Bronwynn Forrest Torgerson presents a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the life of a Witch. With warmth, humor, and candor, Torgerson shares rituals, stories, songs, spells, and poetry from her many years of Craft practice. Each month of the year has a theme, from "Journeys" in January to "Gift from the Gods" in December. This treasury of Witchy wisdom weaves together memory, reverie, mythology, and practical spellworkings to offer a unique and multifaceted view of the Witch's life.
House Blessing Ritual • Cup of Joy • I Call to the Storm Crow Season • Sea Mother Spell Sorting It Out with Sticks • Bonechant Poem Ancestor Ritual • The Grandmother Tree
The season of Pagan festivals is upon us! From coast to coast, they stretch in grand array, each with something unique to offer, so many to choose from within your grasp. Bronwynn Forrest Torgerson, author of One Witch's Way, offers up a festival alphabet to make your selection easier and ensure that you have the experience your heart desires.
We all have our own interpretations and honoring of the four elemental quadrants. Whatever attributes we ascribe to the elements, we can use their unique energies to lend guidance and clarification in our lives. Bronwynn Forrest Torgerson, author of
Paganism is a beautiful blending of the inner world that we keep deep inside, and the outer world, nature in its glorious abundance. The closer a view we have of both our inner spiritual selves and of the natural world in which we live and function, the more awe-inspiring our spiritual path becomes.
So in this article, I'd like to look at both the personal and the natural. First we journey...
There are three things that people say to me most commonly when they discover Iím a Witch. Number 1: You donít look like a Witch. Number 2: I thought you guys arenít into making money? Number 3: Iím surprised that you think that stuff really works! ...
Mabon, of all the Sabbats, does not directly correlate to any known Celtic or Anglo-Saxon holiday. Instead, the harvest that it celebrates honored an entire season of sacred, survival-ensuring work. Mabon's predecessor, Michaelmas, came about as a recognized holy day during harvest season as a means of subverting the Pagan harvest traditions by... read this article