Vac The "Voice" that pronounced the first creative Word, Om; a Hindu Goddess described in the Rig Veda as the First, the Queen, the Greatest of All Deities.
practice of subsisting on the vitality of another. Commonly this is
blood, other times it is life force (sapped psychically).
VANGELLO DELLE STREGHE-
An Aradian Wiccan scripture containing the creation story, the Charge
of the Goddess, and a collection of other myths deriving from Italian
Witchcraft. Published by Charles Leland in 1599 Pisces (1899 AD) under
the title “Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches”, the book requires
serious annotation to be properly understood, but is a cornerstone of
Veil of Unknowing- The boundary between the manifest and the unmanifest.
Another name for the Spring Equinox- also called "Ostara"-one of the
eight Witches' Sabbats celebrated annually on or around March 21st.
the rate at which energy moves, is believed to become slower the
farther down the seven spheres it proceeds. The slower the vibration,
the denser the matter; thus the physical plane is the home of the
densest matter with the slowest vibration, while the Divine plane has
the least density and the fastest vibration. As energy moves upward
from lower vibrations to higher ones, it generates heat. As energy
slows from higher to lower vibrations, it produces coldness. You will
notice this in energy working.
a tantric term for a woman acting as a sexual partner of a man in a
magick circle; another epethet of the enlightenment-bringing Spirit of
the Way, or Shakti.
Vipassana Meditation- A form of Buddhist meditation that aims to gain insight into life or a part of life.
Virtues- Magickal properties of objects like herbs, stones, and creatures as was assigned to them during their divine creation.
Visionary- A human being, male or female, who is gifted with paranormal vision.
Vision Questing- Using astral projection,bi location, or dreamtime to accomplish a specific goal.Also called path working.
Visualization- 1. Forming clear mental images often used in magick to focus and direct energy to a visualized goal. 2.
Imagining a scene, a person, or an object with intense clarity. This is
often done through a meditation with a written "visualization journey"
which allows the practitioner to enter an imagined place to make
another name for a rune mistress, a Pagan priestess or seeress who
divines the future or fate by casting rune stones into a circle drawn
on the ground aand then interpretates the patterns formed by the
religion derived from worship of gods in African and the beliefs of
Catholicism. Practiced mainly by the West Indians