OBE- Out-of-body experience.
Occult- Study and science of things esoteric, secret, paranormal, and supernatural.
A name given to the secret ceremonies of the esoteric mystery cults
which, in medieval times, became almost synonymous with magickal
Occult Revival- The time when magic, Tarot, Hermetic philosophy, astrology, and Qaballah ‘came back into fashion’.
An energy phenomenon which emanates from magnets and crystals, and is
perceived by psychic sensitive people usually as blue (negitive) or
yellowish-red (positive) glowing light.
In WIcca and modern Witchcraft, a presentation (such as pouring of a
wine libation, the burning of incense, magickal herbs, or a corn dolly,
and so forth) made to the Goddess, the Horned God, or any other deity
as an act of religious worship or symbolic sacrifice.
Ogham- The magickal Celtic alphabet made up of 20 letters called fews, each representing a different kind of tree.
Old Religion- This
is a term often used for Wicca and witchcraft. It was used because
witchcraft is believed to descend from ancient paganism. However, it is
misleading when used in relation to Wicca, which is a fairly young and
modern religion based on witchcraft.
sudden occurence which is interpreted as being a sign of good or evil.
Often it will be small yet significant; a vase falling over or a cup of
water spilling, for example.
Oneiromancy- Divination through dreams.
person through which otherworldly entities can be communicated with,
similar to channeling. People often see oracles to ask questions or to
be given insights to their future.
which occurs to celebrate the onset of spring. The Christian holiday of
Easter originated from Ostara, a celebration named after the goddess of
Spring and rebirth, hence the egg and the rabbit as the primary symbols.