June 9, 2019

TrueBlack Tarot is a tarot deck of luxury. The quality put into the cards, the deck, the packaging, and the artwork are nothing short of exquisite. Read more

June 3, 2019

When it comes to psychic ability, and you know you’ve done the work properly and you’re receiving information on the stranger or more random side, it is almost always the thing that you’re afraid to say and think “there’s no possibly way that they’ll understand what I’m saying” which ends up being the strongest and most helpful psychic hits for people, even if they don’t understand it in the moment. Read more

May 23, 2019

Sometimes during psychic tarot readings clients get what I refer to as “psychic amnesia.” For some reason while getting a reading they may not be connecting the dots or thinking about what you’re saying but then after the reading it suddenly becomes perfectly clear. Sometimes this is just because they get fixated on one thing you say and stop listening while they ruminate on what you’ve just said. Sometimes this is just because they’re having the “experience of having a reading” and are outside of their comfort zone and just aren’t connecting dots. Read more

May 4, 2019

Najah Lightfoot carefully curates a selection of magical techniques to invite blessings of luck, peace, and love into your life, drawing from the magical practices and traditions as diverse as witchcraft, hoodoo, ceremonial magic, and Vodou. Read more

May 4, 2019

In Backwoods Witchcraft: Conjure & Folk Magic from Appalachia, Jake Richards shares his memories of growing up with Appalachian folk magic practices as they were passed on to him through generations within his family. In so doing he offers a snapshot in time, recording and preserving a tradition of American folk practices, many of which are being forgotten in the post-industrial age. Richards presents family stories and experiences that came with learning the charms and formulas themselves. In doing so… Read more

May 1, 2019

I had a great time and the conversation also got into the topics of the politics of calling onself a witch, worship, deities, spirits, and archetypes, Carl Jung, service to others, power, and my upcoming book Psychic Witch. Read more

April 26, 2019

You can be taught witchcraft, but you cannot be taught to be a witch. This may seem like an odd statement from someone who teaches witchcraft for a living and has written a forthcoming book on witchcraft, but it’s the truth. Read more

April 13, 2019

There are a few things that come to mind. The first is to not get trapped in the aesthetics, which is easy to do. Witchcraft has a glamoury about it – glamoury in the sense of an illusory spell with an aura of attraction, and the aesthetic is definitely a big part of that. The glamour of witchcraft can prevent folks from diving deeper into its mysteries if they never go beyond that. Now I’m not saying the aesthetics are inherently wrong or bad. I grew up as a goth kid and I love my spooky stuff and a nice witchy aesthetic. But in there’s so much more to witchcraft than that. In some ways I think it can serve as a ward, preventing folks from moving deeper if they can’t go beyond that. Read more

April 13, 2019

Blackthorn is an amazing fount of knowledge and wisdom when it comes to the topic of working with plants and creating formulas and this exudes from the book without overwhelming the reader with too much information or advanced occult philosophy, making Blackthorn’s Botanical Magic practical and approachable for any reader. Read more

March 31, 2019

Along with limiting themselves, one of the things I constantly see people do is curse themselves. Many witches acknowledge that a curse doesn’t have to be formal, but rather strong negative energy directed at someone, which has given rise in history to concepts such as “The Evil Eye.” If ordinary people are able to curse in this manner it would only make sense that one who is an actively practicing witch can do so more powerfully. It also becomes pretty obvious that what we can do to another we can do to ourselves. Read more

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