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Nels and Judy Linde have over forty years of experience creating public rituals, they cover a lot of ground and offer great tips in Taking Sacred Back.
Rituals provide a great deal of comfort in our lives. By making and fostering our own rituals, we can get the same soothing effects in our magick lives as well.
Astrology is more just knowing your birth date. Here are five new ways to think about this mainstream art and why you should learn more.
Walk into any New Age/metaphysical/fine Seller of witchcraft supplies and you will likely find a great deal of crystals and gemstones. If you look up photos for magick, Pagan, or witch you’ll likely see quite a few featuring various types of crystals. Whether they are seen as tools or just aesthetic, magick and crystals go hand in hand.
The Magical Use of Prayer Beads provides unique rituals for four living traditions that will allow your practice to grow more sacred by their use.
The delicate illustrations of the Linestrider Tarot reach out to all kinds of readers, both beginners and those more experienced.
Rituals for Beginners is a great guide to ritual work that would be useful for not only beginners, but anyone designing their own rituals.
It’s taken as a given that the for many of us, the holiday season engenders a mixture of stress and mania, as we try to accomplish the tasks that demonstrate our love. It is the giving of gifts that for many, indoctrinated through that potent mixture of ritual, religion, and capitalism that culminates in an orgy of excess, that stands among the more dismal aspects of the holidays. The concomitant mall crowds, as well as balancing the desire for social approval with an ever growing credit card debt, leaves much to be desired in the more modern practices of Yuletide cheer.
Our pets are a integral part of our lives. If you are working magic, you may consider pet magick. Magick done for or with your pet.
There are many gods and goddess across many different cultures. As we learn more and more about the world around us, it’s no surprise that we feel drawn to various pantheons, after all, we contain multitudes. Working with many different gods can seem confusing but it can be done and is in fact done by many people.
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 Art of Ritual discusses the basic elements of a ritual: tools, suggested altar set up, cleansing and consecration, making sacred and physical space.