Keys and crossroads,
In the secrets of two torch's flames,
Are mysterious codes
Even Zeus fears Her many names.
Obsidian ophidians and onyx wolves scatter,
And become dear guides,
To those She thinks matter.
In a voice like fog She confides,
To Her Witches, Priests, and Priestesses,
Trickles of Her mysteries,
Almost like pages of Her diaries.
I hear the wisdom of Hekate's soul,
Dragons confirm Her ancient truth,
In Her scrying bowl,
She sees me wild and uncouth,
She delights in my dancing to Her song in the center of the Crossroads.
So this will be my online grimoire. I usually keep a more private, written, account of my magikal dealings, but I figured I’d keep a more public one too. My magikal name is 龙凤 (LongFeng) often used as FengLong. Nevertheless, Dragon Phoenix is what I am referred to in the Otherwords. This name was given to me by the Goddess Longmu, mother of dragons…well at least the Chinese ones.
My intent is not to offend anyone with my path, however being the manic eclectic that I am, I’m sure I will eventually. If you are offended then please just leave and don’t read anymore of my posts. No need to get your karma dirty. However, I just report what I see, feel, hear, touch, smell, and yes even taste in the spiritual realm. That can mean in the astral dealing with the otherworlds or what’s right here in front of me in this corporeal realm.
You should know I am a Godspouse, spiritspouse, and have spiritual children with these deities and spirits. Sex magik is one of my main forms of magik and while I am open for discussion on such topics I don’t wish to go into too much detail about that. My other forms of magikal practices include necromancy, weather and elemental magick, spells, energy work, herbal and crystal magiks, sigils, deity worship, and music and art magik. I am constantly growing in my craft and so there will be, I’m sure, new growth to come.
I hope you can learn from my victories as well as my misfortunes. Show me respect and I’ll show you the same.
Today, as I write this, it is Yule 2020. To pay my respects I dedicate this post to Odin the Alfather. May this coming year be better than the last and may the Norse Gods bless anyone reading this. Happy witching!