What do green witchcraft, nature magick, outdoor-focused Paganism and a love of the natural world all have in common? Besides being awesome, they're areas that are covered extensively in author Rachel Patterson's fantastic book, Witchcraft into the Wilds, which I review in this post.
We've reached the halfway mark to October 31st. To celebrate that exciting point, this post delves into 31 ways to celebrate Halloween and Samhain all year long.
A new season is here, but before we throw ourselves into all things spring, let's take a look back at some interesting, informative, and engaging links from around the web that have caught my eye in recent months.
Delve into the heart of the Spring Equinox with this festive post that explores 10 free and low cost ways to celebrate Ostara - as well as what Ostara means, when Ostara occurs, and much more.
February 29th comes but once every four years. Learn more about the magickal properties and correspondences of this rare event, coupled with a handy spell to perform on February 29th that can help you to overcome hurdles in your life.
You might have heard of graveyard dirt, but are you familiar with the magickal properties of graveyard snow? Read on for tips and ideas on how to use graveyard snow in your wintertime magick.
Instead of flash in the pan New Year's resolutions, why not focus on concrete, realistic ways to help you achieve a more magickally and spiritually centered year? Read on to discover twelve effective ways to do just that.
More so than any other contemporary Pagan sabbat, Imbolc is associated with dairy foods. But it dairy, or animal products in general, are not on the literal table for you, it's time for some plant-based alternatives instead. This post lists many, along with numerous other foods and herbs that work excellently for Imbolc.