This is my altar to Bast, Decorated for spring, before I moved it up to a higher place to keep it out of reach for my daughter. The picture on the wall was one I created before I bought my little statue. (which I have painted)"
"Bast tends to laugh at me if I try to go out of my usual workings and try a pre-made formal ritual. I'm not really a ceremonial magic type person, and usually practice informal, on the spot, natural magic. She prefers I take care of my little…"
For those who love the goddess Bastet She is aspect of the divine mother, Egyptian avatar of home and children, but also mirth and tricks! Adopted by Isis and Osiris, she was shadowy goddess of death in Africa, now a symbol of redemption
A Place to find the History, Uses, Side Effects, Habitat and Cultivation of Herbs. We often ask for help with Herbal Remedies, but do we know all we need to know to make ourselves healthy or sicker.Disclaimer: The information presented herein by ALTERNATIVE Health & Herbs REMEDIES is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any…See More
TASSEOMANCY (or The Art of Reading Tea Leaves). Anyone who would like to learn about it, teach something on the topic, and have a good cup of tea in the process. Please, no "wall flowers" in the group........See More
How Does your Witchy garden Grow?? Avid Gardeners and New to the whole idea of growing your own Magickal, Medicinal, or veggie garden, garden altars, ritual, container gardening, that perfect meditation spot, fire pits, herbs, recipes, seed sharing!!
"I fill my binder with recipes, simple spells I've worked, recipes, and reflections from the gods. my correspondences have their own books, so unless I have a meaning or magical use for a particular herb/gemstone/color/element, that is not…"
I am a solitary eclectic Pagan, with a love for herbalism, gardening, science, crystals, written language, mythology, cooking, world music, and sacred dance.
My Patroness is Lady Bastet, but I draw elements of my path from everywhere, from Native American spirituality, Buddhism, Kemetic, and many others .
Wicca in the kitchen, Magical Housekeeping, The Mists of Avalon, Black Ships, Hand of Isis, Path of the Priestess, "Bast: Cat Goddess of Ancient Egypt" by Linda Iles, and "Bast and Sekhmet" by Storm Constantine
Beliefs / Practices
Spiritual but not Religious, Pagan, Witch, Shaman, Other Spirituality, Native American Spirituality
My path is centered around hearth witchery and natural magic. Very rarely will you catch me casting a circle, or performing ceremonial magic, much less dressing up in robes. My magic is woven into cooking, cleaning, gardening, crafting, and art.
Drawing, painting/repurposing furniture, sewing, research, gardening, blowing bubbles, reading, dancing, nature photography, researching, singing to my daughter, storytelling, and generally trying to spread joy to those around me.
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