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Athame

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Athame

An athame is a ceremonial blade, generally with a black handle. It is the main ritual implement or magical tool among several used in ceremonial magic traditions, and by other neopagans. An athame can take many forms. Contrary to popular belief, athames are not required to have double-edged blades. Contemporary Witchcraft practitioners often choose a double-edged blade since this carries symbolic meaning. Some Witchcraft will choose a single edge athame and use the straight edge to ring the bell for rituals. The athame’s primary use is to channel and direct psychic energy, generally conceived as etheric fire. They are usually not supposed to harm or draw blood.

The ritual drawing of the boundary of the magic circle, also known as “Casting The Circle”, is usually done with an athame. The athame is associated with the magical element of fire, so the circle is considered to be cast in etheric fire. This fire is traditionally envisioned as blue, indigo or violet, although it may equally well be envisioned as other colors. When the circle is ritually purified after being cast, that is traditionally done with the remaining three elements air (Incense), water (Salt-Water), and earth (Salt), because the element of fire has already been imbued into the circle during the casting, by the use of the athame.

After the casting, the athame is the tool traditionally used to invoke the elemental guardians of the four directions, Calling The Quarters, typically by drawing invoking pentagrams at each quarter. As a Masculine Principle, the athame is often used in combination with the chalice, as Feminine Principle, evoking the act of procreation, as a symbol of universal creativity. The athame represents the magical element of fire, associated with the Sun and the Horned God; while the chalice represents the magical element of water, associated with the Moon and the Goddess. The union of the two then represents the union of God and Goddess, Male and Female, Sun and Moon, Fire and Water. The marriage of the Sun and Moon, the union of opposites, is an ancient idea in alchemy, and the Hieros Gamos or Sacred Marriage of God and Goddess is an even more ancient idea in pagan religions. This rite is done by dipping the athame into the chalice to bless the wine. This is a symbol of the Great Rite in Witchcraft rituals. Some modern Witchcraft traditions may prefer not to use iron blades, instead preferring alternatives such as copper, bronze or stone, such as obsidian. If they conceive of this casting in the traditional way, as a casting of etheric fire via a projection of psychic energy. One common way to do this is by using the four magical elements of Fire (Candle), Air (Incense), Water and Salt, and perhaps anointing the blade with an oil infused with magical herbs.

If they conceive of the circle casting as cutting a line in the air with the tool of air, then they may choose to purify the circle with the remaining three elements of fire, water, and eart, this would involve using a candle to purify the circle, and omitting the incense, since the circle has already been imbued with the element of air.

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Witchcraft Chalice

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Chalice

A chalice or goblet is a footed cup intended to hold a drink. In religious practice, a chalice is often used for drinking during a ceremony or may carry a certain symbolic meaning.

Christian Chalice

In Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, Anglicanism, Lutheranism and some other Christian denominations, a chalice is a standing cup used to hold sacramental wine during the Eucharist. Chalices are often made of precious metal, and they are sometimes richly enameled and jeweled. The gold goblet was symbolic for family and tradition.

The chalice is considered to be one of the most sacred vessels in Christian liturgical worship, and it is often blessed before use. In the Roman Catholic Church, and some Anglo-Catholic churches, it was the custom for a chalice to be consecrated by being anointed with chrism, and this consecration could only be performed by a bishop or abbot (only for use within his own monastery).

The Holy Chalice, also known as the Holy Grail, is in Christian tradition the vessel that Jesus used at the Last Supper to serve wine. The Synoptic Gospels refer to Jesus sharing a cup of wine with the Apostles, saying it was the covenant in his blood. The use of wine and chalice in the Eucharist in Christian churches is based on the Last Supper story.

Witchcraft Chalice

The chalice, or goblet, is symbolic for the element of Water. Many Wizard and Witch do not consider it to be a tool, but instead to be a symbol of the Goddess, particularly her womb. The chalice bears many similarities with the Holy Grail, except for its symbolism used in witchcraft. Rather than being the blood of Christ, it is symbolic of the Goddess’ womb. The chalice is often used to hold wine.

In Witches a chalice, as a feminine principle, is often used in combination with the Athame (ceremonial black-handled knife), as male principle. Combining the two evokes the act of procreation, as a symbol of universal creativity. This is a symbol of the Great Rite in Witches rituals. A chalice is also used in the Small Rite. Use it to hold any appropriate wine for your magic, offerings and/or drink. Your chalice is placed in the West: Water Element direction.

The Tree of Life

  • Ever Lasting Life
  • Positive Energy
  • Good Health
  • Connection to All Things
  • The Cycles of Life
  • Harmony and Balance
  • The Flow and Cycles of Nature

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WitchcraftAltar #Altar

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Altar

An altar is a structure upon which offerings such as sacrifices are made for religious purposes. Altars are found at shrines, temples, churches and other places of worship. They are used particularly in Pagan, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Modern Paganism, and Witchcraft. Many historical faiths also made use of them, including Witchcraft, Roman, Greek, and Norse religion.

Witchcraft Altar

Witchcraft altars may be set up outside as well as indoors. Some Witchcraft dedicate an entire room to their practice while others use a temporary altar. A temporary altar can be any flat surface that can be moved easily such as a coffee table. More permanent altars are left up for the Wiccan to return to for their rites and rituals. Personal altars are those placed in a private bedroom, closet, or other space usually occupied by one person. They are used for practices of piety intended for one person.

A Witchcraft altar is a raised structure or place used for worship or prayer, upon which a Witchcraft practitioner places several symbolic and functional items for the purpose of worshiping the God and Goddess, casting spells, and/or saying chants and prayers. There are many types of altars Witchcraft may choose to use during ritual. Depending the rite they are performing, the material used for their altars may vary. This is because in many circles, different types of wood are believed to carry certain magical qualities. The altar is often considered a personal place where practitioners put their ritual items.

In the most basic form, an altar can be a single stone or a flickering candle that serves as a focal point for your meditation practice. If your spiritual practice is earth-based, your more formal altars may want to include a nod to each of the four directions. A more elaborate altar could include many elements that bring to focus a different energy that you would like to focus on. If you are creating an altar for group ritual, perhaps each member of the group brings an object to place on the altar to represent a facet of the work you are doing together. If you have a spiritual project that spans many days or sessions, you may want to bring a new object to the altar at the beginning of each session to refresh and deepen the practice.

Some Witchcraft arrange their altars to represent all four elements and directions. In the North the earth element is represented; in the east is air, in the south is fire, and in the west water. These elements can be represented in various ways, but generally do not vary in elemental and directional correspondences. When placing items on an altar or when a practice involving inviting the elements to be a part of the circle and lend their power a practitioner will move clockwise and when dismissing the elements they will move counter-clockwise.

Common items on a Witchcraft altar include athame, broom, candles, cauldron, chalice, incense, pentacle, wand, etc. Some of the items represent the Earth’s four elements, but elements may be represented more literally, with gems, salt, water, plant material, etc.

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Coven

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Coven

A coven is a group or gathering of Witch or Wizard. Lineaged Witchcraft is organised into covens of initiated Priests and Priestesses. Coven are autonomous and are generally headed by a High Priest and a High Priestess working in partnership, being a couple who have each been through their first, second, and third degrees of initiation. Occasionally the leaders of a coven are only second-degree initiates, in which case they come under the rule of the parent coven. Initiation and training of new Priesthood is most often performed within a coven environment, but this is not a necessity, and a few initiated Witchcraft are unaffiliated with any coven. Most covens would not admit members under the age of 18. They often do not advertise their existence, and when they do, do so through pagan magazines. Some organise courses and workshops through which prospective members can come along and be assessed.

A commonly quoted Witchcraft tradition holds that the ideal number of members for a coven is thirteen, though this is not held as a hard-and-fast rule. Indeed though the membership may be augmented by unaffiliated Witchcraft at “Open” rituals. That covens typically contained between five and ten initiates. They generally avoid mass recruitment due to the feasibility of finding spaces large enough to bring together greater numbers for rituals and because larger numbers inhibit the sense of intimacy and trust that covens utilise.

Initiation into a coven is traditionally preceded by an apprenticeship period of a year and a day. A course of study may be set during this period. In some covens a “Dedication” ceremony may be performed during this period, some time before the initiation proper, allowing the person to attend certain rituals on a probationary basis.

Lost Bearded White Brother is Witchcraft Solitary Practitioner also choose to study for a year and a day before their self-dedication to the religion.

With the rise of the Internet as a platform for collaborative discussion and media dissemination, it became popular for adherents and practitioners of Witchcraft to establish “Online Covens” which remotely teach tradition-specific Witchcraft to students in a similar method of education. However, because of potentially-unwieldy membership sizes, many online covens limit their memberships to anywhere between 10 and 100 students.

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Ardghar

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Ardghar

I work with a sensible spirits occultist. The occult, in the broadest sense, is a category of esoteric supernatural beliefs and practices which generally fall outside the scope of religion and science, encompassing phenomena involving otherworldly agency, such as magic and mysticism and their varied spells. It can also refer to supernatural ideas like extra-sensory perception and parapsychology.

The Wizard is an ancient symbol of secret wisdom. For the most part arcane knowledge is available to those who know where to look and is allowed to do so. I learned what I know for the most part from my mentor. As a highly evolved creature: in part a remnant of ancient worlds in which human beings evolved sufficiently to take on physical bodies in remote lifetimes. It is a throwback to our antiquity, to the unresolved and unredeemed histories in our own past lives. It combines the two elements, earth and air, also the two planes, the physical and the spirits occultist.

A grimoire is a textbook of magic, typically including instructions on how to create magical objects like talismans and amulets, how to perform magical spells, charms and divination, and how to summon or invoke supernatural entities such as angels, spirits and deities. In many cases, the books themselves are believed to be imbued with magical powers, although in many cultures, other sacred texts that are not grimoires have been believed to have supernatural properties intrinsically.

Our metaphysical examines the fundamental nature of reality, including the relationship between mind and matter; merges three of them; lifelong music, art and magic. We believe that practically any object can be magic. The prominence that it gave to the idea of influencing or controlling nature led many scientists to look into magic and those arts, which it was thought that, could put nature to the test by means of experiments. Magic is everywhere, and a growing number of people are waking up to its power. Real magic takes work, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t also be a great delight.

I grew up as a weird suggesting something supernatural kid. You’re both a dreamer and a doer, reading people, extremely sensitive, highly creative and the potential to be a great leader. While there was a few my main resource for understanding my mystical and paranormal experiences were books and a few trusted peers.

I consider myself a sensible occultist. A solitary practitioner that chooses to practice her spiritual faith in the privacy of her home or other designated space. I don’t know how everything works, and that’s okay. I use a combination of study, observation, and intuition to arrive at working theories. Though I am grateful to my mentor and of some accomplished people in general. In my craft art, music, or magic require special manual skill interests including music, painting, drawing, photography, jewelry, prints, etchings, engravings, sculpture, and more.

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Yule (Winter Solstice)

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Yule (Winter Solstice)

It’s the holiday season, which is the time of year that we celebrate many Wizard and Witch favorite day. Put the Yule log on the fire, set the feast, and hang the mistletoe. Around December 21st, we gear up to celebrate Yule, also known as the Winter Solstice or Midwinter.

Throughout centuries and across cultures, we have gathered together in the darkest part of the season to hold festivals for light’s return. We’ll explore what Yule celebrates, and how to bring Winter Solstice blessings with magical, practical Yule traditions and ritual ideas.

Yule marks the shortest day and longest night of the year. This is when the sun begins, once again, to rise in the horizon, promising the start of a new seedtime; encouraging us to move forward and trust that spring will come. Yule is a way to celebrate rebirth.

Yule has been linked to the Old Norse word “Jól”. The word may have originally meant “Magic” or “Feast Of Entreaty”. It’s also perhaps the root of the English word “Jolly”.

In our heads we know the light will return. But in the darkness of Winter, can we be sure? Do our hearts believe what our heads tell us? Will the light keep its promises? We all have moments of darkness, when we don’t know how much deeper we will go before the light starts to return. The world has moments too, it understands us, and lives as we do.

Yule Traditions and Customs:

  • Bonfires to light up the night.
  • Crops and trees were cider poured on and around plants.
  • Evergreen boughs, holly, and ivy decorated the home representing life, holly by the door invited good fortune into the home.
  • Hanging mistletoe, considered a sacred and mystical plant by the Druids.
  • The Yule log was burned through the night.

Symbols of Yule

  • Herbs and Flowers: Bayberry, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, sage, evergreen, ivy, holly, laurel, mistletoe, oak, pine, yellow cedar, pine cones, frankincense, myrrh, wintergreen, apple leaf, and dried apple.
  • Incense: Bayberry, pine, spruce, cedar, and cinnamon.
  • Colors: Red, green, white, gold, and silver.
  • Decorations: Holly, mistletoe, ivy, pine, pine cones, Yule Log, evergreen wreaths, and evergreen garlands.
  • Foods: Pork, poultry, apples, cookies, cakes, nuts, wine, cider, and mulled cider.

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Magic Spell Selection

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Magic Spell Selection

Relationships and Love

The most important thing to remember in any type of relationship or love spell is that we cannot and will not cast spells to force certain people to love you against their wish. This goes against our code of ethics and event though the people who are the target of the spell would indeed fall in love with you, the end result would end up to be negative as they are forced into that relationship against their wish. Please remember that when you cast a negative spell, the results will be negative for you.

Prosperity and Money

In these days of extreme financial insecurity we need to get all the help we can to maintain our financial stability. Our line of powerful prosperity and money spell can help you out of a dark period, and insure your long term prosperity.

Serenity and Protection

We all feel the pressure of our hectic modern lives. Things seem to go too fast for us and we never have time to do everything we want to do. Often it seems like the entire faith of the world rest on our shoulders and that all the bad luck in the world is with us. Our serenity and prosperity spells will help you live a calm life with no big worries.

Removing a Curse that has been Placed on You

Though it used to happen very rarely, we now have seen more and more people being affected by curses placed on them or their loved ones. It seems that in these turbulent times more and more people who cannot go ahead in life using positive methods have recourse to unscrupulous providers of magic to place curses on others to help themselves go ahead in life or get revenge for things that normally are minor. We offer curse removal spells and protection spells so that once removed the curse does not return.

Other Types of Spells

For those occasions where your needs do not fall in a specific category, or when your needs are in several categories at the same time we can have an online consultation with you and prepare a custom spell to exactly cover your needs. Please contact up for this special service.

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Magical Candle Color

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Magical Candle Color

When doing Magical Candle, it helps to choose the right candle color. Here are some common candle color meanings so you can choose the one that aligns with your intentions.

Witches, Wizard and others have been burning candles for spiritual purposes for years. Even if you’re a Magical Candle is a simple form of magic that can result in some pretty powerful results.

When doing candle or color magic, just make sure your focus is clear and thought out. I’ve burned some candles in the past and hadn’t considered all the outcomes of my intention. As a result, while my manifestations did come to fruition, they also played out in ways I hadn’t imagined, and sometimes things went seriously awry.

Magical Candle Color Chart

  • White: Truth, purity, spiritual enlightenment, cleansing, clairvoyance, healing, truth-seeking, purity, innocence, clarity, unity, dawn, purification, peace, protection, spirituality, general work, repels negativity, use to bring peace, spiritual strength, heals emotions, and provides protection.
  • Green: Money, luck, fertility, abundance, growth, success, wealth, physical healing, health, marriage, employment, balance, stimulates growth, healing, financial success, good luck, new job, good harvest, nature appreciation and love.
  • Red: Love, health, sex, strength, energy, vitality, health, passion, sex, protection, fire, fertility, fast action, potency, lust, blood, physical love and passion, courage, warmth, attraction, magnetism, desire, action, physical strength, power, willpower, strengthens magnetism in a ritual, creates Ram and Scorpio energies.
  • Rose: Compassion for self and others, higher mystical powers, humor, Love, romance, opening the heart, forgiveness, compassion, healing, joy, creativity, endurance, strength, stability and security.
  • Magenta: Combination of red and violet that oscillates on a high frequency, energizes rituals where immediate action and high levels of power or spiritual healing are required.
  • Pink: Love, morality, honor, devotion, tenderness, faith, friendship, romance, spiritual healing, caring, affection, forming partnerships, peace, emotional healing, universal love, purest form of love, love that is unconditional, spiritual love without sex connotation, raises vibrations, sensitivity, healing, color of femininity, pleasantness, enhances joyful and lively conversation.
  • Purple: Power, business progress, ambition, karma and ego, ancient wisdom, the third eye, psychic powers, meditation, spirituality, success, confidence, hidden knowledge, protection, divination, forms of expansion, expands what you already have, spiritual protection, power, wisdom, healing, recognition, enhances psychic ability, recognition in work and contact with spirit world.
  • Orange: attraction, stimulation, cleanses negative attitudes, situations and places, happiness, business deals, attracting good things, success, career, goals, stimulation, attraction, power, luck, sudden changes, warmth, energy building, enthusiasm, attracts success and prosperity, emotional healing, attracts friends, courage and ambition.
  • Peach: Restoration and rejuvenation.
  • Greenish Yellow: jealousy, anger and discord.
  • Gray: Neutrality, stalemate, neutral color useful when pondering complex issues during meditation, in magic, this color often sparks confusion, negates or neutralizes a negative influence, and negativity.
  • Light Blue: Tranquility, patience, health, communication, truth, peace, calm, loosing weight, wisdom, understanding, protection, harmony, inspiration, happiness, luck, loyalty, peaceful, cooling, contentment, healing, idealism, harmony, devotion and meditation.
  • Indigo: Color of inertia, stops situations or people and use in rituals that require a deep meditational state.
  • Royal Blue: Promotes laughter and joviality, color or loyalty and or whenever an influence needs to be increased.
  • Dark Blue: Depression and changeability.
  • Yellow: Intellect, wisdom and honor, action, inspiration and creativity, studying and intelligence, concentration, memory, logic, learning, attraction, confidence, mental powers, intellect, inspiration, concentration, retention of memory, energy, cheerfulness, sunny disposition, changes, endurance, stability and security.
  • Lavender: Mother consciousness, manifestation and selflessness, spirituality, compassion, understanding, inspiration, make contact with Higher-Self, attract spiritual assistance and very calming.
  • Violet: Strength, success, idealism, psychic revelation, ambition, independence, financial success and spiritual world.
  • Ivory: Neutrality, balance and harmlessness.
  • Brown: Neutrality, uncertainty, hesitation, earth, balanced color, material gain, eliminates indecisiveness, furthers powers of concentration, learning, telepathy, expands financial success, finds lost items, material prosperity, home, friendships, balance, animal magic, earth magic, concentration and studying, wealth, success, intuition, psychic powers, ESP, protecting pets and said to help find lost items.
  • >Silver: Victory, stability, meditation, developing, psychic Ability, removal of negative power, repelling destruction, cancellation, neutrality and stalemate.
  • Gold: Enlightenment, protection, success, wealth, money, masculinity, playfulness, luck, divination and victory.
  • Black: Discord, evil, negativity and confusion.

The color of the candle matters for a few reasons. One is symbolic. The brain has a subconscious response to certain colors. That response is rooted in your personal experience with that color as well as what meanings your culture assigned to it.

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Magical Jewelry

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Magical Jewelry

Jewelry consists of small decorative items worn for personal adornment, such as brooches, rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets. Jewelry may be attached to the body or the clothes, and the term is restricted to durable ornaments, excluding flowers for example. For many centuries metal, often combined with gemstones, has been the normal material for jewelry, but other materials such as shells and other plant materials may be used. The basic forms of jewelry vary between cultures but are often extremely long-lived; in European cultures the most common forms of jewelry listed above have persisted since ancient times, while other forms such as adornments for the nose or ankle, important in other cultures, are much less common. Historically, the most widespread influence on jewelry in terms of design and style have come from Asia.

Jewelry may be made from a wide range of materials. Gemstones and similar materials such as amber and coral, precious metals, beads, and shells have been widely used, and enamel has often been important. In most cultures jewelry can be understood as a status symbol, for its material properties, its patterns, or for meaningful symbols. Jewelry has been made to adorn nearly every body part, from hairpins to toe rings, and even genital jewelry. The patterns of wearing jewelry between the sexes, and by children and older people can vary greatly between cultures, but adult women have been the most consistent wearers of jewelry; in modern European culture the amount worn by adult males is relatively low compared with other cultures and other periods in European culture.

Form and Function

Humans have used jewelry for a number of different reasons:

  • Functional, generally to fix clothing or hair in place.
  • As a marker of social status and personal status, as with a wedding ring.
  • As a signifier of some form of affiliation, whether ethnic, religious or social.
  • To provide talismanic protection (in the form of amulets).
  • As an artistic display.
  • As a carrier or symbol of personal meaning such as love, mourning, a personal milestone or even luck.
  • Superstition.

Wearing of amulets and devotional medals to provide protection or to ward off evil is common in some cultures. These may take the form of symbols (such as the ankh or celtic shield knot), stones, plants, animals, body parts, or glyphs. I design every piece intending to cast a spell over the customer and transport him to another world. By way of enchanting earrings, rings, necklaces, bracelets, and much more, I wish to provide expressions of my passion, making them accessible to everyone everywhere.

This pendant was created with the intention to open the crown allowing the life energy of the universe to charge our physical bodies. Magical Jewelry is amethyst opens the crown while clear quartz cleanses the energetical body. Wearing this pendant is advised when feeling drained. Great to have during meditation. This pendant was created with the intention to solidify the connection with intuition as a primary guide in our essential manifestation. Magical Jewelry is carnelian awakens the intuitive powers, allowing us to surrender to the unknown by facilitating a healthy blood flow. Wearing this pendant is advised during periods of automatism and stagnation.

The strongest arsenal of powers is it may be the best Magical Jewelry gemstone ever found to harbor one is psychic abilities. There are stories of people touching the stone for the first time and experiencing out of this world visions that have greatly contributed to their lives.

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Witchcraft Morality

Witchcraft Morality

Witchcraft Morality is largely expressed in the Witchcraft Rule: “Do what you like so long as you harm none” – it is usually interpreted as a declaration of the freedom to act, along with the necessity of thinking through and taking responsibility for the consequences of one’s actions. “None” can apply to only the self, or it may include animals and / or plants, and so forth. In essence, the Rule can be fully understood as meaning that one should always follow their true will instead of trying to obtain simple wants and to ensure that following one’s will does not harm anyone or anything. In this light, the Rule can be seen as encouraging a Witchcraft to take personal responsibility for their actions.

The Golden Rule is the principle of treating others as you want to be treated. It is a maxim that is found in most religions and cultures. It can be considered an ethic of reciprocity in some religions, although different religions treat it differently.

The maxim may appear as a positive or negative injunction governing conduct:

  • Treat others as you would like others to treat you (positive or directive form)
  • Do not treat others in ways that you would not like to be treated (negative or prohibitive form)
  • What you wish upon others, you wish upon yourself (empathetic or responsive form)

Another element of Witchcraft Morality is expressed in the Law of Threefold Return, which is understood to mean that whatever one does to another person or thing, benevolent or otherwise, returns with triple force. Opinions differ on whether the form taken by the return of harmful actions might include bad reputation, revenge by others, negative emotional states, an uneasy conscience, poor luck, malign magical influences, something resembling the Hindu concept of Karma, or some combination of some or all of these, and also on to what extent the number three should be interpreted poetically rather than literally.

A common belief amongst Witchcraft is that no magic, even of a beneficent nature, should be performed on any other person without that person’s direct informed consent. This stems from the understanding that it would interfere with that person’s free will and thus constitute “Harm”. “Love Spells” are very much frowned upon by the greater Witchcraft community for precisely this reason.

Charge of these being mirth, reverence, honour, humility, strength, beauty, power and compassion. Describing this Witchcraft as “A Joyous Religion”. It asserted that the “General Meeting Of All Members Of The Witchcraft”. At the former, magical rites were performed both for malevolent and benevolent ends. The concept of ethical reciprocity is not explicitly stated, but most Witchcraft interpret to imply the Golden Rule in the belief that the spirit of the Rule is to actively do good for one’s fellow humans as well as for oneself.

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