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Hallowed Light
(Coyle/Winter)

"Hallowed Light" was T. Thorn Coyle's gift to everyone, for Winter Solstice.

T. Thorn Coyle is an internationally respected mentor and teacher of the magical and esoteric arts. The author of Kissing the Limitless and Evolutionary Witchcraft, she hosts the Elemental Castings podcast series, writes a popular weblog, Know Thyself, and has produced several CDs of sacred music. Thorn’s teaching and spiritual direction practices help people worldwide. Pagan, mystic, and activist, she is founder and head of Solar Cross Temple and Morningstar Mystery School and lives by the San Francisco Bay.

Follow T. Thorn Coyle via
thorncoyle.bandcamp.com thorncoyle.com and anthology profile
hermetic.com/anthology/profile/t-thorn-coyle/ Also check out Solar Cross Temple, via solarcrosstemple.org, a temple dedicated to pan-magical practice, worship, education, research and outreach. Some Solar Cross Temple projects include: prison ministry, winter fuel for native elders and other good ventures!

lyrics

We are stars fallen down to earth
Kissed-cold with darkness, burning.
We reckon out each moment from our birth.
Finding new ways to shine.

Band together, earthly ones!
Blend your brightness whole, and sing!
Reclaim the wings of angels, strong,
Bring forth now, the change!

(We are the ones)

We seed the earth,
With hallowed light.
The core burns through
This longest night.

There is no apocalypse to come,
No messiah leads our journey
There is now this chance to turn the wheel,
For sleeping ones to rise!

Band together, earthly ones!
Blend your brightness whole, and sing!
Reclaim the wings of angels, strong,
Bring forth now, the change!

(We are the ones)

We seed the earth,
With hallowed light.
The core burns through
This longest night.

(We are these sleepers, waking from long night.
We are anointed ones who claim this sun
Dawn now. Shine now. Burn brightly. Live.)

credits

from The Hermetic Library Anthology Album - Magick, Music and Ritual 2, released February 4, 2012
Track by T. Thorn Coyle and Winter Jp Sichelschmidt

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