In the wild, wolves and crows (and ravens) are frequently found in each other’s company. The crows fly ahead of the wolf pack to locate prey. In exchange, the grateful wolves leave behind a few tasty morsels for the scavenging crows. There is also evidence that the two species simply enjoy being around each other, as wolves and crows are commonly observed exhibiting playful behavior with one another.
Absolutely possible, and a more economical/time saving choice for any modern occultist!
here’s a place to look if you’re just starting with circlemaking. A guide. Done by moi.
Of course your circle can be different but there’s still some geometry and stuff involved with any circle to be made so I hope this helps.
Reconstruction of the “Holy Table” as used by John Dee.
The Sacrifice ~ Martin Wittfooth 2011
I knew a guy named T who had the most magnificent cat I’ve ever seen. It was so large, and fluffy, and orange, it looked like a regular maharaja. I loved that cat.
And thank you.
|—||Mary Oliver, from The Faces of Deer (via barnsburntdownnow)|
I had a short discussion today on the validity of the tarot. It’s a shame that such an intensive and ultimately psychological form of divination has been reduced to “fortune telling” and gimmickry. When you really study the tarot you find out just how intricate, balanced and interdependent each card is. You don’t predict the future with it, but you can reveal some elements of someone’s current space in time and what opportunities might be available to them depending on how they choose to go from there. It’s a reflection of the inner Self and nothing more. A well-read tarot reading is just as effective as an hour session with a psychotherapist. Anything else is charlatanism.
I should also note that a tarot reading does not oppose or interfere with any faith, Abrahamic or otherwise. It is NOT communication with spirits or consorting with the stars. It is entirely symbolic and is not meant to be taken as absolute.
Tarot is not fortune telling as it reveals only possibilities, not definite futures. Well said my friend.