It’s Here the Life in The Craft Sample Journal

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We have information and simple rituals for both Ostara and Mabon, a couple of spells plus other goodies. Keep in mind this is a sample so it is smaller than the issues starting with the bi-monthly subscription issues. Subscription rates are $4.00 USD per month or $20.00 USD per year (with the yearly subscription you pay for 5 issues but receive 6)

The sample will only be available until Friday, March 8, 2019


Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck – German theoretical physicist

Albert Einstein – German-born theoretical physicist

Erwin Schrödinger – Austrian Physicist

Werner Karl Heisenberg – German theoretical physicist

Max Born – German physicist and mathematician

The four men that I’ve named, amongst others, are the main figures regarding Quantum Mechanics which is an application of the mathematical sort of the Quantum Theory that expounds upon the fact that energy is matter. To break it down, everything is made of energy, and that includes us.

With that being said, we can now get on with the subject at hand, which is grounding.

Our body always have a flow of energy running through and around it.  That is what helps us to exist.  Sometimes, especially after doing a magickal work, our bodies are teaming with energy that is surging through and around us.  If you don’t ground yourself after every ritual & spell…

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Moon Ritual Cakes

1 cup/128 grams shortening or 1/2 cup/113 grams shortening and 1/2 cup/113 grams of butter

1/3 cup/43 grams sugar

2/3 cup/86 grams ground blanched almonds

1 2/3/ 214 grams flour

1/4 teaspoon salt/1.25 ml salt

1 cup/128 grams confectioner’s sugar

1 teaspoon/5 ml cinnamon

Mix together shortening, sugar, and almonds. Soft together flour, salt, and then stir into almond mixture until a soft dough forms. Chill dough for at least one hour. Preheat oven to 325F/165C. Break off pieces of chilled dough and roll pencil thin. Cut rolled dough in 2 1/2/6.5 cm lengths and form each into a verdant shape with your fingers. Bake in an increased cookie sheet until set, but not brown, about 14-16 minutes. Mix together confectioners sugar and cinnamon. Cool cookies on pan, and while they are slightly warm dip each in cinnamon mixture. Makes approximately five dozen crescent Moons. For vegan guests, use a natural sugar substitute in place of refined sugar.

Copyright by Kirin Lee Llewellyn’s Witches’ Datebook 1999 Page 49