Casting the full circle

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Casting the full circle

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I summon elements and 4 archangels to quarters
I call Gaia and Qabala correspondence to Malkuth to seal the ground below.
I call Ouranos and Qabala correspondence of Keter to seal the sky above, together with Sky Goddess and Sky God.
Into middle I call personal guardians and visualise Merkaba to seal me.
Than I call Goddess and God to preside over the ritual.

but... how do you seal the cross-quarters?
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Re: Casting the full circle

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That’s totally out of my league but I’d be interested when you get a usable answer. I’ve no idea 🤷🏽‍♀️ but a wild guess, & going by quarters as the four cardinal directions as solstices & equinoxes then cross quarters would be the midway points usually called but their Celtic names descriptive of the associated seasonal activity, so can that be bent to relate to any of the 10 sephirot?

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Re: Casting the full circle

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I've only used one circle or three rings and envision a sphere for either. The three circles are flat (linear on the earth plane) from east to west (above and below) from south to north (above and below) forming the sphere. ... ajaxhist=0
You could add the cross quarters in a similar way I suppose, like from Imbolc around to Lughnasadh and make your own incantation using the properties of the cross-quarter maybe something like "from the opening of light, (Imbolc) to the time closing of light" (Lughnasadh) and "from the the time of fertility, (Mayday) to the time of fallow" (Samhain) ...add your own special bardic words in there!
I saw this astronomical tool that is reminding me of this. ... y-spheres/


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