tradition. Teachers can use the Qabala to understand the growth of students and their problems, using the Vices and Virtues to recognize stages of growth. Reed also provides exercises, meditations, and encouragement to students who are studying without a teacher. She discusses the Qabala as it appears in everyday life, which spheres of the Tree of Life to use for specific workings, and details two rituals using the Tree: a Dedication to the Journey, and the Rite of mending Love. Reed's command of the material allows teachers and students alike to gain powerful insight into their own search for spirituality. First published in 1983 as Witches Qabala Book 1: The Goddess and the Tree, this revised and updated edition is enhanced with Reed's thirteen additional years of experience.
Witchcraft is far more than just spellcraft and celebrations. It is about honouring the ancient tradition and all the witch tools and fellowship that kept the tradition alive through the burning times before it was reawakened in the twentieth century. The Witches’ Coven will help you discover the secrets, the origins, and the symbolism behind every tool of the witch. Each tool has a magickal purpose as a key within our magick circle, which is the temple of the Goddess and the God of Nature. Each tool is also a sacred key to a specific magickal power that acts as a conduit for either electrical, magnetic, electromagnetic, or alchemical change with one’s will. Many modern witches are not aware of these ancient tools, which are as important today as they were thousands of years ago, both for solitary witches and for full working covens. The coven fellowship is a committed working spiritual family and is more important now in the twenty-first century than it was in the past, since we need the fellowship of a spiritual and magickal family to commit to a way of life that is as ancient as life itself. In The Witches’ Coven, you can work with the tools and enjoy the activities of fellowship, becoming one with the Goddess and God and all of Nature.
Have you ever wondered just how Religious experience first became apparent to humans on the Earth? Where did concepts of Gods and magick, and the rules for a society first develop and under what circumstances could all of this have possibly become inspired? With The Secret of the Witches - Episode One - The Gods, the first in a series of three works, Raji introduces God and Goddess who have been caring for the universe for billions of years, after it's creation by ALL, the all-encompassing creation force of the Universe. The Gods have carefully watched the development of life and have imbued it with the Spirit of Life and have chosen one particular species on one tiny planet to become infused with Self-awareness and Intelligence. They have decided to make their presence known to these people by actually manifesting themselves within the Mortal realm of existence, and instilling spiritual values into their crude societies by directly forming a relationship with them and teaching them the ways of Witchcraft. The reader is introduced to the story of the first two Witches, Oola and Bron, as they meet the two materially manifested Deities. They learn their craft, and learn how to commune with the Gods when the Deities later decide to return to the Spiritual realm of existence. The first Witches in the company of God and Goddess travel to a secluded place in order to learn these new ways and begin the spread of knowledge of the Gods to the rest of the people of the World. They encounter tribal people and begin to introduce primitive concepts of cooperation to them. As the pace of the story proceeds and many situations occur and there are many lessons that are learned not only by the Witches, but also by the Deities who have grown to love them as their children.