My 3rd day deity is St.Germaine 

Usually called an ascended master, I’m still wrapping my head around this one.  He first came into my life when I first ventured to Mount Shasta. I felt called their and had quite an adventure. It was my first introduction into what is called the the violet flame or ray.  It pushed me to start considering other realms and dimensions and other “new age” concepts. 

Qualities of the violet ray: Freedom, Victory, Divine Justice, Liberty, Limitless Transmutation, Forgiveness, Mercy, Compassion, the Power of Invocation, Divine Ceremony, Limitless Physical Perfection

Qualities very important to me and I wouldn’t mind tapping. St.Germain also introduced me to sacred geometry and theosophy. I love it all for that new agey aspect of myself.

My 3rd day deity is St.Germaine

Usually called an ascended master, I’m still wrapping my head around this one. He first came into my life when I first ventured to Mount Shasta. I felt called their and had quite an adventure. It was my first introduction into what is called the the violet flame or ray. It pushed me to start considering other realms and dimensions and other “new age” concepts.

Qualities of the violet ray: Freedom, Victory, Divine Justice, Liberty, Limitless Transmutation, Forgiveness, Mercy, Compassion, the Power of Invocation, Divine Ceremony, Limitless Physical Perfection

Qualities very important to me and I wouldn’t mind tapping. St.Germain also introduced me to sacred geometry and theosophy. I love it all for that new agey aspect of myself.

Saint/Angel Cecilia is my 2nd day deity. 

Virgin, matyr, patroness of music. 

Saint Cecilia came early when I first started reconnecting with the spiritual/mystical.  It was around the first time I experienced phantom scents or clairalience.  I smelled roses with no rose in sight. 

Testing my faith at a bookstore I opened a book on angels.  Cecila popped up. Interestingly enough she is tied with roses. 

Cecilia, a matry of unwavering faith she held onto her beliefs even when sentenced to death. They attempted to behead her but she still lived. For three days she preached and prayed before passing. 

Hey connection to the divine was through music which is truly important to me. It’s also how I express my own divinity as music and sound is sacred. It’s how we dance with the universe.

'As music played, Cecilia sang  'make my heart immaculate that I might not be put to shame.'

Saint/Angel Cecilia is my 2nd day deity.

Virgin, matyr, patroness of music.

Saint Cecilia came early when I first started reconnecting with the spiritual/mystical. It was around the first time I experienced phantom scents or clairalience. I smelled roses with no rose in sight.

Testing my faith at a bookstore I opened a book on angels. Cecila popped up. Interestingly enough she is tied with roses.

Cecilia, a matry of unwavering faith she held onto her beliefs even when sentenced to death. They attempted to behead her but she still lived. For three days she preached and prayed before passing.

Hey connection to the divine was through music which is truly important to me. It’s also how I express my own divinity as music and sound is sacred. It’s how we dance with the universe.

'As music played, Cecilia sang 'make my heart immaculate that I might not be put to shame.'

#sevendaysofdeities Challenge 

(Day 1) Mami Wata - Power, Beauty & Sensuality of the Sea. 

For my day one deity I choose Mami Wata who actually represents many water sprits of the African pantheon. Mami wata first came first came into my life during a dark, rough, lonely period. She showed me what I been through wasn’t in vain and that she was with me the whole time.

She also helped me embrace my sensuality & reconnect with my roots. I must admit it’s pretty cool she is depicted as a mermaid and is even known to shape-shift into a man on occasion.  She is sass, power and attitude but also mothering, healing, and gracious. Love. Love. Love.

#sevendaysofdeities Challenge

(Day 1) Mami Wata - Power, Beauty & Sensuality of the Sea.

For my day one deity I choose Mami Wata who actually represents many water sprits of the African pantheon. Mami wata first came first came into my life during a dark, rough, lonely period. She showed me what I been through wasn’t in vain and that she was with me the whole time.

She also helped me embrace my sensuality & reconnect with my roots. I must admit it’s pretty cool she is depicted as a mermaid and is even known to shape-shift into a man on occasion. She is sass, power and attitude but also mothering, healing, and gracious. Love. Love. Love.

Anonymous asked:

Hi, I uh am just starting out as Wiccan. And I was wondering if you had advice for newbies?

Hi.

First I would explore and pinpoint which wiccan tradition (as there are many) you feel a connection to.

Doing that will start you off as some require processes like initiations.

Start from the basics. Study the gods/goddesses/deities of that tradition. Reconnect with nature. Realign with the moon phases. Celebrate the wheel of the year.

This will get you in the right place to move forward with the next step maybe setting up an altar. Have fun.