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

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The Blessing Chant can be said at the beginning of any type of ritual as a general invoca

tion.

Separate invocations of the Goddess and God may follow.


May the powers of The One,

the source of all creation;

all-pervasive, omnipotent, eternal;

may the Goddess,

the Lady of the Moon;

and the God,

Horned Hunter of the Sun;

may the powers of the Spirits of the Stones,

rulers of the elemental realms;

may the powers of the stars above and the Earth below,

bless this place, and this time, and I who am with you.


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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.

The Standing Stones Blessing Chant

The Blessing Chant

Copyright © 1989 Scott Cunningham