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Witchy Wednesday: Candle Colors

Hello my love! Welcome to Witchy Wednesday. A new weekly segment where we discuss all things witchy. Tarot, spells, herbs, magick, gods & goddesses, myths and more. 172 more words

The British Book of Spells and Charms: A Compilation of Traditional Folk Magic by Graham King

Graham King is the former owner and curator of the Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle Cornwall. In this book he has gathered a wealth of traditional charms and spells used in the folk-magical tradition. 116 more words

Witchcraft

A song for finding your coffee

I composed a song today. Chance are you know the tune; try singing along with me:

Oh where, o where did my coffee cup go?

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Magic & Spirituality

'Eulalie and Washerwoman' GoodReads Give-Away

One paperback copy of my new novel Eulalie and Washerwoman will be given away on GoodReads between November 6 and November 14, 2016 to a resident of the United States. 109 more words

Books

281: Circumlocutory Language

Circumlocutory and euphemistic language are both often very important within the context of certain folk traditions. It’s the idea that a certain “thing” can’t be called by its actual name, whether out of fear or respect, so instead another word or phrase, often descriptive, is employed. 645 more words

Ozarks

How To: Protection Powder

I love protection powders. You can use them in many different ways. My favorite, and one of the most common ways, is to sprinkle the powder along the entryways to your home. 289 more words

Crystals, Essential Oils & Herbs

New Florida Folk Magic Novel Released Today by Thomas-Jacob Publishing

Eulalie and Washerwoman, the sequel to Conjure Woman’s Cat, was released today on Kindle where it will take you back to a small Florida Panhandle town where the men are disappearing, their houses are being torn town, and there whereabouts are concealed by dark magic. 290 more words

Books