https://soundcloud.com/user-154799938/how-to-protect-cleanse-your Protection of the home is important for any magickal practitioner or witch, which should be done on a regular basis, no different than locking your doors at night or when you leave your home. Spiritual protection of the home can be done with different intentions or purposes whether to protect the home from spirits, … Continue reading How to Protect & Cleanse Your Home Spiritually
The use of Beeswax dates back to thousands of years, even to the Neolithic period. The ancient Egyptians used beeswax in their tombs and the Persians and Assyrians used beeswax for embalming purposes. Beeswax has multiple purposes such as for decorations, candles and even cosmetics. Bees and beeswax have spiritual meanings in some cultures and … Continue reading Witchcraft & Divination with Beeswax
https://soundcloud.com/user-154799938/ukrainian-folk-magic-the Ukrainian folk traditions are rich in pagan customs which some of these traditions have been adapted in other Slavic countries. While most Slavic and Ukrainian traditions have been adapted to Eastern Orthodoxy or Christianity, some traditions remain strong and are a nod to the region's pagan past. One of these examples of Slavic folk … Continue reading Ukrainian Folk Magic: The Motanka Doll
Spiritual journeys and astral travel are practices found in different forms of spirituality such as witchcraft, hedge riding / hedge witchcraft, shamanism and folk practices. For these spiritual journeys, there are different realms and worlds that the practitioner can work in for different purposes and reasons such as for wisdom, healing and magick. Here we’ll … Continue reading Spiritual Underworld Journeys in Witchcraft
For hundreds of years, if not thousands, witches have been believed to communicate and work with spirits just like many other spiritual practitioners (including shamans) as they walk between the worlds. For some practitioners (such as Wiccans) creating a magic circle is a way to step in between these worlds and work with spirits, while … Continue reading What is Spirit Work in Witchcraft?
Shamanism and witchcraft are found all over the world in different regions and cultures, each having their own traditions, customs, language and practices. The word “shaman” (šaman) meaning “one who knows” comes from the Tungusic language located in Siberia, which the English word comes from “šamán” from a southwest dialect of the Evenki language. This … Continue reading What is Shamanic Witchcraft?
- For thousands of years, magic and spells have been written in various languages from Latin, Medieval English, Old English and a variety of others based on regions, countries and cultures. Some spell books have been translated while other spell books have remained in tact in the original script or language. Some ancient spells are … Continue reading Witchcraft & Languages: Why Spells in a Foreign Language are Mystical AF
Herbalism is a common element of witchcraft, which dates back thousands of years when medicine was simply derived from natural ingredients found locally to healers. Modern medicine is often derived from plants; however, more and more medicines are becoming synthetic to recreate and isolate the healing properties of these plants that have been used … Continue reading Communicate & Work with the Spirits of Plants & Herbs
For thousands of years, drugs and magick have been used to facilitate experiences that are beyond the ordinary senses found in everyday life. From ancient China, India, Greece, Europe and the Americas, mixtures of smokable herbs and herbs in drinks have created experiences for shamanic and spiritual journeys to gain insight, wisdom and knowledge; even … Continue reading Cannabis & Witchcraft
Iceland and Scandinavia have a rich history of witchcraft and Nordic shamanism that's still popular today. Iceland continues to preserve its history and culture in its small island nation and many folk customs still live on today alongside Christian and Lutheran practices. Iceland experienced witch hunts that occurred between 1625 and 1686; however, … Continue reading Icelandic and Norse Witchcraft