Use to select wands/other tools; burn in candle spells; add chips to charms/spells, etc. Alder: water magic, strength, foundations. Apple: love, spirit food, unicorns, beauty, regeneration, eternity. Ash: study, health, enhance magic, peace, re-birth, awakening, Underworld. Aspen: overcoming obstacles, intuition, Otherworld communication. Birch: purification, blessing, health, beginnings,...
January is a month of new beginnings, so this month’s column is meant to provide a few words of guidance for beginners new to witchcraft and eager to learn more this year. There are different types of learners: some do best with a teacher, some are more motivated in a group setting, some learn by doing, and some turn to books. Think back to a learning experience that gave you satisfaction and...
Combine in a teapot:
3 tsp black tea
1/2 tsp chamomile
1 tsp dandelion rood
1/2 tsp elder flower
1/2 tsp hops
1/2 tsp mugwort
1/2 tsp raspberry leaf
1 1/2 tsp rose hips
saying as you drop the herbs into the pot or filter basket:
Black for power; apple of night, root of the sun, Lady’s blessing, Lord’s leap for joy, then between the worlds to Fairy bramble, with token of love, brewed...
After writing several books encompassing aspects of my family heritage of Green Witchcraft, I felt the time was right to offer people their own copy of my personal Book of Shadows and Grimoire. As part of the source of inspiration for the previous ...
During my rare classes on Green Witchcraft, questions and situations arise relating to the actual process of magical work. I realized that there was more information to be shared. My course on the Witchcraft of Nature spans eight consecutive ...
Herbs are wonderful creatures. They can soothe a sore throat in a tea, add luster to hair in a rinse or enhance luck in an amulet. Anyone practicing magic should already have some familiarity with their wide range of uses; and if not, there exists a ...