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Blessed Be Introduction to the Craft and Spiritual Magick is a book by Shaman Vitki. Wiccan Wicca Witchcraft is a popular mobile app for Google Play and itunes. Http://wiccanwicca.com
Learn the Elder Futhark Runes for divination and magick. Based on the book Runes and Lore by Shaman Vitki. Includes a preview of the mobile app Runes and Lore as well.
This is a great free app to learn the elder futhark runes! It is based on the book, Runes and Lore. Learn the magical uses and energies for each rune. You can also learn how to use them for divination. It has a social wall and live chat feature to share and ask questions to the app community. It links to 24runes.com as well as many other metaphysical sites. If you are wanting to learn and study the runes, this app is a must have!
Get the free Shaman Senses App! New Age holistic living information with natural organic green wellness products and free ebooks on yoga, herbs, teas, and holistic medicine as well as metaphysical, Wiccan, and witchcraft supplies.
Free ebooks on holistic medicine, herbal teas, herbal cures, and a beginners guide to yoga and meditation.
The perfect guide to the Craft, Wicca, and spiritual magick! This book covers everything you need to know to practice the Craft and spiritual magick effectively. Includes a detailed bonus section on the 24 runes of the Elder Futhark as well. Covers calling the corners, candle magick, spells, connecting with the elements, moon magick, Sabbats and more.
Spirit is always there loving and guiding us on our journey through life. We all have spirit guides that are there helping us learn lessons, protecting us, and yes communicating to us. Communication through spirit guides comes in many forms. Spiritual communication can come in the form of symbols, colors, numbers, songs, nature, feelings, emotions, animals, finding a book, and meeting new people. Many times spirit uses synchronicity and irony to get your attention. This is how spirit guides ring your bell. The more you pay attention and listen to your environment, the easier it is to realize and strengthen your spiritual connection! The key is to pay attention to the ironic coincidence and synchronicity that occurs in your daily life. Timing is everything!
Meditation can be a great way to connect with your spirit guides. There are so many ways to meditate that it is really an easy thing to do. I find it very easy to just sit outside and connect with the outdoors and let my mind go. There are many meditation methods to use. Here is a good simple spirit guide meditation method to try to connect and meet your spirit guides. Just find the best method for you through trial and error. Even meditating on the rune symbol Elhaz can be very helpful and enlightening!
The rune Elhaz (also called Algiz) can be a great tool and resource to use to build a connection with your spirit guide.
Elhaz (Algiz) – Divination meanings: Protection, Spiritual connection or protection
Magical uses: Protection, communication and connection with guardian spirit, spiritual cleansing, strengthen magical power, traveling through other worlds or astral travel
Get the free mobile app for iTunes, Android, and Amazon. Clairvoyant Psychic Reading offers free readings, information and free ebooks on enlightenment, meditation, and dream interpretation. Easy access to clairvoyantpsychicreading.com. App also features a live chat and social wall to share and post questions to the community.
Free mobile app for iTunes, Android, and on Amazon. Connect, chat, share spells, promote, or just learn The Craft from other practicing witches in our live chat room or through the instant messaging feature! The Wiccan Wicca Witchcraft app also includes 5 free PDF ebooks (The Basics of Magic, The Alexandrian Book of Shadows, The Gardnerian Book of Shadows, A True History of Witchcraft, and an article The Magical Uses of Runes. The app also provides access to Wiccanwicca.com giving you easy access to all of the articles and current moon phase.
“This bill we are introducing seeks to right decades of wrong and end unnecessary marijuana laws,” Booker said at a Capitol news conference, where lawmakers were joined by veterans and other patients who use marijuana to relieve pain or suffering. All said they fear prosecution if they move to a different state or if the federal government decides to crack down on medical marijuana use.
“Our federal government has long overstepped the boundaries of common sense, fiscal prudence and compassion with its marijuana laws. These laws must change,” Booker said.
“Otherwise law-abiding Americans — bankers, business people, veterans and families — are fearful of unnecessary, expensive, life-disrupting investigations and prosecutions,” Booker said. “Today we join together to say enough is enough.”
The Compassionate Access, Research Expansion and Respect States (CARERS) Act, introduced by Sens. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), is a bipartisan bill to extend the principle of federalism to State drug policy, provide access to medical marijuana, and enable research into the medicinal properties of marijuana. In other words, reclassifying marijuana from a Schedule I drug to a Schedule II drug. A schedule II classification is for less dangerous drugs that have an accepted medical use. To date, 23 states, along with the District of Columbia, have legalized medical marijuana and 12 others have legalized the limited use of low-THC marijuana for medical purposes.
One of the most significant goals of the bill is to allow for patients, doctors and businesses to participate in their states’ medical marijuana programs without fear of being prosecuted by the federal government.
Points of emphasis of the bill are as follows:
1. Protection from federal prosecution
2. Reclassifying marijuana as a less dangerous substance and descheduling low-THC strains of marijuana (CBD oils)
3. Banks can work with medical marijuana businesses
4. Makes it easier to do research on marijuana
5. Allows access for veterans to receive medical marijuana treatment
Since being introduced, the bill has gained two cosponsors: Republican Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada and Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer of California. Despite bipartisan support for the bill, it remains unclear whether it will be taken up in the Republican-controlled Senate.