Book Review of Shadows: Develop Your ESP by Nina Ashby

๐Ÿ”ฎ๐Ÿ”ฎ๐Ÿ”ฎ๐Ÿ”ฎ๐Ÿ”ฎ/5! In 'Develop Your ESP' Nina Ashby teaches readers: How to listen and be receptive to the inner messages received by your intuitive senses How to use techniques and exercises to develop and control your psychic abilities This is a program that can quickly enhance anyone's ability to go beyond the 5 senses and enter … Continue reading Book Review of Shadows: Develop Your ESP by Nina Ashby

Faerie Magick for Beltane

May 1st, also known as May Day or Beltane, is a time when the veil between worlds is thin. The same is true at Samhain on October 31st, but instead of spirits of the deceased coming to visit we have magickal beings from the land of fae โ€“ faeries, elves, gnomes, leprechauns, etc. Music, dancing, … Continue reading Faerie Magick for Beltane

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Hey friends! I started this podcast in 2015 as sort of an experiment. I wanted to see if I could connect with cool witches around the world, while sharing my own personal experiences with witchcraft. I wanted to talk about witchcraft's role in body positivity, in my own personal brand of feminism, and in my … Continue reading Join the Community!

It’s Kushcraft! Weed in Witchcraft

Today is 420 - the official weed holiday for people who love weed. Thanks to a group of teens (bless 'em) in San Rafael California who used to meet up after school to get baked, April 20th has become a day for stoners every where to partake in and brag about illicit drug use. No, … Continue reading It’s Kushcraft! Weed in Witchcraft

Planetary Retrograde Cheat Sheet

This month is about to be a bit of astrological doozy, witches! We're entering a whole season of overlapping retrogrades, with Venus, Mercury, Saturn and Pluto all at various stages of their retro periods this month. If at this point you find yourself thinking "yeah I totally understand all those words and know what you're … Continue reading Planetary Retrograde Cheat Sheet

Sketchy Herbs & Magic Rocks: Hibiscus and Lepidolite

Today's sketchy herb and magic rock are both inspired by my new journey towards better mental health. That doesn't mean I think they are a cure for any illness, or that I think you can skip seeing your doctor and just use these instead, but there's no harm in finding complimentary magical tools to incorporate … Continue reading Sketchy Herbs & Magic Rocks: Hibiscus and Lepidolite

Book Review of Shadows: Crystal Skulls by Judy Hall

๐Ÿ”ฎ๐Ÿ”ฎ๐Ÿ”ฎ๐Ÿ”ฎ/5! Crystal skulls are human-skull hardstone carvings often made of clear or milky white quartz known as "rock crystal." They are allegedly pre-Columbian Mesoamerican artifacts and can be found in the permanent collections of a number of world-class museums, including the Smithsonian and the British Museum. In this book, best-selling occultist and crystal expert Judy … Continue reading Book Review of Shadows: Crystal Skulls by Judy Hall

Blessed Ostara and Spring Equinox!

I hope you all have a wonderful and blessed first day of spring! I’m unfortunately bundled up with the flu so I have no Secular Witch’s Guide for this sabbat today. Sorry friends!

Here’s a ritual I wrote for Ostara last year that focuses on the bees. I really like to focus on the seasonal changes around this time and most of the magick I do revolves around animals and the environment. I also like to celebrate the day outside and even do things like picking up trash in a local park if the weather allows.

How do you celebrate the Vernal Equinox?

The Fat Feminist Witch

10590489_10152313632723379_3875867305370792204_nSure, bunnies are cute and chocolate eggs are delicious, but spring is about more than just fertility and baby animals โ€“ itโ€™s about flowers. Flowers everywhere are popping up out of the sleepy winter ground, or blooming and dotting the world with a little colour. You may only have snowbells or daffodils now, but soon the trees will be green and the ground dotted with all the colours of nature. Once those pretty yellow dandelions start to decorate your lawn youโ€™ll know itโ€™s honey bee season. (Dandelions are one of the first flowers honey bees drink from once they shake off the winter blues!)

Honey bees are, unfortunately, a dying breed. Pesticides, human encroachment on wild land, having grassy lawns instead of gardens, and once more with feeling PESTICIDES have put us in a dangerous situation with our honey bees. These busy little critters pollinate not just pretty flowers, butโ€ฆ

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