My tender ritual for the Egyptian god Set

A tender ritual for my beloved Set, husband to the consort-goddess Astarte, my namesake Adapted from 'Necrominon: Egyptian Sethanic Magick,' by Michael W. Ford Words in all caps are vibrated (intoned with a long depth of strong voice) Athame facing South (towards the Egyptian desert) Divine Seth, heir of eternity I invoke you by your... Continue Reading →

Consecrated by His fire

I felt the impression to go to the cemetery, I go there sometimes to sit on a bench under a tree, where the veil between worlds is thinner. I make an offering to the spirits there, a little candle lit and some incense waived. While I was there, I saw a dark shape run across... Continue Reading →

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