Book Review of Shadows: The Witching Herbs by Harold Roth

🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! Harold Roth is a leading authority on plant/herbal magic. His new book, The Witching Herbs, is an in-depth exploration of 13 essential plants and herbs most closely associated with witchcraft—13 because it’s the witching number and reflects the 13 months of the lunar calendar. The plants are poppy, clary sage, yarrow, rue, hyssop, vervain, … Continue reading Book Review of Shadows: The Witching Herbs by Harold Roth

Book Review of Shadows: Fortune Telling by Tarot Cards by Sasha Fenton

🔮🔮🔮/5! "Lay your future out before you with tarot cards. Once you know how to interpret them, you can understand yourself and others better and be able to accurately predict what’s going to happen in the future. This is an accessible and easy guide that teaches you how to use the tarot. Fenton’s guidelines combined … Continue reading Book Review of Shadows: Fortune Telling by Tarot Cards by Sasha Fenton

Summer Solstice Link Roundup

Looking for tips and tricks on how to celebrate Litha/Midsummer/The Summer Solstice? There are tons of amazing blog posts, books, podcast episodes, and articles out there that tell you what the holiday is, who to worship, how to worship, and how to celebrate! Not all links are from secular sources, many include mentions of the … Continue reading Summer Solstice Link Roundup

Book Review of Shadows: Develop Your ESP by Nina Ashby

🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/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

Imbolc Link Roundup

Looking for tips and tricks on how to celebrate Imbolc, Candlemas, or Mid-Winter? There are tons of amazing blog posts, books, podcast episodes, and articles out there that tell you what the holiday is, who to worship, how to worship, and how to celebrate! Not all links are from secular sources, many include mentions of … Continue reading Imbolc Link Roundup

A Secular Witch’s Guide to the Sabbats: Imbolc

February 2nd marks the pagan fire festival of Imbolc, a day that marks the coming of spring and honours the peace and quiet of winter. It's a holiday celebrating rebirth, spring, inspiration, and purification. Rituals to the goddess Brighid, a irish goddess of fire and hearth who presided over poetry and music, healing and magic … Continue reading A Secular Witch’s Guide to the Sabbats: Imbolc

You Lucky Witch!

Today is Friday the 13th, a day widely regarded in North America to be SUPER unlucky. It's commonly associated with black cats, stepping on sidewalk cracks, and tons of emergency room visits for people's very unfortunate mothers. Even if you're not superstitious, the number 13 no doubt brings up a little bit of fear and … Continue reading You Lucky Witch!

Episode 16: Goodbye, 2016! Hello, Understanding!

Listen to Episode16: Goodbye, 2016! Hello, Understanding! on Podbean or find it on iTunes! Thank you for tuning in to this special New Year's Eve episode of The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast, the show where I do a little ranting, raving and wand-waving. Today I'm waving my wand in a disapproving tone at ableism in … Continue reading Episode 16: Goodbye, 2016! Hello, Understanding!

Emoji Spells: Mobile Sigil Magick

Though Emoji Spells are practically old news in the Tumblr universe, the recent US Presidential Election brought them out of the shadows and all over twitter. Emoji spells to block Whats-his-face or empower Hillary flooded the internet. In case you haven't seen one, an emoji spell is a string of emoji that convey an intention … Continue reading Emoji Spells: Mobile Sigil Magick

We’ve Come A Long Way, Baby

November 11, 2015 I posted my first ever podcast episode online! What a stressful, enlightening, empowering, and downright weird year it's been. I'm super psyched to no longer be recording and editing my episodes in the "voice memos" app on my phone and to share my voice and feelings with other voices and feelings all … Continue reading We’ve Come A Long Way, Baby