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Witchcraft and Wicca and Doreen Valiente


Prepared by

Robert Martin, Elder


The Tribe of Dynion Mwyn


Denbigh, Wales

This outer court material was prepared to give new seekers a taste of various "traditional" Witchcraft belief systems and to teach basic magick.  It contains Pictish Faerie myths and workings and was taken from various notes and workshop documents given by Taliesin, myself and others to seekers in Denbigh, Wales throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s.  The knowledge contained herein was also passed on to our American cousins in Georgia and our Canadian cousins through the Nova Scotia grove during the late 60s.   This outer court book of light and shadows WORKS!!......Robert Martin 1987


wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonPREFACE     -          WHAT IS THE FAERIE FAITH? (Below)

Access to the following sections are included in the benefits of a Member of Dynion Mwyn or a Student taking the Correspondence Course (after lesson 7).  Application forms are available elsewhere on this page.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan button ONE             -         INTRODUCTION TO  Y DYNION MWYN

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonTWO              -         THE INNER CIRCLE OF THE FAERIE CRAFT

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonTHREE          -         CIRCLES AND OTHER MEETINGS.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonFOUR            -          BASIC SABBAT RITUAL

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonFIVE              -         INITIATIONS AND OTHER SPECIAL RITUALS

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonSIX                -          CASTING SPELLS AND MAGICAL RESULTS.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonSEVEN         -           CORRESPONDENCES WITH THE DIRECTIONS.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonEIGHT         -           STRUCTURE, ORGANIZATION AND GRADES

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonNINE            -           FAERIE GIFTS AND TEACHINGS

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonTEN                  -            WHAT A NEW WITCH SHOULD KNOW

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonELEVEN       -          THE MANY MAGICKAL SYMBOLS OF THE CRAFT.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonTWELVE      -           THE VIRTUES AND REQUIREMENTS OF A WITCH.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonTHIRTEEN    -           WHAT ARE CRAFT LAWS 

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonFOURTEEN    -          RITUAL DESIGN AND CREATION

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonFIFTEEN        -            CONSTRUCTING TOOLS AND ACQUIRING SUPPLIES.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonSIXTEEN         -           THE WHEEL OF THE YEAR AND SABBAT RITUALS.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonSEVENTEEN  -           SONGS, DANCING AND DRUMMIMG.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonEIGHTEEN     -          VISITING THE OTHERWORLD.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonNINETEEN     -           A HISTORY OF DYNION MWYN AND Y Dynion Mwyn.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonTWENTY        -             UNDERSTANDING THE WELSH TRIADS.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonTWENTY-ONE  -       TALIESIN AND THE MABINOGION.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonTWENTY-TWO   -      THE MANY WELSH GODS AND GODDESSES.

wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan buttonTWENTY-THREE -   THE WELSH MYSTERIES.



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wicca, witchcraft, fantasy, druid, pagan PREFACE   - WHAT IS THE FAERIE FAITH?

Trying to understand the Welsh Faerie Faith can be almost as confusing as trying to understand what Wicca is, because there are so many groups which practice what they term THE Faerie Faith.  There is the Faerie Faith as practiced by Nigel Morris, the pretender; there is the Fari Faith as practiced by Victor Anderson; there is the Fari Goled Faith which in our opinion is a hotbed of Pagan Terrorists; there is the Faerie Faith as practiced by Starhawk, there is the Faerie Faith as practiced by Kisma Stephanich; there is the Faerie Faith as was practiced by Gwydion Penderwen; and there is the Faerie Faith as practiced by Y Dynion Mwyn.  Some of these traditions (except for Y Dynion Mwyn  ) also describe their practices as Wiccan.

The Faerie Faith as practiced by the Welsh Y Dynion Mwyn (Faerie Folk), is based on the Celtic Lore of Dynion Mwyn, the Welsh Wise Ones.  It is not Wicca, we describe our practices as Welsh Witchcraft.

One of the most noticeable differences between the Faerie Faith and Wicca, is that Faerie Witchcraft has an ecstatic and shamanistic orientation.   Because of this Shamanistic orientation, a great emphasis is placed on the study of the OtherWorlds, body awareness, and sexual mysticism.

There are four main Faerie Festivals: October 31, February 2, May 30, and August 1.  They have different names in the Welsh tongue but their core meanings remain the same.  The Solstices and Equinoxes are also observed as a change from one season to the next.  We also recognize certain Faerie Times, when reality as we know it changes and we are between the worlds.  This occurs when there is a major shift in the environment: dawn, dusk, a rainstorm, an eclipse, etc. Finally, the 13 lunar months are observed.

The Welsh Faerie Tradition contains elements of the three Universal Concepts: Shamanism, Pictish/Welsh Witchcraft and The Faerie Faith.  Shamanism is as old and as vast as the night sky; Witchcraft in its various forms, has been a part of humanity since the building of the first communal village; and The Faerie Folk have inhabited the hills, valleys and plains of the Earth since the very beginning of time. The Faerie Tradition is an ecstatic philosophy with an essential belief in the reality of the spirit world.

1.) The Welsh Faerie Shaman, through training or calling, is one who is able to enter that spirit world and work with the unseen forces.  The Faerie Shaman acts as an intermediary between the spirit world and the everyday lives of men and women.  He or she may also guide others to experience the spirit world for themselves and so deepen their spiritual lives.  Through contact with the spirits, the Faerie Shaman can work acts of healing, divination and magic - revealing by way of vision, poetry and myth the deeper reaches of the human spirit.  This component is derived from Native American Shamanism, the Druid philosophy of Wales, and Bards of the Isle of Anglesey.

2.) The Welsh Witchcraft component is that known as Dewianeth Cymry or Gwyddon.  This is the herb woman and "black" man of the village and is known by many other names, least of them Witchcraft.  This component also derives from a tradition of Pictish Witches.   This person did not "worship" as such.  This was the herbal and magickal healer.  The Ovate as such.

3.) The Faerie Faith component is that which connects the two above.  This is a communication with the elementals, the spirits, or fairies, if you will, which work with us and sometimes even against us if we are not strong enough.  The Welsh man sized faerie is called Y Dynion Mwyn  They WILL help if asked nicely and given something in return.  And they have access to much power!!

There are many distinguishing factors which make the Welsh Faerie Faith different from other groups: the use of The Thirteen Faerie Treasures, Faerie Gifts and Faerie Power; achieving ecstatic or alternative states of consciousness; the Vision Quest to the OtherWorlds; a Ecstatic/seasonal/cyclic awareness as well as a fertility orientation; an invocational nature of Natural Magick; and the inviting of the Faeries to the rites, ritual, and Magick of Y Dynion Mwyn.

In the Welsh Faerie Tradition, the natural human body, soul, and mind are seen as beautiful, powerful, and divine. Human beings were not cast out of paradise, they are born into it. Human beings are not born innately evil, they are born innocent with the gift of choice. Human beings do not answer to the laws of an omnipotent god, they answer to Karma and account for their own actions. And the eternal afterlife of a human being is not judged by one lifetime alone; many lifetimes will be traversed before we are all reconnected with divinity.

Finally, in the Faerie Tradition, there is the communion with the ancient divinities of the Spirit World; the Gods and Goddesses, Heroes and Heroines of Wales. The original race of Faeries who first came to the Earth from the Stars were known as the Nephelim, the Old Ones or the people of the Goddess Don. Eventually, when humans came to inhabit the Earth, the Old Ones moved into the Realm of the Faerie, or Faerie Land. We know, speak and commune with them when we travel to their Realm or when they cross over into our reality.




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