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I am a crow. I am a witch. I have a stash. It is a witch’s sacred...
Hoodoo is a type of folk magick. By encorporating it into your everyday life, you can benefit from this powerful practice in many ways.
Sorcerer's Screed The Icelandic Book of Magic Spells is highly unusual and tremendously entertaining, the product of the fevered polymathic brain of Skuggi (Shadow), who rejoiced in the given name of Jochum magnus Eggertsson.
The Washing Verse is a versatile spell from the Icelandic grimoire tradition. The main intention behind it is protection. The act of washing is used to remove all the negative projections that people cast on you. It therefore adopts a quality of purification.
Being open with your practice to friends and family isn’t everyone’s goal, but if you want to be able to talk about it with loved ones, here are some tips!
Magical practice need not be something that requires the regalia of high ceremonial magick. We do not need to don floor-length robes and lay...
In magick we use our intuition a lot to make choices. But what if you have a hard time with it? These tips and tricks will help you build magical intuition.
Using oracle cards in conjunction with traditional tarot can add more depth and understanding to your readings for yourself and your clients!
I hear there are lots of benefits to growing your own food and herbs and, if you believe in the wisdom and power of plants, it makes sense that there would be benefits. If you’re not convinced already, Harold Roth makes a pretty good case for learning to do it in The Witching Herbs: 13 Essential Plants and Herbs for Your Magical Garden.
Behind us is the ragged cliff face where we descended down a steep and narrow goat trail. Before us, there is a broad dais...
Everywhere we are indoctrinated with the notion that positive thinking can overcome massive obstacles, but is there a limit to its usefulness? Can a positive mindset become another stumbling block on the road to growth? Is it the panacea that we were promised, or can positivity, like other tools, also become a prison?
There is something so satisfying about a guide entitled, “The only book you’ll ever need” -- especially when, as in this case, the volume is just 125 pages long. This isn’t to say I am credulous, only that I enjoy the idea that one book could cover a topic so authoritatively as to declare itself the only one needed.