Looking into the future — A basic overview of some history and the practice of reading cards


I plan to go into detail in future articles and posts about using cards for occult study and practice. So, this piece will touch upon things, but not go into great detail. That will come later. Please follow/subscribe to my blog to be alerted as new posts are published. First — Let’s review some basic … More Looking into the future — A basic overview of some history and the practice of reading cards

The Witch’s Pyramid: To Know, To Will, To Dare, To Be Silent


The pyramid is a magical shape. The idea of the Witch’s Pyramid — also called the Four Pillars of Magic/Witchcraft and also the Four Powers of the Sphynx — isn’t originally found in Wicca/Witchcraft. It comes to us through other occult studies and philosophies of magic. Eliphas Levi was an occult magician from 19th century … More The Witch’s Pyramid: To Know, To Will, To Dare, To Be Silent

I’m not a fan of the term “Baby Witch”


Babies are generally cute. They bring out coos and babbling from otherwise articulate people, and games of “peek-a-boo” or “got-your-nose”. They need caring for, protection, sustenance, warmth, and attention. They have no ability to fend for themselves and are completely dependent on those around them for their very survival. For this reason alone, the term … More I’m not a fan of the term “Baby Witch”

A Pagan perspective of the 2020 National Prayer Breakfast


I’m not Christian, but that is a large part of my background and upbringing and as a seriously religious person who has devoted herself to the study and practice of theology as educator and clergy, I want to make it very clear that when I speak about topics surrounding Christianity my focus is on the … More A Pagan perspective of the 2020 National Prayer Breakfast

“A Witch who cannot hex, cannot heal.” — What does this mean?


Even if you’ve only studied Witchcraft for a relatively short amount of time, you’ve probably come across this phrase in one form or another. It continues to be one that sparks controversial discussion among people of different magical backgrounds and opinions. At face value, it might seem confusing, especially when put up against popular codes … More “A Witch who cannot hex, cannot heal.” — What does this mean?