One of the most powerful forms of magick we can practice is ancestral magick. Using the people, places, and traditions of those family who came before us to inform and power our craft is a way to tie us more closely to the work. It’s incredibly meaningful to be able to choose what to believe, … Continue reading Me & the Petunias: Ancestral Magick and Appropriation
Magick holds an interesting place in our culture right now. To be a witch, to claim the title, to walk a Pagan path, or to practice the magickal arts are all still fringe activities that label the person an outsider, a weirdo. Yet the actual practices of the witch - crystals, herbs, tarot cards, meditation, … Continue reading Old World Witchery for the 21st Century
Last weekend, I spent my time up in the woods of New Hampshire at an herbal retreat for women. I went with my herbalist hat on, but over the course of the weekend, that hat was replaced with my SpiritualGoddessWitch hat, because this conference was so much more than herbs. It was life. I learned … Continue reading A Soliloquy
I used to think it was immoral, wrong, and just icky to charge for spiritual services. And then I snapped out of it.
I have long felt a call to find a circle, a coven, a community of like-minded witches - those that honor the old ways while utilizing the convenience of the new. I explain my magick by way of science, and that tends to shock some practitioners - but my people were out there, I knew … Continue reading The Fool’s Journey