Let’s Hear It For The Young Witches!

You know what folks? The “kids” are alright. In fact, they’re more than alright, they’re pretty freaking awesome. Read more

Welcome to the Conspiracy

Let me let you in on a little secret. There is indeed a conspiracy happening around these parts, but it’s probably not one of the rumors you’ve heard. Read more

An Attempt at Holiday Witchery

In which I turned to art to reconsider the winter holidays… Read more

Un-Othering Witchcraft

We tend to be the marginal folks, and sometimes we wear that as a badge of pride. We might say things like: “We’re different from those people. They don’t understand us. It’s always been this way. We’re revolutionary.” But what if the revolution involves un-othering Witchcraft? Read more

A Witch’s Guide to Thriving in Conflict

Here’s the interesting thing about conflict – in many situations, it presents an opportunity for growth. Read more

Friendly Fire & Witchcraft

If given the option between acting out (magically, verbally, or otherwise) against someone you know in your microcosm that will make you feel instantly vindicated – and doing a prolonged working to cause significant change against a larger defined “enemy” or creates a greater good that is harder to define in the macrocosm – what would you choose? Read more

One Year Later: The Power Sigil Helps Us Power On

It’s a small thing, barely 3″ across – but it has become so much larger in so many ways. Read more

Recognizing Self & The Other: A Spell of Communication

It can sound difficult to talk with the gods, but I think it’s much harder to talk with each other. Read more

Talking with Hekate and the Art of Conversing in Witchcraft

Do I speak for Hekate? Do I speak as Hekate? I think it’s more like speaking WITH Hekate, sharing words together. Read more

Riding The Witch’s Broom

How well do you ride the broom? Folks talk about using brooms to ride to the Sabbat, jumping over them for special occasions like hand-fastings, and other ritual uses. Like the cauldron, the broom is another rather mundane and ubiquitous household item that has become associated with Witchcraft. Why? During the Witch-Craze, witch-hunters made money off of seeding fears that fed into hysteria: that witches could be anywhere, anyone.  Nothing was sacred, everything could be perverted for their use -… Read more

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