To make Moon Water, it’s important to first know what you want to do with it. If you plan to ingest it the next day, you’ll want to take a jar, glass, or container of distilled, filtered, or spring water, and set it outside to soak up the lunar energies of the Full Moon. Do not use plastic. Glass is best but ceramic works as well. Metal can be conducive to EMF’s, which can influence and alter the molecular structure of your water. So, it’s best to use glass if possible.
Category: Ceremonies, Rituals, and Rites
THE PREDATOR, LIBERATOR, AND TRAVELER BETWEEN DIMENSIONS
Our mind is a sacred garden, at times infiltrated by entities who aim to pilfer the precious reserves of our energy; our energy being the soul spark that is the seat of our existence. These entities can be organic, inorganic, mechanized, or artificial in consciousness. Do we have what it takes to discern the difference between them during our encounters? Do we have the clarity to know when we are being predated upon? Can we employ antiparasitic measures to free ourselves from the many things that leach on our thoughts, energy, and emotion?
COMMUNING WITH THE DEAD, RITUAL CELEBRATIONS, AND THE HONORING OF SAMHAIN OCTOBER 31ST- NOVEMBER 1ST, 2021. COMMEMORATING OUR HERITAGE, ORIGIN, AND ROOTS OF MODERN DAY HALLOWEEN.
Samhain, pronounced, “SOW-in, SAW-vin, or SHA-vin” is defined as “end of summer”. Also known as November Eve, Feast of the Dead, and Feast of Apples, Samhain is a Gaelic festival that marks the time between harvest season and the beginning of winter. It is referenced as the period of time known as the “darker-half”. Although it is commemorated on November 1st, festivities are held on the eve of October 31st as the Celtic day began and ended at sunset.