Tag: witchcraft

Blessing Your Dead – Building Bridges

During this Samhain season I’ve decided to do some work to aid my ancestors and help to connect them to the blessings of the Gods that I honor and that are close to me. I invite you to join in this experiment.

Disability, Witchcraft, and Siren Songs

Witchcraft is a siren song to the powerless. I was a child, abused at home, bullied at school. I’d taken up karate class in an effort to get one up on my bullies, only to discover to my horror my bullies took the same class. […]

My warning labels

I’m not a chest pounder. I don’t flash my titles and initiations and backgrounds. I do my work, I shut the f— up until I’ve done my deeds and for the most part I stay away from covens, lodges, or anything involving a group mind. […]

The Art of Being A God by Kiya

It’s interesting having one foot in reconstructionist religion and one foot in religious witchcraft, for a lot of reasons. One of the things that I’ve been thinking about lately is the shape of how the gods appear within the context of each system. This isn’t […]

On #bindtrump and the #magicresistance: some suggested embellishments

Here’s a few tips for witches participating in the #magicresistance