COMET SIGHTINGS AN OMEN OF THE WICCANS TO COME?
Hans Glasser's Broadsheet chronicled
a fantastic aerial battle (left), seen in the sky over Nuremberg on
April 14, 1561:
"These all started to fight among themselves...thereafter, the
globes in the small and large rods flew into the sun. Besides,
the globes flew back and forth among themselves for over an hour
... they evenually wasted away on the earth with immense smoke."
Wiccans at work at a typical pagan altar. On it are the
Goddess and God statues, a bell, two candles, a candle snuffer, and two items
in their hands (the ritual tools), an athame (dagger) and a chalice (the cup).
It is traditional to orient your altar to one of the cardinal
directions, which one is is up to you or your tradition. North is the most
common orientation, but some witches who follow the Alexandrian tradition
prefer the east, and the Irish tradition faces west. Its all good.