Daily Archives: May 5, 2017

RAINY DAY WITCHCRAFT

RAIN WATER Fresh Spring Rain contains magick properties that can attract many magickal things into your life …if you know how to use it! Rain Water collected from March through May contains all that SpringTime Magick you will need along … Continue reading

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“Your Cold Heart Spell” (By Silver Ravenwolf)

Originally posted on Gardenlovepoet:
? “I don’t know about you, but I’ve met people who just don’t want me to get ahead no way, no how. In your life, this could be a teacher, a counselor, a friend, the parent…

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The Process of Crafting an Incense: Meditation Incense

Incense (from the Latin incendere i.e. ‘to burn’) is a substance (or a blend of them) that, through its sublimation by fire, creates a distinctive smell. There are myriads of ways to burn incense, myriads of combinations, and also myriads of…

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Yet Another Article on Flying Ointments

Well, it’s that time of the year when we start receiving enquiries regarding flying ointments, asking when we will be starting to make some more, as the ones we had done in the past. The bitter truth is that we have…

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make your own: elderflower punch

Since I had the great fortune of being intimately connected with not only my Danish family, but also with life in Denmark and Danish traditions, I remain especially vulnerable to memories associated with (or triggered by) Danish food: frikadeller (which…

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On Sages and Smudging

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Originally posted on Tabatha Land:
     Dried herbs have been burned for ages to rid people of negative energies, to cleanse the sacred space of our homes, and perfume a divine temple as offering to Gods and nature deities. We burn…

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Iris

Originally posted on Good Witches Homestead:
COMMON NAME:  iris GENUS:  Iris SPECIES, HYBRIDS, CULTIVARS: There are over 200 known species of iris. Some of the most popular garden irises include {in order of succession of bloom}:  I. reticulata, Dutch, dwarf…

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