Sorry the website has not had much new information in February but Dawn of the Day, Lady Beltane and Raven Spirit Walker have all been ill. We are recovering slowly and Lady Beltane plans to get new things up starting tomorrow.
Blessed be dear ones
Today’s fun is with Dragons.
Dragon with a Male Witch
Chinese Earth Dragon
This reminded me of an baby Dragon learning how to breath Fire.
To show us your Paper-plate Dragon please send it as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org Please include only your first or pagan name. You have until Saturday, February 13th to email it to us to be included in the post.
Purify your energy, grant a wish, protect yourself, activate your intuition, or create a healing charm with one of these fun and simple unicorn spells.
Unicorns remind us to believe in magic and miracles.
Also a symbol of purity, protection, healing, intuition, and granted wishes, the unicorn can be an excellent ally to invoke in your magical work.
Here are five unicorn spells you can try today.
1. Unicorn Purification Spell
2. Unicorn Wish Granting Spell
3. Unicorn Protection Charm
4. Unicorn Intuition Activating Meditation
5. Unicorn Healing Sachet
With wings but no horn it is a Pegasus
With just one horn and no wings it is called a Unicorn
When you combine a Unicorn with a Pegasus you get a Unipeg which has one horn and wings.
Magickal Intentions: Communication, Divination, Writing, Knowledge, Business Transactions, Debt, Fear, Loss, Travel, Money Matters
Color: black, light blue, brown, gray, green, magenta, orange, peach, purple, red, silver, turquoise, violet, white, yellow; orange is the primary color
Number: 3, 5
Charm: distaff, rod, runes, staff, iridescent garments
Stone: moss agate, amethyst, bloodstone, emerald, hematite, lapis lazuli, lodestone, pearl, ruby, sapphire, sodalite, all blue stones
Animal: bear, dog, fox, magpie, swan, weasel
Plant: almond, bayberry, chamomile, cherry, cinnamon, cinquefoil, clove, coltsfoot, ginger, hazel, hazelnut, jasmine, lavender, millet, oak, peppermint, periwinkle, rosemary, sage, St. John’s wort, sweet pea, tamarind, lemon verbena, violet
Incense: cassia, cedar, cinnamon, clove, frankincense, jasmine, lavender, mastic, mint, rosemary, sage, sandalwood, storax, dried and powdered citrus peel, and all incense made from aromatic bark, wood, and seeds
Goddess: Carmenta, Hecate (Queen of Crossroads), Hel, Ishtar, Ma’at, the Morrigan, Nike
God: Anubis, Bragi, Elath-Iahu. Enki, Garuda, Hermes, Maximon (Black Magician), Mercury, Nebo (Wise God of Wednesday), Odin, Shango, Ullr, Vishnu, Wayland, WodenEvocation: Agrat Bat Mahalat, Michael, Miel, Raphael, Seraphiel, Tiriel
Lilith is a Middle Eastern goddess of abundance, fertility, and fecundity, the giver of agriculture to humans. The first woman created and the first wife of Adam, she refused to be subordinate to Adam in any way. Lilith is associated with the owl, a figure of darkness and deep wisdom, for she is also the goddess of death and transformation. SHe is sometimes represented as a demonic figure, for her dark wisdom and her sexual energy can be very threatening. She is known to appear as a frightening figure in dreams. Lilith is associated with the lotus, and the symbolism of that flower tells us much about her. The lotus, an exquisite flower that grows out of dark, rank, decaying earth, represents spiritual unfolding and the blossoming of wisdom. Like the lotus, Lilith challenges us to look upon our dark side and incorporate it into our wholeness so our great beauty can blossom forth.