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Book Review – The Little Book of Dream Symbols by Jacqueline Towers

August, 2019

Book Review
The Little Book of Dream Symbols
The Essential Guide to Over 700 of the Most Common Dreams
by Jacqueline Towers

Brightest
Blessings

This book contains a wealth of knowledge in its easy to use format. It makes you want to take your time referencing and reading up on what your dreams mean the next morning. Each entry is well thought out. Ms. Towers gives a bit of intro into dreams, a little bit on nightmares, also.

I
especially loved her advice here where she says:

” As you begin interpreting your dreams, consider images that the dreams are giving you, if a certain image means something to you, check the interpretation in this book, but also go with your own feeling about the image” -Jacqueline Towers

I feel the most interesting information came from her entry about colors and how each has it’s own meaning.

Mixed: you will have increased security and success.

Blue:
you will be free of worry, and you can expect help from others. Red:
you should control your temper.

Green:
Expect news from afar or plan for a journey.

Gray:
you will experience a stagnant period.

Mauve:
you will have some small disappointments.

Orange:
Delays will occur
Pink: surprising success is coming your way.

Yellow:
Achievement will be gained only after a series of setbacks and
struggle.

White:
the color of promise succession all areas of your life.

Black: this color is unhappy omen, unless connected with funeral, in which case it predicts that you will have difficulties to overcome.

You can learn a lot and gain new insight on many topics of dreaming from this book. Some of the entries are short, but they give you a lot to ponder on dream interpretation. This book is a good tool for understanding dreams and small enough to tuck into your purse or pocket to enjoy somewhere in the sun. This is a good book to start with.

My thoughts:

Like with any thing when learning about dreams, write down about the dream, emotions, colors, images, even numbers, esp anything that repeats. You can find a lot of help in Ms Towers book, but don’t be afraid to look beyond as well.

The Little Book of Dream Symbols: The Essential Guide to Over 700 of the Most Common Dreams on Amazon

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About the Author:

Norma Clark I’m Wiccan, My style follows my spiritual path and what comes to mind.. I live in a small rural town, Paris, Idaho. I share my life With my Wiccan husband, 2 hyper Children & gang of critters. I love to create new designs by looking at nature & cultural ideas for my Jewelry and create unique Metaphysical items. Shop, sit a spell or two & Come see the Magick of Forevrgoddessboutique Link to my shop: forevrgoddessboutique

Welcome

June, 2019

Cover art: This month’s cover features the colorful Midsummer Sticker Set created by Aurora Flemming & Avalon Kisbey of AuroraandAvalon on Etsy. These beautiful stickers are perfect for any Pagan’s planners, books of shadows, bullet journals, scrapbooking projects, or crafts. They have a large assortment that can be seen at AuroraandAvalon. You can, also, visit them on their FB Group, Instagram: auroraavaloncreations, and on Pinterest.

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We Welcome Summer In & You With A New Issue…Here is Some of What You Will Find Inside:

A Review of Woodland Wand Creation. Can you really get a gorgeous Wand & for a fair price? Our source says YES you can Witch!

Fresh from a workshop at Pantheacon, Annwyn Avalon had a wonderful talk with Mabh at PaganPagesOrg about her new book, Water Witchcraft, and other aspects of her work.

Come see why our reviewer calls this title a “…small, yet mighty book.”

I Don’t want to give it all away on the cover but we do have a great book excerpt, more amazing reviews, our trusty monthly columns, holiday correspondences, some things to learn, a little to remind us, oh yes, and some things to teach along the way. Enjoy, for we have enjoyed sharing this month as we always do! With love.

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Review of Morrigu’s Nest on Etsy & Interview with Owner Anne Corrigan

June, 2019

Review of Morrigu’s Nest Etsy Shop Products

Morrigu’s Nest is a wonderful shop on Etsy that sells a variety of products to cover your magickal demands. Owner, Anne Corrigan, hand makes all her items from talismans & jewelry to candles & oils, there is guaranteed to be something you need or can use! Her recipes are her own secrets and she carries, in Morrigu’s Nest, many ways for you to celebrate the holidays.

This past Spring Equinox we celebrated using item’s from Morrigu’s Nest. (We only took before pictures, as our rituals are private.)

Ostara/Spring
Scented Equinox Candle

Packed
to the brim with all you need for an Ostara/Spring Equinox ritual
this easy to travel with tin held candle is very convenient. Either
for the witch on the go, or the witch in the closet who needs to hide
her magick in her bag till she can find a place to do it, this all in
one kit is a go to all inclusive ritual package! It is filled with
corresponding herbs like honeysuckle
&
orange daylilies; and crystals
like amethyst and rose quartz to name a few. The candle itself
smells like jasmine and spring blossoms. The
pure freshness of it brings thoughts of spring.

Instructions come with the
candle explaining that you are to remove the herbs and gems from the
candle before lighting. Then giving ideas on what you can use your
gemstones for. You are to imbue them with your energy, you can
arrange them around the candle, you can use them in a spell, a
bottle, a sachet, a poppet, there are so many ways. There is a
generous amount of herbs and stones given with the candle. So you
can use them in a few ways.

The
candle is 4 oz hand poured into a tin with a cover. Smooth
looking. It
burns very well. Nice scent. Clean burn. We loved using it during
our ritual. Plan to use the herbs in many ways. Plan
to use the tin, too. Right now I’m saving the herbs in them.

Ostara
Anoninting Oil

100% natural, essential oil, body potion. Loaded with herbs, flowers, oils & crystals. You can see them filling the bottle. The smell is of a sunny spring day in a meadow. The oil is light on your skin and blends in well without leaving any residue. The scent is nice and strong and will stay on you for a long period of time. It has calming scent. You can use this beautiful oil to anoint yourself for ritual and magick work, or just to wear on a beautiful spring day to remind yourself you are the magick.

Morrigu’s
Nest
, also, has ways to help you celebrate other sabbats, let’s
take a look!

Yule Scented ritual candle

Their Yule Candle smells like Yule. The herbal & crystal topping is spectacular. You can see the juniper berries, orange peel, cloves, and so much more. The crystals shimmer. The aroma is warming and of spiced fruits and wood.

In the instructions Morrigu’s Nest is clear to state, many times, to remove the herbs and crystals before burning your candle. I wanted to show you how the candle looks without the herbs. Here is the herbs in a bowl. You can see there is a good amount of herbs and stones to work with in spells and a nice 4oz full candle in the tin. It is 100% natural wax.

Yule herb blend

Another wonderful product to
help celebrate Yule is their Yule herbal blend. It is a potent blend
of corresponding herbs, botanicals, spices, barks, & roots.
Morrigu’s Nest
has used over a dozen ingredients in her special Yule Winter Recipe.
Some ingredients include: bay laurel, cinnamon bark, yew leaves,
coriander, and much more.

This is intended for magickal
use only, NOT culinary. You man NOT eat this. There are warnings
that come with the package. The ingredients were chosen for their
magickal correspondences only. It is suggested to burn it in small
amounts as the scent may be over powering in large quantities and may
not smell the same when burned.

You get 4oz in a resealable
pouch, which is great. You can keep it fresh! It smells wonderful,
woodsy. You pick up the cinnamon and juniper right away. It is good
to use simply as a magickal Yule potpourri filled with your wishes &
intent for everyone! Give a little sachet maybe to everyone with a
gift? To keep in their homes. A little goes a long way with the
scent & the blessing.

Samhain
Set

This set comes in a Gold Gauze
bag, a peek-a-boo presentation of witchie delights. All of it’s
contents are addressed on explanation documents that arrive with your
set. It’s a long bag & sticking my hand in I just grab for the
firs thing I feel. Unfortunately I did not take a picture of the
bag…

An herbal Samhain blend

An
herbal blend for Samhain, much like the one for Yule. It is meant to
be used for magick or an incense. However, this one includes such
herbs as rosemary,
wormwood, mugwort, and
others. You receive 1oz of 100% natural herbal blend. The smell is
lovely, but I must admit, it is not as strong as the Yule blend. I
like the Yule blend a bit more, but that is just MY taste.

Dressed
Scented Samhain

Black
Tin Candle & Orange Tin Candle

These two candles are
beautiful. They shine with glitter and smell glorious! Each a
different aroma & color. If I have to guess and say what they
smell like I would say the orange one has a more fall smell to it.
They typical fall smelling candle. The ones you just love to get
when it’s that time of year! The black candle smells more, I can
not explain why, but like night to me. Like a sweet night. On the
breeze. Oh so dreamy! Plus you have all the Samhain corresponding
herbs on top to work with.

Bottle
of Witches Black Salt

Morrigu’s Nest has included an important tool in this Samhain kit…Black Salt. For those how have never used Black Salt before it is used in workings for protection, banishing, curses, hex breaking, uncrossings, etc… It is a great item witches should have in their cupboards for defending themselves.

Morrigu’s Nest recipe is NOT just colored salt. She uses all natural ingredients and NO DYES. She has her own recipe she has formulated of a powerful blend of protective and banishing herbs, roots, seeds, & combined them with ashes from her Samhain ritual fire and sea salt. Then using energy and intense visualization she imbued the intention of protection and fiery defense as she pulverized these ingredients into almost a powder. It is a very fine powder and not the usual chunks of black salt you will find at shops. I like this because a little goes a long way.

After explaining more of her method of making her Black Salt at Morrigu’s Nest, she goes on to explain safe ways to use it, including a spell. I found that very handy. I like knowing how it was made. Her secret recipe. Suggestions are always helpful.

4
Thieves Vinegar

Four
Thieves Vinegar is an ingredient found in Hoodoo & folk magic
spells. The recipe has evolved from Western Europe, around the
fifteenth century. Their are many legends about it. The common string
among them is that there was a horrible plague in a village, and the
only people who survived were four thieves. Each of them contributed
one ingredient to a jar of vinegar and garlic, they drank it, and
somehow survived the plague uninjured. Since they were healthy and
everyone else was dying, the four thieves went around the town and
robbed the empty houses. Eventually they were caught, and sentenced
to hanging, but they were able to escape the gallows by sharing their
secret formula. Whether this is true or not is anyone’s guess.
Four Thieves Vinegar is a useful item to keep on hand because it can
be used in a wide variety of spells, from healing to protection to
banishing. I have never worked with this stuff before, but I look
forward to it.

Morrigu’s Nest version is made with herbs that correspond to protection & banishing. It claims to be very potent. It warns you to NOT INGEST on the bottle boldly. The papers that come with it suggest how you are to use it and state it is toxic!

Samhain ritual oil

Samhain essential oil, 100% natural, body oil. Comes in a .33 oz glass roller ball applicator bottle. It’s a unisex scent of autumn mostly cinnamon & orange. Very fragrant. Lovely smell. Definitely unisex. Morrigu’s Nest says they oils were chosen based on folklore magickal correspondences as well as their aroma therapeutic traits. It also has notes of patchouli, cedarwood, and other scents. It lasts a long time on the skin and blends in well.

Samhain
Gemstone Clip-On Charm

Genuine gemstones frame a
pretty, bronze, large triquetra charm on a sturdy clip. I actually
pulled on it, cause I can be a jerk like that, to see if it would
fall apart easily. It didn’t! I thought it would. I am glad it
didn’t because it is so lovely. The suggestion is to wear it on
your backpack, bag, purse, handbag, planner, key ring or belt loop.
You can use this in your ritual wear, or keep it as your everyday
spiritual reminder. The paper it comes with tells you exactly what
stones are on the keychain. It does not tell you what they mean, but
it tells you they were selected intentionally to correspond with
Samhain. It’s easy to look up stones, however, if you do not know
the meanings off hand.

How
about when it’s not a sabbat & you just need supplies?? Well
Morrigu’s Nest
has them for you!

Prosperity
Candle spell kit

Just like all their sabbat
candles, this tin is all you need for a wonderful spell. The
prosperity candle spell kit comes with all you need to cast your
spell. Filled to the top with all the herbs & crystals you will
need to cast and a 4oz candle in a tin that you can travel with.

You can see from the picture
you are given plenty of herbal & crystal supplies with your
candle for your spell. Plus you get a sheet with your kit explaining
exactly what is in your candle, what it’s scent it, how it was
made, precautions, and ideas on how to use it! Burn time is approx
25 hours. The smell is springtime greenery, woodsy, & lightly
floral. I love the sparkles on the candle. It adds some flare.

Rosemary Mint herbal bath soak

I would like to lick this it
smells sooo good! You can see the herbs in the salt. The salt is
unlike the usual bath salts you find, it is a fine texture and I love
it!!! Instead of rocks in the tub its a fine grain that blends in
and just rolls over your body and purifies you as the scent cleanses
your mind. I can not recommend this soak more!!!! The relaxation is
blissful!

Protect & Purify herbal ritual salt

For use during your sacred circle casting or for purification rituals. This herbal salt was ground with intention to form a powder-like blend & Morrigu’s Nest used traditional protective and cleansing herbs. She pulverized these ingredients into almost a powder.
Even though it is salt it is not edible and comes with a big DO NOT EAT warning. The salt is so fine and a little goes a long way. The container is packed to the tippy top so you have tons in the packed 4oz bottle.

Bring
the Green

This bottle of green powder is for use in prosperity, abundance & money spells and rituals. You can burn it, keep it in your wallet, make poppets, and sooo much more with it. Morrigu’s Nest has so many suggestions for its use. It has ingredients like allspice, vervain, basil, marjoram, and so much more in it! Its 2oz and finely ground, so a little bit goes a long way. The bottle is filled to the top. No space for anything. The smell is minty to me. I can’t wait to use it! Maybe carry some in my pocket.

Faery
Sight ritual Oil

A 2oz, 100% natural anointing
oil, essential blend, inundated with beautiful herbs and flowers!
Not so much that there is no oil, but you see them floating
beautifully like a garden. Lovely lavender! Rose! To me it has a
slight lemony scent to it. A freshness. It’s suggested you anoint
your crystals, and thirdeye, & candles with it. Anything to
attract fae to you. I can definitely see fae being attracted to this
oils ingredients & scent. I would definitely invest in the
larger bottles so you can see the herbs and flowers in the bottle.
Worth it!

Love & Romance herbal blend

This powder is for use in
love, romance, & lust magick. It was pulverized with intention
and a blend of herbs & botanicals was used for love and romance
magick. The bottle is 2oz and finely ground and filled to the top.
A little with this goes a long way! It has ingredients like rose
petals, hibiscus, dill, & so much more! The smell is so pretty.

She
sends information with all her packages explaining the ingredients of
the items, direction on how they are supposed to be used, and ideas
on how to use them. I
love the glitter, the flare to the candles. Everything has such
gorgeous, strong smells, that are not overwhelming and blend nicely.
The oils scents stay on your skin and do not fade quickly.
Everything
is made of great quality & care. The warnings are in bold and
mentioned over and over for safety.

Vervain
Protection Amulet

This is one of my favorite items in the Morrigu’s Nest catalog. It is gorgeous way to wear something we can all use a little something extra of everyday…protection. I think putting the half crescent moon, antique brass finish, moon charm on a simple silky, black cord allows the pendant to stand out more as the art piece it is. Giving the corked, spell bottle that square on the side eye-hook is just the perfect touch! The spell bottle is filled, packed tightly & permanently sealed with hand ground vervain that is imbued with intent of protection of wearer. The moon worn sideways & in this phase was chosen to represent The Crone, The Wise One, the Grandmother Moon. It is meant …”to represent the energy of the wise greandmother that loves and protects you and gives you her wisdom as she guides you on your path.”

Whatever you think it means to
you it does. I kinda got an Egyptian vibe from it. Soon as I saw
it, and Isis wings. May it be who it will for you & protect you
always!

Another set of items I found to be wonderful and helpful at Morrigu’s Nest were their Intention Bottles…

Intuition & divination

You can see this is a really decent size bottle here. We are not talking tiny little bottle to wear. It is almost 2 inches long. So it really has room in there! It comes with a label that tells you all the ingredients like: mugwort, wormwood, flaxseeds, labradorite, amethyst, and more. You can see and make out many of the ingredients. It is securely sealed. It is filled enough to give you just a touch of room to shake it to revitalize it. It arrives in its own gauze baggie. It comes with an explanation note from Morrigu’s Nest stating that it is …”ritually crafted with the intention of evoking and aiding.”

I am about to take on learning
tarot. Runes were my thing, or so I thought. The tarot is calling…
So this is what I chose to be my aid in the process. I have felt
protected by my other pendant, I believe this will aid me.

Self-Confidence

This bottle is the same size
as the other Intention Bottle. Made, ritually, in the same way.
However, its contents are different, for its purpose. Inside it
holds ingredients, such as; dill, turmeric, citrine, fennel seeds,
basil, & more. All for boosting your self-confidence.

It’s lively right? I found
that interesting. Like a punch of color…a punch to your system,
that boost you need. Well, I have been carrying this bottle on me
all day. I would shake it now and then for extra bursts, hold on to
it when I felt I was struggling a little more. Today was one of
those days! It would help me focus. Remind myself to breathe.
Everything inside is bonus to my self-confidence help. Plus the
magic of the intention that was lent to it & mine because I pray
over my things.

Courage
& protection

Just like the previous bottles this, almost 2 inch glass, filled and securely sealed bottle is filled with its own goodies, like: thyme, black pepper, black tourmaline, red jasper, & more. All of which you can clearly read on a removable label that comes attached to its cord.

I
used this bottle on my journey of change. I took it to battle
really. We all have fears we need to overcome. I have plenty. We
went on a hike. I do not like traveling into the forest for too long
or too deeply. It is a personal fear. I know we are on a path. I
know we can turn around. But I still have my fears. I decided to
start making changes in life and facing some fears is one of them.
This bottle and I hiked over 3.5 miles today in the forest. We
weathered panic. We embraced joy. We overcame… with each other.
Every bit helps.

My
Overall Thoughts…

I am so amazed by the workmanship, quality, inspiration, detail, and love put into every item I have reviewed from Morrigu’s Nest. Not one item has disappointed me. Every bottle is packed to the brim with quality ingredients. You can smell the herbs. The candles, well, they are brilliant spell kits in themselves. They come with the herbs and gems you will need, and you get the tin after. The amount you get for your money is fantastic. I love that it is their own recipes & handmade, not something I am going to find in every witch shop. My favorite piece, that I have not taken off is the Vervain Protection Amulet. I may feel a little too protected by it, thinking I’m supergirl!

We were lucky enough to get a chance to speak with the proprietress of Morrigu’s Nest & creatrix of all things wonderful within, Anne Corrigan.

Jennifer
Wright (JW): Hello Anne, It is such a pleasure to meet you!

 I
want to thank you for taking the time to talk with me and our readers
about yourself, your company, and your process…speaking of your
process, where do your ideas come from?  Like your gorgeous
Protection Pendant!  I think its trendy enough to wear and get
away with magick.  LOL!

Anne
Corrigan (AC):
Hi Jenn! Thank you so much for reaching out to me,
I truly feel honored to have my shop reviewed by you. And thank you
and your husband Benjamin for all the work you’ve done to birth
PaganPages.org. Your site is a wonderful resource and nourishes the
pagan community; thank you!

My
inspiration comes from communing with my deities, spirit guides,
scrying, shamanic journeying and trance, magickal folklore,
connecting with nature, and hanging with my witchy friends. All these
muses revisit me during my daydreams and thunderstorms in my head
which I credit to my Attention Deficit Disorder, LOL! Sometimes it’s
like popcorn popping in my brain. The downside to that is that it’s
hard for me to focus on developing one product at a time and it’s a
challenge to bring everything to fruition.

 I
do make some products that could be considered staples of a magickal
path that are similar to other companies’ products. The difference
is that I really strive to make my offerings unique by putting my own
twist on the traditional standbys. At the moment I am working on my
own Florida Water recipe. I am also preparing DIY witchcraft project
kits for witch ladders, spell bottles, and spirit dolls. I love
crafting and making things with my hands. I also want to empower
others to create their own sacred objects by providing the raw
materials and instructions (coming soon). That way they can really
imbue them with more of their magickal energy. I’m glad you like
the Protection Pendant! Thank you for the compliment! I like the idea
of magick incognito under the guise of fashion, LOL!

JW:
Thank you so much for your kind words about PaganPagesOrg, it really
touches our heart!

You
mention that you use your own secret recipes, are they family
recipes?  Will you be passing your recipes down?

AC:
Well, my recipes are not completely secret, I do disclose the
ingredients in my listings, especially anything that is applied to
the skin, such as essential oil blends and ritual bath salts. As for
other items, such as, herbal blends, ritual salts, potions, and
vinegars, I don’t list every little detail. Even when using
traditional recipes for inspiration, I always tweak them based on my
intuition, research, and communicating with the spirits of the
plants. My recipes are mine alone, I was raised Catholic, and I have
no idea if there were any pagans or witches in my ancestral line. I
am planning on passing a grimoire down to my daughter. I may also
publish a spell recipe book in the future.

JW:
I really love how your Black Salt is a finer grain then you usually
find with black salts.  Why did you decide to go with this
grain?

AC:
 I wanted to create a versatile and energy packed black salt.
It’s versatile because you can take a pinch in your hand and blow
it at your target, discreetly sprinkle some around your workplace,
home car, anywhere really. Also, the main reason that I pulverized my
black salt is that the process of grinding it allows me to raise
energy while I enchant it with my intent and I believe that when I
use my mortar and pestle to grind and blend the herbs, salts, roots,
seeds, and ashes (I use ashes from our Samhain fires), that the
spirits of the plants are evoked and combine their energies with
mine. We work together to create magick.

In
order to attain such a fine grain, I grind the ingredients first by
hand and then again with a motorized grinder. However, because the
grain is like a powder, sometimes it clumps together and you have to
stick a skewer in the bottle to break it up. Everything in the recipe
is natural. I don’t add black dye; the color comes from the ashes.
My black salt is also a little different because of its unique scent
which I attribute to the ground fennel seeds and ginger root. Every
year after Samhain, I create a new batch and change the recipe a
little bit.

JW:
When you are working/creating, do you have your own special sacred
space?

AC:
Wherever I am creating is sacred space, because I create sacred
space by connecting with my spiritual allies and focusing my
intentions. I imbue my products with my energy and intention for the
highest good of the owner. I do have a working altar that I perform
rituals and spells on and a devotional altar dedicated to The
Morrigan where I pray and give offerings as well as charge products
that are specifically dedicated to The Morrigan. Much of my product
crafting takes place in my kitchen for practical reasons. I do have
special magickal wooden spoons and wands that I have dedicated each
one for specific tasks such as candle making, potion stirring, and
mixing herbal blends and salts.

J):
Are there other workers in your company or do you work alone? 
Do you hand package & ship your products yourself?

AC: For the most part it is just me. I have a friend who is a Druid that creates some of the ritual bath products for my shop. Her brand is called Blue Moon Sundries. I make my own labels and hand package everything myself. I would like to hire a graphic designer in the future to create some nice labels for my products. For now, I do it myself because I rather invest money in quality raw materials. It’s more important to me to have what’s inside the packaging to be of the highest quality than looking pretty. I really admire other people’s labels though, some are so beautiful, and I get a bit envious, LOL! Morrigu’s Nest is a micro-business, but who knows, one day I might have a crew. I would love that!

(W:
How did you start your company, what brought about the idea, did you
feel the pagan community was
missing something?

AC:
In 2014 I opened my Etsy shop and named it Phoenix Serendipity.
At that time I didn’t have a plan other than to have an outlet for
my creativity and to make a little money to support my crafting
habit. When I would make myself a witchcraft tool or altar decor item
I would make one for my shop as well. In the beginning my shop was
only a hobby.

When I was claimed by The Morrigan I renamed my shop
Morrigu’s Nest. I do feel the need to make it clear that my shop is for everyone regardless of their spiritual tradition and not only devotees of The Morrigan. By naming my shop after The Morrigan it is my public declaration of my devotion to her, a reminder to myself of my commitment. My motivation for my shop now is to empower others in their craft by offering a convenient way to access quality supplies, tools, and sacred objects.

The
one aspect of my shop that has remained consistent is my commitment
to serving my customers the best I can! I realize that there are many
other shops to choose from, especially on Etsy, and I feel honored
when people buy my creations.

I
am in the process of developing new items and one of my goals is to
create DIY kits such as witch ladders, spirit dolls, and spell
bottles. These kits will contain all the parts needed along with
instructions. I want to serve our community by giving people a way to
craft their own tools/sacred objects. That way they have an
opportunity to add more of their personal energy into them. I feel
these new products can encourage personal sovereignty and
self-empowerment.

JW:
Do you mind if I ask, what type of path you follow?

AC:
I am a daughter of The Morrigan. I also am dedicated to Cernunnos. My
path is very eclectic though and I combine aspects of multiple pagan
paths and practices that resonate with me. My spirituality is always
evolving, growing, and I am continuously learning. I practice
solitarily as well as with a group. I consider myself a neo-pagan
witch.

JW:
What are some of your other hobbies & interests?

AC:
Anything creative! I just love experimenting with all types of
craft supplies. My group of pagan friends get together about monthly
to work on “witchy-crafts.” Just yesterday they came over and we
each made a set of clay moon phases. I also love learning about
herbs, both magickally and medicinally. I also have become interested
in foraging and wild crafting. I feel nourished when I just sit among
the trees, or visit the river, or stroll through the woods. I also
like drumming, although I struggle with rhythm, I just love the
energy of it. Chanting and raising energy with my friends around the
fire pit brings me joy. I also enjoy shamanic journeying while
listening to live drumming. I am drawn to all modes of divination,
especially fire and black mirror scrying. I want to start studying
tarot too. I also am interested in developing my ability to
communicate with spirits, mediumship, and assisting those in need of
crossing over.

When
not doing these things, I’m hanging out with my hubby listening to
him practice bass and guitar, watching movies, or hanging with family
and friends.

Jennifer,
thank you so much for interviewing me. This was my first interview
ever, and I feel very honored and grateful. May your path be
abundantly blessed!

JW:
Anne, THANK YOU for taking the time to answer my questions for our
readers & sharing about, not only your shop, but yourself. I
loved learning about both!

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***

About
the Author:

Jennifer
Wright
is
a witch on a path of change that is always winding. She founded
PaganPagesOrg in the hopes of giving Pagans a platform to share and
learn without judgment.

She loves to create in her spare time and you can find her Creations, Jewelry, & Magickal Witch Bottles at: www.facebook.com/TwistedWitchesShoppe/

When not creating she can be found strolling around FB, Twitter, & Instagram looking for an interesting conversation. She’s the moderator of a FB Group called Cyber Moon Coven Of Changes and enjoys spending time with it’s members.

Witch & Popcorn

June, 2019

Logan’s
Run

Bright
Blessings, film lovers!

I
don’t know about you, but I love sci fi from the 1970’s. The more
simplified special effects, and the groovy take on “futuristic
style” dazzles the eye! The music, and costumes, and the theatrical
style acting is more dramatic, and more fun in my opinion than the
modern realistic films. In sci fi, I want a new reality, not one I
feel could happen today in my world.

I
watched Logan’s Run for this reason, and just for enjoyment. It
delivers, but I also realized, there are some magical truths in it!

Here
is the trailer you can watch!

It’s
an MGM film released in 1976, and stars Michael York, Peter Ustinov,
and Jenny Agutter.

The
movie follows Logan 5, played by Michael York. He is an enforcement
officer, called a “Sandman”, who is tasked with killing people
who try to escape, aka “Runners”. What they are running from is
“Rejuvenation”. They are told it is rebirth at age 30 so nobody
grows old. Their society has been moved underground, and to maintain
balance and steady numbers, life is controlled. When a child is born,
somebody has to go.

The
people are lied to about this and told they will be reborn with a new
body- aka a new baby. They live a life of enjoyment, comfort, and
excess, never have to suffer, and this is all designed so they do not
question the system. Not everybody is so eager to believe all they
are told, and a small rebellion operates. Runners are caught and
executed.

Unfortunately,
Logan 5 is selected by his own establishment to “Run”
undercover, and tasked with finding a place called “Sanctuary”.
He’s supposed to come back and report everything, but as he learns
the truth, he is changed forever.

He
and Jessica, played by Jenny Agutter, who is part of the rebellion,
decide to do this together. Jenny can see Logan 5 is different, and
she believes he can do what nobody else has been able to do before.
They makes it past the city gates to the outside, and meet the sole
human living outside of the society, played by Peter Ustinov. Logan
decides that instead of staying there and living his days happily
with Jessica and his new friend, he MUST go back and tell the others!

I
won’t provide spoilers, but let’s just say not everybody is eager
to listen to Logan 5.

This
is a great film to watch and a reminder of some great truths.

  1. Perception
    does not equal reality.

  2. Question
    EVERYTHING, and find out the truth for yourself!

  3. This
    is not going to be easy. Do it anyways.

  4. Know
    who you can trust, even if they are new people. People give their
    intentions away easily, and long-term friendships might have to go
    when you change for the better.

  5. When
    you learn a truth, sometimes the people closest to you turn against
    you.

  6. The
    truth might change us, but it might take a bigger wake up to help
    others change as well.

  7. Sometimes,
    just being alive in enough, but sometimes, it’s just not enough
    when higher good has to be accommodated.

  8. Fear
    of death itself can stop us from truly living.

  9. It
    is best to do what is natural to you than to do what other people
    tell you ought to be natural to you. No ifs, ands, or buts.

  10. In
    the end, it is sometimes best to risk everything if it is false
    security to achieve true freedom.

Don’t
take my word for it what a great film this is. Watch it for yourself.

Happy
Film Watching, and

Blessed
Be!

***

About
the Author:

Saoirse is
a recovered Catholic.  I was called to the Old Ways at age 11,
but I thought I was just fascinated with folklore. At age 19, I was
called again, but I thought I was just a history buff, and could not
explain the soul yearnings I got when I saw images of the Standing
Stones in the Motherland. At age 29, I crossed over into New Age
studies, and finally Wicca a couple years later. My name is Saoirse,
pronounced like (Sare) and (Shah) Gaelic for freedom. The gods I
serve are Odin and Nerthus. I speak with Freyja , Norder, and Thunor
as well. The Bawon has been with me since I was a small child, and
Rangda has been with me since the days I was still Catholic. I
received my 0 and 1 Degree in an Eclectic Wiccan tradition, and my
Elder is Lord Shadow. We practice in Columbus, Ohio. I am currently
focusing more on my personal growth, and working towards a Second and
Third Degree with Shadow. I received a writing degree from Otterbein
University back in 2000. I have written arts columns for the s
Council in Westerville. I give private tarot readings and can be
reached through my Facebook page Tarot
with Saoirse
. You can, also, join me on my Youtube
Channel
.

Book Review – Witchcraft Activism: A Toolkit for Magical Resistance by David Salisbury

June, 2019

Book Review
Witchcraft Activism
A Toolkit for Magical Resistance
Includes Spells for Social Justice, Civil Rights, the Environment & More
by David Salisbury

If the call to service means acting to protect issues of importance in the community that you’re in, Take Charge! Issues that fiercely speak to your passions, and makes you want to go out there and put that energy into direct action then pick up Witchcraft Activism by David Salisbury and take guidance from one who is actively working on merging their path with their works of service.

Witchcraft Activism by David Salisbury is one book that would be best to read through once, or even, twice. Follow the action steps to build the agenda for the work you are passionate about and keep it on the shelf to review as the situations shift. The book is written from a logical standpoint, so if the reader was planning on the steps to aid their actions, this shows you how, which for folks who need structure, is a blessing.

This book reads as someone who’s been on the ground pounding the pavement & standing with protestors at rallies as a full-on ally. The integration of the devotional work, how the system works and how to break the rules is invaluable information for the activist that is up and coming. As well as for a few of us old timers that need to be reminded that acts of service aren’t always as full of glamour as it may seem. It is good to remember our history and grow from it.

Without giving the secret sauce, it’s a book that has good beginnings for spell working to enhance the protection of the people your working with… It has well thought out ideas for protection magic, as well as working on enhancing one’s instincts in a situational awareness setting. All while doing the follow-through that good activism requires to make lasting change.

As a reference book, the back pages have a recommended reading section. It is an essential jumping off point to build one’s own reference library of writers that are strong activists within various parts of the pagan community. Take this book and launch a library to help raise others towards a brighter future. That’s not a bad plan.

Witchcraft Activism by David Salisbury along with The New Aradia: A Witch’s Handbook to Magical Resistance edited by Laura Tempest Zakroff which is full of stories about folks doing the work combining social justice, activism and magic will inspire you.

Witchcraft Activism: A Toolkit for Magical Resistance (Includes Spells for Social Justice, Civil Rights, the Environment, and More) on Amazon

3 Pagans and a Cat Monthly Feature

June, 2019

3
Pagans and a Cat Podcast

Three
Paths, One Journey, No Cat

In
this highly informative & entertaining podcast, three family
members embroiled in wildly divergent traditions gather in one room
to discuss, debate, and flat-out argue about their magical, mythical,
and mundane lives, all for our education and pleasure.

While
Waiting to Hear This Month’s Casts, Why Not Catch Up on Last
Month’s…

Episode 42: Our Community – Ivo Domingeuz Jr.:Car, Gwyn, and Ode sit down for a conversation at Convocation with Ivo Domingeuz Jr. discussing the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel tradition, structuring a coven to avoid Standard Coven Fail-States, the symbolic language of astrology, and how to become a “hedge-astrologer”.

Episode 43: First Steps – Candle Magic: Car, Gwyn, and Ode discuss the reasons for practicing candle magic, the basic concepts behind it, the types of candles available, the various states of dress candles can be found in, and divining your predicted results by candlesign.

Episode 44: Our Community – Kenya Coviak: Car, Gwyn, and Ode sit down for a conversation at Convocation with Kenya Coviak to discuss what makes rootwork, Detroit-flavour magic, and the Black Moon tradition.

Episode 45: Theism and Nontheism – Beliefs in the Divine: Car, Gwyn, and Ode discuss various theistic and non-theistic belief systems, how one might transition through them during one’s life, and what actually even is a god, really?

This
Month’s Podcast Share
s
from their Backlog

Episode 40: Our Community – Amabran: Car, Gwyn, and Ode sit down for a conversation at Convocation with Amabran, discussing Path of Light, service traditions, covens (and whether they’re for you), and how to find other pagans.

Episode 13: Wheel of the Year – Litha: In the fourth of a series of Pagan Holiday Specials, Car, Gwyn, and Ode discuss the many names of Litha, and summer solar celebrations around the world.

Where
Else to Find 3 Pagans and a Cat…

Their Website: http://www.3pagansandacat.com

Their
Twitter: https://twitter.com/3_Pagans

Their
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3PaaC

Their
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ0GJacu9SUzuumXJNNUZwQ

Remember

You can always support your favorite podcasts with a donation. Every bit helps to keep them going.*

***

About
the Author:

Jennifer
Wright
is
a witch on a path of change that is always winding. She founded
PaganPagesOrg in the hopes of giving Pagans a platform to share and
learn without judgment.

She loves to create in her spare time and you can find her Creations, Jewelry, & Magickal Witch Bottles at: www.facebook.com/TwistedWitchesShoppe/

When not creating she can be found strolling around FB, Twitter, & Instagram looking for an interesting conversation. She’s the moderator of a FB Group called Cyber Moon Coven Of Changes and enjoys spending time with it’s members.

Book Review – The Modern Witchcraft Spell Book: Your Complete Guide to Crafting and Casting Spells by Skye Alexander

May, 2019

Book Review
The Modern Witchcraft Spell Book
Your Complete Guide to Crafting and Casting Spells
by Skye Alexander
Published by Adams Media
Pages: 301

This
first part of this book covers the basics needed to prepare a novice
for working the spells in the second part. Skye Alexander starts out
by explaining that a spell “is something you do with clarity,
intent, and awareness to generate a result. A spell consists of a set
of thoughts and symbolic actions performed in the physical world to
initiate change on a higher level. Once a change takes place at that
higher level, it filters down and materializes here on earth.”

“Spellcasting,”
she writes, “is a method; it’s a secular activity with no dogma
attached to it. … and everyone possesses magical ability.” Spells
are done by people across many cultures and religions. They can be as
simple as making a wish before blowing out candles on a birthday cake
or saying a prayer to casting a spell that requires time
to formulate, research, write and execute.

Readers of The Modern Witchcraft Spell Book: Your Complete Guide to Crafting and Casting Spells will be introduced to 13 steps for successful spellwork, techniques to hone the ability to sense energy, helpful tools, astrological magic and creating sacred space. Sections also cover the power of words; working with spirits, deities and other beings; and tapping into energy by aligning with nature and the universe using gemstones and botanicals.

Part
II contains spells for the three most requested intentions – love,
money and protection – in addition to spells for healing,
self-improvement and success. There are spells to do with others and
spells for the sabbats – more than 125 in all – involving
incantations, potions and charms. For each, Alexander gives a short
intro, a list of tools and ingredients, the best time to perform the
spell, and understandable directions.

A
spell to release sadness involves flying a kite and one for success
entails making a talisman with three rune symbols painted in gold on
three gemstones corresponding with an objective and keeping them in a
gold pouch wrapped with a red ribbon with intentions knotted in.

Practitioners
of all levels will find the correspondence charts useful for
incorporating the magic of astrology, and ingredients for various
intentions.

The
book does a good job of introducing the subject. It concludes with
eight pages dedicated to “Taking the Next Step.” Alexander
stresses practice, gives steps for creating spells from scratch and
encourages readers to craft ingredients.

“Knowledge
is power, as the saying goes. The more knowledge you have, the more
powerful you’ll become as a spellworker,” she writes.

About the author Skye Alexander :

Skye Alexander is the award-winning author of more than thirty fiction and nonfiction books, including Your Goddess Year,The Only Tarot Book You’ll Ever Need, The Modern Guide to Witchcraft, The Modern Witchcraft Spell Book, The Modern Witchcraft Grimoire, The Modern Witchcraft Book of Tarot, and The Modern Witchcraft Book of Love Spells. Her stories have been published in anthologies internationally, and her work has been translated into more than a dozen languages. She is also an artist, writing teacher, feng shui practitioner, astrologer, and tarot reader. She divides her time between Texas and Massachusetts.

The book gets a 4.7 out of 5 by 59 customer reviews on Amazon.

The Modern Witchcraft Spell Book: Your Complete Guide to Crafting and Casting Spells on Amazon

***

About
the Author:

Lynn
Woike
 was
50 – divorced and living on her own for the first time – before
she consciously began practicing as a self taught solitary witch. She
draws on an eclectic mix of old ways she has studied – from her
Sicilian and Germanic heritage to Zen and astrology, the fae,
Buddhism, Celtic, the Kabbalah, Norse and Native American – pulling
from each as she is guided. She practices yoga, reads Tarot and uses
Reiki. From the time she was little, she has loved stories, making
her job as the editor of two monthly newspapers seem less than the
work it is because of the stories she gets to tell. She lives with
her large white cat, Pyewacket, in central Connecticut. You can
follow her boards on Pinterest,
and write to her at woikelynn at gmail dot com.

Book Review – Here, There, Everywhere: A Clarification of Reality by Just Plain Bill

May, 2019

Book Review
Here, There, Everywhere
A Clarification of Reality
by Just Plain Bill

Here, There, Everywhere is a book written by Bill Holtry a.k.a. Just Plain Bill. Just Plain Bill grew up in Central Pennsylvania on an Amish farm. His Pap mentored him throughout his life and taught Just Plain Bill the values that are passed down to us inside Here, There, and Everywhere. These values are family, love, honor, trust and peace. If you enjoy this review, make sure to check out my interview with Just Plain Bill in this issue of PaganPagesOrg. In the interview, Just Plain Bill shares his website where you can purchase Here, There, and Everywhere, and you can learn more about Just Plain Bill!

Here,
There, and Everywhere is written in the form of automatic writing.
Just Plain Bill touches on that subject within the first chapter or
two. He also answers my questions about it in his interview. This is
a neat way to write a book and I was impressed by all the lessons
that he has learned over the years. It is a blessing that he took the
time to compile all these lessons to share the values of family,
love, honor, trust and peace with the readers of Here, There, and
Everywhere.

This
book is comprised of more than 50 chapters. Chapters isn’t the best
way to describe it. Stories, lessons, values, lives. Those would be
better ways to describe these “chapters”. Each chapter is
teaching us something new. It is teaching us about someone who walked
on this planet. It is about their life, their story, the lessons they
learned, and the values that we should all know: family, love, honor,
trust, and peace.

Each
chapter/story starts the same way. Just Plain Bill steps through the
“door” and into the Everywhere. From there each chapter/story is
different. Sometimes the scene is two stumps in a forest, high in a
tree, a stream, or a cliff. Other times there is no scene at all.
Just Plain Bill is just relaying the message/story to us.

I
spent time going over and over this book. Normally I can pick out a
favorite part, a favorite scene, or a paragraph that I want to read
over and over again. With Here, There, and Everywhere that was
difficult to do. I loved this book so much.

I’ve
read this book more than once and I am always learning something new
or a new fact is jumping out at me. I’ve also been able to see the
stories differently depending on how my mood is for that day.

One
of the spirits that stick with me from the book is Pap. He only
appears a few times throughout the book, but with each visit you can
feel his love that he has for Just Plain Bill. Along with the love
and admiration that Just Plain Bill has for Pap.

While
reading this book, I could not help but wonder if I knew some of
these Spirits in a past life. Was I in any of these stories that are
being shared?

Here, There, and Everywhere is on my list as a must read. It’s more than just a fun read. Here, There and Everywhere challenges you to think and see the world differently. It also encourages you to use those values of family, love, honor, trust and peace.

Here, There, and Everywhere: A Clarification of Reality on Amazon

Book Review – The Witch’s Guide to Wands: A Complete Botanical, Magical, and Elemental Guide to Making, Choosing, and Using the Right Wand by Gypsey Elaine Teague

May, 2019

Book Review
The Witch’s Guide to Wands
A Complete Botanical, Magical, and Elemental Guide to Making, Choosing, and Using the Right Wand by Gypsey Elaine Teague
Published by Weiser Books
Pages: 243

“The
Witch’s Guide to Wands” is the reference book Gypsey Elaine
Teague had been trying to find – one that explained the properties
of the woods and metals from which wands are made.

“You
would not use a holly wand for a new moon ritual any more than you
would use an ebony one for a full moon. If you want strength, then
you would use oak and reserve the willow for resilience and survival
spells,” Teague writes, explaining one tool is not used for every
purpose.

“As
witches, we are very specific about our spells and our rituals,”
Teague states. “We demand the finest tinctures and oils, the purest
herbs, and if possible, we grow everything ourselves. We fill our
bookshelves with tomes that explain in detail each and every
ingredient that will go into our brazier, but when it comes to wands,
the books usually say, ‘walk among the trees and find a piece of
wood that suits you.’ Really? ‘Suits you?’ Would you dress for
ritual in whatever suits you without some research or discussion?”

A
woodworker, she describes how she turns or fashions wands, sandpaper
grit and the oil she uses. Nowhere are there instructions to do the
same. Rather, readers are told, “not just anyone can make a wand. A
wand is a sacred tool and should created in a sacred way. … In
conclusion, find a wand maker you trust. Then allow your wand to find
you. Both you and the wand will be happier and more successful for
the experience.”

Based
on her knowledge of plant science and ethnobotany plus years of
magical practice, Teague gives the common name, order, family genus,
species and hardness rating for each wood. Its energy (masculine or
feminine), history, metaphysical properties, its element (earth, air,
fire, water), and the deities associated with it are presented for
acacia to zelkova. There is also a discussion of the general
characteristics of each such as reasons for use, areas it can be
found, myths, spells and cautions.

She
makes no attempt to standardize the length, width or shape of a wand
– other than it be thicker at the base than at the tip –
explaining “the wood will call out its own ultimate shape.”

Part
three of the book is comprised of six pages dedicated to the wands
used in Harry Potter’s world.

The
appendixes contain lists of woods organized by use and deity. There
are also lists of woods noting sexual energy and elements.

The
subtitle states, “A Complete Botanical, Magical, and Elemental
Guide to Making, Choosing and Using the Right Wand.” I think of it
as more of a reference for materials that comprise a wand.
Considering the first line of the introduction is “The wand chooses
the witch, the witch does not choose the wand,” I can’t help but
wonder why I would need to know what’s in the book when I need just
run my hand over wands in protective bags.

The
book gets a 4.1 out of 5 by 27 customer reviews on Amazon.

About
the author Gypsey Elaine Teague

Gypsey Elaine Teague is the Branch Head of the Gunnin Architecture Library at Clemson University as well as a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors, an Elder and High Priestess in the Georgian tradition, a High Priestess in the Icelandic Norse tradition, and a High Priestess and originator of Steampunk Magic. Teague is published in a number of areas and presents nationally on Steampunk history, literature, and popular culture.

The Witch’s Guide to Wands: A Complete Botanical, Magical, and Elemental Guide to Making, Choosing, and Using the Right Wand on Amazon

***

About
the Author:

Lynn
Woike
 was
50 – divorced and living on her own for the first time – before
she consciously began practicing as a self taught solitary witch. She
draws on an eclectic mix of old ways she has studied – from her
Sicilian and Germanic heritage to Zen and astrology, the fae,
Buddhism, Celtic, the Kabbalah, Norse and Native American – pulling
from each as she is guided. She practices yoga, reads Tarot and uses
Reiki. From the time she was little, she has loved stories, making
her job as the editor of two monthly newspapers seem less than the
work it is because of the stories she gets to tell. She lives with
her large white cat, Pyewacket, in central Connecticut. You can
follow her boards on Pinterest,
and write to her at woikelynn at gmail dot com.

Book Review – The Fire Rose: The Elemental Masters Series by Mercedes Lackey

May, 2019

Book Review
The Fire Rose
The Elemental Masters Series
by Mercedes Lackey

This is the
classic story of a young woman, a man and the trials of living with
magic. The concept might be a norm with fantasy fiction, but with
this addition from Mercedes Lackey, we find magic in the rawest form.
Elemental magic.

I have
personally read this book over a 100 times, no joke. It is one of my
earliest exposures to the actual ‘possibility’ of magic existing
in our world.

When I
stepped into the world of Jason and Rose, two totally different
personalities and walks of life, I felt a kinship with Rose. She is a
learned scholar and in the time period of the book that is
practically unheard of.

Now,
picture this:

A
university-taught young woman, raised in Chicago, after losing her
father, has found out the full depth of his debt. He made some rather
shady monetary choices and lost it to a charlatan who had managed to
do the same with all of his other backers.

After
watching all of her worldly possessions being carted off by the bank,
she was taken under the wing of a fellow professor of her father’s.

Enter
Jason. Besides being a very well known rail baron and millionaire,
living on Nob Hill in California-he is also a Fire Master.

He made a
very foolish choice, after thinking that he had enough magical power,
to attempt a werewolf-loupe Garou (1) spell that would allow him to
change between werewolf form and human form at will; while still
retaining his human mind. This failed in a way he never expected. It
left him unable to read, write or practice magic fully due to the
changes he created.

Enter Paul
du Mond, a selfish and perverse man who is also Jason’s protegee –
working to become a Fire Master himself. He is quite prolific in his
various diversions to acquire power. He feels like the elemental
powers should be his without the regular work and patience involved
to rise in power to a Master of Fire as well. He is also Jason’s
secretary who handles the business that Jason cannot due to his
hubris (2).

There is
another Fire Master, Simon Beltaire, who believes as Paul does that
magical power can be derived from sex magic and pain. He lives in San
Francisco. After enticing Paul with offers of teaching his way of
magic, he turns Paul against Jason, while turning Paul into a spy.

After
Rose’s father passed away, a letter was sent to her “knight of
shining armor” from Jason outlining his need a scholar to help read
for him, under the pretext of needing a governess for children he
didn’t have. Feeling like all she was able to do was to teach, this
offer felt too good to be true, she accepted the offer with some
concern.

Off to
California, she goes!

I could
simply say that I love this book, however it’s more than that. This
book fueled my teenage years with joy and happiness. A world that I
could travel to and escape my reality.

In addition
to this, I was also just beginning to learn about magic and things of
the occult. This also happened to be the only way I could “learn”
about the Craft in a way that wouldn’t upset my parents.(I’m not
advocating hiding anything from parents at all!)

All in all,
this is a good read and a lovely way to spend an afternoon curled up
with a cuppa, and a snack! Read with an open mind and you’ll find
magic everywhere!

(1)https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/loup-garou

(2) https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hubris

The Fire Rose (Elemental Masters Book) on Amazon

***

About
the Author:

My name is Krys, I’ve been living the Pagan life for 19 years. I am a wife and stay at home mom to one teen. I am an ordained minister/ Priestess, and head of the Cyber Moon Coven of Changes. After many years as a practicing Christian, I found paganism to be a more suitable path, personally. A few years and covens later, I found that being open to the online community was becoming more important to me.

After struggling to find a coven that was not just “rules” and “roles”. A few attempts later, I began the Cyber Moon Coven. An online and real life coven, with a ‘no strings attached policy’. You can find my group on Facebook. (Cyber Moon Coven of Changes)

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