To protect domestic animals

When we consider the word humane, we can see just how pompous and self-centered our species can be. I can think of no creature that can be more inhumane than those who claim its namesake, humans. Fortunately, for the hordes of people who haven't heard the pagan ethic that animals have souls, we have the Humane Society of the United States and its associations around the world. When you find domestic animals in danger, contact the Humane Society and other similar organizations to determine exactly what to do and to whom to write.

This rite should be conducted in two circles under a full moon. For 24 hours prior to the rite, everyone should abstain from all food and drink except for wine. Non-alcohol wine is probably best to keep a fairly clear head. Whenever you have an urge to eat anything, purchase or otherwise secure the food and save it for the rite. The inner circle should be formed by everyone who participates without a dog or wolf-like animal. The outer circle should be formed by everyone who participates with their dog or wolf-like animal on a leash or tether short enough to maintain control. The outer circle must be sparse enough that no two animals can reach each other even if both leashes are extended fully. If the circle is not that sparse, expand it. If this is the first time the animals have been in circle, insure that all animal handlers understand that they are responsible for the animal they brought.

Arm the Quarter guards and distribute the pertinent literature as discussed earlier. Stoke your thurble with Odin incense or oak. Anoint everyone and every animal at the point where the back joins the neck. It is a very good idea for the animal handlers to do the anointing previously. For this rite, everyone in the outer circle should sign and seal their letters ahead of time. Those envelopes should already be at the center altar in a basket but the letters written by those in the inner circle should still be unsigned.

Praise our All Father Odin and his friends Freki and Geri. The outside circle faces inward and the inside circle faces outward. The outside circle of people remain silent while the inside circle starts the rite by screaming the name of the All Father in an easier tongue, "WoooooooooooTaaaaaaaaaaaaaan," over and over again until the animals join your scream.

Continue the scream as everyone from the inner circle signs their letters one by one and then seals the envelopes and places them in the basket. As they do, continue the chant for the background, but add to it a drum beat, and the following chant. Once the letters have all been signed, sealed, and placed in the basket, this chant should be repeated by everyone within the inner circle while the "Wotan" chant continues in the outer circle.

"Father good and Father fine

Father all and Father mine

Friend of wolf and of canine

Take this food on which we dine."

The inner circle should then offer the saved food to the animals in the outer circle. Rather than feeding them by hand, place the food on the ground and back away. Allow the animal's keeper to let the animal advance on the food after you have withdrawn. It is entirely possible the animal will have enough exuberance that he might confuse your hand for his supper. Remember, Odin's death was predicted to come at the mouth of a wolf.

Fundamentals of Magick

Fundamentals of Magick

Magick is the art and practice of moving natural energies to effect needed or wanted change. Magick is natural, there is absolutely nothing supernatural about it. What is taught here are various techniques of magick for beginners. Magick is natural and simple and the techniques to develop abilities should be simple and natural as well. What is taught on this site is not only the basics of magick, but the basics of many things.

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