Witchcraft Introductory Study Course


The Great God Pan

Open Letter | What is Welsh Faerie Witchcraft | Thirteen Treasures Correspondence Course | Questionnaire
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Welsh and Celtic Mythology | Legends of the Old Religion | Legend of the Lady | Legend of the Horned God | Legend of Lillith
Maya | The Goddess | The Horned God | The Welsh Family of Gods | The Many Other Names of the Goddess
The Great God Pan | Names of the God | Welsh Faerie Quarters | The Four Basic Tools | The Picts | Catal Huyuk | Lesson 1 Exam

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He is the goat-foot God of death and rebirth. He is the Horned God of the wild places and keeper of the Summerland. He causes fear in the hearts of man and beast. He is the protector of shepherds, of male animals, of the forests, mountains, and wastelands. He plays his reed pipes to raise the north winds. He is Gwern, oldest of the Gods. Lugh is his solar self. His sign is Capricorn and his ruling sign is Saturn/Cronos.

The pine tree and its branches are sacred to him. He loves the perfumes of the cedar and balsam. The mighty oak tree is his wisdom.

Pan is father of all living things upon the earth. He is jolly and terrifying; his temper is great. He gives of his essence to the high priest, his representative.



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