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Mabon - (pr  May-bon) Autumnal Equinox Once again, day and night, and male and female forces are equally balanced. This is the time for the second harvests. Traditionally, the Eleusinian mysteries are observed in rites and dramas. The mysteries concern the myth of Demeter and her daughter Kore (Persephone), and of the attainment of immortality through the adoration of them.

Macrocosm - The world around us.

Mage - A master magician; often a mage is a scholarly and skilled practitioner who prefers that the only tools of their magick be their mind, ability, and spirit.

Magick - The art and science of focusing your will and emotions to effect change both in the world around you and the world within you, a method of creating, changing, or affecting circumstances through the manipulation of energy. Magic is accomplished through the focus of will power and emotion, which shape energy.  Magick is neither good nor evil, positive or negative. It is the use of the power that determines the path that it will take. By some, it is spelled with a "k" to note its difference from stage magic. . Note that magick is perfectly natural, not super-natural, as many believe.

Magickal Circle - a circular boundary that is cast with a wand, athame, hand, or other method. The Magic Circle is an Energy Construct which serves to amplify energy, and also to confine and thus it intensify it. The circle is cast for the purpose of protecting the witch from outside forces during a ritual or spell.

Magickal Correspondences - items, objects, days, colors, moon phases, oils, angels, and herbs used in a ritual or magickal working that match the intent or purpose of the celebration or ceremony. See Correspondences

Magickal Working- Any act involving magick or ritualism.

Magister - Title sometimes used for the male leader of a Coven.

Magus - A title given to the High Priest who along with the High Priestess (Queen Witch) has hived off 3 or more covens.

Maiden  - 1. A position held by one of the women of a coven. She is the assistant to the High Priestess. 
2.A term used to describe the first of the threefold aspects of the Triple Goddess (Maiden, Mother, and Crone). In Wiccan tradition, She is associated with the Waxing Moon, and the period from Imbolc to Beltaine; the energies of initiation and creation. The spirit of the wild, untamed feminine; the young Goddess. See Triple Goddess.

Malachite - A stone whose magickal qualities are that of balance and communication and understanding with nature and animals.

Malleus Maleficarum – The first papal against witchcraft was in 1258 by Alexander IV, a second in 1260, as did a lot more from a variety of Popes. The Latin title of a book, translated as The "Witch Hammer" the most sinister book ever written. Was written in 1486 by two German monks, Heinrich Kramer and Jakob Sprenger. This book gave definite instructions on how to identify and torture witches. This started a mass craze in the persecution of Witches.

Manifested Energies - Magickal energies that are tangible reality.

Matriarchal - A form of society or religion with a female head or chief.

May Pole - Sexual symbol of Beltane representing the phallus.

Mead Moon, Sun Moon- June  During late June and most of July the meadows, or meads, were mowed for hay.

Meditation - Reflection, contemplation - turning inward toward the self, or outward toward Deity or nature.  A quiet time in which the practitioner may either dwell upon particular thoughts or symbols, or allow them to come unbidden. A state of mind which enables the practitioner to access subconscious or super conscious thought.

Megalith - A huge structure, usually composed of stones. Stonehenge is a Megalithic Circle. see Monolith

Menhir - A standing stone. These are either found naturally or moved by wo/mankind.

Merry Meet - Greeting commonly used by Wiccans and Pagans. It basically means "Greetings". Abbreviated as MM.

Merry Part - A friendly phrase that basically means "Goodbye", used by Wiccans and Pagans. Abbreviated as MP.

Metaphysical - Having the nature of metaphysics.

Metaphysics - A field of abstract thought and philosophy about topics not on the concrete or physical level of understanding. This includes subjects like existence, the soul, being, the supernatural, astral travel, psychicism, and so on.

Microcosm - The world within us.

Midsummer - The Summer Solstice, so named because the old Celtic Summer began at Beltaine and ended at Samhain (summer's end). See Solstice and Litha.

Midwinter - The Winter Solstice, so named because the old Celtic Winter began at Samhain and ended at Beltaine. See Solstice and Yule.

Mighty Ones - Entities or beings who have advanced beyond our plane of existence. Another name for the Old Ones.

Mind's Eye - The "Chakra" in the center of your forehead roughly an inch above your brow. This is responsible for generating the magickal energies associated with mental prowess, usually through mild meditation one can feel it "energize". Things such as divination, psychic, and other empathic abilities. The root of magick itself is the bending of reality through the mind's will. This is also called the "Third Eye".

Mysticism - The belief that one can achieve direct consciousness of God or truth through meditation and intuition. In mystic practices, the attempts to merge with God or the source of creation.

Mojo - Magick.

Mojo Bag - A small bag generally worn around the neck which is charged with energies towards a certain goal and filled with charms, herbs, and/or stones.

Monolith - A menhir, a large stone.

Monotheist - The belief in one singular supreme being.

Moonstone - A stone whose magickal qualities are that of the feminine, receptivity, tidal flow, and emotion.

Moonwise - See "Widdershins".-

Mother Goddess - The who gives birth to all life. Sometimes consort to the Horned God. She has many names from different areas.

Muggle - This is a term coined by the author J.K. Rowling in her Harry Potter novels to refer to non-magical folk. It simply means that the person is not magical- not a witch or wizard.

Mundane - Everyday normal life. 

Mundras - A Gothic language of runic hand gestures to increase magickal workings.

Mythology - Cultural religious lore. E.g. Norse Mythology, Native American Mythology, Judeo-Christian Mythology (the Bible), etc.

Nanta Bag - A magickal bag containing a miniature set of altar tools. A Hermetic magickal term.

Nature Spirits - Many spirits are of this nature. They are elementals, faeries, etc. Any spirit found in any other plane which can also be found in the physical world, such as a wolf or bear spirit.

Necromancy - Revealing the future through communication with the deceased or the practice of summoning the souls of the dead.

Negative Energy - The term “Negative”  refers to energy used associated with the dark intent which detracts from the effectiveness of a working, or the quality of life in general. It is energy that is undirected or polluted with various emotional charges that tend to hamper the free flow of consciously directed energy.

Neo-Pagan - This term denotes any modern-day Pagan practitioner. Many Neo-Pagan practices and beliefs, of course, have their roots in ancient Pagan cultural beliefs.

Neo-Paganism - "A modern Earth Religion which adapts aspects of the pre-Christian Pagan religions; (most often from the ancient Norse traditions) and couples these practices with additions from contemporary religious thinkers." 2) ("new Pagan") a term often applied to both revivalist and reconstructed Pagan religions in order to distinguish their modern adoption, or foundation, by their practitioners.

Neophyte - (pr. nea fit) A prerequisite of  first degree. The title of a newcomer, beginner whom have been accepted by a coven, but have not yet completed their traditional one year and one day of study to become a full member of that coven. This is the vital step on your Pagan Path.

New Age - 1) Refers to the mixing of metaphysical practices with a structured religion. 2) Modern term for a variety of metaphysical practices, often combined and redefined to fit the contemporary world.

New Moon - A phase of the moon in which none of the moons face is visible (when the moon is dark).

Nine Maidens - These are the Nine laws of Metaphysics. They are as follows; 1: The Law of Rebound, 2: The Law of Requests, 3: The Law of Challenge, 4: The Law of Equalities, 5: The Law of Balance, 6: The Law of Summons, 7: The Law of Polarities, 8: The Law of Cause and Effect, and 9: The Law of Abundance.

Numerology -  Divination by numbers, science of numbers.

Oak Moon, Long Nights Moon- December 1st full moon the year for Earth based Pagans, Witches and Wiccans. The fearsome nocturnal animal represents the "night" of the year. See snow moon for~ 1st full moon of the Celtic Tradition and some Pagans

Oberon - In Celtic Myth, Oberon is the "King of the Faeries"; A God ruling in Avalon.

Occult - Literally, occult means "hidden" and is applied to a range of beliefs and activities that are outside of the mainstream philosophies and religions. It may also imply something that is secret, magickal, or supernatural.

Odinism - Those Pagans who worship the Norse pantheon of Gods; Odin the All Father is whence the term is derived.

Offering - An offering is a gift dedicated to a Deity, or Spirit. The practice of making offerings is very ancient, and must be understood to be symbolic in nature, an act of respect and honor. SEE Libation

Ogham - The magickal Celtic alphabet made up of 20 letters called fews, each representing a different kind of tree.

Oimelc -  A Gaelic word meaning "milk of ewes," this is another name for Imbolc and was so named since the lambing season began at this time. See Imbolc.

Old  Religion - Any of the denominations of ancient Pagan Traditions; Witchcraft, Goddess (or Earth) religions and/or traditions.  Another term for the religion of Witchcraft. Commonly used to denote Pagan religions that predate Christianity. It was used because witchcraft is believed to descend from ancient Paganism.

Omen - A sign from the Gods that foreshadows what is to come; an object or event that is to denote either good or bad fortune.

Oneiromancy - Divination through dreams.

Opal - A stone whose magickal qualities are that of cosmic energy, creativity, wisdom, harmony, and balance.

Oracle - A person through which otherworldly entities can be communicated with, similar to channeling. People often see oracles to ask questions or to be given insights to their future.

Osiris - An Egyptian God...

Ostara – (pr  o-Star-ra)  Vernal / Spring Equinox A solar festival, in which day and night, and the forces of male and female, are equally balanced. This is the first day of spring, which marks the birth of the infant Sun God and makes way for the lushness of summer. Dionysian rites are performed.

Out-Of-Body Experience - (Affectionately termed an "OOBE") When one's consciousness leaves the physical body and spends a certain amount of time in another plane of existence. Astral Travel is one of the types of OOBEs. Dreams, however, are not considered OOBEs.

Outer Circle - A coven's Outer Circle is composed of the coven's  Neophytes, First Degrees, Second Degrees and possibly some Third Degrees. See Inner Circle

Ovate - The seers and "fortune-tellers" or diviners of Druidism.

Pagan - Latin for " A country dweller". According to the Dictionary it is used to describe any religion which isn't Christian, Muslim or Jewish based.  General term for followers of Wicca and other Shamanistic, and Polytheistic Earth based religions. Also used to refer to pre-Christian religious and magickal systems. Early Roman Christians  who were mainly city-dwellers would refer to everyone who preferred to continue to worship pre-Christian divinities to separate some of the non christain religions from one another. Hence "Paganism" refers to the worship of Pagan Deities: the Gods and Goddesses of the Old Religions that predate Judaism, Islam, or Christianity. As such, "Paganism" is actually an umbrella term covering a broad family of religions, which may be divided into three broad sub-categories: survivalist - those whose religious practice has continued unbroken from their ancestors; revivalist - those whose religious practice attempts to revive that of their ancestors, whether by actual descent or by personal spiritual affinity and inclination; reconstructionist - those whose religious practice is an adaptation and reinterpretation of what they regard as the best of pre-Christian Pagan religions, adjusted to modern contemporary religious thought.

Pagandom - Part of the world primarily inhabited by Pagans.


Paganing - When a baby is presented in circle to the Goddess and God, and given a craft name which s/he will keep until about the age 13 and can choose their own at their Coming of Age celebration.  Also see Wiccaning.

Paganism - A way of life, or a spirituality, that generally involves Pre-Christian practices and or beliefs.

Paleolithic - The Paleolithic Age is the age of humankind 29,000+  years ago, said to have been the time when wo/man evolved a belief in some force higher then themselves. They assigned Gods to the important and unexplainable things that existed with them; a God of Lightning, a God of Earthquakes, a God of Fire, etc., The God of the Hunt - food, tools, clothing - and the Goddess of Love - sex and birth. These evolved into the All Father and All Mother; God and Goddess of Witchcraft. These beliefs came about naturally long before there was  Christianity.

Pallomancy  - Divination with a pendulum.

Palmistry  - Divination by reading the lines and aspects of the hand.

Pan - The Greek God of the forests, pastures, flocks and shepherds.

Pantheism - Basically a belief that all gods are part of one greater encompassing Deity.

Pantheist - A religion with multiple deities, as opposed to a monotheist religion.

Pantheon - Group of Gods and Goddesses in a particular religious or mythical structure. examp. Odin, Frigga, Thor, and Loki are all Gods of the Norse Pantheon. 

Passing Over Ritual - Ritual observed when a loved one has died. See crossing the bridge

Path - Commonly used to denote one's choice of religion.

Path Work - Very similar to visualization, path work is a process during which one journeys within to learn and grow. Path work often utilizes Mythic Cycles, Deities, and Elements as symbolism.

Patriarchal - Based on the Consort/Horned God or male as head of the 'family'. Descent, kinship, and succession are determined through the father.  A form of society or religion with a male head or chief.

Patron Deity  - a particular Goddess or God that one feels most at drawn to; some people have more than one Patron Deity, but usually one will predominate; a Patron Deity is prayed to for guidance, visions, blessing, etc.

Pecti-Wita - A Scottish Solitary tradition passed on by Aiden Breac, who personally teaches students in his home at Castle Carnonacae, in Scotland. The tradition is attuned to the solar and lunar changes, with a balance between the God and the Goddess. Meditation and divination play a large part in the tradition and it also teaches several variations on solitary working of magic. Information is not generally available.

Pendulum - An object, usually special or sacred, hung from a string or chain and used for divination. Each pendulum is different, and each user must attune to it.

Pennsylvania Dutch Witchcraft - Some may follow a variety of religions but are extremely superstitious from German beliefs.  Hex signs, worts (herbs), charms and amulets are very common to PA Dutch Witches.

Pentacle - A five pointed star within a circle thought to represent the five elements for some, and is the most common symbol for Witches, Pagans and Wiccans.

Pentagram - A five pointed star that can be drawn in one single line.
(upright) or containing the un-actualized  (inverted); the inverted Pentagram used mostly Satanists used it to represent the Christian "Satan"  with the head of a goat (Baphomet) within the pentagram.

Pentacle , Banishing - A pentacle drawn beginning at the top point and following down the left side to the bottom left point and so on, ending at the top point from the bottom right point. This is for 'destructive' or negative magickal purposes and/or worship.

Pentacle , Invoking - The opposite of the Banishing Pentacle; This pentacle is drawn starting at the top point and following down the right side to the bottom right point and so on, ending at the top point from the bottom left point. This is for 'constructive' or positive magickal purposes and/or worship.

Persecutions , The - With the coming of Christianity, which apparently came out of nowhere as a unique revelation of 'God', the Christian Church forced the pagan peoples to convert or die. The persecutions by Christians against all other non-bible religions and practices began sometime between the mid to late 1100's and continued their Christian domination until the last law against Witchcraft was repealed in 1951. In this time, approximately 6,000,000 to 9,000,000 people had been burned, hanged, or tortured to death on the charge of Witchcraft. The sad part is not even one fourth were actually witches.

Phallus - A symbolic representation of the penis

Philtre - Magickal potion used in enchantments (most commonly those of love). Contains herbs which induce trance, sleep, or euphoria.

Planes of Existence  - seven planes, or spheres of existence are used to describe the different levels of being which Spirit, or Goddess, experiences in interaction with Matter, or God. As is often the case with classifications, these seven levels are not nearly as neat as they are made to sound, but overlap and blend in ways that defy category. These seven planes are sometimes described as a successive "Fall" into progressive densities of matter, progressively slower vibrations. The seven planes are these: Physical, at which we experience physical form and sensation. /  Emotional, at which we experience emotional feelings. /   Mental, at which we experience thought and abstract concepts and understandings. /  Astral, at which we create our existence and its conditions. /  Soular, at which we develop those traits that make a unique part of Deity. /   Monadic, that part of us which is Divine, but is separate from the Whole of Deity. /   Divine, at which we are One with all existence.

Planetary Hours - a system of hourly division associated with planetary energies.

Phrenology - Character analysis by studying the shape and surface of the skull.

Practitioner - Any pagan worshipper; one who actually practices paganism or magick, not simply reads about it for scholarly interest.

Prana - The vital force of the Cosmos as it operates on the Etheric level, permeating everything. The vital force of essence; Your essence.

Presence Candle - Candle burned to symbolize the Presence of a Deity.

Priapic - A wand used in fertility rites and/or handfasting ceremonies. Average wand length, though often thicker than usual with the end 8-9 inches carved into the shape of a phallus. Sometimes has a pine cone as an alternative..

Primeval Deity - God/dess before creation, being both feminine and masculine, both spiritual and physical, resolving all opposites and polarities and containing within Itself all things. Primeval Deity is both the origin and the destination of existence, the inner soul of all creation.

Principles of Wiccan Belief - The 14 principles are a list of the mindset and beliefs of most modern Witches. They were defined and adopted in 1974 by the Council of American Witches.

Polarity - The word polarity, when used in magick, represents the concept of equal and opposite energies; male and female, earth and air, fire and water, north and south, night and day, yin and yang, 'good and evil', etc. Polarity is as vital to magick as it is to science, being found everywhere in nature.

Polytheism - Basically a belief that all gods are separate beings.

Poppet - A prepared herb stuffed cloth doll, made of wax or clay that is used in sympathetic magick to represent the person the spell is directed at.

Potion - An herbal tea or brew used by Witches in magical or healing rituals. Potions are traditionally brewed in cauldrons and are used in all facets of the magickal arts. Potions concocted for the workings of love magick are often called “philtres.”

Poultice - Herbs mixed with hot water (or a pastelike herbal medicine) that is heated, spread on a cloth or towel, and then applied to an inflamed or painful body part in order to warm, moisten, or stimulate. Poultices are also used by herb doctors for drawing out infection and foreign bodies as well as for relieving muscle spasms.

Powwow - Wise man / woman in PA Dutch country also known as power Doctors.

Prayer - The act of focusing one's attention on Deity and engaging in communication. In Wicca, prayer is directed to the Goddess and God (or sometimes, to one or the other).

Priestess - A female dedicated to both the service of her chosen deity and humankind. All female Wiccans are priestesses.

Priest - A male dedicated to both the service of his chosen deity and humankind. All male Wiccans are priests.

Projective Energy - The energy that one sends out either intentionally or unintentionally. In magick, it is the energy that is put into an object or thought-form to achieve one's goals. It is also the energy of power objects that repel negative forces by sending out positive energy.

Projective Hand- The hand with which one 'sends' energy. The projective hand is usually the hand with which one writes. The dominate ritual tools are used in this hand. Although, science has proven that this hand is more often than not your right hand, even in those whom are left-handed.

Prophet - One who can foresee future events. Nostradamus was a prophet.

Proselytize - (pr. pra se le tize) To convert or attempt to convert ones faith. as from one religion or point of view to another.  E.g. The Jehovah's Witnesses go door to door proselytizing.

Psionic - One who has more than one very strong mental ability. Example: both psychic and telekinetic.

Psychic– A mental ability where one is able to foresee future events through enhanced intuition with remarkable accuracy and detail.

Psychic Abilities - Perceiving, receiving, or transferring information without the use of the 5 common senses (sight, touch, hearing, taste, smell).

Psychic Awareness - The open state of awareness in which the conscious mind can tap into the psychic mind.

Psychic Mind - The sub- or un- conscious mind which is receptive of psychic messages. When we are psychically aware, the two minds link and we can intercept these messages.

Psychic Shielding - Strengthening ones aura to keep out extraneous or unwanted energies.

Psychism - Magic is the art of actively using the powers of the soul. Psychism is the art of using those same powers passively; to receive information or communication from the Higher Self or from others. Magic and psychism are intimately connected and the division between them is arbitrary, and solely to make understanding simpler.

Psychometry - Divination by holding an object belonging to another person.

Pyre - A ritual fire, term is most often used to denote the ritual fire whence the dead are to be cremated. Hence the term "Funeral Pyre". See also "Balefire".

Pyrite - A magickal stone whose qualities are that of prosperity, energy generation, circulation and flow.

Pyrokinetic - A mental ability where one is able to produce flames with no more than a thought.

Pyromancy - Any form of divination with fire or flame, often assisted by substances thrown onto the flames.

Pythagorean - The Pythagorean philosophy was founded by Pythagoras, a native of the Greek island of Samos who lived in the 5th century BC. To the Greeks "philosophy" was a term that indicated a private belief system, as opposed to "religion" which was a system of public rituals centred on family or community. The Greeks had many differing philosophical schools, of which the Pythagorean was among the most mystical and profound. Pythagorean ideas have never ceased to be current, and are a crucial building block of modern Wiccan thought. When the Sepher Yetzirah delineated the ideas of Hebrew Cabala eight centuries later, it drew heavily upon the ideas of Pythagoras. Pythagoreans also taught the concept of reincarnation and the idea of transmigration of souls, so that his followers regularly practiced what is today called "past-life regression."

Quarter Days(Lesser) Sabbats - The solstices and equinoxes. The Sabbats which fall in the Wheel of the Year in the 12:00, 3:00, 6:00, and 9:00 positions. The Quarter holidays are: Yule-Winter Solstice/Ostara-Vernal Equinox/Litha-Summer Solstice/ Mabon-Autumnal Equinox. 

Quarters, The Four -  See  Four Quarters, Watchtowers and Elements.

Quartz , Clear - A stone whose magickal qualities are that of  healing, balance, spirituality, sight and clarity.

Quartz , Rose - A stone whose magickal qualities are that of emotional balance, relationships, friendships, and divine love.

 Quartz , Smoky - A stone whose magickal qualities are that of grounding, centering, earth, healing and prosperity.

Quintessence - The fifth essence, the element of spirit. Also called ether or Aether. See Akasha.

Receptive Energy - The energy that attracts or is magnetic. Gemstones carried to draw in love or wealth have receptive energy.

Rede (pr. Reed) - To advise or counsel"  The Wiccan rede is a passage of advise for a Wiccan... found here 

Regression - To "go back". This is most commonly used to find out aspects of an individual's past lives. This is very strenuous and complicated. Deep meditation and concentration are vital. Pagans believe that one does not remember any past experiences from previous incarnations, so that these 'repressed' memories don't effect present experiences. But if one looks hard enough; one is linked to their higher spiritual self, that these memories can be brought forth.

Reiki - (pr. Ray-key)  means "life energy,” the manipulating these energies using ancient healing symbols.

Reincarnation - A belief system that one's soul lives many life times in order to grow and learn. The doctrine of rebirth. Common in inclusive Eastern religions, as well as EVERY religion in some way at one point or another. Many Pagans believe in Life, Death, and Regeneration as the Cycle of Life or Existence. There are two general views taken on reincarnation: 1.) That plants are always incarnated as plants, wolves as wolves, people as people, etc., or they switch off ; perhaps a wolf in one incarnation was a rabbit or human in a previous, until a given spirit has experienced everything that can be experienced by the species, tree, etc. 2.) This may also mean beings in the unknown universe, perhaps our incarnations span from planet to planet in the unknown universe as well as the known. The belief can only be a personal opinion.

Releasing - Allowing excess energy to flow out of one, so that it can be grounded: returned to Mother Earth to be used in other, more productive ways.

Religio-Magick - The term given to ancient ritual/magickal religious systems dating back anywhere from 18,000 to 23,000 years ago. This is the root of all Pagan, and thus, ALL religions.

Religious books - An idea that Pagans religions differ from most organized religions because the main doctrines of organized religions are written down in entirety and therefore "fixed". Pagan religions are ever changing because nature and our experiences with her are ever changing. One thing a lot of Pagans are unaware of is that there were Pagan doctrine that were burned and destroyed during the rise of Christianity. read the bible for confirmation on this

Right-hand Path - A term used for a person who practices magick that is beneficial to others. Opposite of left-hand path.

Rite - A note-able ritual. See great rite

Rites of Passage - Initiations or graduations of any sort. Be they "Wiccaning", "Crossing the Bridge", or attaining degrees. Age and knowledge has everything to do with these.

Ritual - A ceremony or process through which the will becomes reality, series of actions, both mental and physical, to word toward a single goal.  A spell is nothing more than a sort of ritual. Rituals only differ from spells in that Deity is often more focused on more during a ritual. 

Ritual Bath - A ritual cleansing, generally a bath, but a sometimes a shower, swim, etc. . See Bath

Ritual Dress - The alternative to "Skyclad" worship. The ritual dress is usually a robe or dress hand-made by the individual. Some covens have certain guidelines when it comes to this. See below

Robe - A closed garment worn during ritual / magickal  practices. See Cloak

Rom - The Gypsies. The Rom are powerful diviners, and are also know for their fine talismans. Being travelers, the Rom have a close connection with the earth. Beware, because they are quick to take advantage of a foolish "Gaje" or "Guajo" (outsider).

Ruby - A stone whose magickal qualities are that of power, insight, creativity, determination and strength of both body and mind.

Runes - Stick-like figures, carved into stone, wood or bone. Presently runes are the (Northern) European written languages and alphabets. They have been used by varied magicians (Gothic or Germanic) for magickal purposes even before they were used as general alphabets. The Norse/Gothic Runes known as 'Futhark' are frequently used for divination and magickal sigils. Another type, called Ogham was used by the Celts.

Running the Light - Moving mass amounts of energy during a magickal work or with a sexual partner during love-making; Energy raised through Sex Magick.

Rutile - A stone whose magickal qualities are that of energy building, insight, health and balance.