I’m so excited to tell you about Dana Corby’s travel altars! Ms. Corby (who I’ve known for decades) is the senior-most practicing High Priestess of the Mohsian Tradition, with all its existing covens descending from her. She lives in the Pacific Northwest and offers a variety of tools through her shop (link, above). I LOVE […]
[Fair warning, I’m a bit ranty about this topic, so if you aren’t in the mood, just move on.] Please, by all that is holy, stop making offerings at sacred sites. Just. Stop.
One thing that often gets overlooked when talking about magick is the “why,” the underpinnings, structure, or foundation of the technique being enacted. This post is about why we create sacred space, usually in the shape of a circle.
The other day I got a question from a longtime reader. J. (the reader) asked me how I “do it,” by which they meant how it is that I not only teach and write, but publish and do anything in the public eye. Later that same day, one of my coven members reached out to […]
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Each year I do a tarot reading to accompany my annual review and goal setting.
Each year at my birthday I review the previous year, celebrate my accomplishments, and set goals for the coming year. (Here’s my post from last year.) Sometimes I adjust those goals a bit at the witches’ new year (Samhain). Over the years I’ve learned to set fewer and smaller goals to allow for new opportunities […]
One of my coven members wrote an unusual ritual for their student project, and they led it today. A Ritual for Displaced Peoples, it called upon Leto to work with us in creating energy to assist the millions of people who have been ousted, or fled, from their homes. We kept the “assist” as general […]
Christopher Penczak’s Temple of Witchcraft holds a fundraiser each year and I’m really excited about an item they are offering this year. They partnered with Deva Designs and created a 15 piece set of Traveling Magick coins!
An oft-overlooked aspect of working with others in a spiritual group is consent. For many of us, the spirituality of our family of origin was unsatisfying; for too many it was also full of toxic messages and behaviors. It lacked consent and taught us that “higher authority” could do as it wished, ignore rules, while […]