Every now and then, we just have to get rid of negativity and banish something or someone from our lives. Sometimes we can’t seem to put our finger on it – just something has to go. Maybe it’s too much negativity on social media (no matter how much you try to reduce time … Continue reading Banishing Negativity Jar Spell
In the world of business, petty cash is a term used for money that’s kept for small expenses paid in cash. Nowadays, most expenses, bills and purchases are made electronically or even by cheque as cash seems to be less popular than it was before the 2000s. If you’re a witch that uses cash … Continue reading How to Make a Witch’s Petty Cash Jar
The spiritual practice of using bones can be found in different cultures dating back thousands of years. The use of bones for magickal or spiritual purposes can be most commonly found in some practices of hoodoo, shamanism and folk spiritual traditions. As morbid as this may seem to some to use bones for … Continue reading What is Bone Magick and Bone Divination?
Animal familiars are viewed as having an spiritual connection or bond with a witch. A physical familiar will often come into a witch’s life when least expected or when they are most needed. This can be through an adoption program, as a gift or as a stray animal that is taken in by the … Continue reading Animal Familiars and Witchcraft
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 … Continue reading Working with Goddesses of Witchcraft, the Underworld and Death
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 … Continue reading Witchcraft and Healing with Baba Yaga
Has a jar for a sugar spell ever broke? Have you ever had to put out a candle because of interruptions? Have you had a spell bottle or spell jar that leaked? What do you do then? When should you fix, repair, throw away or start over when it comes to spell … Continue reading Spell Jars, Spell Bottles and Candle Magick: When to fix, repair, throw away or start over?
Baba Yaga is a Slavic goddess, commonly known in Russian folktales as an old crone and witch, flying on a mortar and pestle or broom. This wise goddess lives in a small hut called Izbushka (meaning “little hut”) that rests on two chicken legs/feet (sometimes shown as just one chicken leg/foot) that’s a magical … Continue reading Baba Yaga Tarot Spread
Salt has been used for magickal purposes for millennia, that of which mostly for protection, cleansing and healing. There are different variations of salt; some for cooking/consumption while other types are meant only for ritual work. Magickal work can be done with any kind of salt. If you’re in a “pinch” you can … Continue reading How to use Salt in Witchcraft
Spells and divination can be done with just about anything and anywhere. What about spells with your daily coffee? Coffee spells & divination can be done any way you want and any time of the day with simple techniques that no one around you will even know that you’re doing a quick spell while … Continue reading Coffee Spells & Divination