The “Law of Three” Is Wrong

If you are interested in studying the occult and magic, you will quickly run across the “Law of Three”.

Summed up, this rule says that what ever you put out into the World using magic, will be returned to you three times over. Put out good vibes and spells of helpfulness, and you will receive back three times the joy and happiness. Put out curses and ill will, and you will receive back three times the hurt and misfortune. Its repeated some much so in the occult community, especially from supposed wise elders to the beginners you’d almost think it came down from the mountain with Moses.

Its wrong though.

That rule grew out of the 60’s resurgence of paganism and Wicca, as a rather good little bit of public relationship. Remember Christianity burned witches not too long ago, and even in the 60s, if you were living in a small town and got the reputation as one of “those” people you could count on being shunned, if not ruined before being run out of town.

The Counter Culture embraced many things the Establishment disapproved of, including occult practices, astrology and Eastern mysticism as a way to rebel but then not rebel too much that it got them burnt at the stake. True, the push back from the “good” people against those long hair, freaky hippy types was still pretty intense but it wasn’t long before such interests were tolerated. Housewives lighting candles and saying love spells seeped into suburbia.

The “Law of Three” then became a way to differ the good witches from the few that were “bad”. If the Stevie Nicks looking flower child at the corner book store said that if SHE did a curse, it would come back three fold onto her, then obviously she was a good witch. And wouldn’t be corrupting the young people who were patronizing her shop.

The problem is there isn’t any indication in history that is is the case In fact just the opposite. Many of the wizards and sorcerers advising kings were using their magic to bring ruin on that king’s enemies with no sort of consequences. Not only no consequences but actually they were being rewarded. Movies and television only re-enforced this fact.

And yet, there are examples, more than a few, where magical practitioners of recent history have experienced blow back for obviously harmful spells against others.

Where does that leave the occult beginner?

A bit of background for a moment,

Recently I read a discussion on the morality of intent and the raising of power with magic that I think better explains the dangers for a beginner in using magic to affect their reality.

I am in the process of paring down the collection of science fiction and fantasy art which I have acquired over many years of going to conventions. I plan on moving into a much smaller residence by next Spring, and just won’t have the wall space to display my collection.

Many of the pieces I’m selling but a few are ones which have an occult significance. One of these is this piece by the artist Mitch Foust.

The title of the piece is “Morgan LeFey”. She is known from book and film as a powerful sorceress and sister to the legendary king Arthur. She is also a spirit you might as a shaman work with, though in Celtic lore there is some argument whether she is a separate spirit or merely a facet of the larger spirit “The Morrigan”.

For some time, I had been thinking perhaps that the Morrigan was connected with the goddess I worship, Hekate, as a reimage of Hekate in a far off land from her birthplace, Asia Minor. Both goddesses are triplicate goddesses, having three faces and aspects. Both goddesses are considered to be Queens and powerful.

I wondered if this print could then be used in my devotionals with Hekate?

In researching this relationship I picked up Courtney Weber’s book “The Morrigan, Celtic Goddess of Magik and Might”. It didn’t take me much reading to see that the two are separate, unique and the print would be better passed on to another person. If the Celtic deities are of interest to you, and if the Morrigan calls, Weber’s book is a good place to start.

That said, Weber has a chapter which discusses working with spells and magic (she uses a K, to differ the spiritual side from the sleight of hand variety) and its from that chapter that I want to reference about why the “Law of Three” is wrong.

Celtic history is one of great passion, especially on the battle field. It was a place that not only did the warriors fight but also the magic users. Druids and shamans are often seen there, adding their spells and magic in an attempt to sway the tide in their tribe’s favor. The gods too took an active part.

And yet there is very little mention that when a shaman cursed a foe, or made magic to affect the battle against their foes, that their magic rebounded back on them. Especially not in a three times way. If they were not affected, then why would a shaman of today be faced with such a restriction?

There are clear times when people try to do you wrong, and just as skill at arms or intellectual prowess is useful to protect yourself, so too is any magical knowledge you might have. I doubt a war goddess like the Morrigan would look kindly on you for neglecting a sword in your belt just to appear virtuous.

Not that there are not spirits out there who wouldn’t want you to only do pacifistic good.

Weber makes the distinction that it is not the intent of the magic working which causes problems but the underlying issues that the magical practitioner has and has not worked to address.

She likens your mental state to a large concrete room.

In that room are the issues and problems you still have. Are you taking care of your body and mind? Plenty of rest and healthy food? Are you being a good friend to your companions and family? Do you address wrongs you have committed in the past and try to not do harm in the present? Any and all of these can leave clutter in the room of your mind.

And as a magic user, even more importantly, how is your spiritual center?

Are you right by the patrons and allies you work with, or do you neglect or even abuse those relationships? How heavy is your walk on the natural world and your conduct towards the animal, plant and earth realms?

All of this kind of mental and physic clutter will affect the way the forces of magic and the actions of the Spirits have in your life. A life that is balanced and in harmony, is like a concrete room that is bare, well sweep and clean. An unbalanced life though, fills that concrete room with distractions and misdirections.

Magic and the power that Spirits have is like Fire.

Fire is a tool.

It can be a warm fireplace on a Winter night or it can be a hot raging bonfire. Fire can be the gentle flame of a candle, or the spark which burns down your home.

Fire has no morals. When properly handled it can do useful work. When treated without respect, it can do great damage and harm.

Magic is like fire in that concrete room of your mind.

In an uncluttered room, it can be managed well. Magic like a fire tends to throw off sparks at times. In a clean room, those sparks tend to quickly go out and do no harm. The fire in a clean room is there to be put to useful work and purpose.

In a cluttered room, those scattered sparks have a chance to catch and find fuel. Quickly they can grow and spread, and soon they can overwhelm the useful work you are trying to do. The magic goes off track, sometimes with disastrous consequences.

Even well intentioned spells can misfire when you have an unbalanced life. Intent, a magic user’s most important tool, can go off course and cause results you don’t expect or don’t want.

Add to that is the fact that Spirits, especially the more powerful ones like those we would call deities, sometimes have real difficulty understanding humans. Even the ones that love humans. They hear what we say we want, but under that intent are distractions. If you have issues yet unresolved, I can see how perhaps a spirit would wonder if what we say isn’t exactly what we want.

What many have seen then as a response the “Law of Three”, is then not a wrong response to a selfish or evil purpose but a proper response to a desire we didn’t realize we had.

Those of you who decide to walk the dark path of the occult realms, need first to know yourself well and work to make yourself better.

That is the Law you should obey.


Spirit Animal – Rat

The pandemic threw my plans for a loop back in January. Everything including my further study of shamanism took a back seat to making sure my extended family and I got ready for the disruption and then survived it.

The virus did surprise me. I expected based on early information that the pandemic would be much worse than it was, though the recent reemergence looks pretty bad.

One good thing, long hours of introspection has refocused me and I’m ready to begin my journey again. I hope to begin posting here each Monday, so check back then.

The Spirit of Rat

It is important things for everyone, not just shamans, is having some order to your life. There is just too much chaos out there, even worse than a few years ago. Very few people can live in a whirlwind.

We are heading into a “Grand Mutation” later in the year. This is according to John Michael Greer, who wrote the book “Green Wizardry” which my other side is based on. Along with being a druid, he is also an astrologer.

“It’s not just you. The energies are definitely in flux. I’ve made certain changes in my practices over the last year, mostly intended to make use of the changing energies for the sake of my own self-transformative work, and I know other people who’ve had to do the same. Astrologically speaking, we’re about to have a Grand Mutation — a shift of the cycle of Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions into a new element, from Earth to Air — and in traditional mundane astrology that was seen as a major turning point, the end of one era and the beginning of another (The last one was in 1842, and brought in what we might as well call the modern world; the upcoming one will be on this year’s winter solstice; the one following won’t be until 2219.)”

Time to get a little order in your personal life then.

One of the things I’ve begun doing to promote order in my Life is while having my first couple of cups of coffee in the morning, to take time and read from my small library of occult and Craft books. I’ve been neglecting my studies.

I live in a rented duplex, whose driveway leads up to my front door. I have a chair where I can sit and look out that door. I usually toss bird seed, mixed with cat food out first thing. The smaller birds like the seed and my neighborhood murder of covids (crows and starlings) have developed a taste for cat food. They also know when I do it, and are on the electrical wires awaiting me.

I work with a local animal shelter and currently have several foster cats in my home. They like to sit at the door and watch the birds eat.

This morning I choose to read from Raven Kaldera and Galina Krasskova’s book “Neolithic Shamanism”. Its one of my recommended craft books and one that I go back to a lot. I had planned on reading about the herb Mugwort, since I’ve been using it lately as a purifying smudge. Mugwort is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, plant spirits and can be a powerful ally. Grandmother is a little difficult to work with, since she is happy to let you make your mistakes. She has the attitude that failing at something, is often the best teacher.

Ratatoskr, in the branches of Yggdrasil

Instead, I ended up reading about the World Tree Yggdrasil and the squirrel Ratatoskr. There is a huge tree directly across the street from my home, which always reminds me of Yggdrasil. Ratatoskr is one of the three animals who reside in Yggdrasil. The other two are Vedrfolnir, an eagle who lives in the branches above, and Nidhogg, a dragon which lives in the roots below. Ratatoskr lives on the trunk and among the branches and carries messages (and sometimes insults) back and forth between the two.

(The World Tree’s name is pronounced “Ig-Dra-Sil”, the Ygg is like the “ig” in pig.)

As I was meditation on that, the cats sitting in front of the screen door became agitated as they do when a bird or squirrel are close to the house but out of my view. I’d had small birds and some starlings eating, as well as a male cardinal.

To my surprise, a rat ran out from in front of the concrete step at my door. It grabbed a piece of cat food and ran back. As I sat there the rat did this several times.

Now having a rat in the neighborhood is not unusual. I have a small garden at the side of the house and where there is a garden you can have small animals. Rabbits and squirrels are common but rats are showing up more and more. Enough that internet articles on how to deal with them have appeared.

Rats, like squirrels, are prey animals for a host of predators and because of that they have evolved over the millennium to be smart, swift and crafty, watching their environment constantly. Nothing ruins your day like getting eaten. They are very intelligent, a trait which makes them great lab animals. Rats in a maze is a recognition that they know how to get out of a difficult situation.

If Rat comes into your Life, it may be time to look at the dangers in your Life you haven’t been watching out for. Is there something in the background that you have been ignoring. A situation that has you stymied. Someone who might have eyes on you in a harmful way. Time to look around and use your wit and intelligence to find a way out.

Rats are also great adventurers, knowing all the little places to hide and the good places for food and shelter. European rats colonized the New World right along side the first Europeans. Asian rats did the same from their side of the World. Consider what kind of skill it would take to crawl up the anchor rope of an early sailing ship, hide among the bales and bundles of the hold, coming out only when it was dark and the crew was asleep to eat a little food here and there. For weeks you hide and avoid being seen and when the ship arrives in a far off land, you scurry out along the anchor rope to begin your adventure again.

If Rat has appeared in your Life, he may be saying its time to expand your horizons. Time to leave the nest and seek your fortune beyond. Perhaps you have been a bit complacent lately. Get off your butt and explore.

Rats are also considered signs of abundance and fertility. They have been with humans from the first farmer’s huts. When the harvest is plentiful, then rats will breed and multiply. A female rat can have many litters over the course of a year. Some of her young won’t survive birth, some will be eaten by predators or even her own kind, but a few will live and go on to spread their species.

If Rat has appeared in your Life it may be time to review the abundance in your Life and how you can contribute to your Family or your Community. Rat does not hoard, and you should not either.

If times have been tough and the bounty scarce then perhaps you should see where you can join forces with those around you to seek what you need. Rats are not choosy, they use what ever the World offers them. And if nothing is offered, then rats go out and find it.

The Spirit of Rat marks new beginnings. Time to let loose of the clutter in your Life and embrace change.

Yggdrasil, the World Tree in my neighborhood.

Final Note: I’ve not seen the rat since that first day. Not surprising because I’ve been leaving food for her at the entrance to the spaces below my front step, so she doesn’t need to venture out during the day. I suspect its a female, with a litter of young. That’s why she ventured out that first day. I have to be careful, since if the neighbor sees her, they will call the landlord and he will put out poison. Rat though will survive.

Showing Respect

Recently I’ve noticed that my Patron Grandmother Spirit has been upset with me. Looking back at it I can understand.

See Grandmother Spider came back into my life last Fall when I began rediscovering shamanism and the occult practices I’d let slide years ago. She appeared as a small white spider in my shower, who made a web and a home in one corner of my bathroom window. White spiders being the sign of rebirth.

I began tossing bugs into her web at first as a bit of a “hey, that’s cool” and then later as I progressed in my reacquaintance with shaman studies, I realized she was coming back into my Life.

It was also about this time I realized that Christianity was not longer filling the role it should for me. After some study and reflection I decided to see if I could establish a relationship with the ancient goddess Hecate.

I also decided that with the amount of cat related energy in my life, volunteering as I do at a local animal shelter and having now 4 fosters in my home, that veneration of the Egyptian goddess Bast was due.

I set up a small place of worship in my bedroom for both of these goddesses as well as a place for Grandmother Mugwort, since I was using her extensively as a protective incense during my studies.

The thing is you shouldn’t neglect your old partners for your new one, and that’s what I did.

The spider in my shower I had moved to a small habitat, and into my office on a shelf. And yet I was not giving her the respect I should have been doing, just going through the motions of finding bugs to offer her.

A week or more back, my spider avatar stopped eating my offerings. I would drop them into her webs and she would ignore them til they wiggled loose and dropped to the floor of her habitat.

This week I made her a true altar.

I’d never created a place of worship and veneration for any of the spirits I have been working with before. I should. That’s part of the agreement you make with them. Its a way to show respect.

I managed to find a good file of the picture I put up in my earlier post on avatars and patrons, and had it printed and framed.

I have a good sized bookcase that the habitat had been sitting on, but next to it I had an old printer I wasn’t using. Not the best veneration to your oldest patron, was it. I cleaned the bookcase up, and repositioned it, then put my occult books on it as a library.

I wanted a nice table cloth to go under the various items and on Friday stopped by a large local antique mall. Those places are good because if you walk them with respect and intent, opening your senses you never know what you might find.

I went in looking for a nice linen table cloth and found a knit crochet piece instead. It was among a whole bunch of other ones. Notice it was knitted in a pattern almost in the image of a spider on a web. Eight being the number of Spider.

The little blue candle holder was a really nice piece too. It holds the small tea candles well. I need to find something appropriate for incense, for now I’ve been burning a candle in the evening when I’m in my office.

Monday I’m going to a rock shop I know of and seeing if I can find a piece of polished amber which contains a spider. There are many of them millions of years old. I want something special. My way of apologizing to my first Patron.

Remember, don’t neglect the spirits that have your back.

Spirit Ecology – Some Clarifications and Musings

In my last week’s post on Spirit Ecology, I discussed how I personally categorize the way I deal with the spirits in my Life. Its a good foundation for dealing with the various spirits you will be running into as a shaman.

I was going to post the next in the series on “Energy Work” but decided I wanted to do a follow up on Spirit Ecology instead. There were several points, which I was originally planning to add and discuss but didn’t, preferring to focus just on the basics first.

Also Greer has had a particularly interesting thread come up on the subject of “Porn and Demons”, first on his “Magic Mondays” on his Dreamwidth account and followed up on this week’s Ecosophia post which discusses spirits.

First some additional points on my post.

Do I have to have Allies or Patrons?

No you don’t.

A shaman can simply work with spirits as Servants and maintain a very transactional relationship with them to accomplish most of the things you want done.

If you do that though I believe you are missing out on the universe of experiences which comes from having a more personal relationship with spirits. Not having spirit Allies, is kind of like hiring a brilliant concert pianist for your wedding and asking them to do cover tunes. Or driving a race car around a track in just second gear.

You will find that there are spirits you return to on a regular basis for help and knowledge. Limiting your interaction with them to just “payment for services” would seem like a safe option and yet, humans are social animals.

So are spirits.

And having a spirit as an Ally and as a friend offers immeasurable benefits. And responsibilities but then that’s the nature of friendship, isn’t it.

Having a Patron, or seeking out one is not something everyone should do though. I would argue that most newer shamans should not do it. A Patron comes with rules and obligations. Until you are certain that you are ready for such a relationship AND are willing to commit to it for a long time, don’t do it.

Unless you are truly called, powerful spirits will readily work with you as long as you approach them with respect and honor their preferences.

Avatars versus Individuals:

You might have caught a subtle difference in my original post when it came to spirits. Some spirits seem to be the personification of a collective group of entities and some seem to be individuals.

Bear, Owl and Grandmother Mugwort are all spirits which represent the collective of their species. When I work with an individual Mugwort plant in my garden, and offer prayers to its health, I don’t think that individual plant as the spirit of Mugwort. Instead I think of my plant as just one part of a huge whole that is the spirit of Mugwort.

The small spider living in my office with me, is not Grandmother Spider. It is just a small part of the collective spirit which IS her and that allows me to show my appreciation for her protection.

Honestly I’m not sure just how spirits come into being, how they organize or how they come to have places of influence and become individuals. I just know they do.

Now the nations of spirits like the Djinn are spirits who have a family, they have a collective and yet they are individuals. There are times you will deal with just one member and at times, have to deal with them as a whole.

Some individual spirits take residence in places like forests, lakes or even waterfalls. When you need help at a specific location, it helps to see if that place has such a guardian.

And sometimes spirits survive so long they become great powers.

ADDED: Greer had an interesting idea on this week’s Ecosophia comments, that avatar’s of species is an office not an individual.

Much like Tim Allen assumes the role of Santa upon the death of the previous office holder in the movie series “The Santa Clause”, Greer proposes that from time to time the spirit who is the avatar of Bear, Owl or Mugwort moves on and another spirit, perhaps from that time and culture, is picked to fill the office.

That would make much sense. Hecate who began as a Asia Minor hearth goddess, moved on into Greece and the Roman pantheons. Perhaps each time she moved into a larger role, her current spirit left and a new one took her office.

The Truth Behind The Legends:

Once you feel you are getting the attention of a major deity or species avatar as an Ally or a Patron, you will want to spend some time reading the popular legends and myth of that spirit.

Remember something, all the bits of a myth or a legend began as just what one person found when they interacted with that spirit. They told someone else about the experience, who told someone else. At some point another person had an experience with the same spirit and added their information to the growing body of legend.

Your interaction may be different. No, your interaction WILL be different to some degree. Spirits interact with each of us as individuals and as such may take on different aspects and characteristics, some of them unique to just you.

Have respect for how others see a spirit or practice their veneration to that spirit. Just because a spirit asks one person to make offerings of A and ask you to make offerings of B, doesn’t make either of you wrong.

Can I be a Christian (or Scientist) and still a Shaman?

Short answer is yes.

The longer answer is that religion and science both tend to feel they get to controls all the facets of Life when they really just deal with one of them. Greer discussed this:

The difficulty here is that the universe doesn’t just consist of material and spiritual worlds; there are realms between those two. Science is the appropriate way to understand things of the material world, and religion is the appropriate way to understand things of the spiritual world…but the world between these, the world that occultists divide into etheric, astral, and mental planes, is not well addressed by either science or religion.

That’s where occultism comes into its own. Occultism isn’t a religion, and it’s also not a science (in the modern sense of that latter word); it’s the collected body of knowledge and practice for understanding and dealing with the middle world I’ve just sketched out. It’s just as possible to be an occultist and a Christian at the same time as it is to be a scientist and a Christian at the same time, and it’s really unfortunate that so many Christians aren’t willing to consider that even as a possibility — even though there are plenty of examples of Christian occultists in the past and present alike.”

You can be a very knowledgeable scientist who looks at the Universe as a machine and yet go to Church and accept the wonder and the unknowingness that religion preaches. Try and separate the dogma of both science and religion, but remember that they both are jealousy mistresses.

The occult practices, like shamanism, exists in the third realm between these two, and tries to answer questions from that point of view. They don’t have to conflict unless you want them to.

How Can I Find My Spiritual Allies?

The method I originally used to guide me to spirits who might be open to helping me was a type of divination.

In the mid 1980s when I was first studying shamanism of the Native American variety, I ran across Jamie Sam’s book “Scared Path Cards : The Discovery of Self Through Native Teachings”. It was a set of divination cards but ones that used a Native American motif.

Later Jamie Sams with David Carson would create a second deck of cards, “Medicine Cards: The Discovery of Power Through the Ways of Animals”. Unlike traditional divination decks, the cards were each of an individual animal who had some significance in Native teachings.

The book included several layouts for different divinations, including one which was meant to help you identify the spirit animal who was sitting in a particular area of your Life. I think that was the first deck to use animals like that, in a divinational role.

Now, as an quick observation, I’ve gone with friends to several Physic Fairs in my Life. Most include at least 2 or 3 people doing past life regressions. I always wondered why, when someone has a regression, their past life ends up being someone famous?

Why no scullery maids or pig farmers?

Sometimes, when I read the Internet blogs or watch the Youtube videos which discuss their Spirit Animals, it seems the same. People have the well known ones, of Eagle or Wolf, and not the minor ones like Ground Hog or Bass.

Yes, my two current spirit Allies are both well known Native spirits but my original divination with the Medicine Cards included others less well known. I also had Turkey, Grouse, Moose, Rabbit and Deer as well as a few more well known like Hawk and Buffalo.

Its ok to be ordinary sometimes, there is power in the under brush too.

A quick look at Amazon shows many more books and divination decks which use animal spirits now, so take your time, review them. See if you can’t get to a occult shop and look at them. Find one deck which speaks to you and try it.

Though don’t over look what the Signs are telling you too. Look at what animals you keep seeing in your own life.

I would also highly recommend the book “Neolithic Shamanism” by Raven Kaldera and Galina Krasskova. They expand the field of spirits that you might want to work with tremendously, discussing both the major Spirits of Sun and Moon (which differ from gods with a solar or lunar aspect), the Elemental Spirits like Fire, Earth, Water and Air, as well as our Ancestral Spirits, who are important in their own way.

Their writing introduced me to the green wrights of the plant world, which Mugwort is among. They are powerful and ancient.

Why Do Spirits Help Us?

Short answer, I don’t know.

Longer answer, I suspect that the act of venerating them by us, feeds them in some way, (see the next section) but I’m sure its more than that.

I volunteer at an animal shelter here in St Louis. We take in cats and dogs who are found on the street, abandoned or whose owners can no longer care for them. Why do I do this when it costs me time and money to do it, and you could argue doesn’t benefit me?

That I like these animals and want to see them cared for and eventually to find new homes is a big part of it. I suspect that for the spirits who help humans and shamans, its something of the same. They like us and want to see us succeed and do better with our Lives.

Are Some Spirits Evil?

Depends on what you mean by evil. Again from Greer:

“A great deal of Christianity remains stuck in a quasi-dualist worldview in which every spiritual entity is either an angel or a demon — that is, either a servant or an opponent of the Christian god. That impressively narrow view isn’t the worldview of classic occultism (and it’s not well supported by the data from human spiritual experience worldwide, either). To occultists, the cosmos is full of a vast profusion of spiritual beings, most of which are serenely uninterested in human beings and their concerns.

In the cosmos, there are certain beings who, under some circumstances, prey on human beings. Are they all servants of One Big Bad Guy? No. As Eliphas Levi pointed out a long time ago, unity is a divine characteristic, and the most notable common factor of the patterns of behavior we call “evil” is that they conflict with one another. So instead of a Satanic “Lowerarchy,” in C.S. Lewis’ phrase, that end of the realm of spirits is a vast penumbra of vague, quarreling, dissentient beings pursuing their conflicting goals at each others’ expense — and occasionally at ours.”

He goes on to explain:

“Malign spiritual entities tend to be attracted to one of two broad patterns of consciousness and behavior, which Rudolf Steiner called “Ahrimanic” and “Luciferic” respectively. Ahrimanic evil is the kind that focuses on mindless wallowing in sensory cravings. Luciferic evil is the kind that focuses on glorifying the ego at everyone else’s expense. It’s very common for people to fall into one in the course of rejecting the other — thus, for example, a lot of the people who are quick to condemn sexual excess (an Ahrimamic habit) are basking in the imagined glory of their own superior virtue (a Luciferic habit).”

So yes there are spirits out there who can harm you. No, they aren’t doing it to be “evil”, no more than when I eat a steak I’m being evil to that cow. Though the cow clearly gets the raw end of the deal.

That there are spirits out there whose interactions with us can be harmful, is one of the big reasons I believe a shaman needs an Ally or two. That more intimate relationship can be a source of protection for you. There’s someone out there watching your back.

When we get to the “Working With Energy” section on shielding, we will discuss some ways to protect yourself from such spirits. In the mean time, read this thread by Greer:

“On Pornography, Demons, And Rod Dreher”

Greer has decided to continue his discussion on his Ecosophia blog. Read it with a focus on what he says about spirits.

“Wind is Changing”

We’ll look at this further in two weeks. Next week we get back to energy work.