Chalice

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Chalice

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A chalice or goblet is a footed cup intended to hold a drink. In religious practice, a chalice is often used for drinking during a ceremony or may carry a certain symbolic meaning.

Christian

In Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, Anglicanism, Lutheranism and some other Christian denominations, a chalice is a standing cup used to hold sacramental wine during the Eucharist. Chalices are often made of precious metal, and they are sometimes richly enameled and jeweled. The gold goblet was symbolic for family and tradition.

The chalice is considered to be one of the most sacred vessels in Christian liturgical worship, and it is often blessed before use. In the Roman Catholic Church, and some Anglo-Catholic churches, it was the custom for a chalice to be consecrated by being anointed with chrism, and this consecration could only be performed by a bishop or abbot (only for use within his own monastery).

The Holy Chalice, also known as the Holy Grail, is in Christian tradition the vessel that Jesus used at the Last Supper to serve wine. The Synoptic Gospels refer to Jesus sharing a cup of wine with the Apostles, saying it was the covenant in his blood. The use of wine and chalice in the Eucharist in Christian churches is based on the Last Supper story.

Witches

The chalice, or goblet, is symbolic for the element of Water. Many Witches do not consider it to be a tool, but instead to be a symbol of the Goddess, particularly her womb. The chalice bears many similarities with the Holy Grail, except for its symbolism used in witchcraft. Rather than being the blood of Christ, it is symbolic of the Goddess’ womb. The chalice is often used to hold wine.

In Witches a chalice, as a feminine principle, is often used in combination with the Athame (ceremonial black-handled knife), as male principle. Combining the two evokes the act of procreation, as a symbol of universal creativity. This is a symbol of the Great Rite in Witches rituals. A chalice is also used in the Small Rite. Use it to hold any appropriate wine for your magic, offerings and/or drink. Your chalice is placed in the West: Water Element direction.

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Initiation to Cast Magical Spells (Part 3)

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Magical Spells

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Once the altar is ready I will cleanse myself physically and then with copal incense, and then clean up the entire room with the copal incense. The tools and ingredients that will be used for the ceremony will be also cleaned of all bad energy with copal. Before I start I make sure that I will not be interrupted by anything during the ceremony and shutdown any telephone or cellular. I also make sure to answer any calls of nature beforehand. Then the actual ceremony can begin. It always follows the same ritual that I have worked out over the years.

  • 1. I meditate to empty my mind of all extraneous thoughts and to get rid of any bad mental energy.
  • 2. I then visualize what I am trying to accomplish with all of the spells I plan to do during the ceremony and the impact that they will make on the people I am planning to help.
  • 3. I then gather my mental energy and then call to me the powers of the earth and the universe to add themselves to my own.
  • 4. In a loud voice I declare a statement of intent to let know to the universe what I plan to do with the gathered powers.
  • 5. I then cast a magic circle of power all around my altar.
  • 6. I anoint my ceremonial candle and light it.
  • 7. I invoke the powers of the universe to join me and share their energy in my ceremony.
  • 8. I bless the ritual space.
  • 9. I anoint and light the main candle for the ceremony.
  • 10. I cast all of the spells I plan to do in the ceremony.
  • 11. I bless the cake and honey.
  • 12. I conclude the ceremony.
  • 13. To recharge the huge amount of energy I used casting the spells I eat part of the cake and drink a bit of the wine, leaving the rest as an offering to the universal soul.
  • 14. I meditate to clear my mind from the trauma of the work.
  • 15. I snuff my ceremonial candle.
  • 16. I release the circle of power so that I can leave the ritual space.
  • 17. I normally leave the altar untouched until early the next morning, unless I need to do another ceremony later on the same day. I leave the main candle burning until it is all burnt and burry the remains safely.

I normally try to do a single large ceremony daily unless the volume of spells needing to be done is too much, or different requested spells can conflict with each other so they need to be done in different ceremonies with a thorough cleaning in between. I normally take a day off from doing magic once in the week to recharge my powers. If I do not do so, it takes too much out of me mentally and physically.

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Initiation to Cast Magical Spells (Part 2)

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spell

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On the altar you place your special magical tools that you will need for the ceremony. Normally on the left side are placed the tools that are related to the female side of the universal soul. I normally place a red crystal cup or chalice filled with wine as an offering to the universal soul, a small bell, a small container of salt, and my cauldron. On the right side are place the tools associated with the male side of the universal soul. I place my athame, my magic wand, my grimoires, some cleaning incense and whatever incense I will use for the ceremony.

I also normally place magical objects that have special meaning to me to aid me in concentrating like some stones or crystals, a pendulum, a sickle, a small crystal bowl with seeds in it depending on the type of spells I will cast. If I work alone I will place my own ceremonial candle on the right side of the altar, and if I will work with my High Witch she will place hers on the left side.

In between there will be a special candle for the ceremony. Before the ceremony I normally print a list of all the spells I will be doing and of all the ingredients I need for them. I will select the main candle to better fit the purpose of the ceremony. I then assemble all of the ingredients on the altar or in a drawer beneath the altar. Herbs and similar things are measured beforehand and place in small dished on the altar. I normally place a plate on the altar with some cake with honey to help in recuperating my energy at the end of the ceremony, and to leave as an offering to the universal soul.

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Initiation to Cast Magical Spells (Part 1)

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Magical Spells

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My personal view of magic is that it is one of the basic forces of the universe that is located on the spiritual plane where our souls and the universal soul reside. This force, like all the other ones, can be used and manipulated by those who know why. By using a combination of the spiritual powers of that force, the powers of the physical world, and the Witch own personal powers, a magical spell can be cast to affect both the spiritual and the physical world.

To properly cast a magic spell the wizard must first prepare himself both physically and mentally. He must clean himself and dress himself in comfortable clothes. Most professional Witch use comfortable loose-fitting ceremonial robes that they only wear to do magic, so that the clothes are not contaminated by any bad energy coming from outside. I normally wear loose-fitting ceremonial robe if the temperature is not too stifling.

Depending on their personal circumstances a Witch might decide to work outside in a peaceful area, or inside their house or workplace. Normally magical work is done at an altar, and this altar can be as simple as the corner of your dining room table or a little folding table, or as elaborate as a specially build intricately carved altar in a room or outdoor place specially built to do magic. I now work in my altar room, but eventually when we move to a quieter area I want to build an outdoor altar area where I can work closer to the forces of nature.

Once you have made your decision on where to work magic, you must clean the area where the magical ceremony will be cast to make sure that no bad energies are accumulated in that area. If you do a lot of magical work, you might decide to setup a special corner of a room with a permanent altar, or even prepare a special room in you house just to do magic. First the floor is vacuumed or swept if you work indoor and then the altar is dusted. Most Witches will place an altar cloth on their altar and it can be as simple or elaborate as you wish. I normally use a nice silk altar cloth of appropriate color and design to suit the spells I plan to accomplish.

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Witchcraft Altar

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Witchcraft Altar

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An altar is a structure upon which offerings such as sacrifices are made for religious purposes. Altars are found at shrines, temples, churches and other places of worship. They are used particularly in Pagan, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Modern Paganism, and Witchcraft. Many historical faiths also made use of them, including Witchcraft, Roman, Greek, and Norse religion.

Personal altars are those placed in a private bedroom, closet, or other space usually occupied by one person. They are used for practices of piety intended for one person.

Witchcraft Altar

A Witchcraft altar is a raised structure or place used for worship or prayer, upon which a Witchcraft practitioner places several symbolic and functional items for the purpose of worshiping the God and Goddess, casting spells, and/or saying chants and prayers. There are many types of altars Witchcraft may choose to use during ritual. Depending the rite they are performing, the material used for their altars may vary. This is because in many circles, different types of wood are believed to carry certain magical qualities. The altar is often considered a personal place where practitioners put their ritual items.

Some Witchcraft arrange their altars to represent all four elements and directions. In the North the earth element is represented; in the east is air, in the south is fire, and in the west water. These elements can be represented in various ways, but generally do not vary in elemental and directional correspondences. When placing items on an altar or when a practice involving inviting the elements to be a part of the circle and lend their power a practitioner will move clockwise and when dismissing the elements they will move counter-clockwise.

Common items on a Witchcraft altar include athame, broom, candles, cauldron, chalice, incense, pentacle, wand, etc. Some of the items represent the Earth’s four elements, but elements may be represented more literally, with gems, salt, water, plant material, etc.

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Pentacle

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Pentacle

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Pentagram

A Pentagram is an ancient spiritual symbol shaped as a five-pointed star with one point aligned upwards. With a single point upwards it depicted spirit presiding over the four elements of matter, and was essentially “good”. It is considered to be representative of the five elements from which man is made, namely fire, air, water, earth and spirit. The Pentagram has been one of the most persistent and powerful symbols in our history and was revered by nearly all ancient cultures, be it Egyptian, Greek, Babylonian, Chinese, Indian or Mayan. The mystic icon is considered to hold several layers of symbolism. It is viewed as a symbol of life, love, light, unity, wholeness, and quest for divine knowledge.

Pentacle

Some people believe that a Pentagram is not circled, while a Pentacle has the star enclosed by a circle. Still, others say that a Pentagram is a diagram or drawing of the star and is referred to as a Pentacle only when it takes the form of a physical object. A pentacle is an amulet used in magical evocation, generally made of parchment, paper, cloth, wood, or metal (although it can be of other materials), on which the symbol of a spirit or energy being evoked is drawn. It is often worn around the neck, or placed within the triangle of evocation.

Pentacles may be sewn to the chest of one’s garment, or may be flat objects that hang from one’s neck or are placed flat upon the ground or altar. Pentacles are almost always shaped as disks or flat circles. Many varieties of pentacle can be found in the grimoire. This form of pentacle is formed upon a disk which may be used either upon an altar or as a sacred space of its own. The pentacle is representative of the Earth in occult usage.

The Good, Universal Consciousness, including both individual and world Soul, leading finally to Nature, The Pentacle right side up represents the Divine ruling over the world of matter. Let us not forget that it also represents the elements Spirit, Water, Air, Earth, and Fire as shown below. This is most commonly used Pentacles by most people in Witchcraft.

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