Tarot! Tarot! Tarot!

Hello! I know it’s been awhile since I’ve updated the site, life has been pretty intense and served up some significant changes for me. I have been trying to surf the chaos, rather than try to stop it. I’ll have some new writing up soon for everyone. My 1st announcement is that I will now … Read more

An Actual Witch Revisits The Sonics’ ‘The Witch’

The Witch has always been a scapegoat for the festering guilt and shame in any community. She is seen as the foreign element, somehow disturbing the status quo with her very presence. Does that woman inspire lust in you? She must be a Witch. Did the widow with the nice parcel of land turn down your advances? Absolutely a Witch. Does she claim to heal, can she make a man fall in love, or tell your future?

Witch. Witch. Witch.

Wheel of the Year – Yule

THE LONG NIGHTThe Quarter-Day festival season known to Pagans, Heathens, and Witches as Yule is recognized by nearly every belief system, philosophy and spiritual practice in the Northern Hemisphere. Hundreds of deities celebrate holy days at this time of year, and much of the symbolism we work with centers around the death and resurrection of … Read more

Wheel of the Year – Samhain

WITCH’S NEW YEARThe dark is here. The shift in the Sun’s path is undeniable as the days shorten and the weather grows darker and colder. The Cross-Quarter holiday Samhain (pronounced “sow-wain”) is possibly the most well-known of the Sabbats. Americans celebrate it as Hallowe’en. We will take a look at the superstitions and traditions surrounding … Read more

Wheel of the Year – Mabon

WITCH’S THANKSGIVINGThe high point of the Sun’s arc over The Wheel is done and with that completion, we see the fullness of The Harvest come to fruition at Mabon. We have reached Fall Equinox, the Quarter-Day festival marking the half way point between Summer and Winter Solstice. Also known as Second Harvest and Witch’s Thanksgiving, … Read more

Wheel of the Year – Lughnasadh

THE FIRST HARVESTThe Wheel of the Year continues to turn with the great Cross-Quarter Sabbat Lughnasadh, also known as Lammas. This holiday marks the 1/2 way point between Summer Solstice and Fall Equinox. Named for the Irish God Lugh, a brash Storm and Sun God with skills like crafting, fighting, musical artistry, and sorcery. He … Read more

Wheel of the Year – Litha

MIDSUMMERImmerse yourself in the ancient global rituals of this Solar festival acknowledging the high point of the Sun’s Arc across the sky and discover how you can evoke this power in your own life and world. Currently falling somewhere between June 18th and June 22nd each year, this Quarter Day marks the official end of … Read more