February 6, 2020

The Sun is brilliance, abundance, intensity in its warmth and rays, and success in its influence. It is then from Winter Solstice to Summer Solstice that we work with this firey star, as this is when solar energy is growing, and at its strongest. Read more

December 31, 2019

As most of you are probably aware many of the traditions, symbolism, food and drink, or even plants and trees of the season have roots in pagan celebrations. But are you aware of the roll this magickal little mushroom plays in winter folklore? Well! Sit you down by the hearth fire, have a warm, and I will tell the tale of Shrooms, and the Shaman… Amanita muscaria or better known to most as Fly agaric, is a genus of mushroom… Read more

December 21, 2019

Winter Solstice within the wood is a truly magickal time. It is a time of unpredictability, darkness, severe winter weather, but a beauty that is absolutely breathtaking. Read more

November 19, 2019

I be the Rosehip Queen… for I am bewitched and entwined with the Wild Rose! Her blooms, hips, the bloody thorns, her amazing scent, not to mention this plant’s health and magickal abilities. Read more

September 6, 2019

From a pagan point of view John Barleycorn represents the cycles of nature, spirits of both plant and drink, entwined together within the fall harvest. A time to reap what one has sown, and a time to celebrate John Barleycorn’s death, by the brewing of barley into beer, and whiskey. Read more

June 28, 2019

Toads and frogs are amphibians of the “Anura” sector, meaning they are tailless. These enchanting little creatures have a long history in magickal folklore, being associated with the witch… and of course the devil. Read more

May 20, 2019

The witch and the bee, a more magickal union there could not be! Witches have enjoyed a long and enchanting relationship with the bee, sharing many rituals, as well as other magickal traits they have in common. Read more

April 9, 2019

The word “Wyrd” is an interesting word indeed. For I have found both in research, and my own personal experiences, that this word has many a meaning… especially to a witch. Read more

February 22, 2019

The Paper Birch is often one of the first species to reestablish itself after a forest fire, which is kinda ironic knowing some of the darker folklore of this magickal tree. Read more

December 5, 2018

Krampus is traditionally seen in folklore pictured with chains or bells he lashes about, birch branches to swat naughty kids, and a basket strapped to his back to carry the wicked little children away, for the purpose of drowning, eating, or transporting them to Hell…… Read more

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