The New Moon on March 24th is going to have the perfect energies that we can use to work magic that will contribute towards the protection of our communities from the new virus, COVID19. By working in unison, we will generate enough energy that will not only offer protection, but will contribute towards the creationContinue reading “Witches, Unite in the Fight!”
November 22nd: Leucothea Leucothea is a Greek goddess. The word Leucothea translates to “milk-white goddess”, alluding to her maternal nature. According to mythology, Leucothea was the mother of centaurs, and wet nurse for the famous Dionysus. In more recent times she is depicted as a sea goddess with art work presenting her as a mermaid.Continue reading “Get to Know a Goddess: Part 4”
November 18th: Matariki Matariki, a Hawaiian Goddess, becomes the Pleiades with her six children in Polynesian mythology. Six kids! My goodness, you’d have to be a goddess to be a mother of 6. I have hard enough time with my son and my nephew! Themes: Stars Harvest Peace Symbols: Stars the Number Seven Celebrating MatarikiContinue reading “Get to Know a Goddess: Part 3”
A Note from Amanda November 14th: Pukkeenegak Pukkeenegak is an Inuit goddess who presides over the household and all community affairs. She’s a mother figure, and watches over children, ensuring they have enough food and clothing. She is depicted with a tattooed face, wearing boots and a pretty dress that is ‘befitting the patroness ofContinue reading “Get to know a Goddess: Part 1”
<p style="color:#2a0244" class="has-text-color I recently celebrated my 31st birthday (May 10th), and it got me thinking about past lives, and wondering: How old is my soul? The idea that I have lived in multiple bodies, over who knows how many years can be a bit mind boggling. I’ve had past-life readings done a few times,Continue reading “How old is my soul?”
Tonya’s enthusiastic, creative, knowledgable voice was but one part of this book, turning plain words into a song of wit and wisdom.
As witches, we are naturally drawn to the outdoors. We are nurturers, mothers, caregivers, healers, and have honed our abilities to walk between the worlds. All of these qualities are exercised in gardening – whether it’s a rock garden, a pond, a succulent or zen garden, flower garden, vegetable garden – I could go on and on.
Building your fairy faith is one that takes time, patience, wisdom, and forethought. It was years before I decided to make a faery altar, officially inviting my Good Neighbors into my home. With the coming of spring, I had some faery musings I wanted to share with you.
Take a Bite Into a Gratitude Sandwich Welcome to Day 8! We are more than 1/3 through the 28-day challenge! I don’t know about you, but things have already started magically improving in my life! Today we are going to express appreciation for the food we eat and the drinks we drink.Byrne writes that givingContinue reading “Magical Gratitude 28-Day Challenge: Day 8”
Happy New year! I cannot believe how quickly 2018 came to an end! It was probably one of the best years of my life. . I have been working hard to improve my life – to heal, to attain sovereignty, to empower myself – and the results have been magnificent. I have found happiness forContinue reading “The Magical Gratitude 28-day Challenge”