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The True Story Of The Witch Who Solved A Murder

The year is 1991 and two people from Salem are reported missing, a local artist named Martha Brailsford and her… Read More

Eleven Books To Enhance Your Spell-Casting

As a public witch one of the topics I’m asked about the most is spells – whether it’s requests for… Read More

The Mysticism, Spirituality & Occultism of The Dark Crystal

One of the areas of fandom that I geek out on is the Dark Crystal by Jim Henson. As a… Read More

Setting the Tone with Janus

Do you have a New Years resolution? A lot of people give up on making New Years resolutions. Part of… Read More

Favorite Witchy Books of 2018

I read a lot of books on the topics of magick, paganism, occultism, witchcraft, and spirituality. Out of all the… Read More

Our Pagan War On Christmas

The right-wing Christian demagogues keep saying that there's a "War on Christmas" and the truth is they actually aren't technically… Read More

Winter Solstice Books For Pagans & Witches

I was told by someone that they were having trouble finding good books on Yule and the Winter Solstice, while… Read More

Ded Moroz: The Cruel & Kind Grandfather Frost

Ded Moroz is a Russian character in a similar vein as Santa Claus, Father Christmas, and St. Nicholas. His name… Read More

Grýla & Her Yule Lads

The other day when I posted my article about St. Lucia, a friend contacted me to tell me that it… Read More

Hexenhäuschen: Origin Of The Witch’s Gingerbread House

Crafting gingerbread houses has been a custom of celebrating Christmas and the Yuletide for quite some time. Have you ever… Read More