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And this is the stick with which all the works of our Elohim were performed, after he had created heaven and earth, and all the host of them, seas, rivers and all their fishes. And when the Elohim had driven Adam from the garden of Eden, he took the stick in his hand and went and tilled the ground from which he was taken. (Jasher 77:42 - 43)
THE STICK OF ELOHIM THE STAFF OF POWER THE ANCIENT STAFF THE ANCIENT CANE THE MAGIC CROOK THE MAGIC STICK THESE ARE ALL NAMES OF A PIECE OF WOOD THAT POSSESSED GREAT POWER. Early manuscripts of magic (grimoires) have many references to the use and importance of the wand in western magic. There are two similar ritual implements commonly described in magical literature: The staff (Latin baculus or bacculus; Italian bastone; French Le baton, bâton) and the wand (Latin Virga or virgulam; Ital. verga; German Stäbchen; French: La verge; In French manuscripts this is sometimes called viere, baguette, baguette magique, baguete, or bagette, also translated as rod). The staff is more the size of a walking stick; the wand is smaller and tapered: The staff is made with elderwood and the wand with hazel, all in all cases the wood being virgin, that is of one year's growth only. They should each be cut from the tree at a single stroke, on the day of Mercury, at sunrise. The characters shown should be written or engraved thereon in the day and hour of Mercury. www.masterteacher33.com
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