A Day of Thanks and Giving: Understanding the Truth About Thanksgiving and Celebrating it as a Pagan

Since Samhain I have not had to time to even think about the upcoming holidays. With the opening of the online portion of my store, The Hierophant, setting up my 2019 Salem area tour (yes, I did say Salem, Woohoo!, and finishing up my 2018 classes I have been so consumed. So, I thought I … Continue reading A Day of Thanks and Giving: Understanding the Truth About Thanksgiving and Celebrating it as a Pagan

An Excerpt From “The Modern Witch’s Curriculum”: Daytime Magick

As the sun began to touch the tip of the mountains the drumming began again, the cries of the sacred drummers seemed to echo around us. I could feel the energy of the day to come pounding through my body. The fire that sent our prayers the night before was still raging in anticipation of … Continue reading An Excerpt From “The Modern Witch’s Curriculum”: Daytime Magick

“Take me! I am of great power”, The Illusive Hag Stone

In my twenty plus years of being a Witch I have never found a hag stone. However, my roommate who is also a practicing Witch has found more than she can count. What makes these stones show up more for one person and not another? To find out I started looking more into what they … Continue reading “Take me! I am of great power”, The Illusive Hag Stone

I “totem” so! – Respecting “Living Cultures”

Cultural appropriation has been a phrase that has been showing up in many areas of social media,‭ ‬especially within the Pagan and indigenous communities.‭ ‬Just recently I was witness to an interesting conversation in a Facebook group that sparked the idea of this blog entry and thought I would write about it.‭ ‬I want to … Continue reading I “totem” so! – Respecting “Living Cultures”