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Rune of the Wild Magic

{written by : Mike Nichols}

Article word count : 131 -- Article Id : 772
Article active date : 2008-10-08 -- Article views : 2362


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An attempt to restore some of the Carmina Gadelica (a collection of Celtic folk prayers, charms, rituals, and omens) to their original charm, mystery and beauty.





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Give thou thine heart to the wild magic,
To the Lord and the Lady of Nature,
Beyond any consideration of this world.

Do not covet large or small,
Do not despise weakling or poor,
Semblance of evil allow not near thee,
Never give nor earn thou shame.

The Ancient Harmonies are given thee,
Understand them early and prove,
Be one with the power of the elements,
Put behind thee dishonour and lies.

Be loyal to the Lord of the Wild Wood,
Be true to the Lady of the Stars,
Be true to thine own self besides,
True to the magic of Nature above all else.

Do not thou curse anyone,
Lest thou threefold cursed shouldst be,
And shouldst thou travel ocean and earth,
Follow the very step of the ancient trackways.

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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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