Hills of the Horizon: Here be Dragons

The horizon realm is one of partial illumination where seen and unseen mingle ambiguously. These are pathways of the witch and so often eerily familiar. [Read more…]

The Other Side of the Hedge: Hidden Knowledge

The occult isn’t inherently evil. It is powerful, and often opaque. That can be scary all on its own. So why do we let it remain a mystery? Do we even have a choice?
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Star Made Witch: Witch Gardening

Starting a witch garden can be intimidating, but with some planning and care, you can turn that black thumb green! [Read more…]

The Cartomancer: Between the acts

What’s between the acts, between crossings, thresholds, positions and attitudes? It’s not always action or choice. [Read more…]

The Other Side of the Hedge: To Keep Silence

The occult is a journey to ascend the Witches’ Pyramid to reveal in ourselves the Powers of the Sphinx. The last of these four powers: to silence yourself. [Read more…]

The Crow’s Nest: Magical Practices and Techniques – Thought-forms

Thought-forms are energetic beings created for the purpose of performing a task. Some, including myself, use them for a variety of intents and purposes. [Read more…]

Lamp & Labyrinth: Sovereignty at The Center of the Labyrinth

Sovereignty is rightly held by the just, make the land their kin, What kind of Sovereign ruler are you over yourself? Do you treat you like beloved kin? [Read more…]

The Other Side of the Hedge: Animism & The Big Questions

Are we creatures of spirit who inhabit bodies, or physical bodies that somehow have awareness? As a culture, we never really seem to resolve this question. At worst, we consider it irrelevant. At best, we consider it a matter of faith.
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Farewell, ‘Till we Meet Again

A few words of advice and inspiration for my fellow Heathens, before I go: only YOU can do Heathenry the way you need to do it. [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: Women and Witches on International Women’s Day

Although people of any gender can be witches, the term has always been more heavily associated with women. [Read more…]