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Bathing spell

{written by : Mike Nichols}

Article word count : 223 -- Article Id : 544
Article active date : 2008-09-08 -- Article views : 6610

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Achaine (Invocations). From a collection of Celtic folk prayers, charms, rituals, and omens.

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A palmful for thine age,
A palmful for thy growth,
A palmful for thy throat,
A flood for thy speech.

For thy share of the dainty,
Crowdie and kail;
For thy share of the taking,
Honey and warm milk.

For thy share of the supping,
Whisked whey and cheese;
For thy share of the spoil,
With bow and with spear.

For thy share of the preparation,
The yellow eggs of Eostre;
For thy share of the treat,
The orange gourds of Samhain.

For thy share of the feast
With gifts and with tribute;
For thy share of the treasure,
With magic and with love.

For thy share of the chase,
Up the face of Bryn Aryen;
For thy share of the hunting
And the mustering of the hosts.

For thy share of palaces,
In the courts of kings;
For thy share of the Summerland,
In the courts of the Gods.

The part of thee that does not grow at dawn,
May it grow at eventide;
The part of thee that does not grow at night,
May it grow at ridge of mid-day.

The three palmfuls
Of the three Queens,
To preserve thee
From every envy,
Evil eye and death;
The palmful of the Mother of Love,
The palmful of the Maiden of Beauty,
The palmful of the Crone of Wisdom,
Of Magic.

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Document Copyright © 1993, 1998 by Mike Nichols This document (or selections from it) may be re-published only as long as no information is changed, credit is given to the author, and it is provided or used without cost to others. NOTE: Liturgical use is encouraged, and the stipulation of crediting the author is waived when the material is spoken in liturgical settings. However, author credit should still appear on any hard copy. Any other use requires permission from Mike at Witches Sabats

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