Episode 38 – Emotional Witchcraft

  Hello again witches, seekers, and friends, and thank you for tuning in to episode 38 of the fat feminist witch podcast - which I almost called emotional rescue because I love the rolling stones, but those dudes love money so today we’re talking about EMOTIONAL WITCHCRAFT. We’ll talk about self-care and shadow work, how … Continue reading Episode 38 – Emotional Witchcraft

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Book Review of Shadows: Light Magic for Dark Times by Lisa Marie Basile #witchreads

🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! "Luna Luna Magazine's Lisa Marie Basile shares spells, rituals, and practices, including A spell to banish recurring nightmares A graveyard meditation for engaging with death A mermaid ritual for going with the flow A zodiac practice for tapping into celestial mojo A rose-quartz elixir for finding self-love A spell to recharge after a protest or social justice … Continue reading Book Review of Shadows: Light Magic for Dark Times by Lisa Marie Basile #witchreads

Book Review of Shadows: The Witch’s Broom by Deborah Blake

🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! "Take a magickal flight into the history, tradition, and modern uses of broomsticks. Whether sweeping the floors or helping with spells, rituals, and crafts, the broom is a more versatile tool than you ever imagined. Join Deborah Blake on a journey through the ages, exploring why broomsticks and witches have always been an inseparable … Continue reading Book Review of Shadows: The Witch’s Broom by Deborah Blake

Witch Docs #HowRealWitchesDo

Y'all know I love a good witchy movie. There's nothing like watching Practical magic in my pjs with my witch friends and having midnight margaritas, I tell you what. But sometimes Hollywood witches flying on brooms and vacuums, or walking on water just doesn't scratch my witchy itch. I love cheesy witch stereotypes, but sometimes … Continue reading Witch Docs #HowRealWitchesDo

#HowRealWitchesDo: Witchcraft Without a Filter (Updated!)

Every October we're inundated with images of the stereotypical HALLOWEEN WITCH- pointy black hat, green skin, riding a broom, the works. Many witches embrace this caricature as a sister witch, and others think she's offensive, frightening, and garish. That's why every October I pick a facet of popular witchcraft and examine its effect on our … Continue reading #HowRealWitchesDo: Witchcraft Without a Filter (Updated!)

Shop Like a Witch: Starter Witches

This week the internet BLEW UP when news got out that make-up brand Sephora would be selling "Starter Witch Kits" made by a perfume company called Pinrose. The kit would have included the Tarot deck pictured here, a bundle of white sage, a piece of rose quartz, and a set of sample perfumes from their … Continue reading Shop Like a Witch: Starter Witches

Episode 34 – Witches, Midwives, and Doulas

Hello witches, seekers, and friends! Thanks for tuning in to episode 34 of The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast, the show where we do a little ranting, raving, and wand-waving! Today we're talking about a profession and mission that's common in witchy and pagan circles - midwifery, doulas, and birth work. Is Midwifery witchcraft? Why are … Continue reading Episode 34 – Witches, Midwives, and Doulas

Podcast Episode 32: Chakras Plain & Simple

Hello again, witches seekers and friends, and thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast - the show where I do a little ranting, raving, and wand waving. Today I'm talking all about CHAKRAS. Where they come from, what they are, what they do, and why you should care haha. I'll also be … Continue reading Podcast Episode 32: Chakras Plain & Simple

Sketchy Herbs & Magic Rocks: Lilac & Fire and Ice Quartz

Today's sketchy herb and magic rock are inspire by St. Patrick's Day! I'm thinking of magick, faeries, good luck, and the mystical ancient Celts today, and working some magick with lucky Clover 🍀 and Stonehenge 🧙‍♂️ stone! #stpatricksday