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Grimoire

Postby phxkalee » Wed May 16, 2018 8:19 am

I’m still learning how to use this so this might be the second time you’ve seen this but, I’m working on a new grimoire and I'm looking for some solid information to add in pages for the God & Goddess, or any other information that would be nice to include. Thanks loves <3
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Re: Grimoire

Postby YanaKhan » Wed May 16, 2018 9:04 am

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Re: Grimoire

Postby Ashrend » Wed May 16, 2018 10:11 am

Draconic witches tend to believe dragons are god's, more specifically certain ones with names like the rest of the gods. I don't have any info but there is plenty online about it if you so wished to enter it into your grimoir
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Re: Grimoire

Postby SpiritTalker » Wed May 16, 2018 12:02 pm

Just use the search function (upper right) to find BOS references or browse some of the BOS posts. Start with what you are most interested in & a clear idea of your present beliefs. There is a gods/goddesses section with some discussions. If you're asking for web site suggestions Sacred-Texts.com has loads of info.

What would be solid info to you?

If a specific culture appeals to you then research just their deities. Get to know the folk lore & how to interpret layers of meaning.

Edit: At Gobekli-Tepe in Turkey (the earliest known ritual site dating back to about 11,000 BCE & discovered in 1996) the altar was aligned with the star Deneb in the constellation Cignus, which was located in the "crotch" of a divide in an arm of our Milky Way galaxy. A good sized holed-stone marked the northern altar. It seems to have symbolized the birth channel of the Primordial Mother Goddess who birthed all that is & through which souls pass in birth and death. It could be said that our earliest perceptions of deity derive from man's observations of the sky & earth. During the ice age mankind hunted by following migrations of deer herds which suggests the concept of a Horned God/dess. There are indications that the earliest means of agriculture may have first developed at Gobekli Tepi as the site was built by hunter-gatherers & the long-term work force community had to be fed. Other connections to both the re-emerging wild forest and more refined development of agriculture brought forth the Green Man, while still ever-present had been the geo-centric life-force pulsing outward from the Earth's molten core & writhing serpent-like throughout the planet.
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Re: Grimoire

Postby GhostRider » Wed May 16, 2018 12:08 pm

Even though most literature groups them together, there are two branches of the Gypsy family tree. The Rom Gypsies from the plains in what are now Romania and Bulgaria, are {mostly were} the Gypsy that are very mobile. Being mobile some are scam artists. They're gone before people figure the scam out. The other branch is from the N. Carpathian Mountains and plains of Hungary. They tend to be more settled.
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