Every year at this time, I post a blog that I call Welcome to the Witching Season. This year is no different. This is my favorite time of year. This is the season of the witch, the season of gargoyles and ghosts, of magick and bonfires. This is the season when the mists rise, and […]

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  Blessed Samhain, the Third Harvest and season of the Dead. May this burnt orange season lead you safely between worlds as the veils lift.

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Pumpkins, crisp leaves tinged with rust and bronze, a lace-work of frost kissing red-cheeked apples, ghostly mist rises in the shadowed night…Monday night is October 31st, the eve of Samhain, Festival of the Dead and we prepare to honor and remember our ancestors. Samhain is the third harvest, or meat harvest (Lughnasadh being the first […]

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Halloween, for us, is Samhain—the festival from which Halloween evolved. But I also give out treats. A couple years ago, it occurred to me that my own allergies prevented me from eating the candy we were handing out, so what about the children who might come trick-or-treating who have allergies? That’s when I found out […]

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We’re gearing up here for some potentially rough storms this weekend. Could be stormy. Could be mega stormy. No matter what, it’s going to blow and rain. So I’ve been preparing for that instead of working. One thing I was going to do was write a blog about real ghost stories but for now, I’m […]

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Every year, on October first, I write my Welcome to the Witching Season post. October has always been my favorite month and autumn, my favorite season. This makes sense, of course, given I’m a shamanic witch and this season is made for witches and mystics. Right on schedule, the rains are starting here as the […]

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Blessed Samhain! May this burnt orange season lead you safely between worlds as the veils lift.

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Every autumn I love to decorate the house. Early to mid September, I deck it out for Samhain, and then when Samhain is over, I take down the more ooo-spooky decorations, and keep up the rest of the autumn ones until it’s time to decorate for Yule. So from September through the end of December […]

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