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New YouTube Channel!

By | November 14th, 2017|Life, Spellcaster News|

Hello everyone! I've started creating videos every day for our new YouTube channel giving daily Tarot Readings and Fortunes. It's a great way for me to improve my reading skills and allows me to share my daily card ritual with all of you guys. I'm still getting comfortable with the format and creating videos, but [...]

Witchcraft Supplies for Beginners

By | October 26th, 2017|Divination, Rituals, Tools of the Craft|

As a beginner in the craft, I was completely overwhelmed with all the tangible items involved in practicing. There are many that believe you don't need tools to work your magic, but most traditions require the use of tools in some way to work the magick or perform rituals and spells. When I first began [...]

Witchcraft Books for Beginners

By | June 12th, 2017|Spells, Tools of the Craft, Witchcraft Resources|

With all the published material and resources out there, navigating through them all to get a base knowledge can be an overwhelming task. If you’re new to the craft or wanting to fill in gaps in your knowledge, there are many witchcraft books and essays out there to digest. Some of them good, some horrible, and some that are misinformed. When I was new to the craft, it was hard for me to find some good solid resources that weren’t oversimplified or simply rehashed manuscripts for more accomplished authors and practitioners. The following witchcraft books are great for anyone starting out and are respected authors/teachers in the craft. […]

Energy Exhaustion

By | December 13th, 2016|Life|

Your body runs on energy as does your craft. When one is out of balance the other suffers as well. You've tried everything you can think of to get your vigor back in your casting and in your every day life and it's just not taking hold. Magic isn't a fix all- sometimes your body [...]

Big Spellcaster Update!

By | December 1st, 2016|Divination, Projects, Spellcaster News, Spells, Tools of the Craft|

We have added a totally new screen in the Spellcaster App featuring brand new premium content. We have added the ability to Banish Ads, Runes Readings, and a Rock/Crystal Guide. Download now for Android and iOS free here!.

How to dry herbs

By | November 30th, 2016|Tools of the Craft|

Herbs are an extremely important part of witchcraft. If you're a true herbalist, you follow the strict teachings of the Green Witches. Harvest when the plant's planets are in their house, the time of day or night needs to be perfect, and you also have a offering for the herb as well. As a not [...]

Elemental Attunement

By | November 22nd, 2016|Camping & Hiking, Life, Rituals, Tools of the Craft|

Elemental attunement is the practice of being one with the elements. Yes, we are all born under a sign with a specified element, but as a witch I feel it necessary to communicate with all elements. Elements also have specific workers that do their bidding as well called elementals. Working in tandem with the element [...]

Magic On The Go

By | November 17th, 2016|Rituals, Spells, Tools of the Craft|

So- I’ve noticed in my fast paced life, working a full time job, maintaining a wonderful marriage, being a father to a fur baby, and writing blogs, while keeping up with an Etsy site… Witchcraft sometimes falls to the side, which is not something I take lightly. What I’ve come up with is something small, [...]

Protection

By | November 15th, 2016|Rituals, Spells|

So last week I taught you how to ground your energies and this week I will teach you how to protect the energies you have! Sigils Sigils are a very old and very powerful magic practice. The sigils themselves are small magically imbued symbols that manifest a specific intent. There are many different ways to make [...]

Grounding

By | November 10th, 2016|Life, Tools of the Craft|

Merry Meet everyone! A topic that I’ve learned much about through the years and have brought into my daily life is grounding. What is grounding? If you’re unfamiliar with the term, grounding is cleansing your body of negative or unwanted energies through visualization and energy working. There are many ways to ground, each with their [...]

Divination

By | November 7th, 2016|Divination, Tools of the Craft|

One facet of witchcraft that I find extremely interesting is divination. Since the beginning of time magic and non-magic-folk have been using forms of divination to predict future outcomes. For example, to predict a successful harvest, the pilgrims would consult the clouds. Pirates used the sun to predict if it were going to be clear [...]

Our Trip to Asheville

By | November 2nd, 2016|Camping & Hiking|

A year ago, on October 30th, 2015 I pledged my life and soul to the wonderful man I call my husband. To celebrate we went with his parents on a weekend vacation to the beautiful city of Asheville, North Carolina. On our weekend away from home we went pub hopping in Downtown Asheville, where I [...]

Samhain – The Witch’s New Year

By | October 31st, 2016|Rituals, Spells|

Merry Meet! This week we are celebrating Samhain- the witches New Year! These dates fall between October 30th and November 1st of every year. This day is also signifying the end of the harvest season, when farmers way back when would have to harvest the last of their crops and make sure they had enough [...]

A Walk in the Woods

By | October 28th, 2016|Camping & Hiking, Life|

Working from home every day while my husband commutes downtown can get pretty lonely. There aren't any co-workers around or any face-to-face meetings to attend so it has felt more of a need lately to get out of the house and reconnect with my surrounding. Yesterday was a particularly lonely day and there was a [...]

Merry Meet: Kyle Ferry

By | October 24th, 2016|Spellcaster News|

Merry Meet everyone, my name is Kyle Ferry. I'm a happily married 21-year-old Wiccan from Upstate New York who has recently relocated to the great state of North Carolina. I found my way to the Craft when I was 8 years old, introduced by a woman who I call my second mom. She taught [...]

Deception Pass 2016

By | March 24th, 2016|Camping & Hiking, Instagram, Life|

Deception Pass was one of my favorite hikes and camping trips last year! This year was no different, and surprise we had wonderful weather! The sky was blue and the sun was out, and I couldn't have asked for a more perfect weekend!

First Time at Rasar State Park

By | February 28th, 2016|Camping & Hiking, Instagram, Life|

Omg we've been camping so much! I was starving for some serious nature time after a long winter, so we exhausted ourselves with 3 straight weekends. Rasar State Park is a couple hours north of Seattle and it was so cool! I loved the Skagit river and the amazing foliage. The hike was awesome and [...]

Back to Rimrock

By | February 22nd, 2016|Camping & Hiking, Instagram, Life|

We had another cold weekend out camping. This time we camped in Rimrock Meadows in Eastern Washington. It's in the middle of the desert so there was little protection from the cold wind! We had a good time though and got a lot of relaxing in. Also driving through Snoqualmie Pass was incredibly beautiful and [...]

Dosewallips State Park

By | February 14th, 2016|Camping & Hiking, Instagram, Life|

Our first camping trip of the year was at Dosewallips State Park on the Olympic Peninsula. Everything about the hike and scenery were beautiful, but there was heavy rain and it was pretty chilly. We also discovered that we camped here on the exact same day as last year.

Imbolc Ritual

By | February 1st, 2016|Instagram|