The Gift of the Goddess

Yesterday, I shared the visit of three Poor Wills who chose my sacred circle as a safe place to sleep. You can read that post HERE. Today, I've experienced the meaning and synchronicity of the number three. For months now, I've pondered the significance of following a goddess. I couldn't choose one, and I've read …

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Developing Your Psychic Skills #3 Psychometry

Developing your Psychic Skills: 3 Psychometry  Part one Last month, October 1st we learned about Psychic Protection and this month we will begin to learn how to develop your Psychic Abilities. The following is the next step we should follow for preparation : Clear your special space of any distracting objects, people, and meditate for …

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Samhain Magic

From Samhain 2018 Fairy Witchcraft honors deities connected to the faeries. This includes the liminal Gods, the Lady of the Greenwood, the Lord of the Wildwood, The Hunter, and the Queen of Wind. My faery craft authority, Morgan Daimler, explains: "The Lady of the Greenwood and the Lord of the Wildwood rule during the light …

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COLLEEN’S 2019 #BOOK #REVIEWS – “The Bare Witch Project,” BY AUTHOR, Celeste Hall, @ACelesteHall

Halloween is right around the corner. What are you reading? MY RECOMMENDATION: I enjoy reading cozy paranormal fiction even when it’s not Halloween but at this time of the year, witch-lit is devilishly fun! Click to read my review - Just in time for Halloween! Source: COLLEEN’S 2019 #BOOK #REVIEWS – “The Bare Witch Project,” …

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All Hallows Eve |

Learn the history behind Halloween!

Stepping Stones

Turnip Lantern by Patrick Murdoch

It’s almost upon us. That most Scottish of warding traditions, which, having crossed the Atlantic, has returned, a wee bit sullied, yet nonetheless popular.

Marking the end of the summer and the beginning of winter, the veil between the world of the living and the world of the dead was considered sundered on the night before the Feast of All Saints; effectively allowing the dead to walk among the living. It was also a night on which the “people of the air” (the fairy folk) held a great conventical, and it was, therefore, just as important to avoid causing offence to the Fey on Halloween as it was to exorcise the spirits of the dead.

As protection against any evil abroad, bonfires were traditionally lit. All hearth fires were extinguished and then relit from that communal bonfire. Lanterns, carved from a turnip, were used to…

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Irish-American Witchcraft: Fairies and Samhain | by Morgan Daimler

As we move further into the Samhain season, there is often a strong emphasis on remembering and connecting to our ancestors and dead loved ones. A secondary theme that we find is the idea of a so-called ‘thinning of the veil’ as a way to describe the increased activity by spirits and easier perception of …

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Finding My Path | Bee Halton, Guest Author

Dear Sisters of the Fey and dear readers, is it really one month since I wrote the first post for this incredible blog? I can't believe we are already in October but I'm excited because it is my birthday, our wedding anniversary, and Halloween.  Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay October is the perfect month to …

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Samhain: When the Veil is Thin | Jason Mankey

Samhain to the ancients brought about a feeling of dread. Most people feared this holiday. Bonfires were lit to keep the malevolent faeries away. The connection to the dead comes from the otherworld, where the fey lived. It was during Samhain that people believed the veil thinned between the two worlds. Ready to learn more …

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