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Merry Meet Legionnaires~
I am sixth generation Native Blackfoot and Scottish Celt. My Grandmother was one of my mentors her being a shaman, and my other mentor was my Druid Celtic Aunt. I was raised pagan and my education started at the age
of seven and formally after my first moon lodge ritual at 12. I am also trained as a voodoo priestess.
I am a retired MSW, Psychotherapist/Hypnotherapist, and a Dr of Ministries. I provide individual and family counseling.

~*~In the Stars May 31st-June 5th, 2016 ~*~


Tuesday 31st May & Wednesday 1st June 2016 - Moon in Aries
Everyone that's alive will be talking .... "unexpectedly" !

If you don't hear from someone - technically "they" are dead - or at the very least they're not in your aura at this present moment of life - and shouldn't be influencing what you choose to do at this moment in time. When you walk-into a shop with a pushy salesmen - the non-stop talking convinces you to consider buying what they're selling. Likewise, when you're around someone who wants "you" - you're convinced to do things that you wouldn't do on your own. That's life - we are all influenced by "others".

When the people give you a BIG BURST of energy, when the news you hear makes you change your plans, when the conversation you have makes you come ALIVE with positive excitement - then you get "enticed" into doing whatever it is - you also raise your energy levels to have lots of energy.

The truth is the positive energy is WITHIN you all the time - you just need the right catalyst to UNLOCK it. When someone turns you on - by saying they love you and want sex with you - OR when someone gives you presents - OR when you get paid - OR when you win some money - OR whenever "something" BIG happens in your life - your aura is UNLOCKED - and from WITHIN you - you come alive.

Each and everyone has had life-changing BIG "events" - we have them regularly - but we forget about them and go-back to sleep. But Sun in Gemini until 21st June 2016 is determined to create a BIG event - and will keep you awake for at least the next 12 months. It is defined by the PEOPLE in your life. All the truly destined relationships in your life - past, present and future. Whoever it is that makes you come ALIVE.

If "they" don't make you come ALIVE - and - if you don't feel ALIVE by the people in your life - then life will be ensuring you OPEN your eyes and "find" who it is that makes you come ALIVE. Because only by being ALIVE is when good things - unexpected good things can happen. During Moon in Aries - that's what's going to happen - to everyone - unexpected good things.

Moon in Aries will affect every star sign - in a different way - some of you will love the unexpected changes - others will feel it's too much change - whilst others will feel forced to make decisions - others will be simply happy to see so many choices - but Sun & Venus in Gemini means - EVERYONE - will be talking and communicating. The only problem will be having enough time to talk to everyone you want to talk to.

Tuesday 31st May 2016
Moon enters Aries at 1am UK - 2am Europe - [Monday 8pm USA EST]
5:30am India - 10am Sydney, Australia

Moon 8° Aries sextiles Venus 8° Gemini
Moon 10° Aries sextiles Sun 10° Gemini
Moon 13° Aries trines Saturn [retrograde] 13° Sagittarius

Wednesday 1st June 2016
Moon 17° Aries squares Pluto [retrograde] 17° Capricorn
Moon 23° Aries conjunct Uranus 23° Aries

Thursday 2nd June 2016 - 12th House Karma
Moon enters Taurus at 3am UK - 4am Europe - 7:30am India
[Wednesday 10pm USA EST] - 12noon Sydney, Australia

On Wednesday - Uranus in Aries & Moon in Aries - means whatever and whoever "it" is that makes you feel EXCITED to be ALIVE is what you need in your life - but to truly maximize your potential - you have to be 100% excited by "it". I've sarcastically inserted images of $$$$ because whilst "money" excites people - "money" is only exciting and comes alive - when you see what it buys - and - when you see what you can do with "money". "money" is dead if you don't do anything with it - the energy to making "money" comes from wanting to buy things with it and spending it on things you love.

The same with people in your life - if they exist but don't talk to you or communicate with you - and don't make you feel ALIVE - then they're as good as dead to you. Human nature means that people in your life - their words - their smiles - their presence - should make you feel ALIVE.

During Moon in Aries - you're going to be surprised by WHO it is you need in your life - WHO makes you feel ALIVE. Because when you hear from them - and - when they talk to you, and you talk to them - and - when they convey good news to you - it will UNLOCK an energy within you - that will make you feel ALIVE. "It" will be exactly what you need ...... even more than what "money" can do for you !

Uranus has been in Aries since March 2011
Have you had something BIG and NEW since March 2011 ?
or - Are you still living the life you had prior to March 2011 ?

Astrological energies define change - whilst - some people are stubborn - some people are trapped in circumstances that they can't change and others simply REFUSE to change - changes eventually and always happen to EVERYONE.

Uranus in Aries is not "small" - it defines a "BIG" change. Aries defines something NEW. A once in a lifetime change - like getting married, having a baby, moving to a new home, setting up a new business. And whilst you are allowed to take with you all the "past" experiences - you can't live the same life you live prior to your BIG Uranus in Aries transition. You have to let-go of the "past".

Hence, whilst many people are still living like it was - 2010 - 2008 - 2006 - even like it was - 2002 or 2000 - in the next 6 months the power of Uranus in Aries will be ensuring EVERYONE gets the opportunities for the "BIG" change. The 1st sign you know it's coming is the fact that you can't take the same boring no-energy stagnation anymore - you're getting desperate for something NEW to come into your life - and - hopefully you're searching for possibilities.

The truth is - IF you should already have had the destined change - then at the moment you're really feeling the urgent need to ESCAPE the present situation which is in fact defined by the "past" - all I say is hold-on until you see destiny create the options and possibilities - then when it becomes so clear to you - then you'll be ready to break-free.

I mention this here - due to Sun in Gemini - creating lots of possibilities - and - choices - keep being OPEN to all - until the "right" one comes along - a sign it's the right one is that it comes with lots of positive energy.

Now I should add - that some of you have had the BIG change - but either because you're still holding onto a lifestyle or attitudes that you had prior to March 2011 - your physical body is living in the present - but your head is still living in the past. Uranus in Aries - means your head should be living in the liberated and energized present moment too. You should be HAPPY with your BIG change and loving life. And if you've not had your BIG once-in-a-lifetime change - defined by Uranus in Aries then it's coming ....... sooner than you think !

You see "some" people get the BURST of Uranus in Aries at the beginning of doing something NEW and BIG - but forget of how great it was - how totally energizing it was - and then loose the momentum. Let me give you an example - when you move into a new appartment - you're excited - but then you stop being excited about your home - UNTIL - you have a visitor or friend - who comes in and says what a great appartment you have - then you OPEN your eyes to see your own home through someone else's eyes.

The key to Uranus in Aries - means living with and being constantly energized by the fact that your life became a NEW life - and thinking back of how lucky you are to have a NEW life you wanted so much - and - how much different your life is now to what it was prior to your BIG Uranus in Aries transformation.

The reason I've inserted this here is that Moon in Aries - will be in 11th lunar House - which in fact is the house of Aquarius - and when Moon conjunct Uranus in Aries on Wednesday 1st June - will trigger Uranus in Aries into action - when it has been triggered - unlocked and opened - then there's no closing it - it's BIG and POSITIVE. Remember - the power of communication is your biggest human asset - not just emails - but your VOICE - as your voice defines YOUR IDENTITY.

Hence as Sun in Gemini & Venus in Gemini are moving to sextile Uranus in Aries on 14th June 2016 - life will ensure that via your speech - you will get many opportunities to get your BIG BREAK of Uranus in Aries. You won't have to wait until 14th June - as Uranus in Aries can happen anytime - whenever you're talking to and connected to the "right" people. Luck can come at anytime - all you have to do is be OPEN - be POSITIVE - talk and communicate.

Wednesday 1st June => Sunday 5th June 2016
The Gemini energies define how people talk is who they are ....
Freewill choice that defines Your karma - You can either talk positively - or - talk negatively - your choice
The purpose of the squares and oppositions is to WIN and overcome the negative situations by TALKING positive.

It much more important the way you talk about things that what you actually talk about. When a Doctor or Nurse in a hospital talks to patients they talk softly and give encouragement for people to get better - whereas the patient because of the pain and suffering - is negative and complains. The negativity being spoken by the "sick" person is defeated by the positive words spoken by the Dr's, healers and Nurse's.

It's the same purpose I have when explaining "astrology" - I always see the problems - and - then find a way to explain how to overcome them. I see the NEGATIVITY and instead of letting people suffer the squares and oppositions - I use POSITIVE words to help you circumvent and get around the obstacles. The purpose of the squares and oppositions is to WIN, to overcome the negative problems, to unblock any blockages that you have in your life - by communicating and by talking.

2nd June: Sun 12° Gemini squares Neptune 12° Pisces
3rd June: Venus 12° Gemini squares Neptune 12° Pisces

3rd June: Sun 13° Gemini opposes Saturn [retrograde] 13° Sagittarius 
4th June: Venus 13° Gemini opposes Saturn [retrograde] 13° Sagittarius

4th June: Sun 14° Gemini squares Jupiter 14° Virgo
5th June: Venus 14° Gemini squares Jupiter 14° Virgo

Indeed, this week's 2nd => 5th June "Sun in Gemini" which creates 3 sets of squares and oppositions means a battle between - POSITIVE words and NEGATIVE words - between POSITIVE people and NEGATIVE people - and due to Sun & Venus in POSITIVE star sign of Gemini - POSITIVE words will WIN.

However, if some people want to be NEGATIVE - complain and emit negativity to the world - then they can attempt to continue - but by the New Moon of 5th June - they will find themselves all alone. The squares and oppositions will ensure a DIVORCE and an END to the interaction of POSITIVE and NEGATIVE people.

For most of you - there might be annoying moments which will make you feel a bit SAD - because you will realize that you can't continue being connected to some NEGATIVE people - because they're simply far too negative - as they're always complaining, always negative and always filling the airwaves with their negativity - which will force you to completely END your relationship with them - you'll simply STOP communicating with them - or you'll have a BIG argument.

It might make you feel like the sympathetic Dr, Nurse or healer that finally gives-up trying to bring optimisim to some difficult patients - that you'll simply say - "I can't help you anymore - you're going to die anyway!"

We've all been there - and - it's always the REAL REASON why relationships end - because it becomes a battle of POSITIVE and NEGATIVE - the breaking point is the moment - you realize this truth. And that's why prior to the New Moon on Sunday 5th June 2016 - will in fact - create a BREAKTHROUGH - because you will have gone through all the squares and oppositions successfully.

So look to the Stars*)O(*

Elder Airwolf



This 5-Ingredient Butternut Squash, Arugula and Goat Cheese Pasta is easy to make, and full of the most delicious fall flavors!







1 medium butternut squash, peeled, seeded and diced into 3/4-inch cubes
1 tablespoon vegetable oil (or any high-heat oil)
salt and freshly-cracked black pepper
12 ounces whole wheat dried pasta
2 ounces goat cheese
2 big handfuls fresh baby arugula
1/3 cup toasted pine nuts


Heat oven to 425°F.  Line a baking sheet with parchment paper (or mist it with cooking spray).

In a large mixing bowl, combine the butternut squash and oil, and toss until the squash is evenly coated.  Spread the squash out the prepared baking sheet in an even layer.  Bake for 20-25 minutes, flipping the squash at the halfway point then returning them to the oven, until the squash are cooked through and soft on the inside.  Remove and set aside.

While the squash is cooking, bring a large stockpot of generously-salted water to a boil.  Add the pasta and cook al dente, according to package instructions.  Once it reaches al dente, scoop out about 1 cup of the pasta water and set it aside for later.  Then drain the rest of the water and return the pasta to the stockpot.  Immediately add in the goat cheese along with 1/4 cup of the reserved pasta water, and toss until the cheese is completely melted and is evenly coating the pasta.  (If it seems too thick and you'd like a lighter "sauce", add in a few more tablespoons of the pasta water at a time until the cheese reaches your desired consistency.)  Add in the arugula, pine nuts and roasted butternut squash, and toss until combined.

Serve immediately, garnished with extra black pepper if desired.


Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving

Calories 270 Calories from Fat 120

% Daily Value *

Total Fat 14g 22%
Saturated Fat 3.5g 18%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 35mg 12%
Sodium 200mg 8%
Potassium 400mg 11%
Total Carbohydrate 29g 10%
Dietary Fiber 2g 8%
Sugars 2g

Protein 9g

Vitamin A 200%
Vitamin C 30%
Calcium 15%
Iron 15%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

After Class Chatroom~ For Prior and Current Students Only!

Classes are ending but does this mean we have to lose touch with co-students? Not alt all!


Welcome all students to your After Class Chat Room.!


I have developed this room specifically for students of the Legion of Pagans to continue your connections with your student class mates. It is a vital part of pagan bonding much like a coven to continue these relationships for support, strength, guidance, and growth. 

~Elder Airwolf~


Legion Administration


Tea Tree Oil~Caring for your Magickal Tools, Health, & Home

OK there are many copycat recommendations on how to care for your ritual and altar tools, but truth is the best over my many years for my athames, bolines, crystals, and other tools is tea tree oil. The following is why it is my go to preference.



Planetary Associations Moon/Mercury
Spiritual Properties: Medicinal
Magical Properties: Strength and Harmony

History / Traditions
Considered to be a universal panacea.
The narrow-leafed paper bark Tea Tree is one member of an extensive botanical family, the Myrtaceae. All plants belonging to this family are aromatic because they have glandular dots in their leaves which, when crushed, release essential oils of varying amounts and constituents. There is a large group of plants in Australia known collectively as Tea Trees. The fact that the same name is commonly used to describe a very diverse and wide spread botanical group of plants has led to some confusion. Aborigines used a number of tea trees in medicine for coughs and colds. The leaves were crushed and inhaled or soaked to make an infusion. Leaf washes were applied to painful areas, sores and burns.

Tea Tree Essential Oil is a strengthening, medicinal oil. It can be used to treat most all maladies. In fact, it was often used during war times when pharmaceutical medicines were in short supply.
Add a couple of drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil to any tailisman or amulet to encourage strength.
Used for aura cleansing, protection, purification, to open mental channels and mental clarity, unclog upper chakras.  Wide application in aromatherapy.

Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) is a member of the Myrtaceae family and is an indigenous species to Northern New South Wales, Australia. The oil is found within the cells of the leaves, and as the Tea Tree is extremely fast-growing it is constantly renewable, ensuring that no trees are harmed or destroyed. The name Melaleuca comes from the Greek “melas” (black) and “leukos” (white), referring to the contrast between the dark green foliage, which appears black, and the loose, paper-thin white bark. Melaleuca alternifolia didn’t receive the name “Tea tree” until 1770, when the name was given by the British explorer Captain James Cook. Although Cook’s crew first used the leaves for tea, they later mixed them with spruce leaves as a beer. The plant’s medicinal properties remained a secret with the

Australian aboriginal people until the early 1920s when Sydney, Australia chemist, Dr. Arthur Penfold, researched it’s antiseptic properties. In 1929, along with F.R. Morrison, Penfold published “Australian Tea Trees of Economic Value.” This started a flurry of research into tea tree oil. The Australian government considered tea tree oil a World War II essential for their armed forces’ first aid kits. After the war, increased use of pharmaceutical antibiotics decreased tea tree oil’s appeal everywhere except in Australia. Tea tree oil started to regain its popularity in 1960, with a recharge in its research around the world. Today, Melaleuca alternifolia is also grown in California.

Magickal Uses:
Tribal stories have been passed down of a magical lagoon into which tea tree leaves had fallen, and where the tribe bathed in the naturally created bath to make use of it’s Magickal powers.

Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia)

Spiritual Properties: Medicinal

Magical Properties: Strength

Tea Tree Essential Oil is a strengthening, medicinal oil. It can be used to treat most all maladies. In fact, it was often used during war times when pharmaceutical medicines were in short supply.

Add a couple of drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil to any tailisman or amulet to encourage strength.

Melaleuca alternifolia

Planet: Moon/Mercury

History and Mythology
Tea Tree oil is relatively new to aromatherapy, but what an impact it has had since its debut. Tea tree is without a doubt one of the most widely used essential oils, and one of the most universally useful as a first aid remedy. A member of the Myrtle family, like Niaouli and Cajuput, it grows in the swampy areas of Australia. It was first discovered by Captain Cook and his crew. However, they were not terribly specific with their name-giving and allocated the same name to several species they came across on the basis that they were all palatable as tea-substitutes. Tea-tree, however, is in no way related to the plant we usually derive our brown brew from. Captain Cook and his crew soon learned the medicinal used of this tree from the Australian aborigines, yet it took several hundred years before this amazing oil became widely used in the West. This is probably because it does not have a particularly pleasant scent. It smells rather medicinal and somewhat harsh, so it never became popular as a perfume oil. However, studies have shown Tea tree to be effective against a wide range of bacteria, viruses and fungal infections, which is why some consider it a first aid chest in a bottle. 

Magical Use:
Tea-tree oil can be used for cleansing and protection. It is particularly useful for warding off the demons of disease and can be used for healing rituals and as a room aroma in a sickroom. It is decongestive and may help to clear energy blockages.

A strong, pungent, medicinal, camphor-like scent. Blends well with Lavender, Clary Sage, Rosemary,Oakmoss, Pine, Geranium, Marjoram, Ravensara, and Clove.

Tea-tree is one of the best first aid oils of aromatherapy. It can be used to fight a variety of bacterial strains, virus infections such as herpes simplex, as well as fungal disease such as candida and athlete's foot. It also stimulates the immune system and thus supports the body's own defences. It is an excellent oil to have around as a preventative during the cold season and can be used as a first line of defence at the slightest sign of micro-organismic attack. It can be applied neat to the skin to treat Herpes and Shingles, insect bites and skin infections. It may also be used for colds and flus and any congestive conditions of the upper respiratory tract. Use with caution.


Melaleuca alternifolia

Planet: Moon/Mercury

History and Mythology
Tea Tree oil is relatively new to aromatherapy, but what an impact it has had since its debut. Tea tree is without a doubt one of the most widely used essential oils, and one of the most universally useful as a first aid remedy. A member of the Myrtle family, like Niaouli and Cajuput, it grows in the swampy areas of Australia. It was first discovered by Captain Cook and his crew. However, they were not terribly specific with their name-giving and allocated the same name to several species they came across on the basis that they were all palatable as tea-substitutes. Tea-tree, however, is in no way related to the plant we usually derive our brown brew from. Captain Cook and his crew soon learned the medicinal used of this tree from the Australian aborigines, yet it took several hundred years before this amazing oil became widely used in the West. This is probably because it does not have a particularly pleasant scent. It smells rather medicinal and somewhat harsh, so it never became popular as a perfume oil. However, studies have shown Tea tree to be effective against a wide range of bacteria, viruses and fungal infections, which is why some consider it a first aid chest in a bottle. 

Magical Use:
Tea-tree oil can be used for cleansing and protection. It is particularly useful for warding off the demons of disease and can be used for healing rituals and as a room aroma in a sickroom. It is decongestive and may help to clear energy blockages.

A strong, pungent, medicinal, camphor-like scent. Blends well with Lavender, Clary Sage, Rosemary,Oakmoss, Pine, Geranium, Marjoram, Ravensara, and Clove.

Tea-tree is one of the best first aid oils of aromatherapy. It can be used to fight a variety of bacterial strains, virus infections such as herpes simplex, as well as fungal disease such as candida and athlete's foot. It also stimulates the immune system and thus supports the body's own defences. It is an excellent oil to have around as a preventative during the cold season and can be used as a first line of defence at the slightest sign of micro-organismic attack. It can be applied neat to the skin to treat Herpes and Shingles, insect bites and skin infections. It may also be used for colds and flus and any congestive conditions of the upper respiratory tract. Use with caution.


We only supply the finest quality essential oils certified for Aromatherapy use. This assures that during the process of extraction, handling and bottling our oils receive all possible care and attention, and that the highest quality and purity is maintained throughout the preparation process.

** Pure essential oils are highly concentrated substances that should always be treated with due respect. Organic oils naturally are the purest oils available.

** Familiarize yourself thoroughly with the properties and uses of each individual oil you intend to use and take note of all cautions.

** Never take essential oils internally! *

** Do not apply essential oils neat (undiluted) to the skin. The recommended Aromatherapy standard dilution is 1 - 3%, though certain oils may be used in higher or lower dilutions. Consider each case individually. 

** Always adhere to recommended safety standards and recommended dilution ratios.

** If you have sensitive skin or are prone to allergies test oil blends on a small area of the inner arm prior to general use. 

** Keep oils out of reach of children and pets.

** Never allow essential oils to enter the eyes.

** If you are pregnant, consult a qualified aromatherapist for suitability and safety of specific oils. Many oils should not be used during pregnancy, some only need to be avoided for the first 3 - 4 months, others may be helpful during labour, but may pose a risk during the months before.

** If you suffer from serious medical conditions such as (but not exclusively) high blood pressure, cancer, thrombosis, varicose veins or epilepsy, consult a qualified aromatherapist for professional advice on recommended oils and dosages.
** We support the notion of people taking responsibility for their own well being. However, if symptoms persist or re-occur or you are suffering from a serious medical condition, or if you are presently taking prescription drugs, we recommend that you consult a qualified doctor or practitioner before attempting to help yourself. Look for a practitioner/doctor who you can trust and who is prepared to work with you in exploring natural health alternatives. 
*...unless you know better.

Essential oils are highly volatile substances that easily deteriorate or simply "fly off" if not stored correctly. Keep essential oils tightly closed and store them away from any sources of heat, in a cool, dark place. 

Healthy Witch~15 Minute Healthy Roasted Chicken and Veggies

 (One Pan)

5.0 from 4 reviews
Prep time: 5 mins
Cook time: 15 mins
Total time: 20 mins
Author: Layla
Serves: 2


2 medium chicken breasts, chopped
1 cup bell pepper, chopped (any colors you like)
½ onion, chopped
1 zucchini, chopped
1 cup broccoli florets
½ cup tomatoes, chopped or plum/grape
2 tablespoons olive oil
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon italian seasoning
¼ teaspoon paprika (optional)


Preheat oven to 500 degree F. 

Chop all the veggies into large pieces. In another cutting board chop the chicken into cubes. 

Place the chicken and veggies in a medium roasting dish or sheet pan. Add the olive oil, salt and pepper, italian seasoning, and paprika. Toss to combine.

Bake for 15 minutes or until the veggies are charred and chicken is cooked. Enjoy with rice, pasta, or a salad.

Total Time20

Knowledge & Maintenance of Your Chakras

Chakras are energy centers located in the human body.  Each individual chakra corresponds to organs and glands in a particular area of the body.  It is believed that they are the store holders of your emotional experiences.  These centers can become clogged or sluggish with the stress and drama of everyday life.  If a center becomes stuck with “gunk” your emotional, mental, and physical well-being will start to suffer.  Think of chakras as rechargeable batteries.  If you continuously recharge them they will function well, but if you let them run out of “juice” they will not function and will take a much longer time to recharge.

In order to clean the chakras, I suggest using a Clear Quartz pendulum.  Although this is my crystal of choice, you can also use Selenite, Optical Calciteor any other clear or white crystal that resonates with you.  To begin with, it is easier to have a partner help you (and both of you can enjoy the experience).  If one is not available you can still use this method, but instead of lying down on your back, you may feel more comfortable sitting up.

Although I suggest crystals to use for each chakra after the cleansing, please feel free to experiment and work with whichever mineral you feel resonates best with your body.  For example, an Amethyst may feel better for the Sacral chakra instead of an orange crystal. Honor your body and use whatever feels right.

To start cleaning the chakras, I suggest starting at the top of the head where the Crown chakra lies.  Take your pendulum and hold it 6 - 12 inches over the energy center.  Let it spin naturally over this chakra.  If you are working on a man, the pendulum may spin clockwise first.  This is fine and for a man this is the direction it spins as it cleans.  For women, it will spin counter-clockwise as it turns round.  After a while, the crystal will change direction.  The reason it changes direction is because, after the crystal cleans the chakra, it then has to replace that energy with fresh energy.  It does this as it spins in the opposite direction.  After it stops spinning, I suggest placing an Amethyst (or Clear Quartz) at the top of the head to help seal in the energy.

The next chakra to work on is the Third Eye chakra, in the center of the forehead.  For this energy center and the ones that follow it, there will be no difference in the direction the pendulum swings for either sex.  It will spin counter-clockwise to take stuff out and the opposite direction to place energy in.  After it stops, I like to enrich this chakra with a piece of Lapis Lazuli or Dumortierite.

The Throat chakra at the base of your throat is the next stop for you pendulum.  Again, it will spin counter-clockwise to take stagnant energy out and spin in the clockwise direction when it puts positive energy in.  Blue Lace Agate and Blue Calcite are great crystals for this energy center.

The energy center that comes next is the Heart chakra and it is in the center of the chest. Let the pendulum spin as it may.  Once the directions shift and it finishes moving, you can place a green stone like Aventurine or Tourmaline.  If you prefer a pink crystal, you can use Morganite orRose Quartz.

The subsequent chakra is the Solar Plexus.  This energy center is in the middle of the abdominal region.  The pendulum can be used once more and after it is done you can place a piece of Amber, Citrine, or Yellow Calcite on this chakra.

The Sacral chakra is the next energy center to be cleaned.  Once the pendulum is done, you can use a Carnelian, Red Tiger Eye, or Red Aventurine to color this energy center.  

The last chakra to be worked on is the Base or Root chakra.  The pendulum is used again and, just like before, it will change direction as it replaces the energy taken out with new clean energy.  I like to use Rubies, Black Tourmaline, Jet, and Red Jasper on this area.

Now that the chakras are done, I suggest waiting 5 -10 minutes to let the energy settle. When the person worked on is ready to get up, you may wish to offer the person grounding food like protein or chocolate to eat.  I suggest drinking lots of water after a chakra cleaning to keep moving toxins out of the energy bodies.

For many of you cleaning the front of the chakras is enough to see a significant difference. For others, you may need to clean the same chakras on the back side of the body.  When doing the back of the body, you would have a person lie down on their stomach or sit up on a backless chair.  The energy centers are found directly opposite of the front ones and you would follow the same process as above.  You can do both sides the same day or on alternate days when in a time crunch.

I suggest doing this routine once a month to keep the chakras running smoothly and functioning well.  If you are under much more stress, you may wish to do this more often. When feeling ill, I recommend cleaning the chakras to help remove any energetic blockages that may be contributing to the physical dis-ease.  Experiment with this method and try different crystals to see what brings you the best results.


Root Chakra Healing – Unblocking and Balancing Your Life Force

The center of manifestation that gives you the energy to succeed, balance, or renew anything in your life – the base or root chakra is known by many names and serves many functions. In essence, it serves as your Life Force energy and is the starting point for any complete chakra balancing and unblocking effort. Located at the base of your spine behind the pubic bone, this chakra is called Muladhara in Sanskrit and is the source of Kundalini Energy. Root chakra healing provides us with the ability to ground with the earth plane, hear the messages of the universe, and it also governs sexual vitality and promotes focus. You may not know that root chakra healing is even necessary or recognized that it is blocked or unbalanced due to all the negative energies we face daily, but if you really listen to your mind/body/soul connection, you may recognize some of these physical and emotional symptoms of a blocked or unbalanced base chakra.

Emotional and Physical Symptoms of  a Blocked Root Chakra

Emotionally, when a root chakra healing is necessary you may not feel especially clarified in your mind, your true desires, goals, or feel much direction or motivation in your life. You may feel very disconnected with the universe and everything around you in your physical world including your loved ones and closest friends. Feelings of fear and a lack of control may be common, and many in need of a root chakra healing may be resistant to change and choose to fulfill their emotional void through obtaining excess material possessions – or the polar opposite experience of not caring about them anymore.  When any of theSeven Chakras vibrate at a low resonance, their ‘flow’ becomes blocked and allows physical symptoms to manifest as the auric communications are hampered. Physical symptoms that you need a root chakra healing and balancing will manifest over time and worsen if not cleared and balanced. Some of the most common physical symptoms of a blocked base chakra include:

Fatigue / Depression
Blood Pressure Problems
Digestive Issues
Sexual Dysfunction
Chronic Pain or Discomfort in Legs, Hips, and Lower Back

Awaken Your Auric Fields with Root Chakra Healing [root chakra healing]

There are a number of ways to unblock the chakras including through professional Ayurvedic chakra clearing and balancing, or through your personal efforts at home or in a group setting with meditation and stone therapy. Yoga and music or color therapy (particularly with the color red) can prove to be powerful healing tools to bring you back into a state of balance and higher vibrations.  Once the base chakra is balanced, you will feel a greater sense of stability, connected and grounded with Mother Earth, and life’s uncertainties may seem less daunting. Beyond the emotional and spiritual benefits of chakra balancing, many feel relief from the physical effects as the vital communication between the auric fields improves. The base chakra is esoterically perceived as red and is the color you would want to wear or envision during your efforts to heal this field. Red is an ideal color to heal the survival chakra because it is through this center that we feel fear or anger when threatened. Red is the color of vitality and boasts the longest wavelengths of any within the electromagnetic spectrum making it powerful for root chakra healing.

Stones Recommended for Balancing and Root Chakra Healing: Reds, Brown, Black

Stones like Red Jasper furnish sustenance for one’s physical body and bring about energy, enthusiasm, interest, passion, and feelings of security. Rose-red is the hue of universal harmony, and rose quartz, garnets, rubies, and coral are also used to heal the root chakra. Other healing hues are black stones like Black Hematite and brown stones, which also resonate highly with this Earth bound chakra. Crystals and stones such as our Quantum LightShield Infused Amulets are sources of vibrations that can help activate, energize, balance, and unblock the chakras. As these stone’s energies harmonize and resonate with yours, your aura begins to clear the chakras begin to balance and restore your mind/body/spirit connection. These tools grow in power when utilized during meditational states and for well-intentioned healing – discover your higher vibrations with this combination of primitive and modern technology.


First Chakra - Kundalini or Root Chakra or Base Chakra

The first chakra is known as a the Kundalini chakra, the root chakra or base chakra. It is situated at the base of or tail end of the spine. It is represented by the red Maladhara mandala (root support), the element of fire and it is also symbolised by a snake or a dragon. The first chakra is the foundation of the physical body; it stimulates vital forces throughout our body and assists in keeping us grounded to the earth. It influences our immune system, our energy, basic impulses, instincts, endurance and fight or flight reactions. This chakra is the base of the six other Chakras and it deals with the body's survival including food, shelter and protection. Relationships in our early life influence the wellbeing of this chakra. It helps to activate our energy and stimulates activity, exercise, action and vitality, if these early relationships were easy going and of good quality, later survival issues will be easy. If there was damage to this chakra caused in early life that has not been healed then there will be problems encountered in day to day life that prevent us from moving on though our development. The root chakra is relevant to achievements in the material world, permanence, strength of character, patience, endurance and safety.
When this chakra is balanced we feel healthy, alive free, optimistic, happy, steady and full of vitality. If the root chakra has too much energy flowing through it, this could cause selfishness, greed, an over powering manner, irritation, aggression and sadism. If there is too little energy flowing through it, this possibly will cause anxiety, lack of confidence, and a lack of ability to complete things. There may also be a leaning towards feeling unloved and masochistic. If this chakra is not working properly it negatively influence the legs, bones, adrenal glands, colon, kidneys and spinal column.
Unblocking & balancing aids to help realign the first, Kundalini or root chakra - We can help to balance this chakra by cooking and cleaning in the home, sitting on the ground, walking barefoot and dancing.

Kundalini ~ Root Chakra or Base Chakra (1st)

Related Herbs - Ashwangandha (Withanaia Somnifera, Physalis Flexuosa) and Haritaki Myrobalan (Terminalia Chebula, Terminalia Reticulata)
Related Incense - Cedar
Related Glands - Adrenal
Related Musical Note - C
Vowel Sound - U (you)
Element - Earth
Sence - Smell
Astrological Signs - All

Crystals – Agate, Bloodstone, hematite, garnet, ruby and red jasper

Second Chakra - Sacral Plexus

The second chakra is known as the sacral plexus chakra spleen chakra or sexual chakra. It is situated in the lower abdomen behind and approximately two inches from the belly button, in the area of the womb. The chakra is represented by the orange Svadhistthana mandala (ones own place), the element of water and it is also symbolised by a fish. It is the source of creativity and inspiration. The second chakra is the foundation of the emotional body, it influences our ability to feel emotions, sensations and atmospheres, and controls our ability to let go of our emotions. The second chakra influences our sexuality and sensuality, physical force, sexual and ardent love, open-mindedness, our ability to yield and cooperating amicably with other people. This chakra physically influences the lower abdomen, spleen, liver, bladder, kidneys, sexual organs, reproduction and fertility. When the sacral plexus chakra is performing correctly, the person will feel healthy, open, friendly, imaginative and creative which helps us to focus on our objectives. The person will have concerns for others as it promotes tolerance and patience which in turn helps us to relate with others in a positive manner. When this chakra is balanced it encourages intuition, a good frame of mind, energy and success. It helps you to learn from our experiences whether they be successes or failures providing us with the focus we need for our ambitions.
If this chakra is not working properly it cause negative influences in the physical, this is seen in the form of emotional problems or sexual guilt, and excesses in food, sex and drugs. If this chakra is not working properly it creates negative influences in the physical this is seen in the form of bladder infections, impotence or frigidity and problems with the reproductive organs and fertility. If this chakra has too much energy moving through it, we may become self-centred and too ambitious, jealous, distrusting and cold. If too little energy is flowing then we may become shy, hyper-sensitive, untrusting, confused, uncertain, with a growing feeling of aimlessness to our life.
Unblocking & balancing aids to help realign the second or sacral plexus chakra - We can help to balance this chakra by dancing, laughing and having a good time with our friends.

Sacral Plexus ~ Second Chakra (2nd)

Related Herbs - Coriander (Coriandrum Sativum) and Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare)
Related Incense - Orris Root, Gardenia, Damiana
Related Glands - Gonads
Related Musical Note - D
Vowel sound – o (home)
Chakra Element – Water
Sense - Taste
Astrological Signs - All
Crystals – Carnelian, coral, gold, calcite, amber, citrine, gold topaz, peach aventurine and moonstone

[Solar Plexus ~ Third Chakra (3rd)] Third Chakra - Solar Plexus

The third chakra is situated at the base of the rib cage. This chakra is represented by the yellow Manipura mandala (jewel city) and is also symbolised by birds. It is the foundation of the metal body, and it enables us to pick up vibrations and essences from people, places and things, it also involves personal power, energy and self-control, emotional issues and issues of self-acceptance. This chakra physically influences muscles, stomach, digestion, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, metabolism and the nervous system.
When the third chakra is balanced it brings the capacity to accomplish that which we want and allows us to relax and enjoy these accomplishments. We are able to successfully wield our own power and will which attracts prosperity and balance in turn allowing us to feel safe and secure. We are more disciplined and better able to organise, able to deal with changes and see that they lead to new and better things. Life seems better and we are able to concentrate on learning.
A lack of balance in the third chakra may be due to a lack of balance in the first two Chakras. If this chakra is not working properly it is inclined to create negative influences in the physical this can be seen in the form of ulcers, digestive problems or liver and pancreas complaints, it can lead to anger and frustration, as well as problems dealing with power and authority. Anger is the product of to much self-power, everything feels like an up hill struggle which is full of conflicts. Frustration is the product of to little self-power everything feels to demanding and others place too many demands on us.
Being aware of an imbalance of the third chakra is very important because it highlights our understanding of our own inner workings. This allows us to look within and reclaim the balance, our own power, allowing us to move forward with self-confidence.
Unblocking & balancing aids to help realign the third or Solar Plexus chakra - We can help to balance this chakra by - If you like what we do here then please join us Learn More about Chakras and help support our site by Joining Mystic Familiar here

Solar Plexus ~ Third Chakra (3rd)

Related Herbs - Goldenseal (Hydrastis Canadensis) and Lemon balm (Melissa Officinalis)
Related Incense - Carnation, Cinnamon and Marigold
Related Glands - Liver, Spleen, Gallbladder
Related Musical Note - E
Vowel sound – o (top)
Chakra Element – Fire
Sense – Sight
Astrological Signs - All
Crystals - Citrine, gold topaz, amber, tiger eye, gold calcite and gold


[Heart Chakra ~ Fourth Chakra (4th)] Fourth Chakra - Heart

The fourth chakra is situated in the centre of the chest around the area of the heart. This chakra is represented by the green Anahata Mandala (un-struck sound) and is symbolised by four legged mammals. The lower three Chakras relate to personal energy and the higher three Chakras relate to the self within the collective conscious of higher guidance the fourth chakra is the place where these other six Chakras converge it is the foundation of the astral body the connection between our physical and our spiritual body, it is driven by love. It influences forgiveness, compassion, empathy, trust, equilibrium and ease with our life. It helps us to get in touch with nature and connects us to the plant world. This chakra physically influences the lungs, thymus, circulation, the endocrine and immune systems.
When the heart chakra is balanced and in harmony with the lower and upper Chakras, we are able to strike the balance which allows for unconditional love, allowing us to help others. We feel at peace with ourselves and the world around us. It aids in rejuvenation, rebirth, success, growth, prosperity, development and rebirth, bringing balance to all parts of ourselves, in turn this helps us to help others, and we become a humanitarian.
A lack of balance in the fourth chakra can be due to a lack of balance in the first three Chakras. If this chakra is not working properly it can create negative influences in the physical this can be seen in the form of circulatory, lung or heart problems. Problems with this chakra can cause us to become unstable and also emotionally unstable, this can cause us to play the martyr or become obsessed, or to feel, unloved, suspicious and also cause us to repress things.
Unblocking & Balancing aids to help realign the fourth or throat chakra 

Heart Chakra ~ Fourth Chakra (4th)

Related Herbs - Saffron (Crocus Sativus, Crocus Saffron) and Rue (Ruta Graveolens).
Related Incense - Lavender, Jasmine, Orris Root, Yarrow, Marjoram and Meadowsweet
Related Glands - Thymus
Related Musical Note - F
Vowel sound – a (far)
Element – Air
Sense – Touch
Astrological Signs - Gemini, Libra, Aquarius
Crystals - Emerald, green and pink tourmaline, malachite, green jade, green aventurine, chrysoprase, kunzite, rose quartz, ruby, fluorite and moldavite

[Throat Chakra ~ Fifth Chakra (5th)] Fifth Chakra - Throat

The fifth chakra is situated at the base of the neck in the throat. This chakra is represented by the blue Vishuddha mandala (purity), the element of ether and is also symbolised by the human race. It influences communication, dreaming, artistic expression, good judgment, self belief, wisdom, truthfulness, out of body experiences and clairaudience. Physically it influences the mouth, teeth, throat, thyroid gland and the immune system.
When the fifth chakra is balanced, it allows for free communication helping us to fell centred and happy. It also helps us while we are meditating to connect with our higher guidance.
If this chakra is not working properly it can create negative influences in the physical this can be seen in the form of sore throats, communication problems, earaches or infections, chronic colds, thyroid problems, speech difficulties, chronic tiredness and depression, it can also lead to control of others through deceit and dishonesty, It the energy flow is too great it can make us inflexible, dominating, egotistical, bigheaded, causing us to have a self righteous attitude. A lack of energy can cause us to be nervous and frightened causing introversion, and tending to keep our thoughts and our self to our self, also opposing any kind of change.
Unblocking & balancing aids to help realign the fifth or throat chakra - We can help to balance this chakra by listening to good music, singing, chanting, going for walks, looking at the sky, watching our breath and meditating outside. Bringing balance to this chakra unlocks the energy flow to the other Chakras.

Throat Chakra ~ Fifth Chakra (5th)

Related Herbs - Cloves (Caryophyllus Aromaticus, Syzygium Aromaticum, Eugenia Caryiphyllate) and Vervain (Verbena Officinalis)
Related Incense - Frankincense and Benzion
Related Glands - Thyroid
Related Musical Note - G
Vowel sound – e (let)
Element – Ether & Earth
Sense – Sound
Astrological Signs - Taurus, Capricorn, Virgo
Crystals - Turquoise, chrysocolla, chalcedony, blue sapphire, celestite, blue topaz, sodalite, lapis lazuli, aquamarine, azurite and kyanite

[Third Eye Chakra or Brow Chakra ~ Sixth Chakra (6th)] Sixth Chakra - Third Eye or Brow Chakra

The sixth chakra is known as the third eye chakra it is situated in the middle of the forehead linking the eyebrows. This Chakra is represented by the indigo Ajna mandala (command centre), the element of the mind, electricity and light and it is also symbolised by spirit. The third eye chakra influences our capacity to see things that are yet to come into being or clairvoyance it is the foundation of our psychic powers. When the sixth chakra is balanced we are able to see auras and spirit guides which help us to look into the past and see into the future. We are able to link into our intuition, imagination, visualize, concentrate, have insight, enlightenment and a finely tuned awareness; it also defines fantasy and reality. This chakra physically influences the eyes, vision, nose, central nervous system, brain and pituitary gland.
When the third eye chakra is balanced we feel in control of our lives and have the courage to do what we want. We are confident in our own abilities and have no need to look to others to feel whole. Our mental abilities and our sixth sense are working well.
If this chakra is not working properly it can create negative influences in the physical this can be seen in the form of visual and sinus problems, headaches and nightmares, it can also lead to lack of clarity or over analysing circumstances. If the energy flow is too great it can cause a lack of concentration, headaches, making us confused, causes spiritual fatigue, psychological problems or panic attacks and depression. When there is a lack of energy it can cause us to be disorderly, unassertive, frightened of achieving, too sensitive to the feelings of others and unaware of what comes from the self or from our highest guidance.
Unblocking & balancing aids to help realign the sixth or third eye chakra chakra - We can help to balance this chakra by laying flat and placing a crystal over the third eye. Visualizing an indigo light or flame whilst meditating can also help rebalance this chakra.

Third Eye Chakra or Brow Chakra ~ Sixth Chakra (6th)

Related Herbs - Sandalwood (Santalum Album) and Elecampane (Inula Helenium)
Related Foods and Plants - echinacea, eggplant, ginseng
Related Aromatherapy - Gardenia, Lavender, Rosemary
Related Incense - Mugwort, Star Anise, Saffron and Acacia
Related Glands - Pituitary
Related Musical Note - A
Vowel sound – e (me)
Element – Light & Water
Sense – intuitiveness or ESP
Astrological Signs - Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces

Crystals - Lapis lazuli, azurite, fluorite, sodalite, quartz crystal, sapphire and indicolite tourmaline

Seventh Chakra - Crown Chakra

The seventh chakra is know as the crown chakra and is situated on the top of the head or crown area. This chakra is represented by the colours violet or white Sahasara mandala and is also symbolised by sacred spirits. The seventh chakra is the foundation of our spiritual body and links us to the highest guidance, the creation. It influences spiritual will, inspiration, idealism and celestial knowledge it is our connection with the universe. This chakra physically influences the cerebral cortex, cerebrum, central nervous system, glands and the pineal gland, pituitary gland and hormones related to them.
When the crown chakra is balanced we are released from ego driven desires, we are able to trust in our highest guidance and know that we are guided in all that we do.
If this chakra is not working properly we will still be guided but this guidance will probably be ego influenced rather than from our highest guidance this can cause us to become unsure of our self's, reducing our self confidence and creating fear and anxiety. It can create negative influences in the physical this can be seen in the form of apathy and problems with the understanding and retention of knowledge. Physical problems which may occur are headaches, worry, anxiety, immune disorders, metal and cognitive problems.
When open this chakra feels as if there is a small amount of pressure, pulling or tugging at the crown of the head. The seventh chakra balance is affected by the balance of the previous six Chakras.
Unblocking & balancing aids to help realign the seventh of crown chakra - We can help to balance this chakra by spending quite time in mediation and connect with your inner self, higher self, spirit guides, the source, whichever works best for yourself and whatever path you walk is the right way for you. Ask in quite contemplation for guidance in matters you require answers for. Your answer may come to you immediately or may come later as an Aha moment. Try to set aside time regularly to do this and in time this will become common practice to you and answers will flow freely to you. Practice makes perfect.

Crown Chakra ~ Seventh Chakra (7th)

Related Herbs - Gotu Kola (Centella Asiatica) and Nutmeg (Myristica Fragrans).
Related Foods and Plants - Blackberry, Dark Blue Grapes and Garlic.
Related Aromatherapy - Cinnamon, Clove and Peppermint.
Related Incense - Lotus and Gotu Kola
Related Glands - Pineal
Related Musical Note - B
Vowel sound – ohm
Element – Thought & Fire
Sense - Will
Astrological Signs - Aries, Leo, Sagittarius

Crystals - Amethyst, alexandrite, purple fluorite, sugilite, quartz crystal, diamond and selenite

Skinny Witch~Chicken Cordon Bleu

Servings: 6 • Serving Size: 2 pieces • Points +: 8 pts • Smart Points: 6
Calories: 378 • Fat: 10 g • Protein: 55 g • Carbs: 8 g • Fiber: 0.5 g • Sugar: 1 g
Sodium: 813 mg (without salt)


cooking spray
12 thin sliced (36 oz total) skinless boneless chicken breasts, 3 oz each
salt and fresh cracked pepper
1 large egg
2 large egg whites
1 tbsp water
1/2 cup seasoned breadcrumbs
1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
5 oz (6 slices) thinly sliced lean deli ham, sliced in half
6 slices (4.4 oz) Sargento reduced fat Swiss cheese, cut in half


Preheat oven to 450°. Spray a large non-stick baking sheet with cooking spray.

Wash and dry the chicken cutlets; lightly pound the chicken to make thinner and lightly season with salt and black pepper.

Lay the chicken on a working surface and place a slice of ham on top of the chicken, then the cheese and roll, setting them aside seam side down.

In a medium bowl, whisk eggs and egg whites along with water to make an egg wash.

In another medium bowl, combine breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese.

Dip the chicken into the egg wash, then into the breadcrumbs.

Place chicken onto the baking sheet seem side down. Spray the top of the chicken with more cooking spray and bake about 25 minutes, or until until cooked.

Makes 12.


Spirit Animal Mini Class Rm Curriculum

Welcome to Spirit Totem Animals!

This is a mini introductory four week course just to get you acquainted with what they are and who they are. From this class there will be main core courses in this area of the craft required for a "Druidry Certificate". The programs here can be long, hard and grueling as your instructors challenge you to be the best crafter you can be.... are you ready? If so let the journey begin!

Summer Class Course:

Registration begins June 27th - July 17th, 2016

Course is $80.00 non-refundable once registered.

Class begins on Monday July 18th, 2016

Dreamcatcher Project Materials:

·        some feather

·        some beads

·        needle and thread

·        a bracelet or anything circle, metal, vine, plastic…. I prefer vine.

·        a thicker thread

Find what you can during this journey as fare as feathers, shells, beeds,and bone.
*if you are wondering the bracelet that I used was 7 cm wide and the thread that I used to wrap around was 160 cm.


Week #1

Introduction, Paths & Animals:


Week #2

pg 39-59

Week #3

pg 60-79

week #4

pg 80-96

Summary Assignment for final!



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Institution of Magick School

Elder Airwolf~Founder/Owner

Spirit Animals Introduction

A totem is a spirit being, sacred object, or symbol of a tribe, clan, family or individual. Native American tradition provides that each individual is connected with nine different animals that will accompany each person through life, acting as guides. Different animal guides, also called spirit guides and/or power animals, come in and out of our lives depending on the direction that we are headed and the tasks that need to be completed along our journey.


Native beliefs further explain that a totem animal is one that is with you for life, both in the physical and spiritual world. Though people may identify with different animal guides throughout their lifetimes, it is this one totem animal that acts as the main guardian spirit.


With this one animal a connection is shared, either through interest in the animal, characteristics, dreams, or other interaction.


This Animal Guide offers power and wisdom to the individual when they "communicate” with it, conveying their respect and trust. This does not necessarily mean that you actually pet or spend time with this animal, more that you are open to learning its lessons.


For some, knowing what is their totem animal is almost an innate process. It’s as if they’ve always known, inexplicably drawn to the animal or having a special feeling for the animal’s energy. For others, they wonder how to tell what their animal totem is.


Here are some questions to ask yourself if you’re wondering what your animal totem is:

Have you ever felt drawn to one animal or another without being able to explain why? This could be any type of living creature, including birds and insects.

Does a certain kind of animal consistently appear in your life? This doesn’t necessarily have to be a physical appearance, it could be represented in other ways, such as receiving card and letters with the same animal pictured over and over, unexplainable dreams of a particular animal, watching television and seeing the same animal featured time and time again, or, actually having the animal show up.

When you go to the zoo, a park, wildlife area, or forest, what are you most interested in seeing?

Are there any animals that you find to be extremely frightening or intriguing?

Is there a particular animal that you see frequently when you’re out in nature?

Have you ever been bitten or attacked by an animal?

Have you ever had a recurring dream about a certain animal, or a dream from childhood that you have never been able to forget?

Are you drawn to figurines or paintings of a specific animal?

If you still need more help ask the Universe for a dream or a vision to see if anything comes up. Also ask the animal to show itself to you and pay attention to what you begin to see from all sources -- television, books, billboards -- it doesn't have to be the actual animal. Does one animal begin to appear frequently?


One thing to remember is that you cannot choose your totem spirit, rather it chooses or has already chosen you. The Spirit chooses you and they decide to whom they will reveal themselves. Much of the process of identifying your spirit animal is paying attention to both your past and your present. It is a process of developing your inner knowledge and spiritual understanding.


The totem itself is a symbol that represents this animal. This could be any number of items - a crest, a totem pole, an emblem, a small figurine, and engraved or painted stone, or anything else that depicts your animal guide.

Summer Class Course:

Required book & materials;

Book-Spirit Animals by Stefanie Iris Weiss


·        some feather

·        some beads

·        needle and thread

·        a bracelet or anything circle, metal, vine, plastic…. I prefer vine.

·        a thicker thread

*if you are wondering the bracelet that I used was 7 cm wide and the thread that I used to wrap around was 160 cm.

Find what you can during this journey as fare as feathers, shells, beads,and bone.

Registeration begins June 27th - July 17th, 2016

Course is $80.00 non refunable once registered.

Class begins on Monday July 18th, 2016


~Elder Airwolf~



Copyright ©06232016

Legion of Pagans Spiritual Ministry

Institution of Magick School

Elder Airwolf~Founder/Owner

Introduction to Elemental Magick

Elemental magick comprises of spells which use the power of the elements: Fire, Water, Earth, Air and Spirit. There are many spells that are worked using these powers. Here are some examples of simple magick that beginners can attempt:

Elemental spirits of fire are known as salamanders. These are not to be confused with the species of lizards by the same name. Salamanders, which are spirits, are not easily controlled. The fragrance of ambra, the scent of Ambergris, is knows to attract the lure the fire elementals. They are also known to like the aroma of tobacco. To do a simple Fire spell, just use a lit cigar or cigarette as incense while you call the fire spirits to help you with any desires. 

Later, when you get really good at spell working, try more difficult spells such as moving a flame or putting it out using only the power of your mind.

Elemental spirits of the air are known as Sylphs. They are believed to be very volatile by nature and not easily placated. To perform an Air spell, get a ritual broom (or make a broom using natural tree branches instead). Toss the broom upwards in the air while chanting your desires aloud. 

Another Earth elemental
 spell involves writing down your desires on paper or a leaf and blowing it into the air while visualizing them coming true.

Elemental water spirits are known as Undines. They are believed to be sort of a water fairy of a nymph and some people believe that they look like mermaids. For a simple spell, get an anachitis gemstone in your hand to summon these elementals. Get another stone synochitis to keep them under control. Once they have completed your mission, thank them and ask them to leave in peace. 

If you prefer to communicate with the water spirits in your sleep, just place the Anachitis and Synochitis crystals on the altar and sleep in the same room. At night, the Undines will appear and communicate with you through your dreams. As soon as you wake up, write down everything you remember about your dreams.

Elemental Earth spirits are found in anything that is grown on Earth. Herbs are an example of power bearing Earth resources. Use green herbs to attract money into your life. Grow plants such as basil and mint in your homes to invoke the power of the Earth. Use only nature made items in your home to celebrate a "down to Earth" attitude and lifestyle. Learn to grow your own vegetables or fruits and see how the Earth feeds you and keeps you healthy.



Wiccan Magick is based on the four elements...Fire, Air, Water and Earth.
These four Elements correspond to the four directions of our physical world, the four quarters of the universe, the four winds, and most importantly the four quarters of the magical circle. Fire and Air are considered male energies....Water and Earth female. The four Elements are forces and energies that make up the universe and everything in it. They also possess form as well as force. In Wiccan Magick each Element is associated with a color. Modern day Wiccans use the following colors: east - yellow; south - red; west - blue; north - green.



Fire represents passion, enthusiasm, desire and courage, force, lust, fertility and virility, initiative and rejuvenation. It represents both light and heat. The light of intelligence and the courage to follow it. A low fire person is usually cold, slow to act, without enthusiasm for life or himself. A high fire person is bold, dramatic and passionate in all areas within himself, however this person must be careful as fire can destroy everything in it's path. Fire magick can bring on the new, bring on courage and passion and destroy the old. 

It's feelings are hot and dry, it's season is Summer and direction is South/Energy. It's symbol is the Athame/Sword, Candle and the Burner; it's colors are Reds, Oranges and Golds. The moon phase is the second quarter and it's time is high Noon. 

The different types of Fire Magick are Bonfire Magick, which usually involves burning something such as an herb or flower, or a piece of paper or petition on which you have written your desire. It is used for banishing, ridding or destroying negative influences in your life. 

Another is Candle Magick, a simple, easy and useful method in bringing about your desires. A color for the candle is chosen and can also include the correct scent in relation to your desire and lit sometimes for up to seven days. This type of Fire Magick is usually for any type of desire. 

Another is Sun Magick. Using the Sun in our desires is a beautiful way in which to enhance new beginnings in love, health, work and home, awaken subtle powers and aid in attraction desires. 



Air represents mental activity, thoughts, reason and intellect, memory, knowledge, persuasion, birth and friendship, freedom, clarification and expression. A low Air person seems without any direction and unable to define or visualize any future and can not reason out the alternatives and objectives. A high Air person is at ease in complex situations and can sit and think things through, and can carry through with decisions. 

It's feelings are moist heat, it's season is Spring, it's direction is East/Mental, the symbol is the Wand, Athame, or the smoke of the incense. It's colors are White, Lt Blues, Yellows and Green. Moon phase is the first quarter and it's time is Dawn. 

Different types of Air Magick include Visualizations. An important tool in any magick work, it makes the events happen. For this type, it is important that all the other factors such as color, time, the moon phase, winds, etc. are all in balance. And to have the other tools working such as incense and candle burning, or even the right tea or wine to drink in the background. This is because you need to "fix" or "ground" the images or ideas you are using in your visualization. 

As our thoughts are extremely powerful, as are our Words. Words can be put together in such a way as to form spells, or used in channeling your power. Words give rise to our desires and can be released upon the winds for attainment. Created and repeated with intensity and concentration the spoken word is a powerful magick in itself. You do not have to be an accomplished linguist, just a simple sentence will do. It creates an atmosphere of concentrated awareness and strength. Words can be used in moments of stress and fear, and will create the magick itself. It does not have to be said aloud, say them to yourself if need or want be. 

Another Air Magick is Mirror Magick. It can help in overcoming inner problems and also help with difficult personal decisions. It uses both the Word and Visualization forms and can also aid in being able to visualize a future event. Sometimes, used as a Scrying Tool, in which you are able to "see" possible future events. 



Ah water, the symbol of our emotions. Water imbibes all life forms and in us we flow with the "tide" of our feelings. It involves intuition, insight, conception and pregnancy, fertility, the womb, health, beauty and divination. A low water person would appear as a cold calculating one, one who is indifferemt and unresponsive. On the other hand, a high water person may seem as though at the slightest touch the well is opened and can be over emotional and over dramatic in all areas of life. A good balance of water here is needed to keep the flow running smoothly. 

Its feelings are cold moisture, its season is Fall, direction is West/ Emotion and its colors are Blue, Light Grays, Sea Greens and Whites.The symbols are the cup or chalice. The Moon phase is the Full Moon and its time is Dusk. 

Some Water Magick can involve the use of the beach and its sand, shells, animals and seawater. Especially good for love spells and too, when you need to "get a grip" or clarify your own emotions. The use of shells in the practice is widely used. These can hold appropriate herbs or be used as a symbol of Water Magick. 

One old tradition is using that of well water. A lot of gems and stones are exposed to this for a period of time and used at night, in full moon or the waxing phases, for Water Magick. Be careful though to know your stones, as some do not react well in water for long periods of time. This type of magick can give you insights to how others think of you, what others are doing and how well they are and to find the truth within yourself. Be careful when using this type also, if there is an intent of maliciousness or control of another, all you will get is a reflection back unto yourself. 

Water spells can involve the use of Scrying bowls. This is a bowl of clear or colored water in which you are able to "see" the future and future events or get a clear direction on decisions. Widely used in certain meditations and visualizations. 



Finally we come to the Element of Earth. The source and provider of all our needs. Represents sensations, decay, patience, stability, strength, health, warmth and comfort, animals and animal instincts, farming and physical labor. 

Its feeling is dry and cold, its season is Winter, its colors are Browns, Blacks, Purples and some Greens. Its symbol is the Pentacle or Rice, Salt or grain in a brass or terra cotta bowl or a Stone. Its Moon phase is the Fourth Quarter and its favored time is Midnight. A high Earth person seems a practical sort and quite "down to earth". A hard worker, stable and a good provider. Can be a little too stubborn sometimes however. A low Earth person can seem confused, insecure and alone, unable to feel wanted and the work may be affected. 

Earth Magick can involve the use of herbs and plants. Using the correct herb to attain your desire along with the other tools can be very effective. Burying something and making some offerings to the Earth such as planting trees is a form of Earth Magick. Using your gems or crystals and burying them in the Earth under the appropriate tree while making your wish is also effective. 

Another type which is considered Earth Magick is any type of routine magick. Anything you do on a routine basis can be used as a magickal vehicle. While performing something you do at the same time everyday, prepare yourself and use this period for clarity on a subject, figure the best course of action in a situation or to find just where you are in the course of your life. 


Welcome all students to your After Class Chat Room.!


I have developed this room specifically for students of the Legion of Pagans to continue your connections with your student class mates. It is a vital part of pagan bonding much like a coven to continue these relationships for support, strength, guidance, and growth. 

~Elder Airwolf~


Legion Administration


How to Stop Absorbing Other People's Emotions


Reflect on whether you’re a highly sensitive person. A highly sensitive person (HSP) is easily excited and emotional. Some of the central characteristics of an HSP are:

Sensory detail: You have an appreciation for details that your five senses notice: fabrics that feel delicate, deep colors, rich sounds, and so on.
Nuances in meaning: You understand hidden meanings and don’t rush into decision-making.
Emotional awareness: You are attuned to your emotional health, and have the potential to take better care of yourself because of this awareness.
Creativity: You are likely very creative yet introverted.
Greater empathy: You are very sensitive to other people’s emotions.


Determine if you’re an “empath.” An empath is someone who is especially sensitive to other people’s emotions in general, and much more so than most people. All empaths are HSPs, but not all HSPs are empaths.The following are signs that you might be an empath:

You sense fear, anxiety, and stress from other people. You draw these feelings into your body, resolving them as your own physical pain and symptoms. It doesn't have to be people you don't know or don't like. You're also impacted by friends, family, and colleagues.
You quickly feel exhausted, drained, and unhappy in the presence of crowds.
Noise, smells, and excessive talking can set off your nerves and anxiety.
You need to be alone to recharge your energy.
You're less likely to intellectualize what you're feeling. Your feelings are easily hurt.
You're naturally giving, generous, spiritually inclined, and a good listener.
You tend to ensure that you've got an escape plan, so that you can get away fast, such as bringing your own car to events, etc.
The intimacy of close relationships can feel like suffocation or loss of your own self.


Identify when you’re most susceptible to absorbing others’ emotions. Not everyone is affected by other people to the same extent, or even in necessarily similar ways. But everyone certainly has moments when their emotions are influenced by others around them. Try to learn in which type of situations this happens most for you.

Keep track of how you feel when you’re around other people. Also, take note of the emotions that come up the most often. Are your emotions influenced when you are around someone you are trying to impress? Are they influenced by someone who intimidates you? Do you feel overwhelmed when you’re in a crowd?



Recognize people who bring you down. People who are particularly difficult for emotional empaths include criticizers, victims, narcissists, and controllers. These people are often termed "emotional vampires."

Assess the people around you. Are there people who criticize you a lot? Do they try to manipulate you? Do they constantly talk about themselves? Do they ever ask about how you’re doing? 
When you know how to spot these behaviors, you can protect yourself against them. This includes removing yourself from their presence and telling yourself, "I respect who this person is within even though I don't like what he’s doing.


Setting Boundaries with Others

Determine what your needs and values are. Figure out what you really need and what you won’t compromise on. These are your most valued priorities and non-negotiable things, such as your health, your children and so on. Once you establish what you absolutely need to live peacefully, then you can start to establish boundaries.

The flipside is to determine where you’re flexible. What are you willing to compromise on, reduce or give up?


Express your needs to your loved ones. When you need to get some space in order to process your own feelings and decompress, tell your loved ones. Communicating your own needs will help your partner, for example, understand why you are pulling away briefly. When this person understands your motivations, your relationship can strengthen while you get the space you need.

Plan how you will respond to difficult situations. When you are confronted with a difficult situation, you may find yourself relaxing your boundaries too much. If you plan out your response in advance, you’ll be able to hold the line better.

For example, how will you respond when a friend needs an ear to listen to complaints about work?You might say, “I am happy to hear about your work situation, but I only have 10 minutes to talk today.” Then stick to that 10 minutes.
In another example, say you have a coworker who always leaves projects to the last minute, and you pick up the slack to minimize their stress. You might establish a boundary by saying, “I have my own work to complete at this time. I’m sorry, but I can’t help you right now.”


Set time limits. Knowing how much you can stand and obeying that limit is vital to ensure your mental well-being. Set kind but meaningful boundaries with others who overwhelm you.

For example, don't stand around listening to someone talk for two hours when you can only cope with 30 minutes. Make your excuses and leave the situation.


Creating Space for Yourself


Learn how to rely on yourself. Get to know your own emotions, feelings, wants and needs. Assert yourself with others so that you can get what you need to be happy and fulfilled. If you constantly rely on others to determine how you feel or how you should act, you tend to adopt their emotions and reactions. Instead, prioritize your needs and wants by learning to act on your own.

Don’t wait to ask permission of other people to act. You can make your own decisions without asking someone else for approval. Start with small decisions. Don’t ask someone if a piece of clothing looks good on you before you buy it. Just buy it if you like it. Gradually make larger decisions without other people’s input. This will build your self-confidence and will create space for your own feelings and needs to shine through.
Ensure that you don't have to rely on other people to get you out of difficult situations. Bring your own car or know how to get home easily when needed.Have enough money to be able to make alternate arrangements if you start feeling overwhelmed.

Create your own private place in a home shared with others. Ask others to respect your downtime during which you can rejuvenate. Set up a space for yourself for when you need to remove yourself from situations or when you feel more vulnerable, such as when you’re tired. This is especially important to prevent you from taking on your partner's feelings too much. Find a place that you associate with peace and tranquility.

Keep a picture of a waterfall or a lush forest with you and look at it when overwhelmed.


Give yourself physical space when you’re in public. Having physical space when you’re in a crowd, for example, can help you find a bit of emotional space. When there is a lot of people around, find places of refuge, such as sitting on the edges or standing apart.

If you are an HSP and you are extra sensitive to your surroundings, make a conscious effort to choose locations that give you emotional space. For example, when you’re at a restaurant, sit at a table where you can sit with your back up against the wall. Don’t sit at a table in the middle, near the bathrooms, or near the garbage.


Develop a sense of inner peace. Learn to center yourself in distressing situations by concentrating on your breath or imagining a place that makes you happy. This can be a great tool to use when you sense yourself becoming absorbed by other people’s emotions. For a few minutes, keep exhaling negativity, inhaling calm. This helps to ground yourself and purify fear or other difficult emotions.

Visualize negativity as gray fog lifting from your body, and hope as golden light entering. This can yield quick results.
Try yoga and breathing techniques. These practices draw upon emotional centering and provide safe harbor in times of storm. Your breathing habits have developed unique to your own life rhythms. They can sometimes keep you from getting the optimal amount of oxygen throughout your body in the right moments. Your breathing can be altered, however, by practicing yoga or other breathing techniques, which can give you more control over negative emotions when they begin to arise.



Making Positive Changes to Strengthen Yourself


Cultivate positive emotions that boost your inner strength. If you're surrounded by peace and love, you'll flourish as strongly as negative emotions cause you to wilt. Studies show that when you have more positive emotions, you will have more satisfaction in your life.

Think of someone you love. Think of the warmth and joy you feel around that person. Now apply that feeling to someone you know a little less. Find something about that person that makes you happy. Then apply that same feeling to others around you. As you learn to recognize other people’s positive traits, you can build positive emotions in yourself that keep you focusing on the good things in life, which in turn suppresses negativity.[21]
Build other positive emotions. Smile frequently. When you smile, your brain releases chemicals that enhance the positivity in your mind.
Do things that you love. When you engage in hobbies that you enjoy, you surround yourself with positive feelings.


Look for positive people and situations. Surround yourself with people who make you feel good and who are supportive. Positivity can influence your well-being, just as negativity can. You may not be able to fully eliminate being sensitive to other people’s emotions, so it’s better to choose positive people over negative ones. 

Call a friend who sees the good in others. Spend time with a colleague who affirms the bright side of things. Listen to hopeful people. Relish hopeful words, songs, and art forms.


Manage your emotional overload. Because some people are empaths, and are naturally more sensitive to what’s going on in their environment than others, they can feel overwhelmed in situations that other people might not even consider uncomfortable.However, no matter how uniquely sensitive you are, you don't need to be beholden to your ability to absorb other's emotions.

Recognize that certain situations might be too overwhelming for you. Remove yourself from these situations. For example if you know you’ll absorb the stress of people doing their Christmas shopping, avoid stores during this season.


Recognize your inner creativity. HSPs often exhibit an enhanced degree of creativity in aesthetic activities. Some philosophers, moreover, describe a capacity for creativity as being essential to growth and transformation. Creativity is something that we are all capable of regardless of whether or not we’ve ever picked up a paintbrush. Art, in this sense, can occur every time you have a conversation with someone else, or even each time you make breakfast. Learning how to become more creative in your day-to-day life.

Experiment with your personal style or daily activities. This can be a great way to turn an exceptionally high sensitivity to stimuli in your environment into a gift rather than a curse.


Turn your empathy into positive action. When you feel overwhelmed by others’ emotions, use this feeling to your advantage by pursuing something positive. Pick a cause that is relevant to the emotions you feel.

For example, simply walking by homeless people on the street might cause pain in a highly sensitive person. This feeling might keep him from frequenting cities or certain neighborhoods in order to avoid this pain. Invest your emotional energy in something constructive. You might volunteer at a homeless shelter or offer to buy a homeless person a meal. Listen to this person’s story.


Be compassionate with yourself. Learn to use compassion as a way to defend yourself against overwhelming emotions. Compassion allows you to be empathetic with other people, but it also requires that you are compassionate toward yourself. This means that you don't need to feel guilty about seeking respite from being overwhelmed.

Be aware of your common humanity. You are not alone in your feelings. When you recognize that your feelings are part of a common human experience, you will not feel so isolated. For example, if you’re feeling overwhelmed, you can tell yourself: “Everyone feels overwhelmed sometimes.”


Accept yourself for who you are. Sometimes being highly sensitive to your environment can make you feel out of sync with others, especially when everyone around you appears to be outgoing or sociable. This is because HSPs and empaths can often be introverted. In fact, about 70 percent of HSPs are introverted, so you may feel at odds with others around you. But because your degree of sensitivity is unique to your own body, it is essential to accept these feelings as part of yourself

Put yourself in diverse situations. Empathy tends to happen spontaneously, and can produce very different emotions depending upon the situation. If you are around the exact same people every single day, it’s going to be difficult for you to figure out precisely which types of emotions are elicited by which people. When you try out a situation you’d normally avoid, you might find that you respond differently.

Try a new hobby or go to a party where you don’t know very many people. Being in a new environment might just give you the freedom to respond differently.


~Elder Airwolf~

Skinny Witch~Spring Vegetable Frittata


This recipe for a Spring Vegetable Frittata is packed with seasonal veggies like asparagus and peas and is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

5 minPrep Time

10 minCook Time

15 minTotal Time


1 cup spiralized sweet potato noodles (or finely diced)
1/2 cup diced onion
1 cup chopped asparagus (tough stems removed)
1 cup green peas (fresh or frozen)
1/4 cup crumbled feta
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp paprika
black pepper to taste
7 eggs
optional: diced chicken sausage


Add all ingredients except eggs to a large skillet.
Saute over medium heat for 5 minutes.
Crack eggs into a bowl and whisk to combine.
Pour eggs evenly over over vegetables.
Cover with a lid (or a large baking sheet) and let cook for 5-10 minutes. Check occasionally to determine when eggs are cooked to desired doneness on the top.

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving

Calories 240 Calories from Fat 100

% Daily Value *

Total Fat 11g 17%
Saturated Fat 4g 20%
Trans Fat
Cholesterol 385mg 128%
Sodium 230mg 10%
Potassium 380mg 11%
Total Carbohydrate 18g 6%
Dietary Fiber 4g 16%
Sugars 5g

Protein 17g

Vitamin A 25%
Vitamin C 30%
Calcium 15%
Iron 25%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Yields 3-4 servings


25 minPrep Time

25 minCook Time

50 minTotal Time


Ricotta Filling
Other Ingredients:

8 ounces part skim ricotta cheese
4 ounces low fat cottage cheese
3 tablespoons parmesan cheese
2 tablespoons fresh flat leaf parsley
1 tablespoon fresh basil
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/8 teaspoon red pepper flakes (optional)
Black pepper to taste
2 large zucchini cut lengthwise into 8 (1/4 inch thick) slices
1 mild Italian turkey sausage, cooked and crumbled (optional)
1 cup marinara sauce, store bought or homemade
1/2 cup shredded part skim mozzarella cheese


Ricotta Filling
Grilled Zucchini
Assembling the Zucchini Lasagna Rolls

Add all of the ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
Pour into a bowl and refrigerate until ready to use.
Heat a grill or grill pan to medium high heat.
While the grill is heating, slice the zucchini lengthwise into 1/4 inch thick planks.
Spray with cooking spray or brush with oil both sides of the zucchini planks, then sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Place the zucchini on the hot grill and cook for about 2 minutes on each side or until the zucchini is soft and pliable.
Remove from the grill and cool until they can be handled.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Spray a 10.5 x 7" casserole dish or similar size with cooking spray.
Spread a 1/4 cup of the marinara sauce evenly over the bottom of the dish.
Blot any excess liquid off of the cooled planks of zucchini with paper towels.
Spoon about a tablespoon of the ricotta filling onto one side of the zucchini and spread it into an even layer.
Sprinkle a few of the cooked sausage crumbles on top of the filling.
Roll up the zucchini and place them seam side down in the casserole dish.
Top the zucchini rolls with the remaining marinara sauce and shredded mozzarella cheese.
Bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes or until the cheese is melted and bubbly.

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving

Calories 270 Calories from Fat 110

% Daily Value *

Total Fat 12g 18%
Saturated Fat 7g 35%
Trans Fat
Cholesterol 35mg 12%
Sodium 1050mg 44%
Potassium 710mg 20%
Total Carbohydrate 21g 7%
Dietary Fiber 4g 16%
Sugars 11g

Protein 20g

Vitamin A 30%
Vitamin C 40%
Calcium 45%
Iron 10%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.