In Goddess worship, the ancient and sacred symbol of a double-headed
axe used to represent the Goddess in Her aspect as a lunar deity.
Lady- a term of respect for a Priestess, usually one who leads a group of other Wicca practitioners. THE LADY: means the Goddess.
Lamen- A disc of metal with magickal symbols inscribed on it, worn around the neck during rituals.
Lammas- A pagan sabbat which takes place on August 1st.
a mathematical symbol for 'infinity'; it is a horizontal figure 8, that
is the #8 lying on its side... this term comes up in reference to
Tarot, & traditionally found on the cards:
XI.Strength, & the 3rd time, on the II.Pentacles which formerly was
the 'key' card bearing the deck maker's signature. This no longer holds
true, on newer, revised decks.
Law of Three-
Most Wiccans believe in the “Law of Three,” that is that what you do
-good or bad- comes back to you multiple times. Some mean this
literally, others mean it symbolically: that you will repeat the
experience as many times as necessary to learn the lesson it offers,
“three” here simply meaning “multiple times”.
A term for people who feel that they are justified in using magick for
purposes that are not constructive to other human beings.
Levitation- The supernatural phenomenon involving suspending a body in midair without physical bolster.
lines of energy believed to run through the Earth, connecting various
sacred sites and many locations of magickal or spiritual importance.
In China, ley-lines are called Dragon Lines.
In Wicca and other Neo-Pagan religions, water or wine which is ritually
poured on an alter, on the ground, or on a sacred fire as an offering
to the Goddess, the Hornes God or other deity.
Litha- The Summer Solstice festival, June 21.
Lithomancy- Divination by stones.
Livewood- refers to a tree in which a DRYAD or Wood Sprite type Being, is believed to dwell.
Livestone- refers to stones, mountains, cliffs, etc. in which a nature Being is believed to dwell
Loa- An ancestral deity in the Vodou religion.
Lord- a sometimes used term for a Priest. THE LORD: is the God.
Lughnasadh, Lunasa- (LOO-na-sa) *Festival of Lugh*- The Autumn festival on July 31. It is a Gaelic word, the name of the month of August.
Lycanthropy- The transformation of a human being into the form of a wolf.