Cauldron Thoughts

Rows of brilliant jack o' lanterns in the dark

On Samhain the Veils part, spirits walk and the ancestors sing, As we honor the Lord of Fire and the Lady of Ice.

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Cauldron Thoughts

A misty road with autumn leaves falling.

CAULDRON THOUGHTS: The harvest is over, Demeter sinks into mourning, the world takes a long breath…

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Welcome to the Witching Season

Welcome to the Witching Season

Every year, I write a post on October 1st called Welcome to the Witching Season, and today is no different. I love this post. I love that it’s time to write it, because I love the autumn, and I love

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Mabon Rites

Mabon image

The first rainstorms of the season, the scent of wood smoke fills the night air, a sudden gust as a brisk wind hurls leaves off the trees in a maelstrom of color, the last rush to harvest the garden before

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Magick: Common Sense Ritual Preparations

Interview With Me

Note: I wrote this almost 20 years ago for a datebook and have the rights back, and it seems as pertinent today as it did then. When setting out to prepare for a magical ritual, there are several caveats best

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Blessed Samhain

Samhain greeting

May this burnt orange season lead you safely between worlds as the Veils lift. ~Yasmine and her team

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Samhain’s Coming in With Mercury Retrograde On Its Heels

Monday Musings

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

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Brain Candy Friday

Autumn Candy

In this month of ooo-spookiness, let’s talk over what your favorite paranormal creatures are? Are you a ghosts-girl, or a dragon-dreamer, or do you prefer to read/watch books/movies about the Fae, or witches? Come on, let’s hear it!

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August: Letting Go Under the The Magickal Corn Moon

the Moon Phases

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

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Blessed Litha!

Blessed Litha!

Most Joyous Litha May the Oak King reign supreme through this day As the Wheel turns to the Waning Year! From Yasmine & her Team

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