Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Leslie J. Linder, author of the new Spinstress Craft.
My new book revamps and reclaims the terrible old stereotype of a spinster (an independent female earning her own coin). The spinstress uses magick, mystique, and her own inner glow to create exactly the life she wants. Her relationships are on her terms, and whenever she is single that is just fabulous too. The book additionally speaks to womxyn. This is meant to make a slightly less binary space for anyone who feels called to spinstress craft. In this journey you will get to:
Consecrate your makeup, shoes, or whatever make you feel pretty and powerful in your daily life. There is
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Emily Carding, author of the new So Potent Art.
In my latest book, So Potent Art: The Magic of Shakespeare (due out from Llewellyn in July 2021), I explore the magical and supernatural content of Shakespeare and its possible practical applications. Here are a few ways in which you can start using Shakespeare in your magical practice today!
Use Iambic Pentameter. Whilst this is a phrase that may strike some with dread, it simply means a line of ten beats with five emphasised beats, or "iambs," so the rhythm of a line reads as such: da DUM, da DUM, da DUM, da DUM, da DUM. Shakespeare wrote in this way as the rhythm best replicates the
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jason Mankey, author of The Witch's Book of Shadows, The Witch's Athame, Transformative Witchcraft, Witch's Wheel of the Year, and the new Horned GOd of the Witches.
It was near the end of our first year in California, and my wife and I were actively searching for a new place to live. Our townhouse was "fine," but it was a long way from our local downtown (we like to walk a lot!) and neighbors on both sides of us meant no Witchcraft rituals at our place with friends. Before the magick, happened my wife looked at me and said, "Would it be so bad if we had to stay in our current place for one more year?"
We were at a bar having a drink
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sandra Kynes, author of several books, including The Herb Gardener's Essential Guide, Crystal Magic, and the new Tree Magic, among many others.
Holding a ritual or conducting a spell in a forest or under a tree in your backyard is an obvious way to integrate the energy of trees with your practices. Of course, it is not the only way. A twig, leaf, nut, flower, fruit, piece of bark, or anything from a tree embodies its energy and can be used to represent it. You probably already incorporate trees into your practices for seasonal energy with flowers in the spring, fruit in summer, nuts and fallen leaves in autumn.
Sometimes, you may not