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See also the first concept cluster: Names. Ground and center – Fundamental practice of Wicca in which the practitioner metaphorically connects her personal “energy” with the earth (grounding) and draws on that to move into a balanced and relaxed frame … Continue reading
In the process of starting to collect Paganese, I’ve decided that so far I’m mostly describing my understandings of Wicca, so I’m not even going to begin to call this an attempt at a Pagan glossary because that would be … Continue reading