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What is drawing down the moon and how do you do it?

Author: Strix d' Emerys

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In the past priestesses/priests called down the Moon. The Moon has
always played and important part in ancient religions. They realized
how it’s shape affected those under it’s reflective light.
They also came to understand how the moon also affected the waters of
life. The Moon is the focal point of power upon the Earth. The Moon soon
became known as a Women’s source of power. As women's biology is more
attuned to the moon than men’s.

Receiving the Moon's light: There are several ways of doing this. One way is to use a mirror and
draw the moon’s light through the reflection. Another, though
not always practical is to call upon the Moon, while naked, laying down to
form a “X” anointed in “moon“ oil. However, the
simplest, and most practical, is to wait until the moon is full, open your
arms wide, catch the halo around the moon, out of the corner or your eye,
open you third eye, and draw it in.

Hope This helps!

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