Pizza Boxes on the Floor: The Collected 2010 Hearthstone Articles [NOOK Book]

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Can magical ritual and initiation improve one's ability to use positive affirmations? Why is secrecy in the esoteric Orders so important? Are astrological energies present in Wiccan and Golden Dawn rituals?

This collection of articles about Wicca, paganism, and Golden Dawn addresses these issues and others. Contains all twelve of the monthly columns written by Morgan Drake Eckstein in 2010 for the Hearthstone Community Church's newsletter, plus...

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Pizza Boxes on the Floor: The Collected 2010 Hearthstone Articles

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Overview

Can magical ritual and initiation improve one's ability to use positive affirmations? Why is secrecy in the esoteric Orders so important? Are astrological energies present in Wiccan and Golden Dawn rituals?

This collection of articles about Wicca, paganism, and Golden Dawn addresses these issues and others. Contains all twelve of the monthly columns written by Morgan Drake Eckstein in 2010 for the Hearthstone Community Church's newsletter, plus a new introduction and essay about the astrological floor diagram used in Golden Dawn.

Table of Contents:

Introduction--Regarding this collection of articles
The Use of Positive Statements in Ritual
Secrecy and Listening to Yourself
What are you really saying?
The Impact of Initiation on Positive Affirmations
Looking at Esoteric Diagrams
The Effect That Diagrams Have on Rituals
Does Wicca and Golden Dawn have an Ethic Code?
Why do the initiated traditions require students to be initiates?
What is Lineage Anyways?
How much astrology does a Wiccan need to know?
Clarifying my definitions of ‘Wicca’ and ‘Should’
The Four Cardinal Points of the Sun’s Journey through the Seasons
About the book cover and floor diagram

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032816492
  • Publisher: Morgan Drake Eckstein
  • Publication date: 10/15/2011
  • Series: Hearthstone Community Church
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 197 KB

Meet the Author

A Third Degree Wiccan and Adept Major (6=5), Morgan Drake Eckstein had been involved in Wicca and paganism his entire life. He is a board member of Hearthstone Community Church (Denver, Colorado—the Open Full Moon People), as well as an elected officer of Bast Temple (Golden Dawn in the Outer, Ba Iset Order of the Rosy Cross [BIORC] in the Inner). He holds two bachelor degrees from the University of Colorado at Denver (literary studies and history). He is happily married to a ceramic artist. He is owned by several cats who wish that he would make more money as a writer, so that they could eat fresh shrimp every night.
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