Collect and store items of power for spells and rituals in a witch's Power Box
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
It's 2017, does that make witchcraft obsolete? Are Wiccan or Pagan beliefs a made up religion? Do we still face discrimination and are our beliefs still seen as dangerous and suspect. Sometimes I just feel like I need to hear that my Practice and my Path are valid and feel that acceptance from other witches … Continue reading Burning Times 2017 – Are we still persecuted for being witches?
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