29th December 2020, 1:18 AM
|Title||Phoenix Rising Online Witchcraft Community! (18+)|
|Description||Welcome to Phoenix Rising!
(An 18+ Community)
Hard times will turn thin skin & soft hearts into a hard shell & stone. A Phoenix turns hard times into growth & rebirth! Rise from the ashes & become the you that you were meant to be… no matter how many times it takes for you to get there. Forever learning, forever growing!
This is an Occult & Witchcraft community, for users over 18 yrs old, with a large focus on learning & growth! We welcome seasoned practitioners as well as beginners as long as you are serious about your practice or serious about learning to practice. We offer 24 resource channels, discussion channels on many topics of witchcraft, lessons, general chats, almost nightly voice chats, & a member base ready to teach you or gain knowledge from you! We aim for an atmosphere suitable for as many varying belief systems as we can by practicing respect as well as practicing witchcraft!
Community Link: https://discord.gg/wpNRXAE
6th December 2020, 1:43 PM
The start of the Age of Aquarius and the solstice Yule
26th December 2020, 12:48 AM
Christian Witch page, request for information:Just off the top of my noggin there's Italian Catholic-witchcraft, in which every extended family has an aunt, uncle or Nana who they go to for unhexing the evil eye & no one bats an eye 😉. Its still a practical custom.
Lighting a candle & saying prayers for intercession of Saints into mundane life is part of modern weekly Mass & is commonly part of Catholic home-altars. I can't see much practical difference between petitioning ancestor spirits and asking a Saint's intercession. Spiritually a Saint works a miracle & intercedes into the mundane realm by transformation thru faith, and a magician, occultist, sorcerer or witch works a spell to manifest change thru transformation of consciousness; & Love is the Law. The soul aligns with its highest good in conscious, sacred union with The Divine … on a good day when all the pieces click into place😏. It's still a work in progress.
A very pagan St Hubertus (AD656-727) had a vision as a hunter & saw a stag with the illumined cross between its antlers. Hubert was so affected he went on to become a Bishop. When I was researching him I came across references to St Hubert as a hunter of souls & I was reminded of Herne & the "great hunt" for souls of the dead at Samhain.
From an observer's point of view I'd say a Mason might exemplify a Christian sorcerer. Gardner's Wiccan ritual was based on Masonry's little blue book of ritual which is said to have derived from old Egyptian sources. The murder & resurrection of Masonry's Hiram - the "widow's son" - is like other Pagan & Christian resurrection themes (Inanna, Osiris, Odin, Jesus). Often Hermetic, Pagan & Christian mysteries are similar.
A Christian accepts The Christ took their sins upon Himself and, having thus awakened, they henceforth choose to live by spiritual values. A witch is someone who uses natural magic & their God given psychic abilities to fill needs & to commune with Nature. A Christian Witch is a Christian who does magic & likewise communes & might also use Psalm Magic. IMO anyone can use magical principles. The Secret's secular popularity is an example.
Last edit: by Norwich