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”

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”

The Goddess Is In The Details

“The Goddess Is in the Details: Wisdom for the Everyday Witch” (Deborah Blake) From the hearth to the altar, make magic in every moment. Being a Witch isn’t limited to casting a spell under the full moon or consecrating a ritual circle. Whether you’re calling the Goddess or doing the dishes, your wonderfully witchy waysContinue reading “The Goddess Is In The Details”

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”

Living Wicca

“Living Wicca: A Further Guide for the Solitary Practitioner” Scott Cunningham Living Wicca takes a philosophical look at the questions, practices, and differences within Witchcraft. You’ll learn how to create your own rituals and symbols, develop a book of shadows, and even become a high priest or priestess. Also covered in this Scott Cunningham classicContinue reading “Living Wicca”