Thursday, July 13, 2006

Pagans are idiots

Someone was telling me about his wife being neopagan and lighting a blue candle because it is a ssociated with "healing energy". I do a web search and I find:

Earth Healing and Peace Spell
Place the blue candle in its holder and anoint it with lavender oil moving from the top of the candle to the middle, then from the bottom to the middle, so that the whole candle has been anointed, but no part of it has been anointed in both upward and downward directions. Excess oil may be used to anoint your breastbone with the triple moon.

Raise energy by visualizing that you are a tree. Extend your roots into the earth and feel the rich abundance of energy the earth gives to her children. Draw energy up through your roots, through your trunk and into your branches. Allow it to cascade in silver fountains back down to the earth.

Visualize the world as a place of freedom, peace, equality and plenty. Opinion and belief may be expressed by all people in an atmosphere of safety, tolerance and understanding. Nationality, wealth, ethnic and social background are all irrelevant in this place. Respect for all is the code by which we live. Everyone's voice is equally heard and relevant. There is no need for desperate action here because the deep belief in the heart of each individual is that everyone is equal. There are infinite numbers of different types of people who naturally band with others who are similar to themselves, but each one is of equal worth to the larger group called humanity. Difference is valued for its role in the survival of the species - a sure antidote for stagnation and stubborn sameness.

Explore this world, explore the feelings of it and create it in your mind.

When you have finished exploring, direct your silver fountains of earth energy into the blue candle through your hands. Light the candle. Bind the spell, visualizing a cord tying around the candle. Address the earth:
I bind this spell by power of the three, may it harm none and
bring good to thee.

Proceed with the simple feast to ground yourself.

What is that all about? I though christianity was full of hocus-pocus bullshit but compared to neopaganism it's a beacon of common sense.
"ground yourself" indeed.


At 6:50 pm, Blogger beethoven writes said...

I think some people feel they have something missing from their life so they become "obsessed" with something which fills that gap.

At 7:06 pm, Blogger Stew said...

Ah but that argument could equally apply to golf or stamp collecting. And neither golfer nor stamp collectors are delusional. Anybody who can take the phrase "direct your silver fountains of earth energy into the blue candle through your hands" seriously is delusional.

In my humble opinion

At 1:46 am, Blogger beethoven writes said...

I agree!

At 12:48 pm, Blogger Rory Browne said...

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