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    In This Issue…

    November Moon Report Engineers in Your Ear (E.Y.E.) Interview with Payam Nabarz Author of Stellar Magic Monthly Horoscope November Monthly horoscope 2009 for Libra and Scorpio (24 August – 22 October) Scorpio’s in the month of November your powers of self expression will continue to be strong. You are exceptionally self confidant. Your WILL be strong. Your health will remain good and it is certain that as always you show your virtues of courage and honor. Sagittarians hate selfish and mean actions, you live to help others, but you do not like those who resent persistently ask for favors. Be mindful of violent outbursts. Monthly Prayer Turn my thoughts, heart…

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    )0( Nov ’09 Moon Report )0(

    “The moon was a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas.” -Alfred Noyes, The Highwayman Full Moon NOV  2 11:14 am* Full moons occur from fourteen to seventeen-and-a-half days after the new moon. Full moons are prime time for rituals for prophecy, protection, divination. Any workings that needs extra power, such as help finding a new job or healing for serious conditions, can be done now. Also, full moons aide work for love, knowledge, legal undertakings, money, divination, and dreams. It is said that full moon magic is like a white candle — all purpose. Full moon magic can be conjured during the 3 days prior to the rise of the…

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    Let’s Spell it Out

    Guardian Statue Household Protector Spell The Roman festival of Compitalia honored the Lares for their help. The Lares are household hearth deities said to reside with each family as a type of protection. The story began with two children born from a liaison between the god Mercury and a mute Naiad named Laura, whose tongue had been cut out by the god Jupiter. The Lares became widely revered by Romans as house guardians and were depicted as monkeys covered in dog skins with a barking dog at their feet. Another Roman deity associated with the hearth and fire is the goddess Vesta. She too, became a popular household guardian, depicted…

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    Gems of the Goddess

    Yemaya – The Great Mother Yemaya is the Goddess of the Ocean and is also known as the Great Mother and the Mother of All Creation.  She is also the Protector of Children and women, especially pregnant women.    She is the Mother of the Fish and the Goddess of Surrender.  Yemaya is an Orisha, which is one of the Gods of the Yoruba religion, which was brought to America from Africa.  One of the theories is that she traveled from Egypt to Africa and her name changed from Isis to Yemaya.  Yemaya is associated with the river of Ogun, because this river is known to cure infertility. Yemaya has many…

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    Sexual Magick ***ADULT CONTENT***

    ***ADULT CONTENT*** Bodily Fluids and Sexual Magick Well, we have discussed Taboo and Chastity as techniques in one’s Sexual Magick arsenal. Today, we are going to discuss techniques involving Bodily Fluids. This is also one of the most dangerous arenas for Sexual Magick. WARNING: The most dangerous Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are contracted via Body Fluids. Before engaging in this type of activity, one should be assured that there is no chance of contracting an STD (Laboratory Testing, Monogamy, etc.). The Reproductive Cycle of Humankind can (and should) be viewed as a Microcosm of the Creative Act of the Universe. An initial dichotomy manifests as two opposites, which through union…

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    Natural Crafts

    Festival time is around once again, and with it comes all the excitement and wonder of browsing the shops, playing games, and finally getting that turkey leg. I can’t help you with getting the turkey, but I can help you save money by offering advice to get those old-fashioned goodies cheap- or even help you on how to make them yourself. The first piece of advice is to shop wholesale, or find deals on sites like ebay.com or etsy.com. Ebay has pretty much anything you could ever need, and if you see something, you have the option to haggle or bid as low as you think the product is worth.…

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    Dispensing the Sacraments

    I’ve been happily involved in Paganism for over 30 years and witnessed a lot of rituals in my time.  It was in 1982 that I began studying the subject of ritual making and my book on that subject, The Spell of Making, was published in 1995.  I continue to learn more every day and have had a wonderful time integrating that material into my workshops on ritual construction.  The book is focused on how to build rituals that are powerful and effective but there isn’t a great deal in it about the presentation of those rituals.  That will be what this article will discuss.  So there isn’t any confusion, let…

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    The Indigo Child

    Well since last we were together there has been several replies, so without further ado let us jump right into it and start answering questions. Question #1 Blades Kiss wrote:  Do indigo’s seem to suffer from chronic pain illnesses?? I have talked with many many other people who are indigo who have fibro, rsd etc… Michele: In answer to your question it has been my experience that Indigo’s do suffer from a lot of pain but the origins of this pain comes from a more soulful area of the psyche many times linked to the caring of others burdens whether in this life or past lives. Blades Kiss wrote: Any…

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    WiseWoman Traditions

    Menopause Naturally Wise Woman Ways: Pre-menopausal Years The actual age at which menopausal Change begins varies considerably from woman to woman; the norm is 45, with a normal range of 35 to 55. During these pre-menopausal years, menstrual periods may become noticeably different (closer together, farther apart, scantier, more profuse). Night sweats or hot flashes come, if at all, only occasionally and are usually blamed on too many blankets or a rich meal. Nourish and tonify your entire hormonal system. Menopausal changes occur not only in the ovaries, but also in the adrenal, thyroid, pancreas, pineal, and pituitary glands. herbal allies are remarkably safe and effective glandular nourishers. Increase the…

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    Hearthbeats: Notes from a Kitchen Witch

    Well this month I will be giving you some interesting and helpful uses for some stuff you have at home. Common ingredients you have in your cabinets and pantries…  Things like salt, baking soda, lemon juice. We use many of these things every day in our cooking and in our rituals… some are even used in medicinal, like baking soda as an anti-acid… There are large lists for each… but I will narrow them down to tried and trues… things I myself have used them for and am willing to pass along to you. SALT Not just for ritual any more… here are 10 uses you may not have thought…