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Namapathy
The practice of conducting healing through combining sound and music composed for the specific purpose of healing.
Namaste
A Hindu term meaning "I salute the divinity in you". Usually said with the palms pressed together in front of the chest and with a slight bow.
Names, Law of
“Knowing the complete and true name of an object, being or process gives one complete control over it.”
Nature Divas
An order of divine angels that govern the realms of nature, such as Air, Earth, Water, Fire, Plants and Animals.
Nature Spirits
An order of spiritual beings beneath Nature Divas, who act as nature messengers between the spiritual and physical realms. Often called Nature Sprites.
Near Death Experience
(NDE) To be declared clinically dead and returned to life remembering the experience of the Life Force leaving the physical body and the reason for returning.
Necromancer
1A magician and psychic who specializes in “summoning” the spirits of dead persons, usually without possession, in order to gain both occult and mundane knowledge, which is then used for thaumaturgical, theurgical and non-magical purposes. 2Generally, anyone who does any form of divination involving the dead. (See Medium.)
Necromancy
A practice of magick, completely different from Witchcraft, main belief is in using stolen energy from other beings instead of given energy from yourself or the earth.
Negapsi/Reversing
An anti-psi ability to reverse all or part of the information content of a psi broadcast or field.
Negativity
An energetic force that breaks the means by which one merges (usually meditation) and feeds upon itself. Associated with the Dark One(s). (See Positivity)
Neladoracht
Divination by clouds.
Nemeton
Sacred grove or enclosure marked by a pillar or tree.
Nemetos
Holy or sacred.
Nenadmim
Apple cider.
Neo-Pagan
Literally, a ‘new Pagan’. General term for followers of Wicca and other magickal, humanistic, and polytheistic Earth-based religions.
Neo-Shamanism
‘New-Shamanism’. Many forms of modern shamanism exist, but they have roots, of course, in ancient shamanic practices.
Neophyte
A newcomer to the Pagan Path. These are those interested in learning about the Craft. Those whom have been accepted by a coven, but have not yet completed their traditional one year and one day of study to become a full member of that coven. This is the vital step on your Pagan Path.
New Age
The current mixing of metaphysical practices with a structured religion.
New Moon
The Moon when it is not illuminated by direct sunlight. The Moon as Maiden.
Nifelheim
Home of the frost giants in Norse mythology.

Night Witches : A force or person who works their magickal practices only at night for the purposes of creating negative energies, spells or prayers.

Nine Maidens, The
These are the Nine laws of Metaphysics. They are as follows; 1: The Law of Rebound, 2: The Law of Requests, 3: The Law of Challenge, 4: The Law of Equalities, 5: The Law of Balance, 6: The Law of Summons, 7: The Law of Polarities, 8: The Law of Cause and Effect, and 9: The Law of Abundance.
Nirvana
In Buddhism, Sanskrit and Vedic, the state of perfect spiritual bliss achieved by the absorption of the soul into the supreme spirit.
Nitwitchery
1A showoff and braggart 2One who is inconsiderate and insulting 3One who is self-aggrandizing at the expense of other's feelings, even one who is exploitative of their knowledge and in their practices.
Nodes
In astrology, nodes are the places where a planet or the Moon crosses the ecliptic. An ascending node is a crossing from south to north; and a descending node crosses north to south.
Norse
Combination of Germanic tribes who moved northward and settled in Scandinavia, Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Notch
The short lines or dots used to indicate the vowels of the Oghamic system.
Novena
A period of nine consecutive days when one practices their spiritual beliefs through prayers and devotions.
Numen
Energy forms with awareness.
Numerology
The numerical interpretation of numbers, dates, and the number value of letters.
Nymph
Any group of minor nature Goddesses living in trees, rivers and woodland areas.
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