The Truth Of “A Witch That Can’t Hex, Can’t Heal” | Hexing and Healing

Excellent explanation! We have all been brainwashed with the meanings of certain words… *** The expression “a witch that can’t hex, can’t heal” is often offered as a counterpoint to sayings like “harm none,” but what […] Source: The Truth Of “A Witch That Can’t Hex, Can’t Heal” | Hexing and Healing

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Imbolc, Brigid, & the Coming of Spring

One of my favorite celebrations (and there are many) featured on the Wheel of the Year is Imbolc or Saint Brigid’s Day in the Gaelic tradition. This holiday is celebrated February 1st or 2nd of each year. I like to celebrate both days. In America, this is also Ground Hogs day and I’ve also heard […]

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Walking with the Stone Spirits

I’m a stone freak! Seriously, ever since I was a child, I loved picking up rocks, pebbles, stones – any rock that caught my attention. I’ve always recognized exceptional magic in stones. They speak to me. I wish I could capture the sparkling mica in this stone (above) with my camera. I’ve tried numerous times […]

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Celebrating the Winter Solstice: Have a Blessed Yule

I want to wish you all a Blessed YULE! Today is the celebration of the Winter Solstice when we celebrate the shortest day and longest night of the year in the northern hemisphere. Witchology.com shares the history of the winter solstice. The Winter Sabbat One of the eight Sabbats of Witchcraft, this season, known as […]

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Inside the ‘Hell-Mouth’ of Ireland (video) | aliisaacstoryteller

Ali Issac is our authority for all things magical in Ireland. She shares a marvelous journey into a cave at Cruachan. She says: “Oweynagat is an incredibly female site, in its physicality, its mythology, and in its energy, something I was immediately struck by on my first visit, and so it felt right that this was […]

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How To Start Using Potions In Your Magic — The Traveling Witch

“What Is A Potion? A potion is a liquid created with a magical intention in mind. Potions are sometimes revered to as elixirs, balms, teas, brews, or infusions. Though a traditional potion is usually intended for drinking or topical use, there are many other applications for a potion such as anointing magical tools, divination, and […]

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A WITCHCRAFT TOUR OF ENGLAND #HALLOWEEN #WITCHES | Alison William Writing

“It’s Halloween and that seems like a good excuse to share this post about some of the intriguing places in England with a history of witchcraft. England has a long and varied history of witchcraft. As a tradition stretching back centuries, it is hardly surprising that there are a great variety of places that abound […]

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November’s Full Moon | Moongiant.com

“With the changing of the seasons, November’s Full Moon marks the beginning of the end. This year, it is the very last full moon before the winter solstice, which makes it the Mourning Moon according to Pagan tradition. In many different cultures, November’s full moon is intimately connected with death and loss, on both a […]

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Samhain vs. Halloween | Jason Mankey

This is an excellent discussion of the difference between Samhain and Halloween. If you want to understand the differences, please click the link below. ❤ Halloween and Samhain are more than just a day, they are practically a season for many of us. They are also two distinct holidays and offer vastly […] Source: Samhain […]

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