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It’s no secret that the dark goddess Lilith is one of my favorite goddesses. Her dark nature and interesting history draws me back to her every day.
There are many beautiful objects out there that can help you focus your devotion to this dark goddess. From candles to jewelry, choosing items that have been dedicated to a deity is a good way to add some witchcraft to your every day life.
The most popular “modern” mythology surrounding Lilith is that she is depicted as Adams’s first wife who was not created from his rib, but rather the same soil as Adam. Her refusal to be subservient and lie beneath him got her kicked out of Eden. And then things wild, to be fair, they were wild before this story was created. She’s been around forever folks. And she still is
This oil was inspired by Lilith, her courage & wisdom, and is for finding the courage needed to embrace yourself fully and unapologetically, releasing any inhibitions, and for seeking ancient knowledge/wisdom.
With botanicals, herbs and resins from the Mescalero sand dunes in eastern New Mexico, real amber resin, frankincense, Texas wildflowers, the Prairie Fire Handmade beeswax candles are inspired by Lilith's time beside the Red Sea, after leaving Adam and Eden.
Draw in love, lust and all things decadent with honey infused Lilith Devotional Ritual Bath Soap. Luxurious dual toned soap moisturizes skin with coconut oil and honey. Black side detoxes with activated charcoal, with the scent of patchouli and roses. Blood red side empowers with dragon’s blood resin, with the aroma of flaming apples.
Richly scented, pure herbal loose incense, handcrafted to evoke the dark goddess, Lilith. Each tin is filled with finely ground beet root, rose petals, patchouli, hibiscus petals, dried apple, and life everlasting flowers. It’s then dressed with trimmed rose petals, patchouli, and an onyx stone.
This pendant celebrates Lilith’s energy through her sigil, here surrounded by leaves to accentuate her aspect of Mother Goddess. Lilith is also a powerful symbol of femininity, freedom and strength, which will accompany you every day by wearing this jewel.
Please note that posts on this site may contain affiliate linksTo many, the forest witch aesthetic is appealing. The idea of living simply and off the land, meditating in nature, and being in harmony with animals is sort of a dream. So how does one achieve such an aesthetic? Witches using the forest aesthetic fully…
Please note that posts on this site may contain affiliate linksWhen witches first start out practicing magic, they often fall into the trap of only wanting to use “white magic.” Ignoring the obvious racial bigotry behind the terms white and black when describing magic, I want to explain why focusing only on one type of…
Please note that posts on this site may contain affiliate linksWitch burnout and exhaustion is a real thing. Unfortunately, it drives a lot of talented witches away from the craft for years or for life! The good news is you can fix witch burnout by grounding and centering yourself, taking some time away from witchcraft,…
Please note that posts on this site may contain affiliate linksWitch names are a popular topic of debate and conversation in the witch and pagan communities. Some see choosing a magical name as unnecessary or even silly, but I see many benefits to them. Beautiful witch names can make you feel more spiritual all the…
Please note that posts on this site may contain affiliate linksFantasy depictions of witchcraft tend to have a historical tie to them. Rather than relying on Latin spells and eyes of newt, modern witches use technology and even emojis in their spells.