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Magical Colour Associations

One of the simplest ways to use colours in magic is to incorporate them into your ritual or mental visualization. One might select candles or ceremonial clothing of the appropriate colour, or use them in active visualisations. 306 more words

Universe And Me



Imbolc (pronounced iv’-olc) is a Celtic term for “in the belly.”  It represents the start of spring, the growing of the Sun God, and the stirring of nature.

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Its Goddess Time!


Who is she?

Morrìgan is a Celtic triple female deity, She has a number of names, such as: Great Queen, Specter Queen, Supreme War Goddess and Queen of Phantoms or Demons. 586 more words

Message of the Deer

Once again I am departing from my planned post. The original was going to deliberate Imbolc Menu’s and share a Lemon Poppy Seed Cake recipe (which I will still include at the end of this post). 384 more words


A Witch Decides Her Fate

Twelve years ago

Ashley watched Trevor enter the mall and strut towards her. He had light skin and his sandy hair was ruffled stylishly in a way girls found attractive. 1,712 more words


Raymond Buckland on WitchTalk

This is an interview by Karagan Griffith on WitchTalk which you can find at http://www.witchtalk.com/



Moonwater Silverclaw

The Flow of Magic in Nature, Art, Life, and Death

“I have not used ‘magic’ consistently , and indeed the Elven-queen Galadriel is obliged to remonstrate with the Hobbits on their confused use of the word both for the devices and operations of the Enemy, and for those of the Elves. 536 more words