Shit You Throw Away But Shouldn’t Because ~ Witchcraft ~ (Frugal Witchery) Practicing Witchcraft should not be hard on your wallet. It is my firm belief that witchcraft, at its most basic, is the craft of the downtrodden, the terrified, the poor. The last resort when all else has turned to shit… You don’t need… Continue reading SYTABSBW #1 | Coffee Grounds & Filters
I recently ordered this pendant from New Age Glam on Ebay and thought I would quickly review my experience, as I get many asks wondering where one can reliably purchase witchy jewelry. The shop is located in Canada (BC), the prices are reasonable, and the item quality is great! Shipping was very fast. There was… Continue reading Shop Shout Out | New Age Glam
Beloved Hekate, defender of the weak,
protector of those who fear the might of the wicked,
for whom each step into the dark is filled with dread,
I pray to you, I ask your favor. Hekate,
who knows well of all things we mortals most fear,
who knows well how best to drive away all ill,
I ask your blessing. Goddess, preserve my home
and my family from evil, guard us well
against all that would do us harm. Goddess, hold back
the dangers of the dark, grant me wisdom and courage
that I may face my fears and my foes with open eyes.
The following is the daily blessing I recite with my Pearl Girl, either in the morning or before bed (whenever she happens to come up to me with her prayer beads and ask). It is indeed adapted from the Wiccan elemental/five-fold kiss. I’ve always liked it’s format, though its blessings are… not my cup of… Continue reading Daily Blessing Prayer
Share your favorite spiritual/magickal practices. Hearth Witchery (as I define it) is a term I use to describe my own personal practice, which revolves around my family, my home, and is heavily influenced by the folk-craft traditions passed down to me through my aunts. Though similarities can be drawn between Kitchen, Cottage, Hedge, and Green… Continue reading Personal Practice | Hearth Witchery
Ech. Resolutions. Every year, for the past decade, has seen repetition, or some variation of, the same, tired resolutions that, come February (or March, If I'm particularly motivated that year), are forgotten, or abandoned. Meh. Next Year.