Full Moon

Full Moon Invocation
adapted from Doreen Valiente
in Witchcraft For Tomorrow

O Goddess of the Rounded Moon,
The queen of all enchantments here,
The wind is crying through the trees,
As we invoke thee to appear.

The cares of day departed are,
The realm of night belongs to thee;
And we in love and kinship join
With all things that are wild and free.

As powers of magic round us move,
Now let time’s self dissolve and fade.
Here in place between the worlds
May we be one with nature made.

Thy consort is the Hornèd One,
Whose sev’n-fold pipes make music sweet.
Old Gods of life and love and light
Be here as merrily we meet!

For ye the circle’s round we tread,
And unto ye the wine we pour;
The sacred Old Ones of this land,
Ye we invoke by ancient lore –

By magic moon and pagan spell,
By all the secrets of the night,
Dreams, desires and mystery,
Borne on the moonbeam’s silver light.

Now may we hear, or may we see,
Or may we know within the heart,
A token of true magic made,
Ere from this circle we depart.

O goddess-queen of night,
O Hornèd One of might,
In earth and sky and sea
May peace and blessing be!

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About John Beckett

I’m a Druid in the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids. I’m an ordained priest in the Universal Gnostic Fellowship. I’m the Coordinating Officer of the Denton, Texas Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans. This year I’m also serving as a member of the Board of Trustees of CUUPS National. I’m a member of the Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.

I write as a spiritual practice. It helps me organize my thoughts and work through ideas and concepts. It helps me evaluate my beliefs and practices against my core values and against what I know (or at least, what I think I know) to be true. It helps me interpret my experiences (religious and otherwise) in ways that are both meaningful and honest.


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