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« Reply #8: October 10, 2007, 11:53:41 am »

Hello all, I am trying to start doing my own rituals which is a bit different from just being a part of an open circle, so I am going to put some of the tools I've gathered over the last year or so to use...

I know the idea is generally that the tools should be "cleansed" of negative energy or influences before being introduced into ritual.  Of course this is followed by the consecration of the tools, but I am not quite there yet, so I am focused right now on the removal of astral gunk primarily.

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I find it rather weird that I was just reading a piece in my book that was on sacred/profane objects (Pharmako/Poeia by Dale Pendell).

He's actually quoting bits of the Bible (if I'm reading "Rom 14:" correctly; if not, oops!). "I am absolutely convinced, as a Christian that nothing is impure in itself; only, if a man considers a particular thing impure, then to him it is impure ... "

Food for thought? I hope. Smiley
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