Be aware of the power of a winter moon.
In pagan tradition and witchcraft there is a strong focus on balance. The pagan calendar is a regenerative cycle where death is a part of life and change is acknowledged as a part of life and all things.
I don't know what it means to be a member of a coven. While in some ways I'd love to have one, I'm also very solitary and not remotely interested in politics, pressure or hierarchies. I've recently gotten on to various social media platforms (Follow Me!) to try and connect in the cyberspace to other … Continue reading Building Coven
Fall, Thanksgiving and Halloween - pagan spirituality and the magick of the season
Where it All Began - Tears of the Moon and Sorcerer's Stones
Waxing Moon and Drawing Magick
Sea & Mist - Barefoot Path Spirituality
To be a solo practitioner or not to be a solo practitioner, that is the question. I, at the current moment, consider myself to be a solo practitioner, and I don't really have any desire to change that. To me magick has always been about finding and walking my own Path. It has always been … Continue reading Coven – Practicing Witchcraft Together
If you consider yourself to be a witch or follow any other related practices, but don't really know where to start to truly feel like a witch, setting up your altar can help you on your way. Altars are common in many religions, practices and belief systems, they're hugely diverse in what they can be … Continue reading The Basics of Witchcraft – Part 2
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