A Birthday Wishing Spell
Yesterday was my birthday, and all throughout the day and spilling over into this morning people have been sending me birthday wishes....
Ride the Yuletide!
Here it is, the shortest day of the year, followed by the longest night. The Winter Solstice. When the sun rises tomorrow (12/22/22) it...
The Year-End Review
This post includes how to accomplish a year-end review, how to sort experiences into a naughty list and a nice list, and instructions on...
Lughnasadh: A MODERN TAKE
I went in search of something fresh about Lughnasadh, the holiday Wiccans north of the Equator are celebrating in early August, some on...
Get What You Want
So how do we get everything we want in life? When asked this question, the first thing I noticed was that it includes two verbs: get and...
Beltane and Sex
As anyone who has read The Mists of Avalon and its sequels already suspects, Beltane was once observed with bawdy parties and revelry and lo
Traditionally celebrated on February 2nd, Imbolc's astrological date is the halfway point between the Winter Solstice just gone by and...
SAMHAIN: The Inward Spiral
The Highest of the High Holy Days The Veil between the worlds is said to be thinnest at the Great Sabbat of Samhain. It's just as thin,...
Harm None - The Golden Rule of the Craft
From the earliest days of Wicca, there;ss the admonition "do what you will but harm none." Many say that's impossible. It's not. Here's why
The First Harvest | Lughnasadh
for me, it's the beginning of my favorite season of the year, the one that is known as the Season of the Witch.
Summer Solstice thoughts, symbols, and ritual ideas follow. May your growth be rampant, your rainfall be plenty, and may the summer sun radi
Sacred Texts of the Craft: The Witch's Rune
The Witches Rune seems to be a basic Altar Devotion or Altar Quickening, that is a rite one performs at the very beginning of ritual.
Sacred Texts of the Craft: The Witches' Creed
Doreen is responsible for the most beautiful and widely known writings in the Craft and this is one of them. The Witches Creed lays out the
Sacred Texts of the Craft: The Wiccan Rede
I tweeted a line from the Rede the other day and was stunned at how many who practice nature religions had never heard it before.
Law of Attraction and The Rule of Three
There’s hot debate about the Wiccan Rule of Three. Many believe the first mention of this “rule” seemed to come from a novel by,,,