Solitary Magick

Celebrating Summer Solstice 1, Host a Bonfire

Summer Solstice is all about the fiery aspect of the sun, so why not celebrate the fertility of the gods with a blazing, roaring fire in your backyard? It’s the longest day of the year, so stay up lat...

Celebrating Summer Solstice 2, Get Back to Nature

Go for a hike in the woods with your family. Enjoy the sounds and sights of nature. Take lots of pictures, or plan a scavenger hunt—have each of the kids bring a “nature bag” to fill up. Remember, don...

Celebrating Summer Solstice 3, Get Your Body Moving

Litha is a magical, mystical time of year. Why not host a drum circle or spiral dance? You’ll need a large group for this, but it’s a lot of fun once you get everyone moving. In addition to being ente...

Celebrating Summer Solstice 4, Read a Good Book

Summer can be a hectic and chaotic time of year. Maybe you’re someone who needs to slow down and take a break. Litha is a good time to rejuvenate, so why not sit out in the sunshine and immerse yourse...

Celebrating Summer Solstice 5, Celebrate Family

Turn off the phone, step away from the computer and television, and spend time just having fun with the people who love you most. Take the day off work if possible and spend it any way you like—go to ...

Celebrating Summer Solstice 6, Clean Things Up

Clean your house. Take advantage of the warm weather to have a garage sale and get rid of all those things you don’t want. You can also organize a swap with your friends, or donate all your stuff to c...

Celebrating Summer Solstice 7, Host a Barbeque for Friends and Family

Have a barbecue, and invite all your family and friends over. Decorate with colors of the sun—yellows, reds, and oranges. Feast on lots of summery food, like watermelons, strawberries, and fresh green...

Celebrating Summer Solstice 8, Learn and Grow

Spend some time on spiritual growth. Use this time of year to learn something new about your tradition, develop a new skill, or take a class in Tarot, Reiki, yoga, or whatever appeals to you. Create a...

Celebrating Summer Solstice 9, Honor the Season

Many ancient cultures marked the summer solstice with rites and rituals honoring the sun. Celebrate the significance of Midsummer with ritual and prayers that recognize the sun and its magnificent pow...

Thoughts on the Summer Solstice Well Dressing 1

A dressing created on Solstice Eve, in the softening light of the summer sun, reflected in our Well lantern(s) and candles. Healing herbs and flowers ~ calendula, jasmine, hypericum, lemon balm, yarro...

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The sun, at its strongest on this side of the world now, provides the warmth for maturing growth and ripening in preparation for harvest. This season belongs to the oak, a tree synonymous with longevi...

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As we consider the sun’s power, we may also consider our own. In this time of restriction, we have had an opportunity to consider what we value, what makes us feel whole and strong, where we want to p...

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A dressing created on Solstice Eve, in the softening light of the summer sun, reflected in our Well lantern(s) and candles. Healing herbs and flowers ~ calendula, jasmine, hypericum, lemon balm, yarro...

Enchant Your Hearts with the Magick of Summer Solstice 2

Allow this energy to transform your visions from one phase of being to the next. Let your hearts to be illuminated with the inner connection to your destiny through the miracle of manifestation that i...

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Never forget, within the cycles of nature you can access your power with the deep inner connection of the glorious ebb and flow of life which attunes you to earth’s natural energy. Dreams are realised...

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You’re all a powerful force of nature and to move from the conscious to the subconscious you must harness a connection to all the elements. For you’re all earth’s gems and the ‘salt of the earth’.

Summer Solstice Oil 1

4 drops lavender 3 drops rosemary 1 drop pine Use sunflower oil as a base

Summer Solstice Incense 2

1/2 part mugwort 1/2 part vervain 1 part St. Johnswort 1/2 part frankincense 1/4 part mistletoe 1/4 part bay

Summer Solstice Incense 1

4 parts myrrh 3 parts frankincense 3 parts oak bark 2 parts witch hazel

Midsummer Incense 2

3 parts Frankincense 2 parts Benzoin 1 part Dragon’s Blood 1 part Thyme 1 part Rosemary 1 pinch Vervain a few drops Red Wine

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2 parts Sandalwood 1 part Mugwort 1 part Chamomile 1 part Gardenia Petals a few drops Rose Oil a few drops Lavender Oil a few drops Yarrow Oil Burn at  rituals at the Summer Solstice (circa June 21st)...

Summer Solstice Rituals and Ceremonies1

Depending on your individual spiritual path, there are many different ways you can celebrate Litha, but the focus is nearly always on celebrating the power of the sun. It’s the time of year when the c...

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Here are a few rituals you may want to think about trying. Remember, any of them can be adapted for either a solitary practitioner or a small group, with just a little planning ahead. Before you get s...

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Depending on your individual spiritual path, there are many different ways you can celebrate Litha, but the focus is nearly always on celebrating the power of the sun. It’s the time of year when the c...

Summer Solstice Wales1

The summer solstice is the first day of astronomical summer and the longest day of the year for people in the Northern Hemisphere. In ancient times, solstices and equinoxes were important in helping p...

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In Wales prehistoric sites such as at Bryn Celli Ddu on Anglesey, the open burial chamber dated to around 2000BC, is so perfectly aligned that for only 20 minutes each year, a beam of sunlight aligns ...

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Mistletoe was important to the Celtic Druids as it was believed to cure all ills. On Midsummer Eve, it is reported that they would cut it with a golden scythe and catch it in a cloth before it touched...

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With the coming of Christianity, people were encouraged to give up their old traditions, by their incorporation into new Christian practices. For example, the summer solstice became known as the feast...

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In Wales it is called Gŵyl Ifan Ganol Haf (St John’s of Midsummer) . Great agricultural fairs, which included dancing, merriment and the lighting of bonfires, were held at this time. Welsh tradition s...

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A sprig of mistletoe gathered on Midsummer Eve and placed under the pillow was said to bring prophetic dreams and branches from birch trees were used to decorate maypoles town squares.

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With the advent of non-conformist beliefs on the Welsh socio-political culture, this (among so many other similar festivals) suffered greatly, and its observance finally died out by the end of the 19t...

Summer Solstice, Litha A time To Celebrate

There are many ways to celebrate Litha and the Summer Solstice. You can spend time with loved ones, sing, dance, laugh, and watch the sunrise. Spend some time outside in nature. If you can, and it’s s...

Summer Solstice, Litha, The Longest Day

The Summer Solstice, also known as Litha, occurs on, the 21st of June, marking the astronomical first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. The sun is at the height of its power – the longest day!...

Shamanic Summer Solstice4

Summer Solstice allows us to absorb beneficent power and strength from the Earth and Sun into our minds, bodies, hearts and souls – just as are the plants, animals and other beings drawing power and s...

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Summer Solstice celebrations honour the energy of the day and focus on the themes of fulfilment, enlightenment, abundance, sharing, and the joy of living on this beautiful Earth and are full of Shaman...

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In Shamanic practice the Summer Solstice is one of the most sacred days of the year. At this time the Sun and Earth align in such a way as to support all growing things to come into their completeness...

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Celebrations of the Summer Solstice vary across the globe and from culture to culture. In some cultures, it is also known as “Midsummer’s Night” and celebrations begin with twilight. In others the Sum...

Summer Solstice St John’s Wort Flowers1

Typically flowering on the longest day of summer, this ‘sunshine’ plant is a powerhouse of usefulness. Topically it is a skin plant for cuts, burns, wounds, bruises and some skin diseases. You can use...

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St John’s Wort is, of course, invaluable internally for low mood, depression, S.A.D and more. (It also comes with a long list of when you must not and cannot take it, and having read this through, you...

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Another use for St John’s Wort is to increase deep sleep (rapid eye movement). It helps to normalize and balance neurotransmitter function as it contains amino acids that are neurotransmitter building...

A Summer Solstice Stone Ritual

This ritual can be used to absorb the courage, power and joy of the season. You can carry out this ritual at any time during the three-day period. You might like to perform it at dusk on the eve of th...

Litha, The Summer Solstice7

Associations Candle colours: Gold, orange or red to mirror the Sun at its height Symbols: Brightly-coloured flowers, oak boughs, golden fern pollen that is said to reveal buried treasure wherever it f...

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Summer solstice rituals are for courage, male potency and fertility, for achievement, success, confidence, health and happiness, for fulfilling potential and providing ever-expanding opportunities bot...

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The power of the summer solstice can be harnessed for tackling seemingly insoluble problems and bringing light and life and hope to those who are depressed or who have been unable through circumstance...

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St John’s wort, the golden herb of midsummer and symbol of the summer solstice, was said to offer fertility and powers to attract love if picked at midnight on 23 June, the eve of St John’s Day, or th...

Litha, The Summer Solstice3

There is a long-standing pagan tradition of lighting bonfires on beacon hills to strengthen the power of the Sun before it began its decline. On Midsummer Day, fire wheels were rolled down the hillsid...

Litha, The Summer Solstice2

The height of the festival is the first light falling on the morning of the solstice, like a shaft of gold across standing stones and stone circles, linking the dimensions. Many circles throughout Eur...

Litha, The Summer Solstice1

Time: Three days beginning from sunset around 20 June (20 December in the southern hemisphere) Focus: Full potency, illumination, mysteries revealed; healing, the height of joy, fulfillment, the need ...

Mastering Witchcraft1

Is your life filled with so many responsibilities that you can barely make time for yourself, let alone try to master the art of witchcraft? You feel like you have no time and no energy to pursue your...

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But here’s the truth: you don’t need that much time or energy to start learning the craft. In fact, all it takes is a bit of dedication, some self-compassion, and a little loop de knowledge, and you c...

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When Life Makes Practicing Witchcraft Difficult Are you finding it hard to make time for your daily magical practice? Do you feel overwhelmed by all the other obligations of life, and have no idea how...

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The truth is that the ultra-polished, high-frequency witchcraft practices you see online are often staged, exaggerated, or even entirely made up. Comparing yourself and your practice to what you see o...

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The thing that is actually causing such a major block in your ability to practice witchcraft isn’t a lack of time, it’s actually a lack of self-compassion. By constantly comparing yourself to other pe...

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The key is to start small. Instead of fitting an hour-long ritual into your daily life, try sneaking in a few minutes of magical activity here and there. Regularly writing down your thoughts in a jour...

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In all honesty, this kind of negative self-talk takes up a ton of time and energy! That’s time and energy that you could be putting toward literally anything else, like, y’know… witchcraft. Rather tha...

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You can also try to make mundane tasks magical. Channeling your energy toward something mundane can help increase the power of your spellwork and ritual work significantly. Even doing small things lik...

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Most importantly, give yourself permission to take breaks from witchcraft when needed—it’s ok if you don’t always find time for it! It’s more important that you take care of yourself first—and will ul...

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Where to Find Magical Time in Your Schedule You don’t need to give up on living a magical life just because you don’t have the time to focus on witchcraft. With some creativity, you can find a few mom...

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Start by mapping out your weekly schedule. Take a look at the hours you spend on work and other responsibilities. Think of what small changes you can make in order to create space for witchy activitie...

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Wake up 10 minutes earlier for a morning tarot card pull Take a short meditation break during lunch Spend half an hour listening to an audiobook or podcast before bed or during your commute Fit in man...

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Finally, if even these small moments still don’t seem to be enough, look into creative ways to practice and immerse yourself in the world of witchcraft. From joining online communities to taking class...

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Establishing a Daily Practice You might not think you can make time for a daily practice of witchcraft, particularly if you have a demanding job or too many responsibilities. But it’s actually easier ...

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1) Choose something that resonates with you—this could be divination, journaling, or meditation.

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2) Create an easily accessible space where you can set up everything you need for your chosen practice. Not having to do any setup or put things away every single day takes a LOT of the friction out o...

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3) Be flexible. If something in your life changes, let your practice change with it. Consistency requires that you keep the reality of your life in mind! Sometimes schedules change, your energy levels...

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4) Finally, BE COMPASSIONATE WITH YOURSELF. Did you miss a day? That’s fine, life happens. You missed a week? No sweat, that’s life. Get back to it when you’re ready just stop agonizing over not doing...

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What Do You Do If You’re Short On Time And Not Sure Where To Start? I get it. You’re busy, you have a million responsibilities, and finding time to practice witchcraft is one thing but you don’t even ...

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Make Figuring It Out The Goal If you have no idea where to start, the first thing you should do with the time you do manage to carve out is figure out where to start. Literally. That is a perfectly go...

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Start With What Interests You It’s important to focus on what really resonates with you when it comes to your craft. Pick one thing that speaks to you the strongest and start there—maybe you begin by ...

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Learn from Others No one ever said that mastering a magical practice had to be done alone. Reach out to experienced practitioners and those knowledgeable in witchcraft to pick up tips and learn from t...

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Track Your Progress Finally, make sure to keep track of your progress. This doesn’t have to be complicated; it can take no more than writing a few words in your journal each day or creating a spreadsh...

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By integrating these tips into your magical practice, you’ll be well on your way to mastering witchcraft despite life’s little hiccups and obstacles. When life gets overwhelming, don’t forget that you...

Swamp Witch Black Water Hattie1

Swamp Witch Black Water Hattie is a witch who lived in the swamps and bayous Florida. Although there are unknown tales and stories of Hattie the most well known legend is the song written by Jim Staff...

Swamp Witch Black Water Hattie2

Many of the people fear Hattie because of her powers, they fear what she could do and they also fear the stories of what other people have told them about her. Some people claim to have seen the horri...

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Although people fear her there are some who are brave enough to go into the swamp to look for her. The few people who go looking for Hattie seek charms, spells, potions to cure sicknesses. Most never ...

A Water Witches Path1

Water Witches are sometimes called Sea Witches, but many of them find a calling with inland creeks, rivers, and lakes. It is rare for them to limit themselves to any one type of body of water. They ge...

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In most mythologies, human sprang from the Earth, but the gods themselves came from water. Egyptian theory states that the sun god Re was born from the primordial waters. Today, scientists can back th...

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Water reflects, the Water Witch does the same. If you yell at her, she will yell back at you. If you are kind to her well, she will be kind and treat you well in return. She is very fair. She shares m...

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Water is considered a feminine force, and the Water Witch may prefer an alliance with the Goddess, all the while recognizing and maintaining that the God is within the Goddess. She cans sometimes rela...

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The Water Witch can see things that those on other paths cannot. In fact, the human sense of sight belongs in her realm. Just as the seas teem with life that we have yet to discover and understand, th...

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The Water Witch sees little that she considers an obstacle. She understands that her fate is in her hands, and if she cannot flow through something, she will flow around it. Once her mind is made up, ...

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The Water Witch specializes in healing, cleansing, beauty, emotions, intuition and energy. Her magickal style is usually based on instinct. If the feeling hits her to perform a cleansing, she will. Sh...

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Winter is the season when the Water Witch’s power is at its peak. She holds within herself the ability to transform fluidity to solid form during the winter, the same way that water turns to ice. It i...

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Her home décor is usually unthemed, with whimsy being the main rule. The Water Witch may have a quirky collection of glass objects, prisms (she tends to like sparkly things), tons of throw pillows and...

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Another common trait of the Water Witch is a quirky sense of humor. It simply cannot be defined. Some of the things she says seem to come from outer space in their relation to the topic, yet they can ...

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Like her mythical brethren the mermaids and water nymphs, the Water Wise tends to love long hair. She may keep it pulled back in a ponytail due to a lack of time, but she lets it grow nonetheless. The...

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Because the Water Witch always considers every side of an argument before making up her mind, she may be slow to assume a position. Rest assured that when a Water Witch states her opinion., it has bee...

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Those on the water path often find a calling in helping others. They make wonderful therapists, psychiatrists, obstetricians, pediatricians or service personnel. Often people are attracted to their so...

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The Water Witch may be seen as moody, but like the sea herself, she is often in motion. She rarely slows down She is full of energy and always on the go. And like the sea, her moods swing with the tid...

What is Modern Witchcraft1

Spells. Moon rituals. Crystals & herbs. Each of these things and many more are associated with what has been branded modern witchcraft. But what is modern witchcraft? Who is the modern witch, and ...

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So what is modern witchcraft? Because if you ask any modern practitioner for a true definition, you’ll get a different answer every time. Modern witchcraft is the use of spells, rituals, incantations,...

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In the general, modern sense, witchcraft has no central authority. There is no agreed-upon scripture or doctrine. Which is both the difficulty and the beauty of it. Practitioners are free to create th...

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These things are not decided for them. They must decide for themselves. What makes the modern witch, first and foremost, a kind of spiritual rebel. The true secret of magic. In the beginning, a brand-...

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It’s a tool for spiritual education. Beginning practitioners often fret about whether or not their spells will work. Did I use the right oils? The right herbs? The right lunar cycle? But if magic is r...

An Opinion from a Witch1

A Witch May refuses to allow her or himself to be corrupted by the great guilt neuroses. The  neuroses that may have been foisted on humanity in the name of the Divine. thus freeing the self of the sl...

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As a Witch, we may refuse to believe that a human being is born innately sinful. We may recognize the concepts of sin and guilt are tremendously inhibiting to human potential. The consequences of the ...

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There is no heaven except that which we ourselves make of our life on Earth. Likewise, there is no hell except the effects of our unwise actions. Death is not followed by punishment or reward, But by ...

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One cannot damn the divine in oneself; one can, however, cut oneself off from it through the rejection of wisdom and a refusal to strive for self-realization. This cutting off does not lead to persona...

Dream Magick Intention1

Be clear in your intentions towards your dreams. Write them down and review them before going to bed, so they’ll be fresh in your mind each night. Examples of your intentions might include: I will rem...

Dream Magick Intention 2 Attention

The more attention you pay to your dreams, the more helpful they will become. Some suggestions: Buy a special notebook to record your dreams in. Read books or magazine articles on dreams; look at inte...

Dream Magick Intention 3 Expectations

Our expectations and willingness to cooperate greatly influence the outcome of events in our lives. Expect to remember your dreams! Expect to find a clear meaning to your dream. Expect to get answers ...

I am a Witch!

I’m a What? A witch, you say? Let me tell you why that’s perfectly okay! I’m filled with magic from head to toe But things don’t just happen when I twitch my nose. What’s that? A warty face and talkin...

Ways to develop your Clairvoyance

Do lots of meditation. Raise your vibrations and energies. OBSERVE. Record your observations. Practice your visualization. Visualize with flowers, numbers, and symbols. Imagine your third eye opening ...

The Witching Hour7

In modern times the term witching hour has become an colloquialism for other periods of unpredictable or troublesome activity. Parents may use it to describe the fussy period in infancy when a baby te...

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The folklore of many cultures offers encouraging words on how to ward off supernatural powers or harness them to one’s advantage. These encouraging words with specific instructions on what to do at th...

The Witching Hour5

Although this soliloquy, which was written between 1599 and 1601, mentions “the very witching time of night,” one of the first recorded uses of the term witching hour appears in the poem “Nightmare” b...

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In literature and folklore In literature one of the earliest references to the witching hour appears in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, in which Prince Hamlet begins one of his soliloquies: ’Tis now the...

The Witching Hour3

Some beliefs set the witching hour’s boundaries between 12:00 AM and 3:00 AM or between 3:00 AM and 4:00 AM. Biblical references to the death of Jesus were calculated as having occurred at 3:00 PM. Ac...

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The association of witches with midnight is rooted in folk beliefs that supernatural phenomena are most prevalent at certain times of the day and year. Much like seasonal events, such as the solstices...

The Witching Hour1

Witching hour, also called devil’s hour, in folklore, the time at night when the powers of witches and other supernatural beings are believed to be strongest, usually occurring at midnight or 3:00 AM....

Queen of the Witches Aradia3

Aradia, Aradia! I implore Thee by the love which she did bear for thee! And by the love which I too feel for thee! I pray thee grant the grace which I require! And if this grace be granted, may there ...

Queen of the Witches Aradia2

Aradia! my Aradia! Thou art my daughter unto him who was Most evil of all spirits, who of old Once reigned in hell when driven away from heaven, Who by his sister did thy sire become, But as thy mothe...

Queen of the Witches Aradia1

Aradia is an extremly powerful entity and protectress of witches in general. The following invocation is VERY old. She was said to work her magic with great power and used her powers to help others wh...

The Enigmatic Connection between Gothic and Witchcraft3

Thirdly, both Gothic culture and witchcraft provide a sense of empowerment and liberation. They offer a space for self-expression, where individuals can explore their darkest desires and embrace their...

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Secondly, both Gothic culture and witchcraft are deeply rooted in history and folklore. They draw inspiration from ancient rituals, myths, and legends, weaving them into their own narratives. The Goth...

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It’s no secret that both Gothic and witchcraft have captivated our imaginations for centuries. They share a mysterious allure, a fascination with the supernatural, and a penchant for the dark and maca...

Santa Muerte1: Facts and Practices Behind the Saint of Death

People have been fascinated by death for centuries, and for those living in Mexico, the Bony Lady, Santa Muerte, has become a beloved figure representing death. There’s a lot of debate surrounding her...

Santa Muerte2 : Facts and Practices Behind the Saint of Death: Historic Representations of Santa Muerte

Given her name, there’s a common misconception that Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte – Santa Muerte for short – is actually connected to the Catholic canon. In reality, she’s a folk figure with great...

Santa Muerte3: Facts and Practices Behind the Saint of Death: Santa Muerte’s Appearance and Purpose

Santa Muerte appears as a skeletal figure, dressed in the colorful and delicate garb of historic Spanish descent, holding a scythe and a globe or set of scales in her hands. No matter how jarring her ...

Santa Muerte4: Facts and Practices Behind the Saint of Death: The Cult of Santa Muerte

Often referred to as the Cult of Santa Muerte by the media, the impassioned followers who devote their time to praying to Santa Muerte began coalescing in the past few decades. Unfortunately, Santa Mu...

Santa Muerte5: Facts and Practices Behind the Saint of Death: Santa Muerte and the Catholic Church

The Catholic Church isn’t known for its historic tolerance, and it certainly doesn’t tolerate Santa Muerte and her followers. Presumably, much of the Church’s frustration with Santa Muerte stems from ...

Santa Muerte6: Facts and Practices Behind the Saint of Death: Dia de Los Muertos and Santa Muerte

Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a well-known Mexican annual holiday which seeks to honor the dead and invite them onto the land of the living. Although not officially connected to the Day o...

Santa Muerte8: Facts and Practices Behind the Saint of Death: Death Can Be Celebrated in Life

Given the significant western cultural taboo surrounding death, it isn’t surprising that many people are wary of Santa Muerte and her followers. However, she stands as a vestige of a myriad of past re...

The Witches’ Darkened Room 1

Within the corner of a darkened room, a woman sits on a chair and hums a repetitive tune. Her eyes are closed and she rocks back and forth, back and forth, back and forth-seeming to sway in some invis...

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She stands and walks to the center of the little room where her table is set with the instruments of her birthright: cup, picking up the glow of moonlight and dripping it onto the cloth beneath; knife...

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from one to the other, in secret nights and ancient tongue, from one to another, by right of succession and ancient oath, until to her it was bequeathed with all that belongs to the passage; a bowl of...

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Very soon the Moon is fully risen and the shafts of silver cover her body and radiate around her. She cries out, in the ancient tongue of the Lands of Lirian, that she is ready to greet her Goddess, w...

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Now she dips her wand into the cup and uses the sacred water to seal her body from all things impure or mundane, thinking, “Be ye far from us, oh ye profane …” She kisses the wand’s tip and lays it ba...

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Her breath is still. The night is still. The forces of life wait expectantly, and suddenly the light returns to flood the room priestess of the Moon cries out to the primordial mother, to whom she was...

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Though the foolish fear what they don’t understand, the magic goes on and the secret survives, for the priestess of the Moon is a witch, and what she represents is at one with what’s living, and all t...

What is Death Witchcraft1: A Few Facts

Death witchcraft can possibly be  as working with and honoring spirits of the dead (ghosts, ancestors) as well as the power of death itself (endings, resurrections). Death witches reflect upon the con...

What is Death Witchcraft2: How is this different from Necromancy:

Necromancy comes from the Greek words nekrs (“dead body”) and mantea (“divination by means of”). Literally, it means speaking to the dead through divination. Most necromancers ...

What is Death Witchcraft3: Why Do you perform Death Witchcraft?

As with any magical path, everyone practices for difference reasons. Some people have an intense fear and fascination with death, and they aim to find peace through this path. Others have experienced ...

What is Death Witchcraft4: What do you do in the Craft?

A lot of spirit work, namely contacting the dead. Some death witches focus on healing the dead, while others work with ghosts to perform other spells. Most death witches conduct shadow work to assuage...

What is Death Witchcraft5: Is death witchcraft spiritual?

Yes and no. Considering how much work death witches do with the spirits of a dead, a general belief in the afterlife is necessary. However, there are  some death witches who engage in past life work a...

What is Death Witchcraft6: Is death witchcraft a “dark” path?

If you mean “dark” in terms of “evil” or “negative,” then the probable answer is no. Naturally, death witchcraft involves death, an idea that many people feel uncom...

What is Death Witchcraft7: Are there any rules in death witchcraft?

No one can enforce rules onto any path, but  a few  may be encouraged. That is respect both the dead and the living. The dead are not your slaves; they’re just as valuable as we are. Respect the...

Dreams of Witches 10: Violent and Repetitive Dreams

All witches can have the ability to project themselves into other people’s dreams. Sometimes this is done with intention…sometimes it is malevolent in nature. Maybe you’ve done something wrong to the ...

Dreams of Witches 9: Dreams of a Past Life 

Sometimes dreams give us a glimpse into our past lives or possibly future lives, for that matter. Dreams of past lives as a witch are common…if you’re a witch in this life. These dreams will be obviou...

Dreams of Witches 8: Magical and Mysterious Teachings

If you’ve had a dream of witches that seems mysterious, mystical, or magical in its very nature…then that’s exactly what it is! It could be that the witches on the astral plane, our mighty dead (witch...

Dreams of Witches 7 : When a Witch is Laughing in a Dream Meaning

Common dreams of witches involve the witch laughing at the dreamer. There are a couple different meanings here. But first, answer this question – is  the witch laughing  at you in a maniacal or evil w...

Dreams of Witches 6: Carnal Dreams of Witches

Are your dreams of witches more on the Carnal side? Do you wake up sweaty and all worked up? What is that witch doing to you? Sure, the carnal witch in your dream could very well be a witch projecting...

Dreams of Witches 5: Witch Dreams that Terrify

  The Night Hag Attack and Sleep Paralysis Sometimes dreams of witches aren’t mystical and whimsical, they’re the exact opposite. Terriying and terrible. Not  every witch in the dream world is out for...

Dreams of Witches 4: Witches in Various Dreamworld Locations

Depending on the setting in which you meet your dream witch will give you an interpretation. Here are a few common witch dream settings: A witch walking along the seashore might indicate you have buri...

Dreams of Witches 2: Spiritual Aspect to Dreams

You may  believe in a spiritual aspect to dreams – that dreams allow us to travel to other dimensions, meet otherworldly beings, be visited by passed loved ones, foretell the future, and clarify on th...

Dreams of Witches 3: Wisdom in your Dreaming

 Witches aren’t necessarily people or beings to be afraid of. They aren’t going around eating babies or making sacrifices in the forest. The witch’s job, may be to aid their community in healing, clea...

Dreams of Witches 1: The Meaning of Meeting Mystics While Asleep

Dreams tell us a lot about ourselves. They can take us to other faraway places, other realms of existence, other universes. Sometimes they can even predict the future or clarify things in the past. Mo...

Dreams of Apparitions 1

These dreams involve people who are dead, whether you know the person or not. The prevailing theory is that in some form, some aspect of that person is actually communicating to you through your dream...

Clairaudient Dreams: Dreams of Apparitions 2

These dreams involve sounds in which you can clearly hear information.

Clairsentient Dreams: Dreams of Apparitions 3

These dreams involve clear empathic feelings or sensations about an event that is occurring as you dream it.

Clairvoyant Dreams: Dreams of Apparitions 4

Clairvoyant dreams are dreams that occur simultaneously with the dream experience of the event you see. There is absolutely nothing you can do about changing or preventing anything you see in a clairv...

Premonition Or Precognitive Dreams: Dreams of Apparitions 5

These are also called futuristic dreams sometimes. They tell us what might occur in the future, not what will necessarily occur. They can be entirely straight forward, or purely symbolic. Precognitive...

Telepathic Dreams: Dreams of Apparitions 6

These are dreams in which communication is made directly from one energy source to another without any mechanical assistance of any kind.

Yarrow: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

Witches and diviners alike have long used the yarrow plant in a number of different ways to induce prophetic dreams pertaining to future marriage mates. The divinatory power of this herb is legendary ...

Wood Betony: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To prevent nightmares or unpleasant visions from interfering with your sleep, pick some leaves from a wood betony plant and then place them beneath your pillow just before going to bed. When scattered...

Vervain: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To prevent nightmares, place a handful of vervain leaves in your bed, wear them in a mojo bag on a string around your neck, or brew them into a tea and drink it just before bedtime. To induce dreams o...

Tobacco: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

Many Native Americans believe that nightmares are capable of causing physical ailments and disease. To keep this from happening to you, go directly to a stream immediately upon waking from a bad dream...

St. John’s Wort: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

One of the most beloved magickal herbs of the ancients, the St. John’s wort has enabled many a young lady to capture a glimpse of her future marriage mate in a dream. To accomplish this, place this he...

Rosemary: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To prevent nightmares, sleep with a mojo bag filled with rosemary beneath your pillow. It is said that he (or she) who sleeps with rosemary underneath the bed will be protected from all manner of harm...

Rose: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

It is said that success in all matters of the heart awaits those who see a red rose in their dreams. If a single woman picks a red rose on a Midsummer’s Eve and sleeps with it tucked between her bosom...

Purslane: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To keep recurring nightmares from interfering with your sleep, place a handful of purslane flowers and leaves beneath your pillow prior to bedtime. According to occult tradition from centuries gone by...

Peppermint: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To induce dreams of a prophetic nature, many Witches stuff dream pillows with the fragrant leaves of the peppermint plant. According to an herbal from olden times, the scent of peppermint “compels one...

Peony: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

For protection against incubus demons, fill a white mojo bag with peony roots, coral, and flint, and then anoint it with three drops of myrrh oil. Pin the mojo bag to your nightgown or pajamas, or att...

Onion:Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To induce dreams of a prophetic nature, place a white onion underneath your pillow before bedtime. This practice is believed to have originated in ancient Egypt, where the onion was at one time regard...

Mullein: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To prevent nightmares, stuff a white mojo bag with mullein leaves and then place it beneath your pillow just before bedtime. According to herbal folklore from centuries gone by, mullein also protects ...

Mugwort: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

Of all the herbs associated with dream magick, mugwort is by far the most popular and the most potent. To induce dreams of a prophetic nature, stuff a dream pillow with mugwort leaves and then rest yo...

Morning Glory: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To safeguard your sleep against nightmares, according to occult tradition, fill a white mojo bag with the seeds of a morning glory plant and place it beneath your pillow just before going to bed. In a...

Mistletoe: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

When placed beneath a pillow at bedtime or put into a white mojo bag and attached to the bedpost or headboard, the leaves and berries of the mistletoe plant are said to prevent nightmares and insomnia...

Mimosa: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To induce dreams of a prophetic nature, fill a blue or yellow mojo bag with mimosa flowers and then place it beneath your pillow before you go to sleep.  In addition, anointing your Third Eye chakra w...

Marigold: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To induce dreams of a prophetic nature, scatter the flowers of a marigold under and around your bed before turning in for the evening. This plant is also said to induce dreams that reveal the true ide...

Mandrake: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

The mandrake is unquestionably the most magickal of all plants, and the part of it most commonly employed in the casting of spells is its mysterious root, which bears a curious resemblance to the huma...

Lemon Verbena: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

For a dreamless slumber, fill a gray-colored charm bag with lemon verbena and wear it on a string around your neck when you go to sleep. Additionally, drinking a bit of the juice extracted from the pl...

Jasmine: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

For restful sleep and pleasant dreams, sleep with a blue mojo bag filled with jasmine flowers beneath your pillow or sewn to the inside of your pillowcase.  To induce dreams of a prophetic nature, bur...

Hyacinth: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

For the prevention of nightmares, grow a hyacinth plant in a pot and keep it as close to your bed as possible. When dried and burned as incense prior to bedtime, the fragrant flowers of the hyacinth a...

Huckleberry: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

“To make all your dreams come true, burn the leaves [of a huckleberry plant] in your bedroom directly before going to sleep.” After seven days have passed, that which you have dreamt shall be made man...

Holly: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

An old Witch’s method to induce prophetic dreams is as follows: Without speaking a single word, gather together nine holly leaves at the witching hour (midnight) on a Friday. Wrap them in a white clot...

Heliotrope: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To induce dreams of a prophetic nature, place some heliotrope leaves beneath your pillow prior to bedtime. A full moon is the ideal lunar phase in which to do this. If you have had personal possession...

Cinquefoil: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

  Also known by the folk-name “five-finger grass,” the cinquefoil is said to assure restful sleep when put into a blue mojo bag and suspended from the bedpost. Place a sprig of cinquefoil contain...

Cedar: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

When burned as incense, the wood of the cedar is said to “cure the predilection to having bad dreams. Sleep with cedar twigs beneath your pillow to help awaken or strengthen your psychic powers. A ced...

Buchu: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To induce dreams of a prophetic nature, mix a pinch of dried buchu leaves with a pinch of frankincense. On a night of the full moon, light a charcoal block (which can be bought at most occult shops an...

Bracken: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

If you are faced with a problem to which you cannot find a solution, an old magickal spell suggests placing the root of a bracken underneath your pillow just before you go to sleep. Occult folklore ho...

Bay:Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To induce dreams of a prophetic nature, place bay leaves beneath your pillow before going to sleep. It is said that bay leaves, when cast into a fire on a night of the full moon, can enable one to see...

Ash: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To induce dreams of a prophetic nature, place seven leaves from an ash tree beneath your pillow before going to sleep. The ash tree, which was sacred to the ancient Teutons and symbolic of their mytho...

Anise: Herbs Associated with Dream Magick

To prevent nightmares, fill a white mojo bag with as many anise seeds as it can possibly hold, and then sew it to the inside of your pillowcase. This simple, yet effective, Witch’s spell from the Midd...

Modern Use of the Watchtowers

The Modern use of Watchtower Elementals is said to be derived from the works of Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelly. It is also said that Aleister Crowley introduced Gerald Gardner to the Elementals (see be...

The 48 Keys/Calls to the Watchtowers

There are 48 “Calls” or “Keys” that open the gates of these “astral residences.” These are symbolically represented by a large letter square. It is divided into fou...

The 48 Gates of Understanding

It is said Edward Kelly was a seer and alchemist, and John Dee was a sage. Kelly “received messages” from a group of beings of the spirit who claimed they were the same who had instructed ...

Watcher of the West & North

Marking the Autumnal Equinox was Antares, Watcher of the West. The North Watcher was the marker of Winter Solstice, Foralhaut. Actual towers, called Ziggurats (cosmic mountains) were built as a form o...

The Watcher of the East

The Watcher of the East was the star Aldebaran.This star marked the time of the Vernal Equinox. The Watcher of the South was Regulus, marking the time of the Summer Solstice.

The Watchers and the Watchtowers

Know the history of the Watchers and Watchtowers and why they are called upon in circle. If you don’t know their purpose, why call? Early History They are considered an old race who have gone pa...

The Children of the Grigori

Angels are strictly forbidden to associate with the Children of the Grigori or, God forbid, any actual remaining Grigori they might run across in the course of a mission. Amaros – Taught men the...

Grigori

As has been implied before, angels — though filled with God’s divine grace — are eminently corruptible in the corporeal world (physical plane) and, perhaps more importantly, when in ...

THE WATCH Also Known as Grigori

Watcher Angels according to ThBook of Jubilees, are the sons of God sent from heaven to instruct the children of men; they fell after they descended to earth and cohabitated with the daughters of men ...

The Power of Our Thoughts

We who are lightworkers are already aware of the power of our thoughts. What we are continuing to learn, however, is that our thoughts arel.p. even more powerful than we suspected! A large part of our...

Positively Lightworking

Researchers have known for years that prayer positively affects plants and animals. These studies reveal something that many lightworkers have already known: our collective prayers and healing thought...

Spiritual Gifts of a Lightworker

Many lightworkers are discovering innate spiritual gifts, such as psychic communication skills and spiritual healing abilities. These are the gifts that we volunteered to use to heal the earth and her...

You are a lightworker

You are a lightworker if you feel called to heal others want to resolve the world’s social and environmental problems believe that spiritual methods can heal any situation have had mystical expe...

The Healing Power of Lightworkers

Lightworkers are those who volunteered, before birth, to help the planet and its population heal from the effects of fear. Each lightworker is here for a sacred purpose. Very often, however, life on e...

Are you an Earth Angel?

  Do you feel different from other people, as if you were dropped off on this planet and wonder when someones coming to take you home? If so, then you may be an Earth Angel. If you have a passion...

Create an Ancestors Altar 7 Ancestor Altar Conclusion

You have your ancestor altar set up, but now what? Use your altar as a physical, tangible place where you speak to your ancestors. Speak out loud or in your mind, it doesn’t matter. Also provide regul...