Monthly Archives: October 2015

Interlude: In regard to the commotion of Atheist Pagan stuff.

I am taking a moment to step away from my preferred presentation of the functional knowledge of witchcraft and the basics of devotional relationships with the Divine. I suspect that many of my new readers are here because of a … Continue reading

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Spellcraft: Psychic Tides

There is an image that is firmly fixed in the imagination of the Western society. It envisions witches gathered in some lonely place or elsewhere in secret under the light of the full moon to engage in their craft. A … Continue reading

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Quotable Thursday.

Today’s quote comes from the poet Maya Angelou. Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try to understand each other, we may … Continue reading

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Divination: Tarot Spreads (Post II)

Bob and Wheel is the name of this tarot spread. The name comes from an ancient English poetry structure. I’ve inverted the structure a little here. The wheel comes before the bob, but it doesn’t change how useful this spread … Continue reading

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Your UPG is wrong. Or is it?

I have noticed a trend that is present in the pagan community. This general push that says someone’s UPG is wrong because it doesn’t fit the speaker’s idea of what it should be. This tends to lead to the person … Continue reading

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Pagans behaving badly.

So, I am a little bit late to the party on this one. Honestly, I had hoped that it would all pass me by and I could watch from the sidelines. Then, I discovered that one of the searches that … Continue reading

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I recommend this: Items Edition.

I don’t have a lot of ritual tools. What I have, however, has been collected over the years with an emphasis upon making sure they are multipurpose. My ritual tools are well suited to both kitchen witchery and stealth witchery. … Continue reading

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Quotable Thursday

Today’s quote is super short. It comes from the ancient poet Horace. It is part of a larger statement but this is what I have on hand. Nil desperandum […]. Translation: Never despair […]. Most often, that is all you … Continue reading

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Asking for a little leeway.

Hi folks! I’m still working on how to use this laptop. I’ve made a lot of progress but I have also been doing things like accidentally deleting stuff. If you commented on something and your approved comment vanished, please post … Continue reading

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Rubus Occidentalis (Black Caps)

Image Courtesy of Wikipedia. Today’s post is going to contain a lot of folk lore that I was handed down by my family. Some of it may sound a little weird, but from my experience 99% of it worked. Rubus … Continue reading

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