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For a long time, Youtube has seemed (to me at least) to be kind of lacking in good pagan content. Maybe I’m too picky, or maybe I’m right, but I never found much worth watching when it came to pagan and witchcraft topics.
That changed recently. For some reason, Youtubers with an aesthetic I like popped up. They spoke about topics I cared about, and did it with good camera work and an eye for the design of their space.
Not only that, but their videos became calmer, relaxing even. So while I learned more about witchcraft and paganism, I could chill out and enjoy a cup of kava-kava.
Maybe you still think the same way I did about Occult Youtube. If that’s the case, please allow me to introduce you to my favorite pagan Youtubers. Maybe you’ll come away from this blog post with a few favorites of your own!
The Witch Of Wonderlust
Oh, how I could go one and on about this Youtube channel.
Olivia makes videos that are beautiful, intelligent, and sensitive to the needs of those who watch her. She is funny and smart, and never takes herself too seriously.
Watching her interact with her coven and friends really drives home how incredible she is. She puts off the sort of energy that draws you in, but she’s still mysterious in a way. I wonder what sort of secrets about the universe she holds?
I love all of her videos. She has great videos that explain how to do different spells, unboxing videos, and fun videos like Tipsy Tarot. She takes the time to help witches struggling to remain active in their practice while in the closet.
A glimpse into her morality comes at the end of her videos, when she places a spell on all those watching: May your gods treat you as you have treated others.
Her channel is what I turn to when I need comfort, or just to relax. Sometimes I watch her videos to help me when I feel disconnected from my faith and practice.
She is both safe for beginners and interesting for those more experienced in paganism and witchcraft. Her videos are even the reason that I chose to start this blog!
My favorite videos by The Witch Of Wonderlust:
- The Basics Of Sigil Making
- Practicing In Secret
- How I Read Tarot For Myself
- Charming, Charging & Enchanting Jewelry
She can also be found at her website, The Witch Of Wonderlust
I LOVE this woman. Her videos are interesting, and she seems like a very educated and smart person that I would love to meet and chat with some day.
Genevieve helps us to tie together witchcraft and herbalism, teaching us that they are skills that complete and compliment one another.
I find her points of view to be grounding and hearing her discuss them helps me to consider my own beliefs. These are the kind of people you want to be surrounded by, and for that reason I look forward to every video she uploads.
Watching her videos a little bit like listening to one of your favorite teachers talk about their hobbies. It’s intoxicating, educational, and motivating all at once.
My favorite videos by Gather Thyme:
- A Pagan’s Guide To Herbalism
- Herbal Witchcraft Part 1
- Herbal Witchcraft Part 2
- Medicinal Plant Chemistry
You can also find her website at Gather Thyme
I’m not sure if Asia Suler would call herself a pagan or a witch, but I wanted to include her because her videos on herbalism are incredibly spiritual. Not only that, but I found them to be spiritually healing and restorative.
I often leave one of her videos and reflect on what she had to say, sometimes in meditation. Her words are profound and lead her viewers to be more gentle with the world and themselves.
I really appreciate her lovely videos and the knowledge she provides to other herbalists. It’s not to not always be focused solely on medicinal uses of herbs, but spiritual uses as well.
My favorite videos by Asia Suler:
You can also find her at her website, One Willow Apothecaries
Emma is a mom, a wife, an eclectic witch, and dead but dreaming.