Indian Paganism Daily Quotes

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Each day a single Pagan, Hindu or Magickal quote is sent out. The inspiring quotes are taken from a variety of Wiccan, Witchcraft, Classical Pagan (e.g. ancient Greek), Neo-Pagan, Tantrika, Vedic, and Ceremonial Magick sources. Quotes are taken from texts such as Wicca, The Spiral Dance, the Artharva Veda, the Rig Veda, I Am That, The Mahanirvana Tantra, Magick in theory and practice, and Transcendental Magic. Prominent Pagan, Hindu and Magicians quoted include such figures as Doreen Valiente, Stewart Farrar, Ramana Maharshi, H.H. Shantanand Saraswati, Swami Sivananda, Agrippa, and Crowley. See sample quotes below.


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Great Goddess, who art Thou?

She replied: I am essentially Brahman.

From Me has proceeded the world comprising Prakriti and Purusha,

the Void and the Plenum.

I am bliss and non-bliss.  

Knowledge and ignorance are Myself.

I am the five elements and also what is different from them,

the panchabhutas and tanmatras.  

I am the entire world.

I am the Veda as well as what is different from it.

I am unknown; I am born Below and above and around am I.


From: Devibhagavata Purana, p376-8, Part II, Chapter VIII, translated by Swami Vijnanda (1923).


Witches are practical people;

philosophy to them is not just an intellectual exercise -

they have to put it into practice in their everyday lives,  

and in their working,

if philosophy is to have any meaning.    


From: A Witches' Bible, part 2, p109, by Janet and Stewart Farrar, published by Phoenix Publishing (1984).


 I am unique. 

There is no one else exactly like me.

And yet I am One with the whole of Nature.  

I have the right to be what I am,

My essential Self is divine and beautiful.

I have the right also to be better than I am,  

that the outer manifestation may be more true to the inner reality.  

Beloved Pan, and all other gods who haunt this place,

grant me beauty in the inward soul,

and may the outward and the inward life be at one.


      From: Witchcraft for Tomorrow, p162, by Doreen Valiente, published by Robert Hale (1996)


When a soul is out of the cocoon of the three bodies

it escapes forever  from the law of relativity

and becomes the ineffable Ever-Existent.  

Behold the butterfly of Omnipresence,

its wings etched with stars and moons and suns! 

The soul expanded into Spirit remains alone in the region of lightless light,

darkless dark, thoughtless thought,

intoxicated with its ecstasy of joy in God's dream of cosmic creation.


    From: Autobiography of a Yogi, p490, Chapter 43, by Paramahansa Yogananda, published by Rider (1996).


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