The Cartomancer: Full Circle, Magic Circle

You’ve come full circle, now what? Is there a loop in it, a magic door to other circles? Here’s how you can think of your full circle as a magic circle. [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: Winter Court Wisdom

We are moving into what is usually the coldest part of winter in my area, and I find myself contemplating the wisdom I have learned from the darker Fey. [Read more…]

Seeking the Grail: Overcoming the Old Wound and the Hero’s Final Test

The hero is always wounded and must heal enough to take strength from what they have learned; they succeed in their quest because of their wound. [Read more…]

The Crow’s Nest: Living Life by the Seasons – Spring and Seeds of Intention

The Celebration of Imbolc marks the coming of Spring for us Pagans. In my own practice, now that Spring is just around the corner, my focus turns outward. [Read more…]

Book of Blackbirds: Fluffy Bunny Thoughts

I’ll admit to having a few fluffy bunny tendencies. But, as a rule I don’t claim to be magical to everyone I meet to impressing them with my witchy-ness. [Read more…]

Hills of the Horizon: Heart of the Creator

Ma’at was the gods’ food, and human offering of ma’at enabled the cycles of reciprocity that maintained the condition under which ma’at could be found. [Read more…]

Brigid and the Making of Vows

As we shift from Winter’s dormancy to Spring’s rebirth, our desire for new possibilities drives us to Brigid’s tremendous powers that can remake our life. [Read more…]

Happily Heathen: The Aftereffects of Meeting a Goddess

People who don’t love themselves are unprepared for a meeting with Freya. If given chance, She will let them see themselves the way that She sees them. [Read more…]

The Cartomancer: Tarot for Dreams

Do you dream? I bet you do. Do you try to elucidate them? I would be surprised if you didn’t. Here’s a method, and an example, of how to go about it. [Read more…]

The Blooming Staff: Crowley Didn’t Burn Hot Enough

Aleister Crowley is often labeled a Decadent for his obsession with sex magick. But traditional mysticism is more radical in its understanding of sexuality. [Read more…]