Stirring the Cauldron. By Marla Brooks. Marla Brooks.
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Listen on Apple Podcasts. Along with the bear, horses are a primary creature associated with shamanism and traditions influenced by it. They appear in 25,year-old cave paintings, such as those at Lascaux. The spirit of the horse exists in the subconscious minds of humans and takes shape in various forms, whether as a symbol of fertility in the land, as in Celtic mythology, or as a psychopomp, which leads the dead to the next world. The horse has made its way into the current of our collective unconscious as a universal archetype. Horse Magick contains spells, rituals, chants, and meditations for many purposes, loosely based around equine imagery. Numerous traditions are represented, as are many deities, including Athena, Epona, and Baba Yaga.
There is one area in the paranormal realm that is still quite controversial and that is the subject of Paganism and witchcraft. From witches to paranormal investigators and authors, astrologers, parapsychologists, tarot readers, psychic mediums and everything in between, they all come join me for a little bit of cauldron stirring. Along with the bear, horses are a primary creature associated with shamanism and traditions influenced by it.