Bee’s Wax Pearls of Plenty & Prosperity

Bee's wax pearls of plenty and prosperity are used as a talisman that can be worn or hung in your home. These are to help attract and keep prosperity to you, whatever that might look like to you. We all have different ideas of how we view prosperity and what that means to us and…

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Black Chokecherry Protection & Binding Beads

Binding beads can be used the same way as mala beads. Except instead of a repeated prayer or affirmation, its a repeated bind. The bark and leaves are poisonous, the actual berries are very bitter. I make oil from the bark and leaves and soak the binding thread in it so its always ready to…

Super Moon, Blue Moon, Blood Moon & Total Lunar Eclipse Community Candle Ritual – Release, Restore, Rise & Heal.

Hi Everyone! If that isn't a mouth full of a title I don't know what is! As most of you are aware there is a Blue moon coming up next week, January 31st. Toronto time about 8:30am.  The moon will be beautifully bright the night before and the night of the 31st as well as…

Wild Witch-Crafting With Peony Flower Ants Part 2

No peony plant is without its ants, I know this can be bothersome for some but for this Witch.... its gold! Peonies don't need ants to bloom, they will absolutely bloom on their own without them, so don't worry about removing them, your blooms with be just fine. The ants are used mostly in spell…

Wild Witch-Crafting With Peony Blooms, Root, Seed & Ants – Part 1

Peonies are a long time favorite of mine in spell work. Each part of the plant from root to bloom and the little ants on top are all magic. Peony plants are are a hardy perennial in my neck of the woods. They can easily live for a 100 years which makes them ideal in…

Imbolc Is Not My Jam

Celebrating "Imbolc" is not part of my personal spiritual practice. I do not honor it as a holy day in my personal spiritual practice. I do not honor saints/gods/goddesses and this one is meant to honor St Brigid and the beginning of Spring by the light of a fire. There are parallels with my personal celebration…