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MAGIC LOVE MEN RING CELTIC SHAMANICSPELL 31 DAYS OWLWALLA

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Important information about candles: All handmade candles are very flammable and must always be kept under supervision and in places where they can not create fires, especially candles conjured with herbs, oils and powders. Please use an iron or heavy metal container and keep them held in non-flammable places. Similarly, magic envelopes should be burned very carefully and outdoors. ALL LISTS IN MY STORE HAS TANGIBLE ITEMS AND SERVICES DESCRIPTIONS THAT MY CUSTOMERS RECEIVE BY MAIL , 0R BY EMAIL IN PDF FILE OR WORD FORMAT WITH METHAPHYSICAL AND AURA STATE INFORMATION,OR IF THEY ASK FOR IT THEY CAN RECEIVE PRINTED AND BY MAIL AS WELL. HI MY NAME IS MARIA , I AM REIKI MASTER,PROFESSIONAL PSYCHIC, SHAMANIC RITUALS CASTER ,SPIRITUAL GUIDENCE SPECIALIST,LIFE COACH ,MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL HEALERS,MEMBER OF THE UNIVERSAL CHURCH AND WRITER. YOU ARE PAYING FOR A MAGIC LOVE RING FOR MEN SIZE 10 THAT WAS CASTED 29 TIMES IN 3 FULL MOONS FOR MAKE HIM OR HER FAITHFUL, TELL YOU THAT HE OR SHE LOVES YOU AND THINK ONLY IN YOU, AND 31 DAYS POWERFUL SHAMANIC CELTIC SPELL WITH MY VERY POWERFUL SPIRIT WALLA OWL FOR LOVE AND PASSION, TO REKINDLE ANY SITUATION , OR ANY KIND OF RELATIONSHIP YOU HAVE. YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE WITH THE PERSON IN A RELATIONSHIP, CAN BE YOUR FRIEND, JUST YOUR DATE, OR JUST SOMEONE THAT YOU LIKE AND YOU DO NOT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT, TO BE ABLE TO MAKE THIS RITUALS, ( THAT PERSON CANNOT BE MARRY, OR IN A HAPPY RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER PERSON) I DO NOT DIVORCE OR SEPARATE PEOPLE AGAINST THERE WILLS, BUT IF CASE IS DIFFERENT SO REFER YOUR CASE , I WILL KNOW WHAT TO DO OR TO RECOMMEND IF IS IN MY HANDS HELP YOU. THIS IS EXTREME POWERFUL AND CAN CHANGE EVERYTHING BETWEEN YOU AND HIM OR HER, IF YOU FEEL THAT THIS IS THE MAN OR WOMAN THAT YOU WANT FOREVER THIS IS THE SPELL FOR YOU. PLEASE SEND ME ALL HIS AND YOUR INFORMATION AS SOON AS POSIBLE Note For 18 years old and up only and for entertainment purposes,no money back time frame 3 months.. What is Celtic Shamanism? Shamanism is found across the whole world, and its practice spans many thousand years. Pre-dating all organised religions, it nonetheless has common threads of practice which unite shamans of all nationalities and all times, from the most distant past to the present day. There is some evidence to suggest that humans were practicing forms of shamanism as far back as the Palaeolithic, and certainly evidence for Mesolithic and Neolithic shamanism is widespread and in many indigenous cultures today it not only survives but is experiencing a resurgence. It is a primary and primal form of communicating with spirits and the spirit world, of understanding and interacting with the universe. By becoming a ‘walker between the worlds’ the shaman, acting as messengers and intermediaries between the mortal world and the realm of spirits can bring wholeness, protection, healing and knowledge direct from the spirit realm for use by all their community or tribe. There are many traces of shamanism being practiced in ancientBritain, such as the cave paintings in Cresswell Crags which date from 13,000 years ago in the upper Palaeolithic era. Shamanic relations with the spirit world can also be seen in the construction of the many Neolithic barrow mounds, stone circles, standing stones and processional ways that are scattered like gems across Britain and Ireland, and in the additional archaeological evidence that is often discovered at such sites, in the positions of burials and the deposits of ritual offerings, for example. These Shamans were the ancestors of the later Celtic shamans, who wove aspects of the Celtic culture from Europe into their practices and way of life, in turn evolving into the druids, known and feared by the Romans until their suppression in the 1st Century CE. European druidry was said to have is roots and power base in Britain, where the most powerful druids practiced, and after the Romans many British and Irish druids converted, at least in name only, to Christianity and became monks for survival and the recorded preservation of their lore, which was once preserved only orally. Today Celtic shamanism draws from the wisdom, practices and beliefs of our Celtic ancestors, which was recorded by these Christianised druid monks, and by the druid schools themselves which survived in numerous forms until the mid 18th century. In addition to this, archaeology continually provides more and more evidence of Celtic and earlier British and Irish shamanism, as does folk-memory. A great deal of lore, traditional cures, tales and practices have been handed down orally and have survived to modern times where they are now being recorded and form an ever increasing body of knowledge which has its roots in our ancient pagan past. Celtic pagan culture and shamanic lore has been both unfortunate and very lucky. Whilst Christianity and the Roman conquest decimated much of Britain and Ireland’s indigenous culture and spirituality, much of what was preserved survived with only obvious and easily removable overlays of Christian sentiment and Roman propaganda. Thus we are left with a lore of two halves, one being the voices of the conquering culture and religion, and the other containing the clear traces of our indigenous ways. These two halves separate easily in most cases, leaving those who try to unearth the ancient knowledge of our ancestors a relatively easy task. Much knowledge and wisdom can be gained by working actively with our native mythology for example, such as the tales of Taliesin, Cu-chullain, Bran, and Cullwch and Olwen, all of which are known to have their roots far back in pre-history. Our ancient indigenous shamanism can in this light be seen as the logical mother of Druidry and the later magical practices of Ireland and the British Isles, through Saxon wizardry, to cunning men and wise women and traditional Witchcraft to influencing many forms of Wicca today. All through these run the practice of communing with spirits, and traversing the Otherworld, of working with spirit allies and elementals, contacting and understanding the powers of the land, and applying these gifts in the mortal world, in a way which is distinctly British and Irish. Whilst no spiritual practice remains unchanged over centuries or millennia, with diligence and clear thinking, as well research and the promptings of spirit, our own Celtic form of shamanism takes shape once again in a useable form that is both ancient and consistent with our heritage, as well as being relevant for our lives today. At the heart of all modern magic, is the shaman, and the Celtic shaman, like the ancient British and Irish shamans before them, understood the central importance of good relations with the spirits which surround us. They recognised, like shamans all across the world today, that the mortal soul is a spirit in its own right, in need of sustenance and support form the spirit realm, and sometimes in need of protection and retrieval from it, in times of sickness, trouble or disempowerment. At such times, a walker between the worlds is essential as an ambassador and warrior, as well as a healer, standing for the human need amidst the spirit realm, facing the numinous as a pioneer and guardian of the human soul. Unlike New Age shamanism, or Neo-shamanism as it is sometimes called, Celtic shamanism recognises the dark and perilous side of the spirit world, as well as within human and all mortal nature. Central to the shamans work therefore is the attainment of allies, of guides and guardians from the spirit realm to help the shaman in their work. These are relationships based on trust and mutual assistance, at least in the Celtic tradition, where many allies are called ‘cousins’ or ‘co-walkers’, benefiting from the exchange of experiences. Thus when a shaman works with an ally that is a salmon for example, they experience life as a salmon and learn their ways, and the spirit salmon in turn experiences some of the life of the shaman. This is known as shape shifting. Allies, like any spirits, can be of any form, from animal, ancestor, to weather front, plant or tree, or indeed spirits that have no foundation in the physical world at all. Many allies in the Celtic tradition are Faerie allies, and the influence of the Faery tradition and ancient Faerie beliefs in the British Islesshouldn’t be underestimated. Indeed there are clues going back thousands of years that the Faerie races have played a massive part in shaping the tone and flavour of British and Irish spiritual practice, and the Faerie Faith as it is sometimes known, underpins much of our indigenous spiritual lore. Today Celtic shamanism also revives many of these ancient and largely forgotten or hidden practices, like a yew tree re-growing and finding renewal from its roots. As our modern culture is changing, more and more genuine seekers are discovering the bones of our indigenous spirituality and are re-membering and reclaiming the remaining knowledge of our old ways so that having survived the lean times Celtic shamanism is once again finding renewal and being practiced by larger numbers than it has for centuries. The mythical Milesian shaman-druid Amergin, used shape shifting and an invocation of his allies as the spirit of Ireland in the famous ‘Song of Amergin’ in which he defeated the old gods, the Tuatha de Danann in order for the Milesians to invade and begin the mortal human period of Irelands history, mythologically recorded as 1268 BCE.. The Dananns in turn retreated to the Otherworld, to become the Faery race, known in Ireland as the Sidhe. The ‘Song’ was written down in the 9th century as part of the Lebor Gaballa Erenn, the Irish ‘Book of Invasions’ although it is likely to be far older. It is thought to have been recorded from the oral tradition where it was known in proto-goidelic as a fragmented form of an even older magical spell which went back an additional thousand years, and maybe even further. The Song of Amergin I am a stag of seven tines I am a flood across a plain I am wind on a deep lake I am a tear the sun lets fall I am a hawk above the cliff I am a thorn beneath the nail I am a wonder amidst flowers I am a wizard Who but I sets the cool head aflame with smoke? I am a spear that roars for blood I am a salmon in a pool I am a lure from paradise I am a hill where poets walk I am a boar ruthless and red I am a breaker threatening doom I am a tide that drags to death I am an infant Who but I peeps from the unhewn dolmen arch? I am the womb of every holt I am the blaze on every hill I am the queen of every hive I am the shield of every head I am the tomb of every hope. Reiki is universal life-force energy,It is directed by the universal intelligence and know where and what to heal. Reiki is Divine Love, the healing energy guided by Divine intelligence. Reiki never causes harm and always works for the highest good. Reiki can help: Stress Relief and Relaxation Relief of Pain and Promotes Healing Increasing Physical Energy Enhancing Immune Function Spiritual Growth Personal Empowerment Experiencing Inner Peace Enhancing Meditation Intuition Clearing Energizing Your Home the healing energy guided by Divine intelligence. History of Reiki Usui Mikao was born in Japan the 15th of August 1865. The name Reiki comes from Usui Sensei, who used this ancient form of healing in his clinic, Usui Reiki Ryoho Gakkai, outside Tokyo. The clinic was opened in the beginning of 1900’s and it still exists today, a century later. During the Meiji period a large number of hand healing techniques were taught in Japan but most of these groups disappeared after World War II. One of the more important groups called Taireidou, was lead by Morihei Tanaka, who was said to have been Usui Sensei's teacher. What exactly Usui Sensei learned from Mr. Tanaka is not known. Mrs. Hawayo Takata brought Reiki to the west. She received her initial Reiki training in Japan, up to level two, Oku-Den, and received her Reiki Master from Mr. Chujiro Hayashi when he visited Hawaii in 1938. In an effort to make Reiki acceptable in the west the practitioners presented Usui Sensei as a physician or a Christian monk, but later information has verified that he was a traditional Japanese businessman, loyal to his Emperor. Usui Sensei also worked with programmed crystals, breathing exercises, scanning and other eastern healing methods in his clinic. However these methods where left out when Reiki was brought to the west. Usui Reiki Principles — Just for today do not worry — Just for today do not anger — Honor your parents, teachers and elders — Earn your living honestly — Show gratitude to everything— Just for today I will give thanks for my many blessings — Just for today I will not worry — Just for today I will not be angry — Just for today I will do my work honestly — Just for today I will be kind to my neighbor and every living thing— Just for today, do not anger — Just for today, do not worry — We shall count our blessings and honor our fathers and mothers, our teachers and neighbors and honor our food — Make an honest living — Be kind to everything that has life The Reiki symbols cannot cause harm or be used with harmful intentions. Many people therefore question the need for secrecy and the symbols are now widely published in books and on the Internet. However Reiki symbols can be only use with love ,honesty,and for experience Masters. The Three Reiki 2 Symbols CHO KU REI - The Power Symbol or the light switch, Put all the power of universe here. Directs energy to the physical body. SEI HE KI - The Mental Symbol is used for purification, cleansing and protection. Directs energy to the emotional body or subconscious mind. HON SHA ZE SHO NEN - The Distance Symbol is used to send Reiki to the past, present or future. Healing karma. Directs energy to the mental body or conscious mind. The Three Reiki 3 or Masters Symbols DAI KO MYO - is used both for attunement and healing and it works on the spiritual body level, healing the soul. DUMO - is a Tibetan Master Symbol representing the fiery heat of the kundalini. FIRE SERPENT - is often used when passing attunements. On Oct-15-12 at 10:47:23 PDT, seller added the following information: FREE! Sellers: Add a FREE map to your listings. FREE! NO REFUNDS , WE RECAST AFTER 30 DAYS , THE HIGH LEVEL OF RESULTS AND POSITIVE REVIEWS IN MY STORE GIVE YOU THE GUARANTEE THAT WE WILL DO EVERYTHING FOR GIVE YOU SATISFACTION . PLEASE DO NOT BUY IF YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH MAGICK AND METAPHYSICAL PRACTICES. WE USE MANY CANDLES , SUPPLIES AND TIME FOR EACH SPELL, SESSIONS AND PACKAGES SO WE DO NOT REFUND. ALL MY ITEMS , PACKAGES AND LISTS ARE FOR 18 YEARS OLD AND MORE AND BY THE LAW FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY, WE ARE NOT DOCTORS, WE CANNOT PRESCRIBE MEDICATION.

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