Blessed Beltane everyone!
thanks guys! My initial thought was Hekate (no...
Most witches don’t believe in gods. They know that the gods exist, of course....– Terry Pratchett from Witches Abroad (via chaosheathen)
Ravens have been following me for about a week now...
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Blessed Ostara everyone!
So i made my dad some ‘witchy’ tea for his cold and of course, its super bitter. watching him drink it was fucking hilarious. oh. witchy medicine is fun stuff.
intrepidcrow-girl: So, today we’re going to talk about a slightly more obscure tool: the witch’s ladder. There’s some debate as to whether or not this was a commonly used tool in older European traditions of witchcraft. In the late 1870’s a witch’s ladder, along with a collection of brooms, was found in the attic of a recently deceased woman in Somerset, sparking suspicions of witchcraft....
I think I speak for most of us when I say that I...
i really hate this sort of thought. I love seeing the diversity of PAGANS. its just awesome to see how amazingly different we all are. good thing one person doesnt get to decide what gets posted in tags though 8D