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?
Wolf – Oracle Card of the Day: Wild, intelligent spirit of the plains and forests, Wolf takes what he needs no more no less. He counsels you to do the same. Follow his confident, firm paw prints down uncharted tracks, listen attentively to your own inner voice as you walk, trust in the strength of
Fool – Tarot Card of the Day: Sometimes we just need to go for it and take a risk. Today is one of those days. Make the big leap, try the new thing, go on that grand adventure. We can’t live our lives waiting for things to happen, we have to make them happen. So,
There have been loads of articles, books, and blogs about how to write and perform successful ritual. But what makes a bad ritual? What faux pas must happen in order to tank a ritual? How do you have a rotten ritual?
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
Dolphin – Oracle Card of the Day: Dolphin embodies the power of patience. She shows you how with time and slow determination you can do anything. By making small changes, little by little, you can move mountains and become the person your heart desires.
Seven of Swords – Tarot Card of the Day: You’ve a big decision ahead of you today, one you’ve been putting off for quite a while. Others may offer you advice and criticism, thinking that you can’t handle this on your own. Trust yourself to make the right decisions. No one else can truly know
Three of Swords – Tarot Card of the Day: No matter how hard you try you just can’t seem to get past the pain of betrayal. This pain has been lingering and festering for some time now. The Three of Swords reminds us that pain is a part of our growing process. It should not
Crab – Oracle Card of the Day: Crab moves to the rhythms of the Moon following her ebb and flow, rising and setting. The Crab counsels that you align your own life with nature and allow yourself to truly thrive. Crab also bids that you protect yourself from harm but counsels that with the courage