Author Archives: knotmagick

About knotmagick

Weaving Magick and Crochet in the madhouse I call home. I am a devotee of Hekate and a follower of Pan.

Full Moon in Pisces

Sun Sign – Virgo Common Names – Green Corn Moon, Barley Moon, Fruit Moon, Grain Moon Element- Water Colour – sea green/blue Insense – Sage, lemon balm, lemon, elder, borage Spell /Ritual Theme Psychic abilities / development Self Reflection Emotional … Continue reading

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Hekatesia – Hekate’s Night

Hekatesia, meaning Hekate’s night, can appear to the newcomer more than a little confusing. It is a much-used term, with some groups using it to refer to ritual devotion to Hekate performed at the full moon whilst others use it … Continue reading

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It’s that time of year when the schools are out and we try to get things done. In addition to visiting fun an interesting places like Mother Shipton’s Cave, White Scar Caven and Druids’ Temple I managed to get a … Continue reading

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The Hierophant 

The Hierophant  Upright – Religion, group identity,  conformity, traditional belief Reversed – Restriction, challenging the status quote  (needs more) Description of Rider-Waite-Smith The Hierophant of the Rider-Waite-Smith sits upon a raised throne of stone before richly decorated twin pillars.  Before him kneel … Continue reading

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Further to my own post, and with the added bonus of a beautiful digital sigil from Lesley Jackson, Ian Chambers has been writing on witchcraft as a political tool. Witchcraft Is Political And It’s Time To Use It! Ian focuses … Continue reading

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Book Review – Land of the Fae Merlin’s Quest

I was both surprised and honoured when Rob Wildwood approached me to review his book The Land of the Fae. I’ve done a couple of book reviews but I am hardly renowned for it. Reading the book; the Land of … Continue reading

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Hekate at Lagina

When talking about ancient sites associated with Hekate one site in particular is referenced to, and discussed, over and above all the rest. Lagina, located not far from the modern day border of Greece and Turkey, hosted one of the … Continue reading

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