• A person holding spiritual beliefs based on reverence to the earth and natural elements
• A person who doesn’t hold traditional religious beliefs is often pejoratively called a pagan
• Many major holidays have their basic roots in pagan rituals, usurped and adopted by Christianity.
• Wicca is considered a pagan religion
• That which cannot be explained by science.
• Commonly used to refer to such occurrences as spirit sightings and haunted houses.
• May also be used to refer to any psychic/telepathic activity
• A pentagram surrounded by a circle: symbolizes unity and the connection of our being and all elements
• One of the suits of a traditional tarot deck: representing the element of earth
• Traditional symbol for the religion of Wicca, just as a cross is the symbol for Christianity
• Four points represent the elements of air, water, earth and fire; the top point represents spirit
• An Hawaiian breathing technique used in Huna shamanism & healing
• Performed by breathing in while focusing on the top of your head and breathing out while focusing on your belly button
[si-kick / mee-dee-uhm]
• A person who is psychic, but who also communicates with the spirit world
• All mediums are psychic, but not all psychics are mediums
• A Hindu term for “Vital Life Force”, “Life Force Energy” or “Universal Life Force Energy“
• Also known as Ki (Japan), Prana (India) Ha or Mana (Polynesian cultures), Qi (Taoists), Chi (China), Ka (Ancient Egypt)
Purple (as a symbol)
• Spirituality, insight, intuitiveness,
• Royalty, sacred connection to the divine