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Four Shells Protection Spell

Hello everyone! After weeks and weeks of thinking and worrying, I’ve finally found the courage to start my very own blog! (Scary…)

I had such a hard time coming up with something for my first post, and in the end I thought, ‘why not post a simple spell just to break the ice?’. 283 more words


Book of Shadows pages

My seven year old daughter is very keen and curious to learn about spirituality, and the Paganism and kitchen-witchcraft I practise so I’ve been making some pages for her own Book of Shaows. 23 more words

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Spell Saturday 4: Cut the Calls

Spell Saturday – Cut the Calls

This spell is for when you need someone to stop calling, emailing or otherwise contacting you. 

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Witch Seeks Employment: Cover letter

Dear Future Employer,

I humbly submit my application for the advertised position, as I believe that I am uniquely qualified. I’ve been known to spin straw into gold, but only when the blue moon is on a Tuesday in a leap year when mars is conjunct my natal sun.  311 more words

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Witch on Fire: "Money Pot" Spell for the Harvest Season

During this harvest season, I would like to share with you a “Money Pot” spell, that brings wealth and abundance into our lives.

While Southern Conjure is a form of folk magick that I have the most yet to discover, I’ve found over the years that these traditional spells are some of the most creative, and yet down-to-earth spells, you can enact. 309 more words


Witch on Fire: Lammas Cocktails for High Summer

Lammastides are flowing in, beloveds! The Sabbat of High Summer, the midpoint of the season of growth and fruition, comes in HOT, wet, and delicious here in North Carolina. 293 more words


Shopkeeper Sagas: All That is Gold Does Not Glitter, part 2

This article was published originally at www.patheos.com/blogs/witchonfire.

Metaphysical shops offer treasures that go well beyond commerce, and the material provisions that are needed to practice our various pagan paths. 437 more words