I have been so consumed with the store, organizing events, and finalizing my Salem tour that I haven’t had a chance to post something new on my blog. I am also hoping by the end of January everything will be put into place and I can return to finishing up “The Little Witch’s Curriculum” before … Continue reading Imbolc, A Festival of (Hekate, The) Light (Bringer), an adaptation from Casting Creative Magickal Circles.
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
Recognized as one of the most important holidays of the year, Samhain, meaning "Summer's End," is a major festival with several aspects. It is the celebration of the end of the harvest and the start of the dark half of the year, because of this transition it is also known as "The Witches’ New Year”. … Continue reading Casting Creative Magickal Circles: Samhain excerpt
Mabon is the second in the three harvest festivals, also known as the Autumnal Equinox and is commonly seen as the Witch’s Thanksgiving. It is a day of balance, when the equal hours of both light and dark are seen in the sun’s journey toward the equator. At this time, many Wiccans and witches give … Continue reading Casting Creative Magickal Circles: Mabon excerpt
This 30+ page e-book outlines unique ways of casting magickal circles for all Eight Sabbaths and the Moon Phases. It Contains principle information and personal references that any coven or solitary witch would need to create fun and interesting rituals. Casting Creative Magickal Circles is available for download at: The Lulu Bookstore … Continue reading “Casting Creative Magickal Circles” by E. Massey