Tea is an important part of many witch practices and spells. In fact, it’s one of my favorite tools for witchcraft. I might go so far as to call myself a tea witch at this point, and as I learn more about herbalism and consider getting a herbalist certification in the future, that is likely to become even more true.
But are there any deities linked specifically to tea? Is there a deity that tea witches can turn to for advice and guidance? Yes, there are a few deities that you can turn to!
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Many pagans and witches like to change their altar to suit the season and upcoming sabbat on the wheel of the year. They put time and energy into collecting symbols of the season to put on their altar. I think this is a beautiful expression of religious devotion!
Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Imbolc Altar Decor
Hekate is the Greek goddess of magic and witchcraft among other things. In this role, she acts as a guide to all witches and those who practice magic. Anyone with an interest in the occult should seek her blessing so that they might avoid her ire.
Continue reading Gain Hekate’s Blessings With This Chant
As many of my loyal readers know, Lilith is one of the goddesses that I work with most often and I do what I can to represent Lilith on my altar. She helps to empower me, and we are working together currently to give me a spine so I can stand up for myself the way she did against Adam.
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Aphrodite, or Venus, is the popular goddess of love from Greco-Roman mythology. Many pagans are dedicated to her, and love spells that honor her are particularly potent. This Aphrodite Incense will honor this goddess and may just help you to gain her favor.
Continue reading Aphrodite Incense: An Incense Recipe To Honor The Goddess of Love and Beauty