Talisman- An object that has been magickally charged in order to bring something to the bearer.

Tarot- A deck of (usualy) 78 cards which hold images that connect the diviner with the energies. The cards can be used to determine a wide range of things as well as being part of a specific ritual.

Tasseography- Divination by reading tea leaves.

Telekinesis- A form of psychokinesis which involves moving objects with the mind without ever physically coming in contact with them.

Telepathy- Unspoken (psychic) communication between two minds.

The Threefold Law- States that whatever you do, good, or bad will return to you three times over.

Thelema- Religious beliefs that are founded on magic within the Christian pantheon.

Theurgy- Magick involving the use of divine spirits and oneness or closeness with one's God/Deitie(s).

Third Eye- The psychic eye, not physically visible, but mental. Located in the middle of the forehead.

Three-fold Law- A Wiccan principle which originated from the teachings of Gerald Gardner. It states that any action made by a person will be returned them three times as powerfully, whether the action was good or bad. By this law, you are encouraged to do good things so that you will be rewarded later on with three times the benevolence, as opposed to bad things which result in thrice the consequence.

Totem Animal- A spirit guide in the form of an animal who chooses to accompany you. This tradition is derived from Native American spirituality.

Traditional- Sects or groups which practice Wicca. Each tradition has a different set of rules and guidelines by which it follows, so when one chooses a tradition, one much be aware of the facets of the tradition and believe that the rules suit them best. Some examples of traditions are Gardnerian, Alexandrian, Celtic, Faery, and Strega.

Tradition, Wicca- An organized, structured, specific Wiccan subgroup. Much like Christianity has denominations each with their own style, Wicca has many traditions (and some Wicca follow no specific tradition see eclectic Wicca). Common examples include Garnerian, Seax (not sex), Dianic, Faery, Pecti, Teutonic, Caledoni, Alexandrian, and there are many others...

Transmutation- The work of alchemy, changing base metals and elements into precious things.

Tree Calendar- The celtic system of reckoning the 13 lunar months of the year by assigning each a sacred tree.

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