May this burnt orange season lead you safely between worlds as the Veils lift. ~Yasmine and her team
So, we are coming close to Samhain, we are nearing a new moon, we are moving into a Mercury retrograde period, and all of this will be in the sign of Scorpio. In other words: we’re headed for a very
So today we’re going to talk about ghost stories — real ghost stories. Now, last Tuesday, I told you about a ghost that I saw when my husband and I were on an anniversary trip. Today I’m going to talk
So, I always decorate during autumn, and thought you might like to see some of my autumn pretties this year! For me, it’s one of my joys each year, to break out the decorations and, a whirlwind of color later,
Samhain (pronounced Sow-en) is the primary Celtic festival, celebrated on the evening of October 31st–November 1st. It focuses on our links to our spiritual and physical ancestors. The honoring of ancestors is a concept celebrated world-round under a number of
Saturday we went out for a brief drive. It’s been autumn here for awhile, but all of a sudden, I looked around, and it was everywhere–autumn, in all her glory. The leaves are turning color, there’s a brilliant array of
Blessed Samhain to my fellow Pagans, and Happy Halloween to all of you. May this burnt orange season lead you to safety as the Veils between the worlds lift.
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
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
Blessed Samhain, the Third Harvest and season of the Dead. May this burnt orange season lead you safely between worlds as the veils lift.