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The Magickal Tree of Hekate

, 15:02

Yew or Taxus baccata is one of the trees associated with Hekate, necromancy, magickal wands etc. In this article I will present some info for growing that tree and its magickal properties. My purpose is to give you all the info you will need to have a yew friend in your yard. Just go to your plant store, ask Taxus baccata, buy some biological calcium, 2-3 handfulls of rocks, read this article and plant your yew.

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Iynx

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Iynx is an ancient hellenic tool for drawing magickal energy towards you or generate energy from your body. It is also used to send energy out of you to others or to a situation. This is described by the philosopher Damascius. Iynx or strophalos is a magickal tool used especially by Witches-devotees of Hekate as it is written by the Byzantine scholar Michael Psellos. In ancient Hellas it has been used with an appropriate bird and alternatively it was used as a spinning wheel. The tool was created by gold, crystals, leather or other materials. Special characters were written and they were spinning as the inyx was spinning too.

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How to construct your Fire Wand

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In this article I am going to show you my way of constructing an amazing Golden Dawn Fire Wand with common tools. I will try to be as analytical as possible using images, especially when the steps become a little difficult. If you constuct your wand using those instructions keep in mind that safety is first, know your tools, have your wood tightened all the time and let's do great magick.

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Constructing a plaque

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In this tutorial I am going to present my way to construct a plaque for Hekate with a representation to Her.

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Division of Divination

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Divination in her first steps was connected with the Divine. There is no divination without the true connection to the Gods and the unseen powers of the nature. Through their signs (oionoi) the will of the Gods is revealed. The method of catching and explaining these signs is divination.

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