Bell, Book & Candle: Crystals & Stones →
sapphyrwitch: by pagannewswriters: Agate - courage, strength, love, protection Amethyst - courage, psychic energy, dreams, healing additions, peace, happiness, love Aquamarine - courage, purification, peace, psychic awareness Aventurine - money, luck, mental agility, peace,…
Six Natural Alternatives to Ibuprofen! →
A Very Happy Ostara To You All!
What is everyone doing to celebrate this spring equinox?!
Fuck Yeah Paganism: Ostara ~ Eostre →
fuckyeahpaganism: (Oh-star-ah) ~ Lesser Sabbat, usually held during the vernal equinox Other Names: Ostre, Oestre, Eostre, Rites of Spring, Eostra’s Day, Lady Day, First Day of Spring, Easter, St. Patrick’s Day, Alban Eiler, Bacchanalia, Mean Earraigh, Pasch, Caisg, Pess Date: Spring Equinox (March…
: Minerals that are NOT suitable for adding to... →
natural-magics: This is a list of crystals and stones that are not suitable for placing in water, especially for crystal elixirs. From: Gem Water: How to Prepare and Use Over 130 Crystal Waters for Therapeutic Treatments by Joachim Goebel and Michael Gienger. Alunite: Non toxic but…
Mistica Luna: Crystals For the Beginner →
mistica-luna: These stones are recommended for the beginner, a starter set if you will. Agates - Come in a variety of colors, spotted, striped etc. 5,000 years ago, the Ancient Egyptians used Agates for amulets and jewelry. Tiger’s eye - Is a brown chalcedony with gold highlights. Ancient Romans carried them…
veganfeast: vegan pâtisserie: Rose Water, its Miracle Benefits & Medicinal Qualities hugieia: The qualities, valuable secrets and benefits of rose water were discovered through an ancient romantic story that relates as follows. An emperor in ancient Persia, for his royal wedding to a princess, once ordered rose water to be filled in his imperial fountains. After their…
Our Own Truths: witchin on a budget →
inkedbettycrocker: Many of us are cutting back with the cost of living going up and paychecks going down. Here are things I’ve learned to use over the years for magical practice and spellwork that are easy to find at any dollar store, thrift, etc. and sometimes in bulk. birthday candles…
Sinful Debauchery: DOWNLOADABLE E-BOOKS! WICCA,... →
sinful-debauchery: I provide here a number of books and guides on Wicca, Witchcraft, Paganism and the occult. This is just a small glance at the hundreds of files I possess and should this prove popular and people request more I shall upload more in the future. I understand that a number of “traditionalists” might…
A Goddess Arrives!
I might just be behind on the times here, but when reading the post below about Gardner, I saw the bullet that said he came to and wrote in Cyprus during his life. WHAT?! His book A Goddess Arrives is set in Cyprus and according to Amazon was, “written with meticulous attention to setting and details of life in the Cyprus of the fifteenth century B.C.E. The vivid depictions place the reader...
Fox News Apologized;
wiccanink: Oh my god lookie lookie click here [x] For those of you who don’t know Fox News decided to bash everything we know and love and now they are apologizing because of our hard work to get our voices out there. This is what got us all upset in the first place [x]
Mercury goes into retrograde today. Good day to avoid any and all serious...– (via the-soaring-eagle)
Petition to get Fox News to apologize for... →
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I really wish people would explore herbalism a bit more. Instead of asking for a...– Herbs always work, ALWAYS… ask any successful herbal kitchen witch! (via the-soaring-eagle)
The Citrus Mage: Herbal ‘Concerns’ Masterlist I-N →
citrusmage: Third install~ I am so sorry for the late post!~ Herbs can be hazardous to your health when improperly used. Making a list of herbal safety warnings for the Pagan Community, but it can be used by everyone needing information or just curious. I don’t necessarily care if you give credit or not- all…
Little Irish Poet: Emergency Spell Substitutes →
dytiern: Aconite: Tobacco or the flowering tobacco (Nicotiana) Ambergris: Vanilla beans Angelica: Marigold or calendula Bergamot: Bee balm flowers, or try loose-leaf Earl Grey tea Belladonna: Tobacco or the flowering tobacco (Nicotiana) Betony: Lamb’s ears Blood: Apple cider or apple juice Camphor:…