Category Archives: Essays on Witchcraft

Spiritual Tribe Seeking – A matter of Soul?

Image Source In recent years, certain phrases and the concepts behind them have spread like wildfire, and perhaps one of the most prominent has to be Tribe.  After recently discussing this concept with the wonderful Joanna Devoe and my dear Tribee Cris Ashburn, … Continue reading

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Transformation is Venomous – New Moon musings

Image – Anton Yeroma This beautiful imagery summarizes how I feel the New Moon energies align this December; with the Dark Goddess Lilith at the forefront; she slips in, serpentine, and asks if we are quite done resisting this transformation … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Channeling Badb – Fire child

Image- wallpaperwide Puncture marks punctuate Torn from bullet wounding points A cage of overgrown weeds Deep breaths filling lungs with ache The moments between chaotic order dissemble Ties of red chord twisting Shadow calling in the tears The point of … Continue reading

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The Power in Boundaries – The Queens’ No’s

Image – Ashley Joncas *Sidenote props if you understood that pop culture reference. We stand at the boundaries, the edge walkers, the hedge jumpers, peering out into the Unknown with our Other Eyes seeking to better understand the depths of the world. We raise … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice musings – The needed f*ck up versus the f*cked up

Image Source For the first time in a long time; this New Moon felt like a chore. Almost everyone around me seemed to be suffering with a form of shaman sickness; manifesting their shadow through their physical selves, whilst technology … Continue reading

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Witches, I call out to you… break the mold

Remember when I blog posted about the archetype of the Story teller? This is the extension of that message. The obligation to write our own stories. The call to #breakthemold when it comes to who we want to be. In a world where … Continue reading

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Raising Runes in Ritual – Roadopening, Raido and Alfheim

“What builds courage and heart but the journey of becoming? To throw open the gates of adventure and understanding. Raido.” – Joey Torvol Before discussing the essence of the spiritual experience at hand, it seems necessary, albeit unfortunate, to touch … Continue reading

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Mask of Wyrd – Entering the Silence

Image – Natalie Ving “Fate always goes as it must.” – Beowulf c.800 I.455 There have been storms of late. Moments of terrible tumultuous change vibrating through every iota of the universe, encapsulated in physical ballets of destruction across the … Continue reading

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Shadow work with Snake energy: The Gorgon’s mask

Scales in the void, the eternal ellipsis of rebirth; vilified, demonized and feared. Lidless eyes peer into the depths of our souls and we, as humans, flinch at the ‘otherness.’  In times long past the sand and earth parted as … Continue reading

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Autumn Equinox ritual – Honouring the Forgotten Dead

Image – Beata Banach Photography Every Autumn Equinox I perform a small ritual which I call honouring the forgotten dead, in which I travel to the local graveyards and leave apple slices on the decrepit graves, those that have fallen into … Continue reading

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