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Marcheyre Rhinnings

Marcheyre Rhinnings

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Marcheyre Rhinings is a compilation of essays about the esoteric Rounwytha tradition of The Order of Nine Angles, and includes: *Alchemical Seasons and The Fluxions of Time. *Denotatum – The Esoteric Problem With Names. * The Ancient Wisdom of the Isles of Briton. * Our Sinister Feminine Archetype. * Sapphic Sorcery - In Praise of The Feminine.
Marcheyre Rhinings is a compilation of essays about the esoteric Rounwytha tradition of The Order of Nine Angles, and includes: *Alchemical Seasons and The Fluxions of Time. *Denotatum – The Esoteric Problem With Names. * The Ancient Wisdom of the Isles of Briton. * Our Sinister Feminine Archetype. * Sapphic Sorcery - In Praise of The Feminine.

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Marcheyre RhiningsBeing Some Writings Relating To The RounwythaIntroduction
This collection of essays is concerned, in the main, with part of the aural Rounwytha(or Camlad) tradition of the esoteric association known as The Order of Nine Angles.The recent essays by me included in this compilation had their genesis in questionsasked of me by some academics interested in the ONA and our aural traditions, andalso in the desire by some long-standing ONA folk for me to pen some scribblingsabout the Rounwytha tradition itself thus making this tradition more known,especially given the world-wide expansion of the ONA itself over the past decade orso.In one or two of these essays - for example, the one entitled
The Rounwytha Way - Our Sinister Feminine Archetype 
- suggestions have been made as to how this traditionmight usefully be developed.The Rounwytha Tradition was and is part of the aural tradition of a few paganindividuals - mostly women - who had their rural living in the border area betweenEngland and Wales, and in particular in parts of rural South Shropshire, and areasaround the Camlad and Trefyclawdd. According to aural accounts, in origin this tradition - which tradition it should beremembered was that of a small local area - dates to before the Roman conquest of  Albion; to the
tyma
of small clans and tribes, and small rural communities of 'free menand women'. It was, however, not a static but a dynamic tradition, slowly changed insome ways over millennia but retaining its esoteric, pagan, essence.The Rounwytha (
var.
Rhinwytha) was an individual, regarded as wise, who was skilledin certain common esoteric matters, such as foreseeing, charms, and curing ailments- especially those attributed to what came to be called effluviums [1] - but who andimportantly was also considered as an essential and balancing link between the seen(the ordinary) world and the strange world or worlds beyond the seen (the known).Thus it was the Rounwytha who knew the propitious
tyma
for certain communal
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celebrations and propitiations. And all this because they were naturally gifted - orhad developed - the skill, the secret, of empathy:
of sympatheia with fluxions 
[2]; thatis, they possessed an acausal-knowing of all Life: human, animal, of Nature, and of 'the heavens' (the Cosmos). As mentioned in one of the essays included here:" The Rounwytha needs no props, no outer causal forms, no esotericceremonies, rituals, chants, or whatever. They just
are 
– they just areuniquely themselves, with their gifts, their abilities, their foibles, theirknowing and their skills."
The Rounwytha Way - Our Sinister Feminine  Archetype 
In addition, as I wrote elsewhere:"Our esoteric aural traditions are just that: aural, with few if anyexplanations or elucidations, aural or written. In many instances, theseaural traditions are just stories and tales, akin to folk myths and legends,and [...] they are to be accepted, or rejected, on that basis, with their beingno demand that our people ‘must believe’ in them or that they are accurateand/or describe historical events."Thus we make no claim as to the veracity of such traditions, historical or otherwise, itbeing for each individual to assess and thence to accept or reject such auraltraditions. All we claim is that they are our aural traditions; are esotericallyinteresting, and - for us - are esoterically relevant and Aeonically important. They alsoin many instances are somewhat heretical, challenging as they do Magian archetypesand abstractions, Magian Occultism, and also the beliefs and assumptions of theOcculte
status quo 
. A few other non-Rounwytha essays - such as
The Noble Guide To The Dark Arts 
- havealso been included here, for context.In addition:" The ONA employs a variety of specialist esoteric terms, such a nexion,presencing, acausal, Tree of Wyrd, and so on. It also needs to be understoodthat the ONA uses some now generally used exoteric terms - such aspsyche, and archetype - in a particular and precise
esoteric 
way, and thussuch terms should not be considered as being identical to those used byothers and defined, for example, by Jung."
Order of Nine Angles - Marcheyre Rhinings2 of 39O9
 
Thus those unfamiliar with ONA terms are advised to consult
 A Glossary of Some ONA Terms 
, ≥ v. 3.03 Anton Long
 Ane Orible Dragone 
Order of Nine Angles123 yfayenNotes:[1] That is, the egress into and out from the body of some imperceptible and harmful
ðing 
or
ðingges 
; what today we might describe as 'energies/emanations' and whatmore Nazarene-inclined folks might describe and have described as 'demons', butwhich in olden times were just viewed as 'unlucky' wyrd, often considered caused bysome deed or by some transgression.[2] Fluxions are described in the essay, included here, entitled
 Alchemical Seasons and The Fluxions of Time.
Denotatum – The Esoteric Problem With Names
ONA Esoteric Notes – Rounwytha 3
The esoteric problem with denoting, by means of an ascribed name or a givenexpression, is essentially two-fold. First, esoteric-empathy [1] inclines us toward aknowing of the numinous essence that such a denoting obscures or hides, and part of which essence is a revealing of ourselves as but one nexion to all other Life, sentientand otherwise. The second problem with denoting is that there exists in variousancestral cultures world-wide (including some Indo-European ones) [2] an older auraltradition of how it is not correct – unwise – to give names to some-things, and of howsome ‘names’ are ‘sacred’ because their very use is or could be an act of what wewould now describe as sorcery/magick and which naming and which use of suchnames often tends toward disrupting the harmony between individuals, family,community, land, ancestors, ‘heaven and earth’, that many folk traditions weredesigned to aid.Thus there is a different and almost entirely unrecorded folk tradition which isunrelated to the tradition of myths and legends about named divinities, be suchdivinities Sumerian, Egyptian, Pheonician or whatever, and which myths and legendswe are all now familiar with and which traditions of myths and legends include, for
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