||A system of understanding the world from an interpretation of the positions
and relationships between the planets.
||The act of communication with dis-incarnate entities through a medium. Can
be oral, written or painted.
||An effigy constructed from the straw of corn (wheat, barley, oats, rye or
maize) for use in ritual.
||Use of pendulum to receive answers from other realms.
||Priestly class of the
||In the more general sense, the feminine power of Nature. In more specific
terms individual deities representing different aspects of the feminine.
||Initially, a platter of plenty. Later, the cup used at the christian Last
||A face created from leaves, vines and/or flowers. It is the representation
of the living forces of Nature. May also be a person representing the nature
energy archetype in a ritual.
||A snapshot in time locating the position of planets at that time. Also
includes the interpretation of such snapshot.
||The manipulation of Nature by humans.
||The process whereby the conscious mind is stilled of chatter.
||Person, cards or other system through which access to esoteric material is
||An understanding of the Universe by accessing the vibrations it is made up
||Celtic script consisting of marks upon a perpendicular central line.
||A medium through whom a prophecy is passed.
||A set of cards used to access prophecy and/or esoteric information.
||Originally from the Latin pagi, meaning of the countryside. From that
it came to mean followers of the countryside religion. Now it means
followers of Earth Centred Spiritualities.
||A Northern European Script used as an oracle. These are usually inscribed on
||A circle cast intentionally as part of a ritual to both keep the outside
world away and to contain energy within.
||Used in ritual magic as a device to focus the energy.
||An oracle based upon a 78 card deck.
||Horoscope cast using the Celtic Tree Zodiac.
||The name developed during the 1950s to distinguish followers of pagan rites
from the christian demonized "witch".
||Either a christian denigration of pagan women or a political choice by some
pagan practitioners to confront christian values.
||The collection of star signs, tree signs that complete the circle of the
heavens/year and form the basic building blocks of astrology.