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(Prose Part 1) Sacred Engagement by Yia Alias

Today, I am writing from an old open shed in the Australian bush, on the property that has claimed me as custodian, HearthGround. Surrounded by giant blue gums, rocky hills, the sound of lyrebirds and cicadas, I can just hear the movement of the creek through the trees. 703 more words


Altar or Shrine?

I am feeling peevish today; likely the effect of wearing pink for several hours yesterday. All the crystal lovers hate me — pink quartz makes me murderous, not peaceful.   1,177 more words

Pagan Life

Pagan Parenting: Flower Picking

It’s a hot and humid day, but it’s also overcast with a call for rain. Probably not the best time to visit the beach… The extra shade means it’s more comfortable outside than in, though, so it’s a great day to explore outside but stay close to home in case we need shelter. 158 more words


Ode to the Sea Witch

Every trip to the ocean, a new revelation unfolds.

My love for the power and majesty of this watery wilderness swells annually.

The seagull as a totem animal represents someone with an innate ability to work social circumstances to her advantages.  82 more words


Multifaith Issue #1: Not enough horizontal spaces

As I think I have mentioned, there is no such thing as too many gods. However, there might (might!) be such a thing as too many altars. 416 more words


Introduction & Altars


Hello!  This is Esa, and this is my witch blog!  After many years of practicing as a earth-centered solitary, I have succumb to the urge to share my thoughts, research, and experiences with all of you!   1,496 more words

A Shrine for Traveling

I love boxes. Boxes are so useful for holding things ever-so-nicely, and they look nice when they’re all stacked up neatly. I have so many decorative boxes laying around my house just waiting for the right… 1,105 more words