Flowers in Magic: Post 2

Neither religion nor a scientific idea, magic is said to be a supernatural belief and practice. Instead, it is said to be using or possessing supernatural abilities to cause baffling occurrences.

Some ideas of magic are just for fun, and magicians use optical illusions to trick the mind of the audience. In the meantime, some magic is thought to be a superpower that can be found in objects or used in witchcraft to bring about a desired outcome.

We are all aware that various flowers have distinct meanings and symbols. However, did you know that some flowers are also said to possess potent magical properties?

The following are some flowers that, over the course of time, have captivated our imaginations and are said to possess magic and power.

What is Freya’s Day? Or is it Frigg’s Day?

Have you ever wondered about the days of the week and where their names came from? What did they originally stand for? And what do they mean for many of us today?
There is much debate as to which goddess the day is for. Is it for Freya, is it for Frigg? Ultimately it is for the individual who practices to choose for themselves, which goddess to honor or what it represents as a whole. To help you decide, we will look at some different origins and thoughts from across the years.

Let’s Talk about Poppets

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.

What type of which are you: Part 3

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!

Pagan Deism, Science is Magic & Magic is Science.

Well, it looks like it is time for me to push outside the norm once more. To push that envelope further and explore a topic that has been weighing on me for several months now. It is in part why we have had a lack of content here on the blog. Part of why it takes me so long to write these particular posts is that I heavily research the topic before writing it. I do not want it just ot be an opinion piece, I want it to hold some validity.

What type of witch are you?

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.