This past Sunday, my fiancé and I spent the majority of our day cleaning the house and unpacking boxes that we hadn’t yet gotten to. And, let’s be honest, there were a *lot* of boxes that still needed unpacking. After we cleaned the kitchen and main bathroom, he tackled the media room, and I headed into the basement to see what I could accomplish. I’m very happy to say that the house is looking much better and more livable! The majority of my ritual items have been unpacked and organized, and it is such a wonderful feeling to have that (mostly) done after a month of everything being boxed. Continue reading “De-Cluttering”
I concocted this oil during the hour of Mars this past Saturday, and the vial is currently sitting on my altar receiving an extra charge and blessing from two of the major Goddesses I work with. During the New Moon this upcoming Wednesday, I’ll be using this oil in and on my new house to help protect it and us while we’re living there. The recipe is below. Feel free to use it in its entirety or as a jumping point to make your own! Continue reading “Magickal Monday: Home Protection Oil”
I’m feeling a little extra witchy today, so I thought I’d share one of my YouTube playlists with you, in case you’re feeling that way, too. ~.^
Before I get into talking about the upcoming New Moon, I want to suggest a handy moon phases app: Deluxe Moon. I downloaded this app I don’t know how long ago, even splurged and got the paid version (only a few bucks when I got it), and I absolutely love it. It’s chalked full of detailed information, including tropical and sidereal zodiacs; time since moonrise and until moonset; a calendar of solar and lunar eclipses; moon planting tips; when the moon is VoC (Void of Course); so much that it would take an entire blog post to talk about it! Continue reading “Coming Up: New Moon in Scorpio”
Greetings everyone, or, as they say in various Pagan communities, Merry Meet.
I thought I’d share my ideas behind this blog with you all, now that I’ve finally put it together and have it up and running, and I figured it’d be fun to do it in a question-and-answer format.
Samhain: the veil is thin between the worlds, the time to remember and honor our ancestors is now. Usually observed on and around October 31st, we are introduced to this holiday in mainstream society as Halloween, a night where we dress in costumes and go door-to-door demanding candy from strangers. We are the ghouls, ghosts and goblins of the night, and they must make offerings of sweets to appease us, lest we play some trick on their unsuspecting mortal selves. “Trick-or-treat,” as the repeated cheer goes.