Do you know the history and uses of moon water in occult traditions?
The 29 day lunar cycle has played a huge part in cultural and religious traditions and ceremonies since before recorded history. Humanity has been enthralled by the moon for a long time, and the myths and legends surrounding the beautiful orb in the sky are endless.
Cleansing and charging water with the power of the moon has a murky past, but modern neopagans use moon water in many rituals. This water can be filled with the power of any phase of the moon, but it is most often filled with the full moon’s power.
The water element is closely associated with emotions and fluidity. When we work with this element, we learn to go with the flow and tap into our deepest feelings. Even when those feelings are painful and make us cry.
I recently received an email from a young witch that wanted to know my tips for starting a pagan blog. I wrote them a long response, but it was admittedly chaotic at the time. I decided that, to help other witches and occultists to start their own blogs, I would organize my thoughts and expand on them.
Many pagans and witches come to the idea of starting their own blog after studying their religion and craft for a while. There are a few common mistakes they make, though, that inevitably leads to blogs being abandoned and the creative urge being frustrated.
If you are like the young woman who wrote an email asking for my help, this blog post will help you to start your own pagan blog, no matter what niche you’ll be focusing on.
When you want to hire a psychic online, what do you look for? And is an online psychic reading different from one that’s done in person?
When psychics and mediums first became popular in the Victorian era, a medium that charged for their gifts was seen as a fraud. Those that gave their gifts freely, however, were less likely to be scorned than those who were paid.
Why did this happen? It was a mix of cultural gender norms and the idea that a spiritual gift wasn’t worth payment.
These Earth element herbs are the perfect addition to spells for grounding, strength, peace, cleansing, and prosperity. The Earth element is the base element from which all other elements are formed, and thus it is creative and fertile in nature.
I’ve said before that I absolutely love Scribd. There’s just something about getting access to tons of books AND audiobooks (and more) for just one monthly price. But do they have books about witchcraft?
Yes! Actually, I think Scribd might be better than Amazon for ebooks and audiobooks about witchcraft, paganism, and the occult. This post will show you why!
We all, now and then, want to commune with our ancestors. For advice, or comfort, or just for the novelty of it. For that reason, ancestor worship is a common form of spirituality that is present in most religions around the world.
How can you communicate with your ancestors? Through prayer, sacrificial offerings, meditation, and ritual, you can bring your ancestors to the table and gain their insight on your life.
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