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at the altar of baba

Sometimes she slides in quite silently, and it takes me awhile to realize.. bone mother of cycles, death, and wisdom. She speaks to me in layers, and teaches me of shadow in light. 100 more words

Musings & Other Randomness

Brewing Up Kombucha

I had heard so much about Kombucha. So many people extolled its virtues to me but I really wasn’t open to trying it until recently. As I looked into ways of getting probiotics into my life without  dairy, I stumbled across Kombucha once more. 219 more words


Wild Foraging

Having lived the urban lifestyle all my life I felt an extreme calling to learn more about the local edibles. I have always been called to herbology and even tried to forage in the city but with all the pollution and pesticides I feel its time to search harder for more pristine foraging grounds. 123 more words


Hedgewitchery in a Nutshell

In the tradition of the village wise woman, the hedgewitch (also spelled hedgewytch) has a deep respect for nature and uses herbs and natural remedies to ease suffering and promote healing. 171 more words

Natural Remedies

(Wild)Craft a loose incense for Lughnasadh

For your Lughnasadh (aka Lammas) rituals, consider crafting your own loose incense for burning on your altar or in a bonfire.

Scott Cunningham suggested this recipe in his book… 284 more words


We Were Witches Once


Wild and Free . Feral and Feared

Hedgeriders and Woods Walkers

Staff-bearer and Spirit-wise

Nature IS Instinct and Innate

Holda, Hestia, Hecate . Holy . 9 more words

New Moon = New Beginnings

The Moon is a wonderful helper on our path, its energy fluctuates between growth and withdrawal. Both states are necessary – the seed needs to be rooted deep as it shoots for the light. 314 more words