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Mabon: The Autumn Equinox, named after the God Mabon.

Magic: The Art of bringing about changes in the physical world by the use of the powers of the mind; bending reality to one's will.

Magus: A master magician; one who has truly mastered the Art.

Majesty: Great and impressive dignity.

Mantra: A sacred chant or sound in toned silently as part of a meditaiton ritual, often to achieve union with Divinity.

Measure: Length of cord used to measure a witch's height, etc., at the time of their initiation. Sometimes the cingulum is used for this purpose

Meditation: A technique of mind-control that promotes a feeling of tranquility and peacefulness.

Menorah: The Menorah is one of the oldest symbols of the Jewish faith, a seven-branched candelabrum used in the Temple.

Midsummer's Eve: The Summer Solstice, falls between June 21st-25th. Pagan holiday honoring the Sun God.

Moderation: The avoidance of extremes in one’s actions or opinions.

Morale: The level of confidence or optomism in a person or group. Morality: Behaviour in relation to accepted moral standards of goodness and decency.




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