Moote In Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales

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There are many different places people say it comes from such as It's orgin is from Regius Poem of about 1390 AD, It is the oldest known Masonic document which is now in a Library. It is used by early Freemasons to regulate to guide the Mason trade and rules of manners and moral conduct. According to Webster's dictionary, the word mote was originally a Saxon verb which meant "must." It appears in the poetry of Geoffrey Chaucer, who used the line The words mote be cousin to the deed in his prologue to the Canterbury Tales. Gerald Gardner, was also known to have Masonic connections. It comes from the Druid revival of 1717 and was put into the Wicca/Witch vocabulary in the 50's by Gerald Gardner. It is customary in contemporary English to end…show more content…
Knowing what you want and stating it that way will help you better understand the knowledge that is behind something it also is great for the pagan/wiccan practices because you are doing things the way you want them to and using your energy and it will help even more so to get the job done so to speak. Knowing what this word is or any word knowing the true meaning of a words is very helpful for what ever you are doing to be able to will things your way you need to know and understand how or why it works the way it does so you know you are doing it correctly. It helps your to connect better with the deities and the four elements even magic. I would used it because it is polite and the way it needs to be in order for you not to be rude you can not just do something and not say thank you in some way and expect it to happen. Do not expect things to happen will it to happen by saying so mote it be and it will happen that way. I was always used to saying "Amen" after every prayer because that what I grew up to know and I was saying to a form that I did not know the true meaning of the word. There are do many different ways that people can twist a word and not even know where it comes from or how it statrted it just gets picked up and sticks understanding the true menaing of a word is so much better
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