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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


On Speaking and Not Speaking

Recently I’ve been thinking about what I make public and what I keep private. In the past I’ve scoffed, a bit, at the ‘keep silent’ answer of the Sphinx, that fourth bit of wisdom that Thelemics, Wiccans and others hold dear. 624 more words


Blue Candle Magic

Different colored candles represent different things. Depending on what type of magic you’re trying to work, this is something to take into consideration.

Today, let’s talk about blue Candle Magic. 85 more words

Chakra System

279: Fingernails

Fingernails have long been used in folk traditions for both healing and magical purposes. The fingernail, much like hair which is often used in a similar way, is a symbolic connection between the healer and the patient. 312 more words


277: Thrash Charming

“Thrash” or “thrush” was a common infection among hill children. Today it’s fought with antifungal mouth washes or lozenges, but in the Ozarks, long ago, it was mostly cured using a “thrash doctor”. 506 more words


midsummer ritual

The concept/idea of cycle is central in our work it being cycle of year, cycles in nature, DNA-chains and snakes rotating around them selves, labyrinths closing us inside, themes of arguments: all that can simply be called stream of life – inexorable and unassailable, molecular level of life itself. 175 more words

fire rituals

We both have been both called by and worked with the spirits of fire already before our paths crossed and have since continued engaging with the spirits (in Finnish mythology: tulen väki) together. 104 more words