• The Magic of Everyday

    The magic of everyday is not as hard to find as you may think. It is human nature to over-complicate things. The thought that in order for something to be ‘special’ or ‘meaningful’ that it must be complex, expensive, or overly involved is odd human perception that we all live within our daily lives. For Pagans, part of the magic is finding that deep meaning in the small things, the mundane, the everyday.…

  • The Magical Cauldron

    The cauldron is one of the items that are most familiar and easily recognizable as a ‘witch’ or ‘pagan’ object. Cauldrons, however, are a symbol found in many cultures. Cauldrons are closely associated with the hearth. In some Pagan traditions,…

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    Ostara – The Spring Equinox

    Ostara is the Pagan celebration of the Spring Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. This year, Ostara falls on March 20th. The festival celebrates the end of the dark days, into the fresh, new lighter days of Spring. A common theory…

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    Meditation for Calmness

    So, my husband and I welcomed a new family member 2 weeks ago…an 8-week old german shepherd puppy. My daughters are all teenagers, so having a puppy was like having a newborn all over again! Needless to say, I need…

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    Gemstone Spotlight – Labradorite

    Gemstone Spotlight for February is Labradorite! While browsing the insane amount of natural rocks, gems, and other materials at the local lapidary I ran into some amazing Labradorite gems. I must admit that despite my large gem collection, I really…

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    Imbolc

    Imbolc also called Imbolg, Candlemas and Brigid’s Day is a traditional Gaelic festival. Traditionally held February 1st or 2nd.  Some practitioners wait to celebrate the Sabbat until the sun reaches 15 degrees in Aquarius (around February 5th). Personally, I’m not…