Even if you’ve only studied Witchcraft for a relatively short amount of time, you’ve probably come across this phrase in one form or another. It continues to be one that sparks controversial discussion among people of different magical backgrounds and opinions. At face value, it might seem confusing, especially when put up against popular codes … More “A Witch who cannot hex, cannot heal.” — What does this mean?
Wow, it’s now the wee hours of the morning on the first day of 2017. I have spent the last few days reorganizing and planning my yearly goals for… well… life. As far as blogging and writing go, I have added a new Facebook page and linked that up on the sidebar. I would love … More 2017 – Updates and Information
Title: The Book of Sacred Baths: 52 Bathing Rituals to Revitalize Your Spirit Author: Dr. Paulette Kouffman Sherman Genre: Spiritual Non-Fiction I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I did not receive any sort of payment for this review. This is my opinion of this author’s work and … More Book Review — The Book of Sacred Baths: 52 Bathing Rituals to Revitalize Your Spirit
Larimar is one of my favorite stones, for many of the reasons given here. Reblogged on The Keeper’s Path.
I’m a Christian, but my girlfriend is not. My girlfriend is currently interested in Wicca. I don’t share her enthusiasm. I’m trying to convince myself that everything is okay, but Wiccans, from what I understand, don’t believe in heaven or that there is just one god. I’m a Christian, and I am afraid that I’ll … More Knock on the Cottage Door 6/8/16
People who are caretakers and nurturers by nature find it challenging to spend some time on themselves, just doing whatever they want to do for no benefit that will really help another person but will give them a chance to relax and get to know their own needs and desires. For those who aren’t caretakers … More “Y” Is For Yourself
Xenophobia is an unreasonable fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers, or of that which is foreign or strange to you. Essentially anything outside of your personal comfort zone that makes you twitch and have the reaction of acting nasty towards those who are different than you is xenophobia. Xenophobia is most often directed at … More “X” Is For Xenophobia
Ever since I started actively practicing Witchcraft, there has been a push to reclaim the word Witch from being a dark, evil, scary woman bent on hurting others, eating children, blighting crops — all the things she’s been accused of since time immemorial right up into modern day fairy tales and movies. We don’t eat … More “W” Is For Warlock
There is a huge business for magical items that are made (either by hand or mass-produced) and sold in retail shops, via online websites, and through catalogs. It’s fun to get stuff and it’s fun to build up collections of scented candles imbued with spiritual significance, charm bags stuffed with tokens and magic, and tools … More “R” Is For Retail
The phrase In Perfect Love and Perfect Trust, while not as common (and perhaps not as over-used as “Blessed Be”) is still one of Wicca’s quirky phrases. It comes across almost like code words, and it kind of should, because that’s where it originated. The phrase comes to us from British Traditional Wicca/Witchcraft and … More “P” Is For Perfect Love & Perfect Trust