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Runes

Most Witches these days have a preferred method of divination. When we start exploring the art it’s tempting to go out and gather all the tools available to us out there and learn how to use all of them. 1,742 more words

Traditional Witchcraft

Sex Magic

Evoke a god and goddess or deities, who are the same sexes as the lovers, into the partners during ritual and have sex during ritual essentially while possessed to reenact the sacred mystery and to empower a rite. 450 more words

Life

Starting Off 2015 With A New Perspective (2015-01-19)

Hello there! I’m Søren but you can call me Soren (if you can’t pronounce the Ø-sound) or Koko if you’d like.

I decided that 2015 was going to a year I set goals into motion (granted, I never make new year’s resolutions but I do set goals out for the year ahead!) and start a new blog specifically related to my incredible passion for tarot and oracle cards,  Norse paganism and traditional witchcraft.   918 more words

Tarot

A Political Plea

“If liberty and equality, as is thought by some are chiefly to be found in democracy, they will be best attained when all persons alike share in the government to the utmost.” 660 more words

Traditional Witchcraft

The Story So Far...

I want to tell you a story, it’s not a fairy tale or even fantastical in anyway, there are no mystical creatures or ancient artefacts involved, no revelations from heaven, no family secrets and definitely no grannies or long lost aunts. 3,923 more words

Traditional Witchcraft

The Cult of Sacred Wells: Introduction

  “There is no superstition stronger in Ireland than a belief in the curative power of the sacred wells that are scattered over the country; fountains of health and healing which some saint had blessed, or by which some saint had dwelt in the far-off ancient times. 1,115 more words

Questions from Tumblr...Gender and the Healer

In one of your old posts about the connotations of the term “witchcraft” you wrote “The witch is generally the one who goes against the social grain. 440 more words

Folk Magic