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Shadow Masks in Spirituality and Witchcraft

Image – Obscurity – Natalia Drepina Witches wear many masks. There are those masks we wear to elevate ourselves through our magick; placing void fabric against our bare skin in order to peer into the in-between spaces, seeking to understand the … Continue reading

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“The bloody birth of a Wild Witch.”

“The bloody birth of a Wild Witch.” “Wild. Ancient. Carefree. Who were we as witches before we learnt What the world told us to be?” – Joey Morris In passing, it can seem as though the reclamation of ones inner … Continue reading

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Deep in my Soul Bones – Witchcraft of the Void

Art- Valdris Bagdonis It is often said that on the other side of Fear is everything you could ever want. As a Witch, I struggled with the shadow of my fear, afraid to move away from the comfortable box which … Continue reading

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Witch Musings: Midsummer Submergence

Image Source – Voodica So far, 2017 has been a year of fluctuation that has highlighted how damaging polarisation can become in the social and cultural landscapes. In the Musing about the energies of Spring essay the emphasis was on … Continue reading

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Mask of the Moth – Goddess Badb and the Darkness

Image source – Lost in the Darkness by Natalia Drepina How beautiful is the Darkness, where our shadows are simply part of us without separation, and we breathe in the essence of the Universe in void; in potential, in endless … Continue reading

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Spiritual Birthing pains – The Girl in the Mirror

Image –Symbols by NataliaDrepina I have never been one of those spiritual women. The kind that present themselves at best as light, approachable, and over whelmingly positive, and at worst, kind of overly saturated sweetly cloying. I have been annoyed … Continue reading

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Stop planting yourself in concrete

Art by Pierre Alain In yesterdays Live chat we mentioned a saying that I felt compelled to share with Cris yesterday (and I will link the full video down below.) But I felt drawn to say it again. This is … Continue reading

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A Witch between cages… the Cult of not belonging.

  Image by Nocturny Deviantart “You were once wild here. Don’t let them tame you.” – Isodora Duncan Stepping into the labyrinth of Spiritual adventure is to open ones self to a myriad of experiences, the commitment to the notion … Continue reading

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Gaslighting Spiritual Pathwalking – A Toxic trend in Paganism

Image –  Natalia Drepina All her own property How quick we are, as human beings, to ridicule, deride, and dismiss the personal experiences of others, whose visions, contemplations, and expressions are unlike our own. Sadly in Spiritual realms, where the … Continue reading

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Masks in Spirituality: The Rabbit Mask

Imagesource – Tumblr Masks in Spirituality: The Rabbit Mask To both the wearer and the beholder mask-magic is a method of overcoming ‘ordinary’ perception and slipping through the ‘cracks between worlds’ into the profound realities of Elphame. The true essence … Continue reading

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