Every wanted to learn more about the Pagan sabbats and wondered what kinds of books were out there on the topic? Wonder no more, as I've put together the ultimate list of Pagan sabbat books for your reading pleasure.
The Pagan sabbat of Lammas / Lughnasadh is upon us again. To celebrate the first of the harvest season sacred days, we're taking a look at 17 classic art paintings that capture the beauty and spirit of Lammas superbly.
The classic pastime of doing jigsaw puzzles has seen renewed interest in recent years - especially since the pandemic began. In this post, we'll take a gander at 25 puzzles that are perfect for witches and Pagans, as well as some ideas for working jigsaw puzzle magick.
Summer has arrived and that means it's time to look back at the spring of 2021 with this fun link love + personal life update filled quarterly post.
Paper crafting is one of the largest crafting sectors in the world, yet there are no mainstream Pagan or witchcraft related brands or companies producing these kinds of products. This post explores why that is and highlights creative ways that you can help get around the issue.
As a season that is especially near and dear to many of our hearts draws to a close, it's time to reflect back on this autumn and delve into a wide array of witchy, crafty, and otherwise engaging links that have caught my eye in recent months.
Summer 2020 is winding down and that means it's time for a new edition of my link roundup series Magick, Crafty Makes, and Me.
The second of the harvest season sabbats, Mabon, is upon us again. In this post we explore 15 awesome free and low-cost ways to celebrate the Fall Equinox.
Witchcraft: A Handbook of Magic Spells and Potions by Anastasia Greywolf is a captivatingly beautiful looking book, but it's contents are apt to surprise many. In this book review post, I provide a frank view on what is really going on behind this title's eye-catching cover.