Interview with Writer and Earthwitch Lady Cedar Nightsong

Lady Cedar Nightsong is the author of “Tangible Magick” in the upcoming anthology Rooted in the Body, Seeking the Soul: Magic Practitioners Living with Disabilities, Addiction, and Illness. An excerpt of here essay is here. Lady Cedar Nightsong: Thanks for the opportunity to reach out to readers. I love writing, and am just amazed that [Read More…]

The Magick of Being Stuck in a Rock and a Hard Place

Aron Ralston’s life changed when he was trapped for 127 hours in the Blue John Canyon of Utah’s vast desert. There are parallels between his transformation and the Seven Principles of Magick. IMAGE: Digital photograph of Aron Ralston in a red jacket at sunset, in the mountains of Central Colorado, near Independence Pass (Aspen), [Read More…]

The Seven Principles of Magick

by Tara Miller (Masery) and M. R. Miller (Arkayne Magii) Originally posted at The Witches’ Voice. The Principle of Attraction Everything we think, say, and do involves the exchange of magickal energy, and likewise, everything that we experience or observe has an affect on us on a magickal level – often completely unnoticed – and [Read More…]

Interview with Drake Spaeth, PsyD.: Pagan Minister, Psychologist, and Professor (Part 2)

You can read part one here. (Update: I just discovered that today, March 1st, is Drake Spaeth’s birthday.) Image: Drake Spaeth photo courtesy of Masery: You recently attended The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Cultural Impact Conference. How often is this conference held and about how many people attended this year? Drake: It [Read More…]

The Magick and History of Medical Alert Identification Part 3: Choosing and Charging The Symbol

As people sang along with the lyrics I thought about the universal language of music and the strength of shared ideas to enchant the ID with clear communication. Let there be rock, and it rolled through me and into my charm. [Read more…]

The Magick and History of Medical Alert Identification Part 2: History of the Caduceus and it’s connections to Hermes and Iris.

By Masery Part one explained the importance of having medical identification and that there are three symbols recognized by emergency and medical services. Star of Life (red or blue) Rod Staff of Asclepius Caduceus There is more information about the Star of Life and the Rod/Staff of Asclepius in part one. Image of a [Read More…]

Dedication Ritual for the Less Ambulatory

  <!– @page { margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } –> Dedication Ritual   Modified for the less ambulatory by Masery, former Myrddin of the Elodrym.   Adapted from The Order of the Elodrym’s initiation ritual. Elemental calls written by Aquillus Cattus and adapted for this ritual.       “… the Great [Read More…]