"Merry Meet and Blessed Be!"

"Bide the Wiccan law ye must,
In perfect love and perfect trust..."

Monday, November 26, 2012

Palm Reading: The Fingers Cont. Jewelry(Lesson 8)

This post is to continue the lesson on the fingers. Jewelry on the fingers can be a good indication of a person's character.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Palm Reading: Interpreting the Fingers (Lesson 7)

In palm reading each individual  finger has a meaning as well as it's relation to the other fingers and the palm as well. When reading the fingers you have to take into account previous injuries or illness such as arthritis that has changed their shapes and can give a deceptive reading.

Friday, November 16, 2012

Palm Reading: Lesson 6

This post will focus on the last of the 4 major lines on the palm, the fate line. Not everyone has this line but if they do it usually runs down the center of the palm. This line should be read from the wrist up towards the fingers.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Palm Reading: Lesson 5

This lesson will focus on the life line of the palm. This is the line that starts at the top of the thumb base, between the thumb and index finger, and curves around the palm to the wrist. It should be read in this direction as well.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Palm Reading: Lesson 4

I'm going to explain the Head Line today. The head line should be read from the thumb to the pinkie finger or towards each other in up turned palms.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Palm Reading: Lesson 3

Today I am going to focus on one of the 4 major lines of the palm. The heart line.

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Palm Reading: Lesson 2

Today I am going to explain the beginning basic of palm reading. Identifying the 4 major lines, palm shape, the fingers in relation to the palm, and what each type signifies.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Gatherings Explained

I have been asked what the different gatherings of the coven are for so here is a detailed explanation of the different type including full moon, new moon, and Esbats and Sabbats.