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January 09, 2017
Star Made Witch: Five Witchcraft Resolutions for 2017
Many witches are feeling uncertainty for what the new year will hold. I'd like to...
December 12, 2016
Star Made Witch: Goddesses, Mountains, and Potions
I’m an opportunist and my days have magical themes. Today it was: local landscape, wormwood...
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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...
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Star Made Witch: Guide to Traditional Witchcraft Daily Practices
Daily practice is a fulfilling form of devotion and discipline. A simple daily anchor to...
November 15, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: In the Footsteps of the Myths
I had the opportunity to travel to Ireland as part of a sacred sites tour...
November 14, 2016
Star Made Witch: Potion Making
The manner in which a witch makes recipes into a spell is by carefully selecting...
November 01, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: Into The Dark of Samhain
The spirits deserve their due, after all, and we are moving solidly into their season:...
October 21, 2016
Adventures in Wortcunning: Witch, as in Craft
It’s Witch, as in Craft, not some horrey old hag, With a wart on her...
October 04, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: Wild Witchcraft
There's a blog I follow called Seo Helrune which often posts things I find thought...
September 20, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: Decorating With Death
We each fashion our own language out of symbols and objects which speaks as loudly...
September 12, 2016
Star Made Witch: Excerpt from the Witch’s Sabbath
There is a place and time that witches fly their souls to where they do...
August 22, 2016
Five ways to Establish a Local Traditional Witchcraft practice
When I meet other witches I love hearing about their stomping grounds and see what...
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Star Made Witch: A Day in the Life of a Witch
A fellow traditional witch coming to stay the weekend is extra special and we always...
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Irish American Witchcraft: 21st Century Hex
Of all the lines that divide the modern pagan community none may be so sharply...
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The Sorcerer’s Art: A Portrait in Colors
At the turn of the century witchcraft and sorcery was as alive and well as...
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Star Made Witch: Viridis Genii (Event Review)
There are so many kinds of spiritual events, but perhaps none so sublime as the...
June 07, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: The Summer Solstice – Cake for Áine
On midsummer - the holiday between Bealtaine's earthy celebrations and Lúnasa's harvesting - we celebrate...
June 04, 2016
The Rantin’ Raven: On Choosing a Magical Name
Upon entering the Craft, it is traditional, almost required, that one choose a new name....
May 23, 2016
Star Made Witch: The Function of Spell Components
A witch gathers their spell components from a legend of traditional and personal correspondences and...
May 21, 2016
The Rantin’ Raven: The Riddle of the Pentagram
Though ancient beyond belief and occurring in indigenous iconographies all over the world, the Pentagram...
May 18, 2016
Dandelion Seeds: Toad Blessings
What do grave robbing, gardening, and the painful change that the Tower card encapsulates all...
May 17, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: Is It a Haunting or Fairies?
You don't necessarily need to be sensitive or able to directly See these beings; for...
May 09, 2016
Star Made Witch – Know Thyself
Perhaps the most pervasive and least understood advice in witchcraft is Know Thyself from the...
April 26, 2016
Witch on Fire: Beltane Lovers – Once you Go Witch You’ll Never Switch
This is MODERN witchcraft, where we strip off the mask of the obvious, and glory...
April 25, 2016
Star Made Witch: Walpurgis Night
The eve of May is also called Walspurgis Night (from Walspurgisnact in German and Dutch)...
April 19, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: Beltane and the Gifts of Darkness
Bealtaine is a holiday that celebrates both the dark and the light, just as life...
April 16, 2016
The Rantin’ Raven: This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
What can we do to stop Elder Flight? What can we do to keep our...
April 12, 2016
Witch on Fire: HB2 – There’s a Safe Pot to Piss in at the End of the Rainbow
This bill isn't really about transgendered people, or what pots they piss in, but it...
April 05, 2016
Irish-American Witchcraft: Dressing Old Gods in a New World
In my experience if you ask most pagans or polytheists to describe their Gods -...
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Irish-American Witchcraft: Finding Fairy – Enchantment and Wholeness
Enchantment is something to actively engage in, not passively experience.
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