Flat Rate Shipping Australia Wide
Flat Rate Shipping Australia Wide
Cart 0

Question: What is Living Ford Water?

While we are on the subject of Necromancy and Samhain, I was asked today about "Living Ford Water" and its use within the Saining Ceremony.

So first off, this is my opinion from my own experience and my pwn family practice. 

Living ford water, its a term that may sound straightforward, but its meaning goes far beyond a mere physical description. In folklore and mythology, it represents a mystical concept, a symbolic boundary between the realm of the living and the realm of the dead. While it could be interpreted literally as a place where the living and the dead cross paths, its true significance lies in its metaphorical and spiritual implications.

When we talk about living ford water, we're delving into a realm of symbolism and metaphor. It's not just about a stream or a river; it's about a concept that transcends the physical world. It symbolises a place where life and death meet, where the living can connect with the spirits of the deceased, and where magical and spiritual journeys begin.

Living ford water is a powerful symbol of transition and connection. It represents a liminal space, a threshold between two worlds. It's a place where the boundaries between life and death blur, where the veil between the living and the dead is thinnest. Understanding this symbolism is key to appreciating the deeper meanings behind ancient rituals and beliefs.

So what are some examples of Living Ford Water: While the terms is more of a concept than a specific location, there are places in the world that embody its essence. Places like ancient burial grounds, crossroads, caves, and deep forests are all examples of places that could be seen as holders of living ford water or even more simply, places like a puddle in a graveyard. These are places where the boundary between the living and the dead is believed to be especially thin, making them potent sites for spiritual and magical practices.

And that is my explanation of Living Ford Water.

Older Post Newer Post

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published