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Voice of the Wind


A term used for denoting several things in Wiccan and neo-Pagan cosmology. Frequently it indicates intuitive and psychic abilities. The term applies to a person who feels inspired to chant, or when someone channels it may be said that he or she hears the voice of the wind. Also it can describe a person with the ability to access the Akashic Records and is tapping into ancient memories and secrets. The term also can indicate the person who hears the voices of spirits and fairies.

Sometimes people who feel close to nature use the term voices in the wind to denote the sounds of nature. An example of this would be the wind rustling through the tree leaves; it could be thought the wind and trees are conversing together. Instead of the individual feeling distanced from nature he feels an intimate part of nature, which becomes personified for him. A.G.H.


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