January 23, 2019

To me, the waves and threads of magic feel a lot like tuning an instrument. When tuning a violin, I will play multiple strings at a time in order to perceive the dissonance between them. I will then manipulate the strings until the dissonance blends and everything smooths out. Read more

January 11, 2019

Pieces for your bone set will come into your life, some will move on. Your relationship to the spirits that you’re collaborating with may change. You need to be open to this and know that your relationship with your set is a working one and it will be a fully unique experience for each reader. Read more

December 4, 2018

The nights grow longer and we retreat within. Deeper and deeper we move into ourselves. Though I usually welcome the introspection of winter; I often find myself fading more and more as the days go on. In New England the sun begins to set earlier and earlier and it’s not uncommon to hear grumbling and wistful sighs over the lost time in the day. If we are living mindfully then it’s a good opportunity to take advantage of this time… Read more

August 29, 2018

Witchcraft is a tricky thing. Most of us who follow the path of witchcraft would agree that it was less of a choice and more that the path called to us. While this is true for many, it is also important to remember that you alone are sovereign over your true will. Read more

August 28, 2018

Magical practitioners use herbal correspondences every day, so why not work those correspondences into the very core of your practice? Read more

August 10, 2018

Each year thousands of people gather at magical retreats of every kind. Here are just a few of the tried and true preparations that I do for my favorite retreats each year. Read more

August 9, 2018

No one is going to place your crown upon your head, but if you want to take control of your life and do the work, then here are some of the things that I have incorporated into my practice that have helped. Read more

March 8, 2018

For as long as I can remember I have been surrounded by books. In my earliest years my mother had a bookstore on Essex Street called the Black Cat Book Guild. I grew up on the store’s floors mixing together baggies of leftover herb crumblings and drawing pentagrams on paper bags. I spent a lot of time pouring over old musty books with yellowed pages and writing my own stories. I would later own my own library full of books… Read more

January 13, 2018

While the gods hold many lessons to learn from, it is important to acknowledge the lesson itself rather than getting wrapped up in the glamour of it all. Read more

December 9, 2017

Mercury retrograde is one of those things that people love to hate. We all moan and groan as it begins to rear its head and we brace for the worst. Read more

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