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Omitola Yejide Ogunsina is the founder of Dawtas of the Moon, a convention for Black witches to meet and share their knowledge with each other. We sat down and chatted with Ogunsina to find out more about the convention and her beliefs.
The Book of Sacred Baths ritualizes the luxury of bathing, bringing in elements of candle magick and spellcraft, meditations and spirit guides.
While the Yule season are about celebrating with others, I also try to make some space for myself amidst all of the cheer with astrological candle magick.
The Book of Ho'oponopono is a good resource for both long time practitioners of the technique and those who are entirely new to it.
The Girdle of Ishtar is a witch’s ladder, a traditional talisman made by tying knots into a cord while speaking words of power.
The Warrior Goddess Meditations are exercises designed to help a women make real changes, free herself from limiting patriarchal beliefs and heal.
The Art of Ritual discusses the basic elements of a ritual: tools, suggested altar set up, cleansing and consecration, making sacred and physical space.
Fairycraft provides an introduction to what are, in essence, generalized forms of Morgan Daimler’s personal practices when it comes to fairy witchcraft.
The Magic of Flowers Oracle is intended as a meditation tool, an inspirational tool, and an oracle to guide your personal life.
Nature Spirituality from the Ground Up offers many tools for reconnection and "re-wilding" yourself, no matter where you live.
This guide to Lughnasadh shares the sabbat's history, ideas for spells, recipes, crafts, prayers, invocations, rituals, and more.
Our ancestors are some of the most important spirits to incorporate into our spiritual practice, and there are many ways of connecting with the dead.