Akhekh

Akhekh by Topaz Drachen  (Click image to enlarge)

A Year of Dragon Rituals

Part 4. Akhekh (Egypt) 

17 May 2019, Full Moon in Scorpio

Akhekh – this dragon originates from Egypt and is otherwise known as Akhekhu. It is characterized as a fantastical beast with a long serpentine body with four legs to support it. Continue reading

Veles

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A Year of Dragon Rituals

Part 3. Veles (Slavic) 

19 Apr 2019, Full Moon in Libra

Veles (Cyrillic Bulgarian, Macedonian and Serbian : Велес; Polish: Weles; Ukrainian: Велес; Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Montenegrin, Slovak, Slovenian: Veles; Ruthenian and Old Church Slavonic: Велесъ; Belarusian: Вялес, translit. Vialies), also known as Volos (Russian: Волос, listed as a Christian saint in Old Russian texts), is a major Slavic god of earth, waters, and the underworld. Continue reading

Melusine

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A Year of Dragon Rituals

Part 2. Melusine (France) 

22 Mar 2019, Full Moon in Libra

Melusine (French: [melyzin]) or Melusina is a figure of Greek origin a folklore and mythology (mostly Celtic), a female spirit of fresh water in a sacred spring or river. She is usually depicted as a woman who is a serpent or fish from the waist down (much like a mermaid). She is also sometimes illustrated with wings, two tails, or both. Continue reading

A Year of Dragon Rituals

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In 2019 Spheres Of Light will be conducting Dragon Circles and events throughout the year (more information here) so I am planning to find out a bit about each of the deities that have been chosen to work with during each full moon ritual for this year. Our first ritual featured Eurynome & Ophion, a copy of which can be found hereContinue reading

Dragon Attunement Workshop 2019 (Sydney, Australia)

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The Dragon is a celestial being that can take on a multitude of forms and energies and inhabits many dimensions throughout the cosmos. The Dragon represents the unknown and the hidden energy within nature. Continue reading

Fire Dragon Meditation: Meet Your Dragon Spirit Guide

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The following information was written by Snow Orchid & reblogged from…

The Magickal Life of the Snow Orchid Witch

My study of fire has been very… illuminating- pun intended.

Reigniting the flame within, shined a light on everything I didn’t want to see. It exposed shadows I had long suppressed out of fear & sheer denial. It was- for lack of a better word- intense.

But how did I manage to reignite this inner-flame after years of neglecting it?

The answer was simple. Return to my Astral Realm and visit an old friend.

If you work with Dragon Energy, you may already know that a Mon-Tey is your personal draconic guardian and assists in your magick, works with your abilities and offers protection. Each and every soul is born with one and they have been with us through many, many lifetimes. When you first start working with your dragon you can refer to them as Mon-Tey, but when the time is right, you may give them their own name-…

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