Sunday, October 3, 2010

January Magick

January Magick Cover
Gaze, Janus, my lord

with two strong faces

through the doorway of this moment.

See coming times and distant places.

Reveal the past to us, its secret omens.

January starts the year with a plethora of fun, frolicsome festivity. The new year in particular is celebrated by at least 170 nations. The month gets its name from Jana, a moon goddess, which explains the abundance of water-related observances this month (in esoteric traditions, the moon represents the water element). It's also named after Janus (Jana's husband), the gatekeeper of heaven, who sees the past and future. This couple oversees the year's beginning by offering you refreshed perspective and hope for a better tomorrow.

In terms of energy, January focuses on beginnings. It's a time for personal renewal, starting any beloved project, and sustaining those things already in progress. Magic for health, protection, and prosperity is particularly augmented by working during this month

Suggested e-books:

Aleister Crowley - Magick
Aleister Crowley - Intro Magick

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