Herbal Magick: Cherry Blossoms

Chinese culture sees the blooms as representative of feminine power and sexuality. While in American folklore, Cherry blossoms are said to bring intelligence, happiness, honesty, vitality, and love. [Read more…]

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Herbal Magick: Mayapple Or American Mandrake

Another name for this herb is Witch’s Umbrella, so it’s no surprise that there are a lot of uses that fall under this umbrella. It is ruled by the planet Saturn, and hence associated with magick, rejuvenation, healing, and karma. [Read more…]

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Light A Candle … Spark Up! : Ways To Connect To Goddess

Many practicing Witches focus on the Moon’s connection to water and the realm of the emotions, but there is also a sacred fire here to this energy that should not be forgotten. [Read more…]

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Voodoo Snake Oil For Saint Patrick’s Day

Damballa is representative of new beginnings, transformation, wisdom, and guidance. He is a primal power carrying the knowledge of Ancient Africa to the New World. [Read more…]

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Video: Gossip In Voodoo And Hoodoo

People love to gossip, some people live for it. It makes total sense then that the world of Voodoo and Hoodoo are no different. [Read more…]

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Magickal Morning Rituals: Ancestors, Coffee, Toilets and More!

There are many simple and complex ways to start your day off with magick, unfortunately I even knew one witch who liked to scry what he saw in the toilet, but in my opinion there are much less unpleasant ways to foretell the future events of the day. [Read more…]

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What’s That Magickal Smell ? Kolonia 1800 Water

This famous formula is made by Crusellas and Company, a Cuban company that traces it’s origins back to 1863. Some websites say this product is a good cologne for men that will bring “immediate freshness,” but that isn’t it’s only purpose. [Read more…]

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