Wiccan Adornment – Flowers in Your Hair

A Summer Crown

Dress up this Midsummer with a flower crown! Popular from the Nordic countries and especially relevant when celebrating Midsummer of the Summer Solstice, a flower crown is a beautiful adornment women (or posh pups!) wear around there heads. Made with silk, paper or real flowers, the crown is woven into a circlet and designed to … Continue reading Wiccan Adornment – Flowers in Your Hair

Midsummer

Celebrating the Summer Solstice

Midsummer is a magickal time of year.  From our ancient ancestors we have an appreciation for the longest day, promising sun and a long growing season. Midsummer is celebrated by eating fresh, seasonal foods, such as delicious strawberries Wearing beautiful adornment like these gorgeous coronets Walking and enjoying the beauty of nature And, finally, with … Continue reading Midsummer

The Basics of Witchcraft – Part 1

In my previous post Wiccan Adornment, I said I was going to go into detail about different types of adornment and their powers and properties, but when I sat down to write that post I kept getting stumped by all the Knowledge you need to have built up or access to so you're able to … Continue reading The Basics of Witchcraft – Part 1

Wiccan Adornment

Wiccan Adornment

I think adornment is very important in witchcraft.  What we wear, from feathers, beads and ties in our hair, to the gems in our ears and amulets and charms around our necks to chains and bracelets on our bodies and rings on our fingers, they all have a purpose, not only in making us look … Continue reading Wiccan Adornment

The Power of Nature

The Power of Nature

As a witch, I love nature.  Its power and beauty speak to me, its energy feeds my soul and provides the source of my magick. Many cultures and spiritual beliefs are based on the idea that there is a spirit in everything, that trees and plants and animals have souls and that energy runs through … Continue reading The Power of Nature

The Magick of Roses

The Magick of Roses

How to Use Wild Roses Specifically wild roses.  They grow beautifully and plentifully in my region, along the sides of the road, in parks and as garden hedges. The delicately scented and graceful flower is a wonderful metaphor for witchcraft.  Beauty, power and light with the danger of the prick of thorns if you're not … Continue reading The Magick of Roses