I am still figuring things out for myself, and any guidance or support are greatly appreciated.
If I ever say anything inappropriate or incorrect, please call me out on it so I may apologize and correct myself.
Reblog and Add Your Blog :) Let’s unite!
Thanks, anon! Yeah, I keep meaning to make more posts, but… *shrugs*
Anyways, my fave witchy blogs are as follows:
breelandwalker is fantastic, especially if you’re looking for cottage magic and herbal information.
novas-grimoire has a bunch of helpful info, conveniently arranged in her sidebar if you want to check it out. (warning, do not mention the Time Warp)
runewynd is awesome with tarot spells and geekomancy/pop culture witchcraft if that’s your thing
gardenofthequeen is basically the tumblr go-to blog for all things fairy
ioqayin is a great resource for trad craft
poppet-prince is there for sex magic
And my two current favorite witchcraft-related blogs are charlottesarahscrivener and dianaandpansson (the first is mostly folk magic and folklore, the second answers witchcraft questions with a really nice assortment of good spells and resources)
And… probably a lot of others I’m forgetting right now! Also, if you have a specific question, you could always shoot me an ask.
(Also I hope y’all don’t mind me tagging you. If you do, let me know and I’ll remove it)
For those in you who like to use salt when casting a circle. Has anyone ever considered making a portable outdoor circle by taking a large hula hoop and pouring salt inside it? This way you could have salt and not be harming the environment.
Also you could decorate it with colorful tape to represent the elements. Or raise energy by hula hooping. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm
i nEED A HULA HOOP
I really hate the whole black/white/grey magic thing. Like shut the fuck up. Even the most benign spell can backfire, and a horrible curse can indirectly be a blessing. You can’t simplify life that way, much less magic.
Hey y’all, I’ve got a question coming from genuine ignorance, please educate me if you can help. I tried googling it to no avail.
Is there a specific pagan religion that observes the Sabbat (Litha, Imbolc, Beltane, etc.)? Is it open to all pagans regardless of their branch of paganism? Is it a Wiccan thing, or are they more like the pagan versions of the other widespread traditional holidays (Christmas, Easter, etc.), all deriving from different places but commonly observed together?
if Hecate, the ancient goddess of, among other things, witchcraft was associated to dogs, and was often with a tall black dog, why are black cats associated to witches?
break the trope, bring me dog person witches
don’t know if its wanted, but here is a tidbit!