Happy Samhain and New Year!!! For those of my readers who keep up on me via social media may have seen the ton of projects and events I have been organizing and participating in. I finally have some time to sit down and write a blog post. As you can see, along with my new … Continue reading “Cantaloupes” and Little Witches, The Best is Yet to Come!
With 2019 just around the corner E. Massey has put together a list of the classes and workshops he will be offering to the community. In the coming year he will offer more intense topics than his previous classes (which will still be available upon request) that will encourage spiritual exploration and personal growth to … Continue reading List of New Classes and Workshops by E. Massey for 2019
The Halloween season for children and adults alike is a very sensory time of year. With costume parades, haunted hay rides, the thrill of wearing big comfy sweat shirts, the scuffing of feet on the way to school or work, the smell of autumn fires and my favorite the pumpkin spice coffee and treats popping … Continue reading Children and Samhain
http://www.southjerseypaganpride.org/ E. Massey will be presenting "That Little Witch" workshop at this years South Jersey's Pagan Pride on October 6th. He will also be available for private tarot readings throughout the day for only $10. His books and magickal candles will also be available for purchases. Parents will learn how to use ECE and development … Continue reading Event: South Jersey Pagan Pride 2018
I was recently asked to contribute to a project for Denofgeek.com relating to teenagers and teaching them in the magickal arts. As an educator in both the mundane and the spiritual, this topic has been something I have written and talked about for years. I just never really touched it on my blog, however I … Continue reading Teenagers and Witchcraft: Exploring a Magickal Path On Their Own
A child’s imagination can take them to worlds we can only dream about, and for some adults that does not even happen. The possibilities are endless if we let a child play and allow them to take on the roles they choose. A perfect example of this, is after a child watches their favorite TV … Continue reading Personal Power Rangers: Children and The Use of Magick and Spells
The inscription at the base of the Statue of Liberty reads “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore.” These lines come from a poem called "The New Colossus", which was written by Emma Lazarus in 1883 as a donation to help raise … Continue reading Hekate: Our Lady of Liberty and The Detained Children
It has been a while since I have posted on my blog, much of my time lately has been focused on classes, promotion, and private facilitated ceremonies. After being asked to join the staff of The Witches Daily Cauldron as writer for parenting articles, I thought I should get back to writing. So, I thought … Continue reading Who Wants Ice Cream? Teaching Children about Pagan Traditions and Pantheons
In the popular children’s book, “If you give a mouse a cookie” by Laura Numeroff, a little boy’s pet mouse asks for a cookie which starts a chain reaction of wanting more and more, until returning back to the start which suggests that it will begin over again from the cookie. I use this book … Continue reading If You Give a Mouse a Cookie: Teaching Children About Cause and Effect in Magick
Nope, this is not a political post, well not in the sense of taking a particular side of recent tragic events. Kudos to those who caught the play on the title. Anyway, after a night of spending what should have been three-hours in a car, no thanks to a snow storm, I planned to use … Continue reading Dear Fellow Pagans and Witches, Do you love your Guns, Gods, and Community?