Let’s make a money bowl to start off the New Year! With the new year here my only resolution has been to post more and embrace my practice out in the open more. So with this in mind I want to share with you all a few things I am going to start using more in my daily practice. From Poppets, to Cinnamon Rituals on the 1st of the month, to other simple DIY things you can do on your own. Simmer Pots, Money Bowls, and anointing oils, there are so many things for me to share with you all.
A poppet can be as simple or as elaborate as you like — it all depends on how much time and effort you want to put into it. You can construct one out of just about any material — cloth, clay, wood, wax. Use your imagination! In some magical traditions, it’s believed that the more work you put into it, and the more complex it is, the stronger your link will be to your goal. Because a poppet is a device for sympathetic magic, all of its components will be symbols of what it is you hope to achieve.
You can do your poppet-making as part of the working itself, or it can be made ahead of time so you can use the poppet later on. Which method you choose is really up to you.
Many people are interested in learning about sigil magic, including how to charge a sigil, what a sigil is, and how to make one. The process of creating a symbol or image in your subconscious mind to bring a desire to fruition is known as making a sigil. The practice of sigil magic has the potential to elevate your spirituality to new heights. There are a wide range of ways of making sigils which is exquisite on the grounds that you can modify a procedure that turns out best for you!
A harmless kids toy or a portal into the worlds beyond, that has been the subject of many different debates within the spiritual communities for years. I am sure many of you have had your own experiences that at on time or another involved this board and a planchet. However, what I want to talk to you about is the history of the board itself and the proper usage if you must use one.
Witchcraft doesn’t require fancy, glittery wands, swords or chalices. Your altar doesn’t have to look like a scene from Game of Thrones (unless you want it to). In fact, there are everyday household items that most people have in their house that can be used in witchcraft. These household staples are just as powerful as…
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Welcome to the world of magic, where the Magician has been pulled in your reading and you are very curious as to what he has to tell you. What does he mean, what does the card have to show you? We will explore the meaning and the history behind the Magician today and use two different decks to tell his story.
Today we decided to touch base on some basic terminology for witchcraft, this is by no means a complete guide to Witchcraft ABC’s but it is an introduction to more of the key terms you will hear throughout you journey/path into your craft. We hope this helps some of you who are just starting out or hope it helps you explain to someone else what some of these things might mean.
Okay, who is up for part three of the series, what type of witch are you? We hope you are enjoying this series so far and we have worked hard on each one of the articles. So let’s jump right into this one with a mix of some widely known and some lesser known types of witches. If you have not found what to call yourself or where you fit in your path, maybe this list and break down will help you. At the end if you still haven’t found what you are looking for, stay tuned because there will be a part 4!
There are many types of witches, with many different types of backgrounds. This post will explore the different kinds of witches and what to look for if you are trying to define yourself as a witch. We will go over 10 of the most common witches there are today and at a later date we will explore some of the other types there are.