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    Witchcraft Dictionary A

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    Witchcraft Dictionary A

    Post  Soaring Bird on Tue Sep 29, 2009 1:49 am



    Akashic Records








    Astral Travel/Projection



    An individual who through serious study and accomplishments is considered highly

    proficient in a particular magickal system. A person can be an adept at Egyptian

    magickal practices, but a total failure at practical kitchen magick.


    The Fifth element, the omnipresent spiritual power that permeates the universe. It is related to outer space, inner space, the un-manifest, and the life force.

    See Also Elements


    In the early part of this century the famed psychic Edgar Cayce brought to general society the thought form of Akashic records. Supposedly, there is a giant database somewhere that can be accessed for information on subjects such as past lives, healing, and other magickal/spiritual practices. This record system cannot be accessed by material equipment, such as PC networking with a larger computer. In this case, the mind of the psychic or

    Witch accesses the data through Universal Connections.


    A special, flat surface set aside exclusively for magickal workings or religious acknowledgement.


    Usually considered an object of protection that has been charged to deflect specific negative energies or thought forms. Amulets can be made of feathers, plants, beads, etc. The horseshoe and the four-leaf-clover are two examples of amulets.

    See Also Talisman


    An Egyptian hieroglyphic that is widely used as a symbol for life, love and reincarnation.

    It is depicted as a cross with a looped top.

    ANKH: An ancient Egyptian symbol resembling a cross with a loop at the top. It symbolises life and cosmic knowledge, and every major God and Goddess of Egyptian mythology is depicted in works of art carrying it. Also know as the crux ansata, the ankh is used by many contemporary Witches (especially Wiccans of the Egyptian tradition) in spells and rituals involving health, fertility, and divination.


    A champion Italian Goddess sworn to protect her people against the aggression of masculine faith and its persecutors during the reign of medieval terror. The original Aradia was a female Christ figure in Italy who taught around 1353. She was imprisoned more than once, escaped several times and eventually disappeared. The second Aradia you will hear about is Leland's Aradia, a book detailing information from an Italian Gypsy Witch. The third Aradia is the daughter of Diana and Lucifer (God of the Sun). She is considered

    the Queen of the Witches.


    The two halves of a Tarot deck. The Major Arcana consists of 22 trumps depicting dominant occurrences in our lives. The Minor Arcana consists of 56 suit cards (sometimes called the lesser Arcana) that assist in fleshing out the trump situations, or indicate smaller occurrences in our lives. See also Tarot Cards.


    Extremely basic forms within the human psyche; the archaic "racial memories." Refer to the works of Dr. Carl Jung.

    ASTRAL: (SR)

    This word conjures lots of definitions. To keep it simple, let's describe it as another dimension of reality. Referred to as "dreamtime". This reference is from the Australian Aboriginal people and their teachings, which are well worth further study.


    The process of separating your astral body from your physical one to accomplish travel in the astral plane or dreamtime.


    A cleansed and consecrated ceremonial knife used in ritual work by Witches. The knife is never used for bloodletting, and rarely used to cut anything on the material plane.

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