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Pawpaw Lore

The pawpaws are going to be ripening soon. There are quite a few around town that I’ve had my eyes on. That being said here’s some Ozark pawpaw lore for your pleasure. 712 more words

Folk Magic

Magick Bust - Why I can't cast on myself

Hey Witches

So I was thinking, well…that’s all I seem to do. I consistently cast spells on myself to help me get what I want/need but…they never seem to work. 803 more words


Blood Binding - My hands are full of bloodless holes

Hello Everyone!

I did a spell that someone gave me about 6 months ago that required me to prick myself 3 times and add blood to an elixir. 743 more words


My Affair Witch The Mary-El Tarot

On Friday the 16th of May 2014, I received a phone call in the afternoon from my local metaphysical bookshop. They were calling to inform me of the arrival of two orders I had placed two weeks prior. 926 more words

Traditional Witchcraft

bones are the new crystals

Someone said this to me, not so long ago, in response to a discussion on how this movement toward the more “traditional” (for lack of a better term and I am not going to beat this one to death.. 345 more words

Musings & Other Randomness

Defining Traditional Witchcraft by Jason Mankey

An article well worth consideration.  By Jason’s definition, I am a traditional witch, but around here I have more often encountered the “folk craft, with more legitimacy than Gardnerianism” definition.  Thoughts?

Defining Traditional Witchcraft.