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Single red rose, photo by Mike Kniec

Make a love charm with rosehips this season

Rose petals or blossoms are common ingredients for a spell or love charm, but for most of us they aren't available in winter.
Milk and rose petal bath, photo by Dennis Wong

Love, romance, and rose magick

When you contemplate casting a love spell, there's a good chance roses immediately come to mind. And for good reason.
Weather magick, part 2: Shamanic weather-working at Spiral Nature

Weather shamanism and working with nature spirits

When it comes to weather shamanism, the aim is not to alter the weather, but understand it as creative as it is destructive.
Rolling thunder, photo by Ou Chocktaw

Weather witching: Harnessing the power of weather magick

Weather magick is not about exerting control over the elements, but connecting to the flow of energy and moving with the currents.
Mushroom by Georgics Kaleadis

Microdosing Magic, by Tom Hatsis

I was excited to pick up Microdosing Magic by Tom Hatsis , a book about microdosing psychedelic mushrooms as a magical practice.
Everyday Magic

Everyday Magic, by Semra Haksever

There's a lot of talk in occultnik circles about the commodification of magick, and Everyday Magic capitalizes on this trend.
Detail of a cash register, photo by Bill Collison

Ethics in witchcraft: Where do you fall?

Ethics: it can be a tinderbox subject in any situation, but within the spheres of witchcraft and Paganism, there always seems to be drama.
Home bathroom remodel cedar tub

Rejuvenation bath: A cleansing new year’s rite

The ritual bath in this article is designed to cleanse your body, mind, and soul of everything holding you back from pursuing your goals.
Greatest Hits: Best of Magick 2018

Greatest Hits: Best of magick in 2018

Of the 18 articles on magick we published in 2018, these are the 13 most popular on Spiral Nature Magazine.
Color Spiral by R The Antithesis of Control in the Sacred Order

Live your magick: The contradiction of control

As magicians, we exist in the moment, which means letting go of attachment to outcome. We cannot manifest anything without giving up control.

Introduction to Surrealism: An occultnik art movement

Surrealism is a 20th century avant-garde movement in art and literature that sought to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind. The term "avant-garde" tends...
fall tablescape by Sarah McGee

Dumb Supper: Tradition and innovation

The Dumb Supper is a practice in which the spirit of a departed loved one is formally invited to join a silent meal in their honour.

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