February 19, 2020

Written above the entrance at the temple of Delphi are the words “know thyself”. What was true thousands of years ago is true today: as a Witch your primary responsibility is to know yourself. What exactly does this mean? How does a Witch know thyself? Why it is important? Read more

February 13, 2020

PantheaCon is both a shining beacon of what is good and great and wonderful about the Pagan communities and a torch shining brightly on what’s problematic and downright terrible about the Pagan communities. Read more

February 7, 2020

As a kitchen witch, I do certain magick to make my kitchen really inviting. I want people in my kitchen, hangin’ out, chatting with me, tipping back a cocktail, or munching on something I’ve just pulled out of the oven. Here are a few of my secrets…Just a few though—after all, I can’t tell you everything I do. Read more

January 17, 2020

You hear Witches and magick workers talk about intuition a lot. That little voice that tells you not to walk that way home or maybe not purchase that thing, or maybe watch out for that person. But what does intuition sound like? I work with a lot of folks totally disconnected to their intuitive abilities. Intuition is like a muscle, the more you use it, the better it works. But when your intuitive muscle is weak, it can be hard to recognize that little voice. How can you tell if it’s intuition or fear? Read more

January 15, 2020

So you wanna connect to the Fae. Awesome! Just like deciding you wanna connect with a wild bear, it’s important to take precautions and know what you are getting into before you even begin. However, the good news is you don’t have to go any further than where you live. It’s actually quite easy to find Fae in your space. Read more

January 9, 2020

Find a book of mythology or any resource you have and find some tale of Athena. Read it aloud as a devotional prayer. Anoint Athena again and again. Read more

January 1, 2020

If I was able to articulate one human emotion associated with the act of eating and drinking, it would undoubtedly be joy. It is this quality that fills the pages that follow; Gwion has succeeded in imbuing the words of this book with the joy he gleans from food and drink. He has succeeded in combining not only a sense of the celebratory, but also deep thought and a joyous articulation of the history and complex magical traditions surrounding food. This is not just a book of recipes, albeit they are plentiful, but there is also a lot to surprise you in this book, and a magical view that may well transform your relationship to food.  Read more

December 30, 2019

Magickal moments can be a bit tricky to define. I mean, what makes one moment more magickal than the rest? In my case, these magickal moments have a certain sublime, goosebump raising, hair standing up on my neck, bringing me to tears, feel to them.  Read more

December 17, 2019

Our tale beings with a fairy of uncommon beauty who would lure unsuspecting and easily corruptible men ever closer to the sea. Read more

December 16, 2019

In an impossibly dark room, one single candle can make all the difference in the world. Oppressive darkness becomes bearable, even a place to foster hope, when the wick of one tiny candle gets lit and throws it’s light into the space. Read more

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