This month's full moon is occurring in the sign of Scorpio, which will amplify our natural intuitive tendencies and bring to the surface issues that have been percolating below our radars. Issues related to wellbeing, trust, discipline, power, and healing are likely to arise and can be overcome during this time. It is a time… Continue reading Channeled Messages for the Full Hare Moon- May 2019
If nothing else, not being afraid to use all the resources you have at your disposal, and learning to stop drawing arbitrary lines in the sand of what you can and can't do, is a very good and important lesson that Loki teaches.
One of the questions I get asked the most is what offerings should be made to the spirits and how to handle these offerings. Here’s the answer.
It may be common to believe that deities and other spirits don’t get personal, but in my experience that belief is simply not true.
I don’t write often about Sabbats or particularly neopagan holidays because I don’t really celebrate them as is common, and I don’t follow a standard Wheel of the Year. I could go the rest of my life without hearing about how Easter was originally a pagan festival called Ostara (no it’s not) or how Christmas… Continue reading Beltane: The Witch’s Great Sabbat
*This Post Contains Spoilers* I’ve loved everything that The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has had to offer so far in terms of story and content, but I don’t love every character. In fact, out of all of the characters in the show I dislike Sabrina and Harvey the most. Sabrina drives me nuts with her… Continue reading What I Loved and Hated about The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
*This post contains Spoilers* I recently finished watching part 2 of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and I have to say, I loved it. I never wrote about my thoughts on the first part of the series or the holiday special so I’ll be covering my thoughts on everything that’s aired so far. When talking… Continue reading A Real Witch’s Look at The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Many witches don’t want there to be any cross-over between their witchcraft practice and mainstream religion such as Catholicism (and vice versa), so they avoid working with Saints entirely and shy away from these powerful spiritual allies. When it comes to working with Saints, though, there’s really no need to be concerned with religious overlap… Continue reading Saints and Witchcraft: The Patron Saints of Witches