The Element of Water

Water is one of the four classical elements, which also includes Earth, Fire and Air.  A fifth element, Spirit or Akasha, is also sometimes included – and can represent the five points on the Pentacle. Water represents emotions, feelings, courage, absorption, subconscious/ unconscious mind, intuition, purification, cleansing, eternal movement, wisdom, the soul, vision quests, self-healing, sorrow,Continue reading “The Element of Water”

The Element of Fire

Fire is one of the four classical elements, which also includes Earth, Water and Air.  A fifth element, Spirit or Akasha, is also sometimes included – and can represent the five points on the Pentacle. Fire represents change, energy, inspiration, love, sexuality, passion, life force, spirit, will, leadership, faith and trust, elusiveness, innocence, physical and personalContinue reading “The Element of Fire”

Magick

As a newbie pagan, can I expect to wave around a magic wand, wiggle my nose, say ‘hocus pocus’, and my wish will come true?  The skeptic in me says no.  But that doesn’t mean I don’t believe in magic. Interestingly enough, when I was researching magic/magick online and in books, even Wiccan books, most sources mentioned Aleister Crowley’sContinue reading “Magick”

The Element of Air

Air is one of the four classical elements, which also includes Earth, Water and Fire.  A fifth element, Spirit or Akasha, is also sometimes included – and can represent the five points on the Pentacle. Air represents the mind and intelligence, knowledge, communication, inspiration, imagination, intuition, illumination, ideas, freedom, clarity, telepathy, psychic powers, dreams and wishes,Continue reading “The Element of Air”

Karma (and the Threefold Law)

Karma refers to “action” or “deed”, which is an intricate system of ’cause and effect’.  Any action is understood as creating “seeds” in the mind that will sprout into the appropriate result when met with the right conditions (Wiki). I struggled with the idea of karma at some points in my life, like if something bad happenedContinue reading “Karma (and the Threefold Law)”

The Element of Earth

Earth is one of the four classical elements, which also includes Air, Water and Fire.  A fifth element, Spirit or Akasha, is also sometimes included – and can represent the five points on the Pentacle. Earth represents permanence, stability, strength, security, wisdom, practicality, materialism, wealth, abundance, prosperity, patience, truth, and responsibility. Earth symbols include the earth, soil, rocks, mountains, trees.  TypesContinue reading “The Element of Earth”

Inanna, Queen of Heaven

Inana, Innin, Ennin, Ninnin, Ninni, Ninanna, Ninnar, Innina, Ennina, Irnina, Innini, Nana, Nin Ancient Sumerian goddess of sexual love, lust, fertility, and warfare. Inanna’s name is commonly taken from Nin-anna “Queen of Heaven” (from Sumerian NIN “lady”, AN “sky”). She is connected with female sexuality, and her priestesses were often sacred prostitutes and would offerContinue reading “Inanna, Queen of Heaven”

To Ride A Silver Broomstick

“To Ride A Silver Broomstick: New Generation Witchcraft”  Silver RavenWolf Summon.  Scry.  Spin, spiral, and sweep.  Learn how to bend time, draw down the moon’s energy, and use mirror magick.  Whether novice or adept, a Witch’s world is filled with wonder and magick.  It’s also filled with the hard work and dedication to learning thatContinue reading “To Ride A Silver Broomstick”