October 31 – November 1 (Northern Hemisphere)April 30 – May 1 (Southern Hemisphere) Throughout the world, Samhain is typically known as Halloween or All Hallow’s Eve is celebrated in the Northern Hemisphere. Historically, this was the last day of the calendar year to the Celts. It was a time when
Sometimes, practicing your craft and your faith will require hiding in plain sight. This can be for several reasons, but the most common is safety and professionalism. Now, I’m not talking about kids hiding things from their parents or guardians. That’s a different topic and one I will touch on
Do you take accountability for your actions and inaction? Join me for this episode where I give a little story about how this idea came to life and why taking accountability and having responsibility is good for your faith and spiritual growth.
Explore the simplicity of sympathetic magick with me in this week’s episode. Learn where the term was coined, the two different “laws”, and how you use it regularly in your Wiccan practice!
Rambly-ramble episode because I’ve been busy and tired. So, listen to me chat about my garden, our property, and how to be a real witch according to google. Get my live reactions from the crap (and not-so-crap) that you can find on Google about witchcraft and Wicca. Pro-tip: How to
Odin is the most powerful God in the Norse pantheon. He is sometimes called the all-father, but in fact has many names as he has taken on many personas for various occasions. He is associated with the day Wednesday. This is because the word Wednesday comes from the word Wotan,
Some days I pull a Tarot card in the morning just because, well, I feel like it. This morning’s card was a positive affirmation for where I am in my life and where I want to go. The Nine of Cups is often called the wish card because it shows
February 2 (Northern Hemisphere) August 2 (Southern Hemisphere) The word Imbolc is thought to have come from the Old Irish word oimelc, which means “ewe’s milk”. It is also said that the word itself, Imbolc, literally translates to “in the belly”. This is a fitting name for this Sabbat as