About

Sang Rouge Terre Blanc is a mystery school for the 21st century.
We draw upon many traditions and paths but have our feet planted firmly in the western mystery tradition.
We are in the process of compiling a preliminary course in Occult Science which will be available from our forthcoming website, later in 2014.

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  1. Hello and thank you for liking my posts, I am new to this blogging lark so it means a lot to me to know that people are enjoying my ramblings and gives me the confidence to write more.
    Love and Light being sent your way
    ~Mystic~x

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    • Please keep blogging! We’ve enjoyed our visits over to your place and look forward to reading many more of your posts in future. Thank you for your comments on our blog, we’ve found them most encouraging.

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  2. Excellent my friends, I’ll be watching for future developments.

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  3. Ashley said:

    Thank you for the like! It means a lot to me that people as knowledgable as you on Beltane approve of my post!

    Keep writing! I like your blog!

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  4. Thank you for reading and liking my posts! I believe WordPress showed that you found me via Google UK – would you mind telling me what your search was, so that I can use similar tags and keywords in the future?
    I look forward to learning from you, as well!
    BB,
    -mya-

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    • We certainly don’t mind, we’d be delighted if we can be of any help. The two search terms in the box were simply, “wordpress” and “lammas” without the quotation marks. We’re sure your blog showed up within the first two pages of search results at the time. A search within the WordPress ‘explore topics’ for Lammas/ Lughnassadh, also brought your post up within the first dozen or so results, so your tagging was working very effectively!

      Just a couple of tips from our own experience; WordPress state that tags are optional but they also go on to say, “Five to 15 tags (or categories, or a combination of the two) is a good number to add to each of your posts. The more tags you use, the less likely it is that your post will be selected for inclusion in the topics listings.” Probably best to avoid under- or over-tagging. We usually go for around 7 to 10 per post.
      Secondly, we like to go for a mix of tags that are general and specific. So for a Lammas post we’d have ‘Lammas’, ‘Lughnassadh’ and ‘Harvest’ in there, but in terms of content we’d maybe go a little more precise with ‘John Barleycorn’, ‘Jack o’ Grain’, etc. We like to visualize ourselves sitting in front of the computer and thinking what terms would we be likely to enter if we were looking for posts on a seasonal celebration, magickal practice, god/goddess, etc. We’re probably just telling you a lot of things you already know, but if not we hope it was of some general help. Blessings, Mya…..SRTB.

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  5. Hello my good friends, I just wanted to highly recommend to you the book ‘The Cross and The Serpent’ by William Haslam. It was written in the 1800s and is out of print now, but it can be ordered and printed specially through Amazon. I’m reading it at the moment and it does a lot to illuminate the history and esoteric mystery of the world’s ‘seemingly contrasting mythologies’ that we are so interested in. I’ve written a preview here: http://sallyshaktiwillow.wordpress.com/2014/07/15/the-cross-and-the-serpent/ and hope you will find it useful. Lammas blessings on their way to you! šŸ™‚

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    • Thank you Shakti, and you’re right, it certainly is a book worth recommending. We’re both familiar with this work and although, as you’ll know, it was written in 1849, it still is a fascinating and remarkable book. Neither of us currently have a copy and thank you for the information about the Amazon special printing. We’ve been looking at it again on Archive.org. The downloadable versions on there are sadly very below par, but it’s much better with the read online option.

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  6. Namaste and Blessed Mabon

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  7. Thank you for visiting my blog and for liking my post ” ‘Tis the Season to be Jolly.”

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  8. It’s so wonderful to see that you have visited my blog and have read and liked my posts. I don’t have a wide audience, but writing is my passion as is The Craft so connecting the two is very rewarding. I am always honored by those who let me know that my thoughts and words have touched them in some way. It’s as if my bliss is following me…
    Thank you, so very much.

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