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Witchen Witchy Wednesday – Making Magickal Ink

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Originally posted on The Magickal Cottage:
We chose to start off 2018 with our January WWW making magickal ink. Why magickal ink? Well, there are many uses for this lovely tool of communication! Among those uses might be to mark…

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Luxurious Homemade Calendula-Infused Body Butter

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Originally posted on Pathways and Potions:
I’ve been experimenting with different recipes for homemade natural body products, and I’ve concocted a body butter recipe that I’m especially proud of.  I gave away jars of it to friends and family, and…

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5 Magical Binding Plants

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Originally posted on The Witch & Walnut:
Happy Friday Everyone! Although there is absolutely no sight of spring in the air in my parts and won’t be for quite some time, I still felt compelled to write about living binding…

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Osha Root

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Originally posted on esotericaroma:
Osha Root is one of our favorite plants and one of the most important herbs to many Native American tribes.  The Native people regarded it with deep appreciation, respect and used it widely – so much…

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Ride the Pooka or The Perfect Martini

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Originally posted on The New City Witches Cocktail Coven:
A pooka is a shapeshifter which prefers the shape of a black horse, although it may also appear as a rabbit, wolf, raven, fox or cat. You should always be on…

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All About Sigils!

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Originally posted on Island Witchery:
What are sigils and what are they used for? A sigil is a magickal symbol used to bring about a specific desire of the person using it. Recently, sigils have become very popular in personal…

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How to Fly a Broomstick

Originally posted on Wendy Witch:
Firstly, make or purchase your broomstick. Traditionally a broomstick, or besom, is made from three different woods, Ash for the shaft, Birch twigs for the bristles and Willow strands for the binding cord. Ash is…

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