Mabon is the time of the harvest feast. At the Autumnal Equinox,
we celebrate and honor Earth's bounty by feasting on goodies from
the home garden, farmers' market, and green grocer. This autumn
dinner represents harvest cooking at its best. A mélange of autumn
vegetables roasts with a juicy whole chicken. Julienned vegetables
in a tart vinaigrette provide a zesty complement to the main...
Here’s one recipe you might enjoy trying. It’s made from easy to find, nontoxic ingredients, and you’ll feel like a medieval chemist as you brew it up. Moonwriting Ink 1 black tea bag 1 ⁄3 c. charged full moon water A small saucepan 1 ⁄4 c. white vinegar 1 unsoaped steel wool pad Small bowl Unbleached cotton/cheesecloth Toothpick or wooden skewer Optional: gum arabica; 3% hydrogen...
Most magickal people work with spells, charms, and rituals on a regular basis. Many of us are perfectly happy to pull out a spellbook and use an already existing spell or formula. Susan Pesznecker, author of Crafting Magick with Pen and Ink, feels that doing so robs us of the magical intention that comes with creating your own spells, and guides us through eight simple steps to creating our own spells.