The Veelas, also known as the Vily; the Eastern European name
for "the Goddess of energy moving through the earth as nature" They
were an ancient Kith long before the Sidhe rose to
dominance over western Kithain. They live mostly in
Eastern mountains and forests. They were born from the primordial worship of
the Great Mother in Her warrior aspect.
The Veelas prowled the land from Scythia in the south to the Capland in the
north sharing dominion with their cousins the Valkyries.
They enjoy their most satisfying relationships with trolls. The Veelas
are extremely given over to honor and battle.
When in battle a Veela can target a specific victim by pointing at them or
calling out their name. She then engages in a contest of will power and if
victorious spins a point of glamour...her opponent is immediately overwhelmed
with horrific images detailing precisely when, how,
and where they are to die. If the victim survives this, images imported will
haunt him in the form of nightmares, possible derangement and spawning of
Sadly, the numbers of Veelas declined dramatically, their freeholds devoured by
the banality and numbing force of human disbelief and of course modern
warfare of mass slaughter. The few remaining flocked to Concordia and the
blast of woman's right movement empowered the Veelas
who have been on an upswing ever since; becoming heavenly involved in efforts
to improve the lot of women across the world. The Veelas
inspire awe in women and a certain spavined feeling in the men who are sure
of their superiority for no better reason then their sex.
Their Favorite colors are white and silver
The planet they are associated with is Venus
The second day of August is a sacred day for the Veelas, and all the fairy
folk, do not harvest any plants nor clean with water, on this day.
Ritual by Medussa
If you should want to meet a Veelas, for healing, wealth or for any other
reason, be warned... They are wild and their integrity strong and unusual,
you must be careful. However, if you approach one correctly, she can be an
honorable, powerful and delightful friend and ally.
First you will need a gift to bring them, some honey or dimes or even sweet bread. Dress in white or wear
something silver. Bring a piece of white cloth with you to deposit your gift on.
Go to a secluded forest or mountain. With great respect walk calmly to a tree that seems to call for
you. Cast your circle, at this point you can sit, kneel or stand, which ever
position you feel is right. Place your right hand on the tree and say:
"Greetings (name the tree) I have come to meet
with a Veela, please send a message to Her that I come with the outmost respect."
Sit, kneel or stand, close your eyes and focus on the darkness of the minds eye
(the darkness that is automatically
there when you close your eyes). See that darkness filled with a glowing
silvery white light. Feel the magic start to swirl around you, bathing you in
its beauty and its magic. Enjoy this moment, drink in the magic for a minute,
let it cleanse you. Into that glowing mist call out for a Veela. Don't demand a visit, for we do not
control them. Invite Her with warmth, courtesy and good will. You will soon
feel Her presence, greet her with dignity. Ask Her name and her need of you.
Don't make an agreement lightly with the Veela.
They take commitment very seriously. Visit with Her and if you like, ask of
her something you need. In return give her the gift you have brought (deposit
the gift at the foot of the tree on the white piece of cloth you brought).
Once you have befriended a Veela, she will be at your side forever, so be sure to
visit Her in this matter again and again. For now, say Farwell. Open your
circle and leave without taking anything back of what you brought with you.
Be sure to ground after doing this ritual, to make your mind concentrate on the physical things.
Drawing and ritual are original works by Medussa
Picture taken from http://www.4witches.com/pics/hj-vila.jpg
Some information taken from Anna Sophia Marashinsky's "
The Goddess Oracle"
365 Goddess by Patricia Telesco
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