The turning of the Wheel of the Year continues with the next sabbot group-Lammas. A group to share Links, information, and ideas pertaining to Lammas/Lughnasadh. Including crafts, recipes, traditions, rituals, spells, and more. All are… Continue
The turning of the Wheel of the Year continues with the next sabbot group- Summer Solstice/Litha/Midsummer. A group to share Links, information, and ideas pertaining to Summer Solstice/Litha. Including crafts, recipes, traditions, rituals, spells, and more. All are… Continue
New neighbor used a moving company by the name of DEILY MOVING & STORAGE. THe driver was instructed by her and my husband that the truck could not back up the Shared driveway, without bottoming out half way up. He ignored both and tried anyways.....of course NOT BEING ABLE TO!!!
Now he's hotheaded that they have to carry everything up the steep driveway in the rain. He pulls out to park on OUR sidewalk and 1/2 of the road to unload. He hits our retaining wall and takes chunks out of… Continue
The turning of the year of the wheel continues with the group Beltane/May Day. A group to share Links, information, and ideas pertaining to Beltaine/May Day. Including decorating, crafts, recipes, traditions, rituals, spells, and more. All are… Continue
Waxing Moon: In this period, the life force is increasing and rising
through the plant. This period is excellent for harvesting (except for
the roots). This is also a good time to draw energy of the plant out in
a tincture or oil.
Waning Moon: In this period, the vital forces are going down into the
root. This is a… Continue
Wash 3 stems of basil and tie them together. This will be your 'wand'.
Face the east while holding the basil in your power hand, and gently
shake it as you move clockwise around your kitchen. As you do so,
speak this charm:
'Bless the pantry and every pot
Bless the oven that cooks my food and keeps it hot
Bless each appliance, cupboard and… Continue
Adapted from Start Now! A Book of Soul and Spiritual Exercises, by
Rudolph Steiner (Steiner Books, 2004).
Most of us would like to live in a more spiritually-conscious way,
but the task can seem so daunting. Where to begin? The great
teacher, author, and philosopher Rudolph Steiner had a wonderful
idea: he identified one gentle spiritual task for each day of… Continue
In continuing with the sabbot groups.... the next group is open! Ostara/Spring Equinox A group to share Links, information, and ideas pertaining to Ostara/Spring Equinox. Including decorating, crafts, recipes, traditions, rituals, spells and more. ALL are Welcome!!! Blessings, Moon
The link to join is… Continue
Who says that magick has to be complex? Here are fifty simple charms
that utilize many different common items, herbs, fruits and
vegetables. Note: Please do not use any of these charms in place of
medical treatment, or when outside help is obviously advisable.
1. Lay thorny branches on your doorstep to keep evil from your
1. Take a 10-30 minutes walk every day. And while you walk, smile.
2. Sit in silence for at least 10 minutes each day.
3. Sleep for 7 hours.
4. Live with the 3 E's -- Energy, Enthusiasm, and Empathy.
5. Play more games.
6. Read more books.
7. Make time to practice meditation, yoga, and prayer. They provide us with daily fuel for our… Continue
A discussion group for those of us in America who practice American folk magics and witchcraft. This includes Braucherei (Pow-wow), Hoodoo, Appalachian magics, shamanic practices, and other home grown magical traditions and practices.See More
Spiritual but not Religious, Pagan, Witch, Other Spirituality, Native American Spirituality, Heathen
God has no religion
— Mahatma Gandhi
It's not easy being a Witch;
A bender, a shaper, one of the wise ones;
Nor is it safe, comfortable, laid back,
Mellow, up-lifting, or a guarantee
of peace of mind.
It requires openness, vulnerability, courage,
It gives no answers, only tasks to be done
and questions to consider.
It functions on those deeper ways
of knowing that which our culture denies,
and for which we hunger.
Nine Touchstones of Goddess ethics
Walk in love and beauty
Trust the knowledge that comes through the body
Speak the truth about conflict, pain and suffering
Take only what you need
Think about the consequences of your actions for seven generations
Approach the taking of life with great restraint
Practice great generosity
Repair the web
by Carol P. Christ
Yep, I am an Angel and when someone breaks my wings, I just jump on my broomstick and continue to fly! At least I'm flexible ;)