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

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Once the rite is ended, face North, hold aloft the wand and say:


Farewell, Spirit of the North Stone.

I give thanks for your presence here.

Go in power.


Repeat this same formula to the East, South and West, substituting the proper direction in the words. Then return to the North and hold the wand aloft for a few moments.


Lay the wand on the altar. Take up the athame. Standing in the North, pierce the circle's wall with the blade at waist level. Move clockwise around the circle, visualizing its power being sucked back into the athame. Literally pull it back into the blade and handle. Sense the circle dissolving, shrinking; the outside world slowly regaining its dominance in the area.


When you arrive at the North again, the circle is no more.











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This Informative Article, Plus Much More, Can Be Found In:


Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner

by Scott Cunningham

Cunningham’s classic introduction to Wicca is about how to live life magically, spiritually, and wholly attuned with nature. It is a book of sense and common sense, not only about magick, but about religion and one of the most critical issues of today: how to achieve the much needed and wholesome relationship with our Earth. Cunningham presents Wicca as it is today: a gentle, Earth-oriented religion dedicated to the Goddess and God. Wicca also includes Scott Cunningham’s own Book of Shadows and updated appendices of periodicals and occult suppliers.

Releasing The Circle

Once the Magickal Rite Has Ended, the Circle Shall be Released

Copyright © 1989 Scott Cunningham