A bramble, from the illuminated Byzantine manuscript ‘Vienna Dioscorides.’ (CE 512)
I’m a pagan that promotes a trans friendly pagan community.
Its important to make everyone in the community feel welcomed and safe
This alone is what I wish for you: knowledge.
To understand each desire has an edge,
To know we are responsible for the lives
We change. No faith comes without cost,
No one believes without dying.
Now for the first time
I see clearly the trail you planted,
What ground opened to waste,
Though you dreamed a wealth
There are no curses—only mirrors
Held up to the souls of gods and mortals.
And so I give up this fate, too.
Believe in yourself,
Go ahead—see where it gets you.
Mythological Ladies: Demeter
Full Moon – Jul 12, 2014
New Moon – Jul 26, 2014
Full Moon – Aug 10, 2014
New Moon – Aug 25, 2014
Full Moon – Sept 9, 2014
New Moon – Sept 24, 2014
Full Moon – Oct 8, 2014
New Moon – Oct 23, 2014
Full Moon – Nov 6, 2014
New Moon – Nov 22, 2014
Full Moon – Dec 6, 2014
New Moon – Dec 22, 2014
Writing your own spells is a skill that I feel every witch should at least attempt to cultivate. Often, the spells I create myself are the ones that work the best for me.
The process of writing a spell is not particularly difficult, it simply demands that you have a…
- An apple(s)
- caramel to melt (the kind to melt in a pot or bowl works best for this)
- Popsicle sticks or wooden dowels.
This Spell is Done on Samhain/Halloween.
Use 1 apple per person. Get your apple and rinse it under running water, imagine all of…
Wherever you find flowers, trees, grass, animals, or water.. faeries are nearby. Nature is the faeries’ domain, home, and temple. They’re especially fond of lush vegetarian, grown without pesticides or much pruning. So it makes sense that the faeries would help our lawns…
HADES (Aides, Aidoneus, or Haides) was the King of the Underworld, the god of death and the dead. He presided over funeral rites and defended the right of the dead to due burial. Hades was also the god of the hidden wealth of the earth, from the fertile soil with nourished the seed-grain, to the mined wealth of gold, silver and other metals.
Hades was devoured by Kronos as soon as he was born, along with four of his siblings. Zeus later caused the Titan to disgorge them, and together they drove the Titan gods from heaven and locked them away in the pit of Tartaros. When the three victorious brothers then drew lots for the division of the cosmos, Hades received the third portion, the dark dismal realm of the underworld, as his domain. (x)