“Everyone has untold stories of pain and sadness that make them love and live a little differently than you do. Continue reading “Try To Understand (QftS #1)”
Today’s Daze: Luna Moon Lamp
Source: Azalea’s Boutique
I’m uploading this a bit late 😂 oops..
This year, I am kicking my spiritual practice into gear, big time. Paganism is an experiential tradition, and very few of my experiences include formal group rituals. Not that this is a requirement, but I feel that it’s important to experiment more, to learn and grow from our magical encounters.
Whenever I prepare some fruits and veggies in the kitchen, there tends to be some leftover plant based pieces that would otherwise be considered trash. Enter a simple planter basket.
Here is a spell for deep sleep. Use it wisely. Continue reading “Deep Sleep (A Spell)”
Song: Mordred’s Lullaby
Artist: Heather Dale
I love a song that tells a story, and Heather Dale has her storytelling abilities on point in this dark Celtic tale of incest and adultery. Told from the point of view of a Witch and the half-sister of King Arthur, Morgan Le Fay, this song explores the relationship between her and her son, Mordred. Continue reading “Mordred’s Lullaby”
Song: Lakota Lullaby
I love to learn about Native American culture: the traditions, the languages, the music. It seems as though these peoples have spent an age honing their craft, to the point that their songs and chants are indistinguishable from nature itself. Continue reading “Lakota Lullaby”
This post of Every Witch Day discusses the Shinto Goddess, Izanami-No-Mikoto, and the Shinto Festival of the Seven Herbs, Nanakusa-No-Sekku. Continue reading “Nanakusa-No-Sekku (EWD #7)”
This post of Every Witch Day is dedicated to the concept of the Triple Goddess in all its incarnations. Blessed be! 🌒🌕🌘 Continue reading “Feast of the Triple Goddess (EWD #6)”
We’ve got another birthday to celebrate! 🎉🎊 In this 5th post of Every Witch Day, there will be a focus on the Greek pantheon in honour of Dionysus’ birthday. Continue reading “Birthday of Dionysus (EWD #5)”