By Margie McArthur
A whole in-depth guide protecting all facets of Wicca written for relations use. Covers not just the Sabbats and different Circle workings but additionally Passages (birth, puberty, marriage, getting older and death), domestic Blessing, Spirit Quests and extra. easy details can also be supplied on pets, vegetation and gardening, crystals and herbs orientated in the direction of more youthful youngsters. every one Sabbat bankruptcy first provides the philosophy and conventional customs for that competition after which supplies a variety of applicable tune (words and musical notation), recipes and relatives actions. Following it is a kinfolk ritual/play.
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The people danced around them, leaped through the flames or over the embers. Bonfires, like jack-o'lanterns, represented the protection given by light over the dark coldnes of the coming winter. Autumn's bountiful offerings to us can be used in craft activities with children. Here are some ideas. 1) Acorns, with their jaunty little caps, can be dried, then drilled and strung into necklaces (as can dried rosehips). 2) Other nuts of varying sizes and shapes can be glued together, given faces with a felt tip pen, and costumed.
Our daughters take turns being the Lucia Queen-greeting us early on the morning of December 13th carrying a tray of special rolls and coffee or hot chocolate. The Lucia Queen is clothed in a white robe and wears a crown of candles on her head. Some times instead of a candle crown (which worries me with the younger ones) a taper or votive candle is carried on the tray of goodies. Although there is a song that goes with this ceremony, I have been unable to obtain it, so I wrote a poem that our Lucia Queen recites as she delivers the morning treats.
MOTIER & FATIER: Air, Fire, Water, EarthElements and building blocks of our world We bles you, that you may aid us in this rite. Three sprinkles ofthe salt are mixed into the cup of water. Then the elements are passed around and each person present is blessed with them by theperson to his (or her) right. When this is complete the elements are set once again upon the altar. MOTIER: We invoke and call upon Thee, 0 Most Holy One, Whom we affectionately call Father; FATilER: We invoke and call upon Thee, Wise and Compasionate One, Whom we lovingly call Mother; MOTIER & FATIER: Lend us your aid for this rite of cleansing and blesing.