For many tarot readers, tarot is used as a tool to predict the future and can even be used in mediumship to communicate with spirits and the deceased. While some tarot readers may not use tarot as a tool for predictions, it can still be used as a way to connect and get messages from … Continue reading What Tarot Cards Mean Ancestors and the Dead?
Dark goddesses are associated with the afterlife, ghosts, witchcraft, death and rebirth; they are often seen as the crone aspect of the divine feminine. These goddesses are often honoured and called upon during the waning and dark moon phase, Samhain and the waning part of the year when it’s time to recognize endings and transformation. … Continue reading Working with Goddesses of Witchcraft, the Underworld and Death
Samhain is the time when the veil between the physical world and the other side is the thinnest. This allows for easier spirit communication and visitations on both sides of the veil. Samhain / October 31 is also closely connected to Halloween, All Hallow’s Eve and the Witches’ New Year. Dark goddesses and underworld deities … Continue reading Samhain Tarot Spread
Baba Yaga is well known in Slavic mythology as the crone witch (often referred to as a hag.) She is most well known in the story of Vasilisa the Fair (sometime referred to as Vasilisa the Brave or Vasilisa the Beautiful) and Baba Yaga as a popular Russian folklore. Baba Yaga’s myths over centuries has … Continue reading Witchcraft and Healing with Baba Yaga
Autumn is a magickal time, perfect for witchcraft, as we approach the latter half of the year and closer to Mabon and Samhain. Witchcraft in autumn is the height of witch season as we approach Samhain and the harvest provides an assortment of ways to create autumnal magick. As the veil thins, we become … Continue reading Witchcraft in Autumn
Samhain (pronounced Saah-win or Saah-ween) is a pagan holiday, also celebrated by Wiccans and Witches which is commonly known as the Witches’ New Year. This holiday is marked on October 31 (northern hemisphere) / May 1 (southern hemisphere) to honour and connected with ancestors and those who have died. Samhain corresponds with the same day … Continue reading 13 Ways to Celebrate Samhain
The Wheel of the Year turns once again and completes its cycle. A spiritual year ends and begins as we lay to rest that which no longer serves us, that which can make way for something new. This is an ending and a beginning, which will be a darker journey to go deeper within unlike … Continue reading Hecate at Samhain