Wicca, Witchcraft and Paganism, for the Novice to the Crone

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The four elements of Air, Fire, Water and Earth exist as spiritual essences, as philosophical concepts, as energy states and as a tangible physical reality. " Working magick with the elements helps to connect us to the tangibly present natural powers in our physical world, whilst at the same time we are returning to the building blocks of magick by rooting our feet in the material world. Since Empedocles formalized the system in ancient Greece in the 5th century BCE, the four elements have become an integral part of the Western Esoteric Tradition – passing from ancient Greek magick, through the Qabalah, & Grimoire Traditions into modern derivative traditions of ceremonial magick and paganism.

The Chant:

Darksome night and shining moon

Hearken to the Witches’ Rune

East then South, West then North

Here, Come!

I call Thee forth!

By all the powers of land and sea

Be obedient unto me

Wand and Pentacle and Sword

Hearken Ye unto my word!

Cords and Censer, Scourge and Knife

Waken all Ye into life

Powers of the Witches’ Blade

Come Ye as the charge is made!

Queen of Heaven, Queen of Hell,

Send your aid unto the spell

Horned Hunter of the night

Work my will by magic rite

By all the powers of land and sea

As I do say

So Mote It Be

By all the might of Moon and Sun

As I do Will

It shall be done!

Summoning of the Elementals

A Chant to Summon the Elementals

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