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(To all fellow witches, wizards, warlocks, druids shaman only.)?

do you still use pentagrams or the like when using ritual circles?
and also do you know the four mythical creatures that represent the four elements and the four directions of the earth? I know the answer Just wondering if Im correct.
warlock and wizards. Just fell like adding them for those who are not in the know.
And also Im not saying Im a psychic. though Im not lying about the conjuring part.
also Im not a pagan.
I looked at the whole thing and copied this stuff out of that site.:

The important thing to me personally about this whole issue of Warlocks
can be summed up as:

1. Whatever the word and its origin, the reality is how we use it now.
Many words have changed their meanings over the years to become
something totally different from the original.

2. Warlocks did exist.

3. Warlocks are not satanists or figments of Hollywood any more than
are Witches.

4. Being a Warlock is a legitimate title for a male Witch.

5. Witches and Warlocks are traditionaly outside of general society
and each have their own special brands of magic, neither being
inherently good or evil.

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  • Over 20 years ago I was jolted into the mysterious and metaphysical world of the Super-Natural — I became the psychic junkie. I had asked for it. But I didn’t expect my initiation to be so life changing; I slowly followed the path as it was opened up to me, one guided step at a time. I was being lead along the way from some place unseen to my five earthly senses. All I had to go on were subtle whispers from within and the outer synchronicities I was able to read as signposts along the way. The direct results in reality have been amazing.

    I’ve been a professional clairvoyant for many years, in all four corners of the world, using my psychic insight to guide others on their own unique journeys. http://www.psychic-junkie.com/index.html

  • Japanese
    tortoise – north
    white tiger – west
    red bird -south
    dragon – east

    Elementals
    gnomes – north
    sylphs – east
    undines -west
    salamanders – south
    Not sure if this is what you wanted, but I am sure it will be useful to someone.
    Yes, I still use pentagrams in ritual.

    Blessings )O(

  • Um, Jayelle, plenty still use the traditional terms. Wicca isn’t the only path out there.

    As for the pentagram, it is still heavily used, yes. However, the idea that there are four set elements and four set directions is pretty ludicrous, and also depends on tradition. For example, the wiccan directions place (N-Fire,E-Air, S-Earth, W-Water). However, an alchemical practitioner would look at air and earth being adjancent, and water/fire being adjacent, and consider it garbage because it doesn’t properly follow the transmutation of elements. Alchemy uses (N-Air, E-Fire,S-Earth, W-Water). This keeps opposites opposite.

    A native american dedicated to wolf is not going to have four different mythical creatures at his quarters, but rather four wolves, representing the particular element and a standing in the pack (alpha/beta/gamma/omega).

    In short, Jayelle’s pretty much dead-on — You’re busted. But she missed the right reason you’re busted.

  • How do you know the answer if the question you asked is an interpretive one? Guess you aren’t as psychic as you’d hoped.

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