This is going to be a brief list of correspondences for the element of Water. There are many more than this, but this is a good start. Direction- West Colors- blue, white, silver, indigo, aqua, sea-foam green Gender- feminine Animals- all aquatic creatures including sea serpents, sea birds, bear, elk, frogs, salamanders, water bugs. Elemental Beings- undines, nymphs, mermaids and mermen who live in the … Continue reading The Element of Water
Meditating with Fire can be as simple as sitting in front of a candle flame or something a little more intense, like spending the evening feeding the fire outside a sweat lodge. Whatever your experience, Fire does not disappoint. My favorite way to meditate with the Fire Element is to go outside, build a bonfire and sit staring into it on a cool evening. Sitting … Continue reading Elemental Fire Meditation
In addition to my main working altar, I also like to have Elemental Altars. I’ve had many incarnations over the years. Sometimes I have all of the Elements in one place and other times I have a separate altar for each Element. Today I’m going to briefly explain what I put on my Elemental Altar for Fire. The first thing that goes on my Elemental … Continue reading Elemental Altar for Fire
This is going to be a brief list of correspondences for the element of Fire. There are many more than this, but this is a good start. Direction- South Colors- red, orange Gender- masculine Animals- dragon, lion, horse (when their hooves strike sparks), lizards, snakes, Ladybugs, Scorpions, Burrowing animals; badger, porcupine, coyote, fox, mice, most dogs, cats; fire, faith, protectors. Elemental Beings- Salamanders, Firedrakes, the … Continue reading The Element of Fire
Ok so I don’t usually post here about the things I sell, but I’ve recently been making some changes and wanted to make sure everyone knows. I’ve been selling on Etsy for awhile now, and it’s been okay, but lately they’ve changed some of the rules and I’m not really fond of them so Etsy and I are parting ways. Where will I have my … Continue reading Goodies for Sale!
Due to the importance of fire in ancient history, it’s very likely that this is one of our earliest forms of divination. Because our brains are hard wired to organize what we see in the chaos of fire, it’s easy to see why it became such a widely used form of Divination. We stare into the flames of a fire, allowing our higher selves to … Continue reading Divination: Pyromancy
Pentagram Like a Christian cross, the pentagram tends to be the religious symbol of the Pagan path. It encompasses our Elemental beliefs and is one of the strongest protective amulets there is. The Pentagram dates back thousands of years to pre-Babylonian Sumer, roughly 3500 B.C. Many religions have used this symbol. It goes by many names, including the Druid’s Foot and the Witch’s Star. Each … Continue reading Pentagram VS. Pentacle