Tag: morag

Mundanes–Normies?! Looking at language use

So I want to end this month with a brief exploration into words and their sociotechnological implications and magical applications, specifically starting with defining the word “mundane.” “Mundane” means ordinary, which can be linked to the ideas around words like “normal” and “boring,” referring in […]

Morag, Moon Magick, and Amateur Hour by Morag

I’ve mentioned Moon Magick in a few of my posts at Everyday Magic, my regular blog. At least, I think I have. The truth is I’m recovering from a flare-up of my spinal injury and recovery requires opiates, unfortunately. I hate them. They fuzzy my […]

A Couple Decades’ Worth of Yarn by Morag

It took me a long time to really articulate that I was raised pagan. I used to see the start of my pagan journey at the witch shop, after karate class, looking for books on hexes so I could deal with the bullies who’d followed […]