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This is an old Basque witches' incantation, meaning 'The he-goat above the he-goat below ' . We found it in Michael Harrison's The Roots ofiWitchcraft, liked it and adopted it. THE OPENING RITUAL 4S downwards) , men and women alternately as far as possible . The High Priestess sets the pace-and may sometimes let go of the hand of the man in front of her, and weave the coven after her, in and out like a snake. However complex her weaving, no one must let go, but all must keep moving, still hand-in-hand , till the line unravels itself.
And we are grateful to her for having read this manuscript before publication, at our request, to make sure that we have neither quoted her without acknowledgement nor misquoted her. We believe it is time for this to be done. The confusion and mis representation (sometimes innocent, sometimes deliberate) has gone on long enough, leading even such a distinguished occult historian as our friend Francis King to arrive at mistaken-if understandable--conclusions about it. To clarify sources and origins is not to 'take the mystery out of the Mysteries'.
The High Priestess and High Priest then consecrate the cakes , which are passed round in the normal way . The 'Actual' Ritual The 'actual' Great Rite follows the same procedure as the symbolic one above , with the following exceptions. The woman and man witch are not summoned , and the athame and chalice remain on the altar. When the High Priest reaches " To the wonder and glory of all men " in the Invocation , he stops . The Maiden then fetches her at ham e from the altar and ritually opens a gateway in the Circle by the door of the room.
A Witches' Bible: The Complete Witches' Handbook by Stewart Farrar