Linkage, chain background image by Faramarz HashemiMagick

Hexing may not provide the results you’re looking for.

On pyromancy.

Wortcutting and gardening.

A ritual for saying goodbye.

Which herbs are essential to have on hand for herbal magick?

The horse chestnut and the kitchen witch’s garden.

Are magick wands still necessary?

On poetry and tarot. See also “An introduction to writing tarot poetry.”

Pendulumns and divination.

Advice for conducting tarot readings via email.


Pagan Life Rites, an Irish group focused on promoting its celebrancy service.

Vinayaki, the goddess of 10,000 names.

How to tell if you’re tuning into spiritual guidance.

On designing your own personal Pagan practice.

Five questions answered about Día de los Muertos.

A personal reflection on animism.

Using tarot with therapeutic psychedelic exploration.

Reconstructing Iron Age feasting practices.

On faery familiars.

The suppression of the Bacchanalia.

A ritual with Poeisdon.

On Pagan children.

Exploring the archetypes of Healer, Magician, and Engineer.

A personal reflection on Dia De Los Muertos.

On animal sacrifice.

Challenges in creating an ancestor altar. Also see Ancestor Work Fundamentals.


On Pamela Colman Smith. See also, “How well do you know Pamela Colman Smith?

The differences between magick as understood in the Middle Ages, and today.

On Erichtho.

How to make a skull rattle.

Check out this sweet short about Día de los Muertos.

Marie Laveau and Vodou.

An interview with Matt Hughes on creating a tarot deck.

The pages of a 350-year-old book used to record the names of those accused of witchcraft, The Names of Witches in Scotland, the 1658 collection, have been published online.

An interview with Carl McColman, author of Christian Mystics.

The connection between Devon and the Salem witch trials.

Courtney Alexander interviewed about Dust II Onyx: A Melanated Tarot.

On Charles Godfrey Leland.


American Gods reviewed.

A review of the “Active Kindness” Apparel Line.

One Year Wiser reviewed.

A review of The English Magic Tarot.

The Angel & The Abyss reviewed.

A review of The Testament of Cyprian the Mage.

Calls for submission

Sacra is a peer-reviewed academic journal for the study of religions which is published by Sacra, a non-profit organization of Masaryk University Press, Brno (Czech Republic). They’re looking for submissions. Deadline: unclear.

Bonus linkage

Now that Hallowe’en’s over, make a bird feeder out of your retired pumpkin.