Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Laura Tempest Zakroff, author of The Witch's Cauldron and the new Sigil Witchery.
The most frequent interview question that I received after writing The Witch's Cauldron was, "What's your favorite use for the cauldron?" Well, in our house, our five-foot-long, claw-foot tub is our beloved, most-used cauldron. So, consequently, my most common magickal applications center around bathing.
But there's more to bathing rituals and spells than herbal infusions and salt mixtures (check out "The Blessed Bathtub," pages 203-209 of The Witch's Cauldron, if you want to know more about these classic methods.) Did you know you could use sigils to focus
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Aaron Leitch, author of several books, including Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires, The Angelical Language Volume I and Volume II, and Essential Enochian Grimoire.
I would like to talk about grimoires. Not a specific grimoire, like the Key of Solomon, or Heptameron, or Lemegeton. This isn't even about their contents, or their history. No, what I want to talk about are the actual physical grimoires—those dangerous things made of paper and cardboard, with arcane scribbles of ink on their pages. Books that at various time and places (including to this very day) could get you arrested and worse. That pretty thing you might like to display