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Witchcraft fiesta for the female Initiates: “Brida” of Paulo Cuelho

Posted on: March 14, 2011

Witchcraft fiesta for the female Initiates: “Brida” of Cuelho

Witchcraft initiations are done twice a year during the equinox days.  The days when daylight is equal to the night hours.  Supposedly on March 21, the first day of spring and the date on the first day of autumn.

Brida has successfully passed several ritual tests demonstrating her “gifts” inherited from previous re-incarnations as a professional witch.

For example, Brida did it twice, within one week, experiencing orgasm with flying color, once with her young boyfriend and another time with her older “Other part” Magician (recognized by a luminous spot over the left shoulder).

As her five senses converged and she was conscious of her five senses simultaneously, it was the hint that she is ready to unite with the spirit of the universe.  Thus, she was to have intercourse and reach orgasm as all five senses vanish and the outside world becomes void and null to all her senses.

For example, on the first full moon night:

1. Brida is to bring a cup-full of water and let the moon shine on the water and let the reflection of her face coincide with the moon picture.

2. Brida is to plunge a knife in the water several times to disturb the picture.

3. Brida is to select her favorite leisure location and bring a vision of her favorite commercial street and focus on the entrance of a shop and see the inside design…

4. Then, Brida is to walk into the shop and check that her vision was very accurate.

Brida accompanied Wicca, her master of the “Tradition of the moon”, to the “sacred forest” were witches used to meet, before Christianity banned these ceremonies.  Brida is stretched with eyes closed and Wicca doing her incantations.

Brida starts into a long journey, through her past lives, and revisit the time when she was badly wounded during the siege of the Cathars in the 12th century and how she decided to be burned alive by the Cathar high-priest as martyr.

The Cathars is a sect that grew in importance in the 11th century in the region bordering France and Spain:  The sect believed that what is evil remains evil, and what is good remains good no matter how man decides to change things.  Things like that.

The party or the initiation is a true fiesta.

Each invited person of both genders, is aware of the exact purpose of the party, bring along a bonbone or demijohn of wine.  The master witch of the ceremony makes sure that vibrations among the invitees are friendly and wine glasses are distributed.

The party progress in conversation, singing of mantras, music, and rhythmic banging on the demijohn until the people are in trance but conscious of what is happening.

The witches to be initiated are dancing around the bonfire and feel hot and get totally naked while the invitees resume their rhythms unabated.  The ceremony will not start until the master witch feels that everyone is relaxed and participating in the fiesta.

Wicca starts her incantation, mentioning St.Paul, the Virgin Mary, and Jesus and remind the people that witches have been burned alive in previous generation…

The initiated witches lie down naked, facing the ground, around the bonfire and they go into vision trips, meeting with the dead masters of the living master witch and receiving their blessings and recommendation…Things like that.

The initiates donned long black robes and people stay around as the bonfire is still on, drinking and conversing…

Question:  Wouldn’t the ceremony be intact and successful according to tradition if Christian saints are not mentioned?

These ceremonies have been conducted since time immemorial before Christianity came to exist; so why complicating the original ceremonies with irrelevant additions?

It is as if the revised ceremonies are sending the message that all Christian saints were actually witches and magicians and comprehended the “Tradition of the moon” or the “Tradition of the sun”?

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