Today we’re going to talk about divination. The definition of divination can include everything from understanding the forces going on behind a situation to actually predicting the future. And there are numerous systems for practicing divination. When I first started
Today on the Vlog, I’m reviewing several oracle decks! So grab a chair and make yourself comfortable. And tell me in the comments what decks YOU like!
Today, we’ll put together a magickal planner, so come plan with me!
Friday’s Full Moon is known, in my tradition, as The Harvest Moon. September: Harvest Moon During September, we celebrate the second harvest–Mabon, and we rejoice in all we have gathered to us this year, through our hard work and perseverance.
Thursday, August 15th, will be the Corn Moon at 5:29 AM PDT August: Corn Moon We’ve passed Lughnasadh, the first harvest of grain and corn, and are on our way to autumn. During August, we focus on tying up loose
Today we come to the last of the Year of Moons posts–the Quickening Moon, February’s Full Moon, at it takes place this morning at 7:54 AM. You have a full day to take advantage of the moon’s power! February: Quickening
Tomorrow, February 2nd, is Imbolc, is the Festival of Brighid. Brighid (pronounced Breed) is the Celtic Goddess of fire, poetry, healing and craftsmen. She is considered a Triple Goddess, as are so many of the Celtic goddesses, and Her festival
Today’s the Full Moon, at 9:16 PM, PST, and it’s known in some traditions as the Ice Moon. January: Ice Moon In January we turn our attention to new beginnings. Much of the Northern Hemisphere lies cloaked in winter, and
December: Holly Moon We have entered the holiday season. Samhain is over, but Yuletide and New Years await. Tension builds at this time of year, so we focus our ritual on releasing stress. Buy a bottle of your favorite bubble
Yule is the celebration of Midwinter. The Winter Solstice is the longest night of the year when the Oak King reclaims his throne, freeing the world from the chilling grip of winter. Winter solstice is an astronomical event so the