Master List

  • Questions And Our Answers So Far


      • What Is Our Theology?

        • We Are Divine
        • The Gods Are Real, and have limitations and personalities and agendas
        • Familiar Spirits inhabit their own multiverses as well as ours
        • Elemental Beings are constants between ALL multiverses
        • Incarnations We and Familiars can incarnate in all places and at all times simultaneously, but choose to perceive ourselves in a specific time and place
        • It is our task, among others, to turn the Age and create/decide on the path for each new Age
        • It is our task, among others to find and bring back what was lost regarding the Old Religion, in new forms
        • It is our task, among others to restore balance (taking a burden)
        • It is our task, among others  to seperate the chaff from the wheat (winnowing)
      • What Is Our Mythology?

        • The Wasteland (Arthurian, Fallout’s DC/Mojave)
        • The Phoenix (Transformation of South Goddess)
        • Transformation Of The Muse
        • The Inmost Divine Self
        • Origin Of Our Symbols/Totems
        • The Seeders/Intelligent Design
        • The Multiverse
        • The Web/Conduit
        • Witches, Werewolves & Vampires, Oh My! (Vampiric Myths/Benendante)
        • “Done Deals” (Oathes mean something)
        • The Importance of Oracles
        • The Starchild
      • What Is The Nature Of Our ‘Sacred Space/World’?

        • How Do We Create It In Physicality (I.E. Ritual Space)?
          • A Journey To Create/Discover And Open The Doors
          • Building A Foundation
      • Who Inhabits Our Sacred World?

        • The Mighty Dead
        • Totems
      • What Are Our Ritual Practices?

    • Contact With The Gods?

      • Invocations
      • Dreams/Visions
      • “Mastering” The Gods
    • Contact With Other Beings?

      • Invocations
      • Dreams/Visions
      • Opening Ourselves To Their Messages
      • Opening Doors In the Multiverse
    • We Are Divine

    • Gobah



There is a place where witches go that is not a place. It is everywhere and nowhere, and it is there that past, present, and future meet. It has had many names over the centuries and in as many countries—Venusburg in Germany, Blockula in Sweden, Benevento in Italy, just to name a few.

It has been described in many ways, as well. In the case of the 15th century villages of Mohra and Elfdale, Sweden, Blockula, it is a “delicate large meadow, whereof you can see no end. The place or house they met at had before it a gate painted with divers colors; through this gate they went into a little meadow distinct from the other, where the beasts went that they used to ride on.”1 The beasts that they used to ride there were primarily goats, though the witches sometimes claimed to use men or poles to ride to Blockula as well.

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