The Witch Reborn in Autumn: Spiritual Death and the Dance of Bones | Spirits Dance Bones — Good Witches Homestead — Ravenhawks’ Magickal Mystical Places

https://youtu.be/AlEp2_iYB1s The Wild Witch and the Dance of Bones The moon ascends from her primal cave, And my feet twitch in excitement. For this is the long-awaited call Back to my soul’s home. I become a wild witch once more. Hail Autumn, With your winds of change, Blowing me free of what has passed, Dancing … Continue reading The Witch Reborn in Autumn: Spiritual Death and the Dance of Bones | Spirits Dance Bones — Good Witches Homestead — Ravenhawks’ Magickal Mystical Places

7 Bona Fide Witches Share Their Self-Care Routines — StyleCaster

My relationship with self-care has been long and tumultuous. When the term first hit the mainstream, it didn’t really click for me. That was probably for a lot of little reasons—none of which could be clarified by any amount of Goop content. It might’ve been because so much of self-care seemed to require purchases—bath bombs,… via … Continue reading 7 Bona Fide Witches Share Their Self-Care Routines — StyleCaster

Light Magic for Dark Times by Lisa Marie Basile- REVIEW —

Light Magic for Dark Times by Lisa Maria Basile is the modern-day witch’s guide on magic. No there aren’t any spells for winning the lottery or making someone fall in love with you, but there are spells on how to empower yourself…in a confident and feminist way. What I most loved about this grimoire was […] … Continue reading Light Magic for Dark Times by Lisa Marie Basile- REVIEW —

From Circe to Clinton: why powerful women are cast as witches

A misogynist insult in Washington and Westminster, a force for good in Hollywood … for centuries, witches have personified fear of assertive women. But why does the stereotype persist? by Madeline Miller During the 2016 US presidential election, American social media was flooded with images of Hillary Clinton wearing a black hat and riding a broom, or else … Continue reading From Circe to Clinton: why powerful women are cast as witches

An Ammonite Spring Rite

Ammonites are fossils of the extinct Ammonoidea which are believed to have existed 400 million years ago. Modern day species include the nautilus, squid, cuttlefish, and octopus. The name Ammonite is derived from the ancient Egyptian god Ammon. Ammon is depicted as having the head of a ram with twisted spiral horns that look like […] … Continue reading An Ammonite Spring Rite