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Alchemy & Astrology

When it comes to the study of alchemy, the symbolism carries a lot of hidden meaning. In particular the symbols which represent both the astrological bodies and common metals can convey a lot of layered messaging. Lets take a look at how the concept…

Divine Timing

I was talking to my Dad who is almost 80 years old now and a Druid himself back in the day. We were discussing the lockdown situation unfolding and how he had been born during WW2 but he had never seen times like this….

Advice to Intuitives from an INFJ Witch

If you’re one of the rare personality types which have the dominant cognitive function of Introverted Intuition (Ni) then this article is the advice you probably need to hear. The two personality types I’m referring to (but this can apply to other types who…

What No One Tells You Before You Become a Witch

Almost two years ago I wrote a blog article about the signs which indicate you’re destined for the path of witchcraft. I followed it up a year later with a companion video on my YouTube channel and recently I got a comment on the…

Sacred Foods of the Pagans

In almost every religious practice around the world is an element of prescriptive diet. Most religions tell their followers what NOT to eat, such as Muslims and Jewish people not eating pork, Hindus observing at least one meat-free day per week, or Mormons not…

Components of Ritual

What are all the Elements required to perform a ritual? If you haven’t yet been part of a ritual practice, or if you are trying to figure out how to create one of your own, it can be a daunting proposition. One of the…

Litha | The Pagan Summer Solstice

When the sun sets on the longest day of the year, pagans gather to celebrate for a variety of reasons. In the Northern Hemisphere it falls on the 21st of June and in the Southern Hemisphere it falls on the 22nd of December. We…

The Pagan Feast of Yule

Also known as the Winter Solstice… The Pagans celebrate a number of different festivals throughout the year, but none have quite the cultural history that Yule does. Traditional Celtic, Nordic and European cultures structured their lives around an agricultural calendar which modern pagans call…