Litha – The Pagan Meaning of the Longest Day of the Year

Litha, aka the Summer Solstice, is almost here—time to get naked and light a big fire. Summer and the Summer Solstice are finally here! Litha Season has officially begun. If you live in the Pacific Northwest, I’ll forgive you if you don’t believe me. We had a Winter that seemed to drag on forever this … Read more

Litha – A Six Week Guide to the Summer Solstice Available Now!

In this six week guide, we will explore Litha the Witch’s Sabbat celebrating the Summer Solstice.
But the work doesn’t stop after one night. In this six week guide, we will look at the major Witch’s…

Next Wheel of the Year Class: Ostara – Spring Equinox

SHIFTING FROM DARK TO LIGHT Uncover the deep history of this grand resurrection festival honoring the returning life of the Reawakening Earth and the Increasing Sun. The Spring Equinox marks the halfway point of our journey to Summer, and the growing light matches our increasing enthusiasm. Learn how to best harness this energy for the … Read more

Cannabis And Winter Solstice

Numerous civilizations and spiritual traditions around the planet will celebrate this low spot in the sun’s path. Did you know that between December 1 and 31 more than 100 holidays are celebrated around the planet? Happy holidays! And if you’re like me, around your house it’s more like holidaze! I love incorporating weed into traditional … Read more

The History and Possibilities of Putting Weed in Your Witchcraft

From your bong to your broomstick. Cannabis has been included in magical, religious, and spiritual rites for millennia, from Hindu sadhus who use marijuana as a prayer to Lord Shiva to Coptic Christians who burned it on altars as a holy offering. Witches and warlocks, too, have had a long history with this helper, utilizing … Read more