DIY Magickal Healing Shower Bombs

Help fight back this season’s version of the plague with this easy do it yourself healing magick in the form of Eucalyptus and Lavendar shower bomb tablets. Here’s to your health !!! [Read more...]

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March 19th Saint Joseph’s Day- A Celebration for All

This is the time to unveil a year’s worth of work celebrating culture, history and tradition… and the fun doesn’t stop there. [Read more...]

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King Cake Recipe – The Delicious Magick of Mardi Gras

Then there is blueberry, praline, cheese, cinnamon, brownie, and everything in between. In New Orleans people eat King Cake for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack time. Unlike Mardi Gras beads and Bourbon St., King cake is something natives really truly enjoy. [Read more...]

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21 Ways to Use Florida Water Cologne

Florida Water Cologne is an all purpose blessing in a bottle. It has been in use for over 200 years and it is still just as useful today. Florida Water is recommended for dozens of uses and here are a few to get you started. [Read more...]

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January 6 – Three Kings’ Day Feast

The botanicas, or spiritual supply houses, in Spanish Harlem light candles, sell incense, and perform ceremonies for the Three Kings, or Wise Men ( Caspar, Melchior, and Balthazar,) who finally made it to the Christ Child on January 6 to deliver their gifts. The sacred gifts were Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh. In the Lucumi (Santeria) tradition the feast is a celebration of great fortune. [Read more...]

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Spells For Golden Goddesses – Fortuna, Theia and Oshun

Before Gold was a gift for a child, it was an offering worthy of the Goddess. [Read more...]

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WTF Is Winter Wassail Recipe

The etymology of the word come from Olde English and literally (like many other toasts) translates to “well health.” These are the words of our ancestors. The term began appearing as early as the 8th century, even the poem Beowulf speaks of a “Warriors’ Wassail.” [Read more...]

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