Paganism & Witchcraft
How to Get Out of Your Head and Drum From Your Heart
How to drum from your heart pulse—including a short meditation to connect deeply to our drum and our blessed earth Mother…
Working Magick When the Moon is in Scorpio
The Scorpio moon is one of the most fertile to spellcraft under. As a fixed sign it has the commitment and focuses to bring our intentions to fruition. The watery nature of this sign offers nurturance to bring about growth.
Connecting with the Fae
Fairies are intriguing. In pop culture, they are portrayed as whimsical and fun creatures of great beauty. Folklore tells a darker tale when it comes to these mischievous creatures. Are you ready to connect with the Fae? There are many ways to forge a relationship if you are brave enough to.
The History of Pagan Symbols and the Meanings Behind Them
The history of Paganism is fascinating, along with their association of symbols regarding nature and spirituality.
The Strange Influences in the Birth of Christianity
What are Christianity's true origins? it seems it wasn't really a new trajectory away from the pagan days of old.
The Benefits of Using Both Basic Protection and Wards
Exploring the helpful aid of having both basic protection and wards in your home. As well as the importance of having basic protection.
5 Beneficial Herbs for Dreamwork
Combining herbalism and dreamwork can be an enjoyable way of working with earth based spirituality. Certain herbs are frequently used for the purpose of improving our sleep and dream experience. Mugwort, Chamomile, Yarrow, Clary Sage, and Hops are 5 herbs you will want to consider trying out.
Magick, Black Magick, and 'Centering Justice' for Baneful Rites
It's commonly believed that black magick is evil; which is off base—because dark magick can be and often is, used to assist people. This piece discusses magick and black magick, observes how society encourages distaste for magicians and magick; and also, offers insight into justice in magick.
Group Samhain Activities During the Pandemic
With this pandemic raging, many covens and Pagan groups are having to cancel their annual Samhain activities for safety reasons. Just because you can't do the usual doesn't mean you can't do anything at all. Here are some fun, festive, and—most importantly—safe ways to celebrate the sabbat together.
What Do Wiccans Wear?
Wiccans are a mystery to many, others call them friends and family. But the burning issue many people want answered about Wicca isn't to do with the Wiccan religion's beliefs and practices. It's the simple question, "What do Wiccans Wear?" Here's the answer!
There's Something Strange in the Neighborhood: Is Your Neighbor a Witch?
According to numerous studies, there are as many as 1.6 million people in the U.S. that claim to practice "Wicca," also known as witchcraft. Are you one of those; is your neighbor one the Americans who identify themselves as a witch or pagan of some other group?
Land Spirit Basics (Landvaettir Studies)
The world around us is alive. The Web of Wyrd spreads out within, beyond and beneath everything, and in places, it knots up to create complex structures that are both part of and separate from the weave of the Web. These knots are land spirits, or Landvaettir in Norse Tradition Paganism.
Witchcraft, Wicca, and That Old Black Magic
Witchcraft, Wicca, Black Magic, White Magic, Red Magic, Good Magic, Grimoires, Sacred Feminine, Sorcery, Pentagram, Paganism, Samhain, Beltane, Witches Sabbath, Great Goat, Ancient Serpent, Initiation, Ritual, Ceremony, Incantations, summoning demons, Legemeton, Sex, Drugs, Blasphemy, Old Religion.
Five Animals Suited for Viking Inspired Tattoos
There is an unbreakable bond between Vikings and the world around them. From the beserker on the battlefield to the gothi protecting the village. Animal totems were used to empower those who marked themselves with their likeness.