A long-practicing witch told me she was an avowed skeptic. She went on to say she required tangible evidence before she believed in anything. How could this person be a skeptic? How do you produce such magick and still be such a skeptic. Does skepticism belong in Witchcraft?
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As a teacher of Witchcraft I hope to make at least a small impact on my students. Yet if I am allowed only one thing for my students to take with them let it be the value of research before meeting the Gods. If I can impart, nay, drill into my students the absolute need
We may all romanticize about what we want our magickal lives to be. But mundane life often intervenes. In this article I share 10 Ways To Make Time For Magick
Every once in a while we seem to get out of sync, slow down, and our magickal practice stops, well, being magickal. Our rituals fade into memory, and a quick “hello” to the moon is as good as it gets. This is when our work gets hard as we try breaking a magickal dry spell.
Witches are known for our free spirits, for doing the unusual, the mystical. Being a witch or magickal practitioner is all about forging new paths and creating our own realities. So, why do we need any sort of boundaries? What are these magickal boundaries and how do we go about setting and/or breaking them?