As witches everything we do is witchy, but sometimes a ritual can be so magickal, so Otherwordly or, dare I say it, so fantastical that you walk away feeling completely transformed. Read more

Someone asked me once, at the end of a project, if I was a magician because I must have worked magic to get the project done on time and so successfully. “Nah! If I were a magician, I’d convince you to pay me more”, I said with a wink and a grin. Read more

Devotion can look a thousand different ways. It could be something as ordinary as making your bed or buying fresh flowers for the goddess on your altar. Read more

Re-reading pieces I wrote in my teens, designed to woo someone into my supersized waterbed, replete with a furry bedspread and Star Wars action figures (Yea! I was that cool) would be more favourable than reading most Beltane poems I found on the interwebs. Read more

I’m much more interested in people who are willing to step into leadership than I am in folk that want to be Leaders. Read more

It’s one thing to be an expert on a subject, it’s another thing to be in service to the people that are coming to learn from you. That’s an entirely other skill indeed. Read more

The first few days of Spring aren’t a frenzy. Early spring energy is a slow unfurling of flowers, the groggy bear coming out of hibernation, or the melting of frost as it is hit with the sun from the early day. My favorite Spring Equinox rituals are the ones that help us move from the slumber of Winter into the gentle warmth of Spring. Read more

The god was invited, seduced to join us. And He came. Read more

One of the beloveds that would not abandon the hearts and minds of Her people is Brigid the Goddess of Imbolc, honored on February 1st. Read more

For my ritual I experienced a challenging physical ordeal, I pushed myself beyond what I thought I could handle, I almost gave up, and at one point I thought that I had failed and would be denied initiation. Read more

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