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May 01, 2019
Hiya! This weeks Spellwork Sunday, we are focusing on working with the incredible Egyptian Goddess, Ma’at for restoring justice in our times of need. Ma’at was the goddess of truth, justice and the universal order of life. Ma’at, wasn’t just the goddess of these concepts, but was the embodiment of them and therefore was seen to be above the ideas of right and wrong because she IS the truth, and nothing is stronger than truth! We can invoke her in times when clouded judgements may be a factor tempering with our rulings or decisions!
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Altar Decor Setup & Suggestions
You can create a simple altar for this, or make it as lavish as you want. Whatever holds importance for your spell is up to you!
Simple Steps and Procedures
With harm done to none, who take to the stand
Thank Ma’at for aiding in your time of need. It is done!
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Pogo of J Southern Studio is a Brujx living in Los Angeles, California who has been practicing various forms of divination, healing and spellwork for a greater part of the last decade. Their abilities and intuition come from a bloodline of healers that they walk in gratitude with daily. Read their bio here.
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Hecate (or Hekate, and pronounced “he-KAH-tay” or “he-KAH-tee”) has many titles, most notably the Torchbearer, Goddess of the Underworld, and the Keeper of the Keys of the Universe. A relationship with her is one that confronts and engages with the darkness that resides in us all, rather than ignore or reject it. Hecate is present in the Under, Middle, and Upper worlds, so her ability to transition between these realms indicates she is a powerful force for change. Hecate is an ancient goddess with a modern tradition. Modern Hekatean Witchcraft emphasizes her role in modernity, and puts less stress on the particularities of rituals and ceremonies so that practitioners may interpret their relationship in a modern, personal way, so that everyone’s practice is at their strongest. As far as sobriquets go, the Goddess of the Underworld is about as cool as they come. Along with her connection to the serpent, her power is connotative of what is popularly considered to be evil and nefarious in mainstream religion, but a relationship with Hecate underscores the necessity of dark with light, life with death...