January 19, 2019

There is such a massive sea of books on plant magick and herbalism out there these days. Unfortunately most of them seem to keep repeating information from Scott Cunningham’s herbalism books and don’t dive deeper into the magick and spiritual bond of plants and witches. While Cunningham’s books were the first of their kind and hold a special place in my heart as they do others, there’s so much more to working with plants than merely creating incense and oils. Do you want something more advanced? Something a bit deeper?  Read more

January 18, 2019

A night of looking for something to watch on Netflix took me down some weird rabbit holes on the internet that I couldn’t not share. Scrolling through my app looking for something to cast onto my television it recommended that I would like a show called “Happy!” The preview image grabbed me and the synopsis was bizarre enough to peak my interests – “A boozy ex-cop turned hit man thinks he’s losing his marbles when a cartoon unicorn only he… Read more

January 10, 2019

Each court card embodies both positive and negative traits of the same archetypal character — or rather healthy and unhealthy expressions of that core energy. By exploring the tarot court cards in this manner you can kill two birds with one stone. Read more

January 9, 2019

Weave the Liminal: Living Modern Traditional Witchcraft will enrich not only your understanding of witchcraft, but your connection to the forces which are integral to witchcraft itself — including the self — while inspiring the reader to forge a path that is uniquely their own. Read more

January 8, 2019

Police began to search the bay for Martha’s body but couldn’t find it. That’s when one of the investigators reached out to the Official Witch of Salem, Laurie Cabot, who is world-renowned for her magick and psychic abilities. Using the name, location, and birth of Martha – Laurie tuned in and had a vision of what happened to Martha and where she was. Read more

January 5, 2019

David is neither an armchair occultist nor a keyboard warrior activist – he’s someone who is always rolling up his sleeves to do the actual work both behind the scenes and on the front lines in both these areas. Witchcraft Activism: A Toolkit for Magical Resistance is a masterful blend of these two areas of Salisbury’s expertise and passion. Read more

January 5, 2019

Transformative Witchcraft: The Greater Mysteries is hands-down his best work to date and is a remarkable contribution to the legacy of Witchcraft books. Read more

January 4, 2019

You have no idea how many times I’ve seen people recommend ancient grimoires as a starting point for seekers. I feel that’s setting them up for failure. Before you can learn to run marathons you need to learn how to crawl and walk first. So here are my eleven favorite books that focus solely (or almost entirely) on the subject of casting spells. All of the books are either written for beginners or intermediate skilled witches and have a fairly good range of different approaches and strategies regarding the skill most associated with the witch – casting spells. Read more

December 31, 2018

The following are some of the occultism, mysticism, mythology, and spirituality that I see not only in the Dark Crystal movie but also within its prequels. These are some ideas that I don’t really see on the internet when people explore these subjects with the film and books, and when people do they tend to be very strange conspiracy theories – usually by people who seem to think that reptilian aliens are running the world, which they believe is flat. Read more

December 29, 2018

New Years is sacred to the Roman god Janus. The month January is named after the god Janus. In January Romans would make sacred vows and pledges to Janus about how they were going to change and what they were going to set out to do for the rest of the year. Read more

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