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The Eclectic Wiccans List of Modern Hieroglphics or 333 Symbols (2nd edition last) & still counting
Author: Michael E. Valerius, Sr.
Publisher: The Crystal Henge company
Category: Reference guide Level: Beginner
There are modern “hieroglyphic” symbols that can represent the things we as Pagans do and the objects we use to perform rituals, plan events, make calendars, prepare meals, plant & harvest the garden.
Astrologers have used some of these very symbols for many centuries. Starting with this collection of symbols, we can now apply the same ideas to everyday pagan practices. We know the time of year when the weather turns warm and when it cools off. We gather together for full moons, sabots, eclipses, picnics, parties, festivals, and other events, if for no other reason than to just be with people who's company we enjoy.
No longer can it be said that this is all make believe, even if it is not as mysterious and mystical as it once seemed to be. There are examples of Paganistic symbols in the first few pages organized in simple algerbraic formulas to give you an idea of how things can be put together to demonstrate the existence of these concepts. These symbols can be arranged in limitless ways for use in a book of shadows, garden plans, recipes, secrete messages, decorations, instructions, games, even puzzles and many more. The rest of this book is a list of symbols for the main reference such as the zodiac, sabots, days, months, magick items, planets, actions, and so on.
Author's Notes: This reference booklet is a must for your library and most usefull for making magick merry such as decorating flags, eggs, kites, book of shadows, altar clothes, cloaks, sacred places, wood craft, leather craft, body painting, and more.
I discovered quite by accident that some magick work can be documented through mathematical methods. Like most everyone else, I thought I would never have a use for algebra in my life.
Was I Wrong
Where To Buy: PRICE! $10.00 (Iowa residents add 7% sales tax)
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The Cyrstal Henge company
P. O. Box 244
Blue Grass, Iowa 52726
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3009 Merle Hay Rd. (& corner of Urbandale Ave.)
Des Moines, Iowa
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