Outside the Circle: The Dark, Dreich Days Of Auld Reekie

There’s nothing like coming face to face with the smell of a dungeon and the torture devices that were used in the past to extract a confession of Witchcraft. [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: Five Witchcraft Resolutions for 2017

Many witches are feeling uncertainty for what the new year will hold. I’d like to suggest some resolutions to build a strong magical foundation for it. [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: Goddesses, Mountains, and Potions

I’m an opportunist and my days have magical themes. Today it was: local landscape, wormwood and wine. [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: The Power of Witchcraft in Troubled Times

I asked myself what value witchcraft has at times like these, when the rubber is hitting the road and even the illusion of safety is crumbling. [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: Guide to Traditional Witchcraft Daily Practices

Daily practice is a fulfilling form of devotion and discipline. A simple daily anchor to your witchcraft is helpful in making magic your lifestyle and committing to the spirituality. [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: In the Footsteps of the Myths

I had the opportunity to travel to Ireland as part of a sacred sites tour dedicated to the Morrigan which I co-facilitated. [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: Potion Making

The manner in which a witch makes recipes into a spell is by carefully selecting components fit to the potions purpose and ensuring the elements included know the goal and work towards its completion. [Read more…]

Irish-American Witchcraft: Into The Dark of Samhain

The spirits deserve their due, after all, and we are moving solidly into their season: the dark part of the year. Some spirits in particular were associated with Samhain, and with the ensuing month, which in Irish is named for the holiday. [Read more…]

Adventures in Wortcunning: Witch, as in Craft

It’s Witch, as in Craft, not some horrey old hag,
With a wart on her nose and a dress like a rag.
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Irish-American Witchcraft: Wild Witchcraft

There’s a blog I follow called Seo Helrune which often posts things I find thought provoking and insightful. Recently, they discussed the ideas of certain witches working with dangerous spirits, connecting to the Unseen where you are, and the overarching theme between the two of some kinds of witchcraft as a wild and untamed practice. [Read more…]