Tag Archives: Pagan Blog Project

Colour Correspondences

Red Significance: Strength, Health, Vigor, Lust, Danger Planet: Mars Day: Tuesday Astrological Sign: Scorpio Sabbat: Yule Orange Significance: Encouragement, Adaptability, Stimulation, Attraction, Plenty, Kindness Planets: Sun, Mars, Mercury Deity: Brighid Days: Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday Astrological Signs: Leo, Sagittarius Sabbat: Imbolc … Continue reading

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The Element of Air

Magical Correspondences Gender: Masculine Colour: Yellow Time of Day: Dawn Cardinal Direction: East Season: Spring Altar Tools: Censer, Wand Cycle of Life: Infancy Tarot Suit: Swords Qualities: Life, Faith Animals: Eagle, Hawk, All Birds Metals: Copper, Tin Crystal: Topaz Places … Continue reading

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Esbats — Pagan Blog Project ’12

Esbat is a celebration of a full moon. It is usually a coven meeting with a special full moon ritual, performed by the high priestess or the high priest. Solitary witches may have their own full moon rituals as well. Some … Continue reading

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Elder Flower — Pagan Blog Project ’12

Elder Flower Description: Elder flower is a shrub or small tree that grows 4–6 m high. Snow-white flowers are located on large inflorescences to 20 cm in diameter. The fruit is dark purple. Health: Elder is used for making herbal … Continue reading

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Divination — Pagan Blog Project ’12

Since the ancient times, people tried to predict the future, and today they still do. Predicting the future remains something that even modern technology can’t figure out. In the past, seers were very appreciated and valued, but when the Middle Ages … Continue reading

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Dandelion & Deadly Nightshade — Pagan Blog Project ’12

Dandelion Description: Dandelion is up to 40 cm high plant. It grows on meadows, and also in parks and gardens. Its blossoms have bright golden colour. Use in cuisine: Young leaves can be prepared as a salad that is very … Continue reading

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Pagan Blog Project 2012

Maybe you noticed there is a new image in the sidebar (below the pentacle). And if you were wondering why, it’s because I’ve joined a project called Pagan Blog Project 2012. The project’s purpose is to spend a full year dedicating your … Continue reading

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