On Tuesday, the 10th of June, I constructed the Cum N Get It Mojo. I actually made two of them (one for myself and one for the hubs, because, as I said in Muck Fuck Mojo, we’re in an open relationship now, fulfilling a certain dream we’ve both had), which took close to the full hour. I’d finished them up just in time. Now, if you know me fairly well as a Witch, you know I’m all about the Witch’s Pyramid (not Witches because that’s plural, and the name of it should show ownership, not plurality, grammatically speaking – yes,
I was inspired with this three-stanza poem several years ago. Eventually, it became a song for me that I sing in my personal rituals at home.
Week Eight has been about the three selves. Most people associate the idea of the Three Selves with Feri ala Victor and Cora Anderson, which Victor apparently adopted from Huna. Because Francesca DeGrandis was trained in Feri and then founded The Third Road, it makes sense. But just a quick side note: Feri isn’t the only Tradition that utilized this information in its work. So did the Tradition in which I was trained. I still use the Three Selves concept in my practice in the ways in which I was taught. (Part of what my Tradition does with the Three
I don’t know if I’ve ever mentioned it before, but I tend to have fairly regular encounters with the Fey these days. I have for years, but they’ve become more frequent. (I don’t care if you think I’m nuts.) They tend to hang around the Musclewood Tree in the back yard (also called American Hornbeam). Anyhow, I don’t get to write poetry much, save for when I’m really, really inspired with it, and this one came to me about mid-May 2014, when I had my first encounter of this year with my Faery Friends.
I believe part of this came from Deborah Harkness. I’m not certain that she wrote the original, as I’ve seen it in many places, but hers is the first I thought about when I decided to put this chant here. I believe Deborah’s version might’ve only gone up to six, but I could be mistaken there, as well. At any rate, I’ve taken the liberty of rearranging some of it for my own use. I just recently rediscovered this chant in one of my journals.