A material similar to nickel-clad, though with ozone instead of nickel.
Naked while performing ritual, clad only by the sky. Most witches in fact wear robes.
The practice of performing pagan ceremonials naked in the belief that clothing impedes the release of powers from within.
(Chapter 3) - a word almost exclusively used by the modern pagan community, meaning simply, "clad in nothing but the sky," i.e., naked.
"Clad only in the sky". Ritual nakedness. Some include not wearing jewellery, hair adornments and makeup as being skyclad. Many people believe that when you perform rituals naked you are free from restrictions and falsehood. Some say magick is more powerful when performed in this way.
Clad in the sky, nude.
It is the act of celebrating or doing a magickal working in the nude. Many witches feel that the absence of clothing leaves their energy unhindered during the ceremony.
The witches word for 'ritually naked'
followed by some traditions, but not all; the practice of working in the nude.
Wiccan terminology for nudity.
The wytch's word for 'ritually naked.'
The practice of doing rituals in the nude. Required in some Traditions, but not for all of Wicca.
The practice of performing rituals in the nude; also used as an adjective for those who do so. The practice was taught by Gardner and is still practiced by many, but not all, Wiccan traditions.