January 8, 2018

I’ve always avoided angels. It seems I can’t anymore. In this post, I discuss angels, ascension, and Hekate. There’s also a ritual to welcome angelic help. Read more

January 5, 2018

This Modern Hekatean Witchcraft Wheel of the Year combines ancient texts, modern pagan observances and personal practices into a new calendar. Read more

January 3, 2018

This is my fond farewell to my two beloved spirit guides, Uncle Lucky and Millie. Although I’m a bit sad to see them go, it’s definitely time to move on. Read more

January 2, 2018

January brings a new calendar year, a time of reflection on the past and planning for the future. Hekate as Amphiprosopos is the all-seeing two headed Savior of the Chaldean Oracles. Her ability to look both ways provides a framework for exploring the idea of balance in life and witchcraft during the time leading up to the Spring Equinox. Read more

January 1, 2018

Between the year that was and the year ahead there is a liminal space. This short prayer affirms a personal commitment to live a virtuous life and seeks Hekate’s blessing over our efforts. Read more

December 29, 2017

As witches we often use spells to manifest the changes we want to make. Too often these spells focus on a desired outcome rather than on the necessary skills required to bring about change. Our magical suitcase needs to be packed with the right skills for our desired destination.  You’ve got to get ready for the great spell trip adventure. Read more

December 28, 2017

Let me start off by writing that I’ve only been doing this since the middle of October, so there’s not a huge selection sample. Here’s my list of my five favorite blogs I’ve written in the past two-and-a-half months. Since I’ve started this blog, I’ve been writing a lot about Modern Hekatean Witchcraft and a little about other things. Sometimes what I write seems to resonate with hundreds of people. Then there are the posts that nobody reads. I’m fine… Read more

December 28, 2017

Being an outlaw witch means that I practice magick that is far from the mainstream. I’m most comfortable being on the margins and I’m not concerned with being popular. I do witchery in remote and wild places. Those are a few of my confessions. Another one? That confession is good for my outlaw soul. I think it’s good for all of us, as is developing our own form of outlaw witchcraft. Read more

December 27, 2017

There are times when the point of my witchery is to accept things as they are rather than trying to change them. I learned this lesson from Hekate Einalian, a squid, and a dear friend’s cancer.  Hekate as Einalian is Queen of the Sea. Through Her wisdom, I’ve learned that leaning into the raging waves of life is a lot easier than fighting against them.  There are times when we need to conjure up faith rather than try to change fate. A… Read more

December 27, 2017

The world seems to be spiraling downwards into an abyss of hate and intolerance. As Guardian of the Marginalized, Hekate is calling us to act up, speak out and disrupt things. Will you join me? Read more

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