Chants

I have been working on putting together a Chant Book.  I got the idea from a friend at a Samhain Ritual I attended a week ago.  I have been writing down the chants that I have learned including where I learned it.  For example, I learned the chant: We All Come from the Goddess/Hoof and Horn.  In my research, I found an additional verse to it!  I found a version of it on Youtube.  You can click on this link to hear it.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZmrjl5J0kE  One of the things I have been looking for is the sheet music to some of the chants so I remember the melody.  I found this site that has the sheet music to a lot of different chants.  I have been including those in my Chant book as well.  I know how to read music so that helps!  You can click on this link to check out the site with the sheet music for various chants.  http://www.firecirclechants.com/sheetmusic/

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Protection Chants (part 1)

White Light Protection

While chanting, visualize three white rings surrounding you.  One ring around your head, another around your center, and a third around your ankles:

Three times the rings go round

All evil shall stay on the ground

If any evil is near this place

It cannot enter my safety space

Three times three

So mote it be

Personal Space Protection 

Divine Goddess If negativity dwells within this space

Make it leave, this is my personal place

Gianne, Lady (2013-11-10). Magical Chants (Kindle Locations 114-118). . Kindle Edition.

Introduction [to Chanting]

[This is to go along with a series of chants by the same author Lady Gianne. I will be posting them periodically.]

These chants can be chanted any time you feel the need.  You can either speak the chant out loud or quietly in your head.  The chant will work either way, it is just as strong chanted silently as it is spoken.   Chants can be used is a variety of ways.  Many spells and rituals either require some language, or the caster feels adding some personal words would add to and strengthen their intent.  Many practitioners have no problem coming up with their own chant while others need a bit of inspiration from time to time.

You can repeat a chant as many times as you want, or simply say it once.  If you are chanting for protection, keep repeating the chant until you feel safe.  The same goes for raising energy.  Chant your energizing words over and over until your energy is raised to the level you need.    For example, the Food Blessing chant:   Oh Mother Earth, we thank you so For the food and beverage you bestow For your protection and your

Gianne, Lady (2013-11-10). Magical Chants (Kindle Locations 99-104). . Kindle Edition.