Welcome to May, witches! Today I'm continuing my weekly exploration of the crystals in my collection to get more acquainted with their energy and uses. Working with crystals may start by seeing something shiny in the store and looking it up in your favourite encyclopedia (this is mine), but once you get it home it's … Continue reading #MagicRockMondays – Pietersite
get the 2020 beltane box! I am absolutely thrilled to be collaborating again with one of my favourite witchy companies - Green Moon Apothecary - on another sabbat box! This time we're celebrating Beltane, a spring time festival full of fire, sensuality, and mysterious faerie magic. This box includes magical tools explored in Green Witchcraft … Continue reading Green Moon + Fat Feminist Witch Beltane Box!
Hello witches! After a couple of weeks without internet while I moved into a new apartment, I am happy to be back to share some witchery - even if today's topic is a little bittersweet. https://www.instagram.com/p/B-zZzkMnPhF Easter weekend - as well as Ostara in March - has me thinking about my little bunny friend Jimmy … Continue reading (even more) Rabbit Magic! 🐰
Today the ebook edition of Green Witchcraft: A Practical Guide to Discovering the Magic of Plants, Herbs, Crystals, and Beyond is available for purchase! To celebrate let's take a look at the Crystal Grid for Courage from Chapter 8: The Strength of Stones & Crystals. Below you'll find tips and extras, and a free printable … Continue reading The Ebook edition of Green Witchcraft comes out today! 🌿📲
The Cimaruta (Chee-mah-roo-tah) is an Italian folk charm that’s usually worn as jewellery or hung in the home to offer protection against the Evil Eye. Usually made of silver, the charm is shaped like a living sprig of rue with magickal and protective symbols sprouting from the ends. Over time and, through the Christianization of … Continue reading Green Witchcraft Preview: Cimaruta Charm Bag
👁️👁️👁️👁️👁️/5! The Herbcrafter’s Tarot celebrates the handicrafts, tools, and time-honored folk skills related to herbs, trees, flowers and other plants that share their gifts with us. This deck and book set explores the relationship between herbs and how people use them for medicine, creativity, ritual, and spiritual guidance. It also considers herbs as archetypes and … Continue reading It’s in the Cards: The Herbcrafter’s Tarot Deck Review