Magickal Preparations for Winter

1.  Cleanse each room of energy debris…The negative stuff, the dark and ugly energy lurking in the corners and beneath the couch and chairs, the energy that hides in the cubbies and closets and scares those children who sense it…smudge, incense, burn candles, and bring out that magickal broom– sweep, sweep, sweep that space clean. …

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Good-by Sweet Summer

For all the Pagans out there who celebrate Mabon (the autumnal equinox), may you have a glorious day of equal sun-light & darkness.  The dark season will be upon us now, before we know it.  This means that I will happily light candles around the house earlier and earlier in the evening and relish their…

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October’s Magick

October Named for: “Octo”, meaning ‘eight’ Anglo-Saxon: Win-monap Birthstone: opal, tourmaline Flower: calendula  October Moon Magick: Blood Moon Herbs: ginger, myrrh, allspice, basil, clove Stones: alexandrite, citrine, lilac kunzite Scents: pine, patchouli Colors: dark green, brown, gold Trees: yew, cypress, maple, oak Deities: Astarte, Horned God, Lakshmi, Ishtar Elements: Air/Water  Astrological Influences for October: Libra:…

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Photo Slideshow: Our Fall Craft/Newage Boutique

This past weekend, October 14 & 15th, we shared a unique boutique/yardsale experience which included arts and crafts, as well as new-age items and tarot readings.  We met a lot of interesting people, made some new friends, and had two very fun-filled days. By the magick of the following photo slideshow, you can take a…

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Lammas…Let the Harvest Begin

As the dog days of summer are still upon us, it’s strange to realize that so is the first of the pagan harvest festivals, Lammas…aka Lughnasadgh.  Summer will soon be winding down, and August is the transition that will carry us into autumn.  As we celebrate the first harvest of wheat, let’s also celebrate the changing of…

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