Tag Archives: Ritual

Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor…

The question of Hekate and the Homeless is a subject that comes up from time to time and is one that can divide the community. Some modern practitioners see it as whole consistent with the wider ethos of Hekate’s role … Continue reading

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Hekatean Cord Cutting Visualisation

In my Hekatean Binding Spell  I made reference to a visualisation technique called ‘Cutting the Cord’. This technique is popular for severing ties with a person (or group of people) but is also useful for breaking away from bad habits, … Continue reading

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Winters Moon

A bonus post for the start of 2017, a tale of winter workings. Winters Moon The night is cold; cold and biting like the anger within me. Over many years the little insults and petty jibes have flowed,  ebbing and … Continue reading

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What is an Esbat?

When you ask most Witches about the Esbat, what it is and what one does to celebrate it, the answer will usually centre around the Full Moon. There is nothing wrong with this interpretation though it is a little limiting. … Continue reading

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Right for me, right for them – ritual for finding a new job

I sort of struggled with my J post this week but finally I settled on Jobs, and specifically spells to help you find a new job. I entered the job hunt in recent months, an unenviable thing to do let … Continue reading

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B is for Bath

I am totally stealing from Kylara for my week four theme. Kylara talks about her personal bathing rituals,  daily and pre-ritual and she’s right, every day bathing routines can be so magical. There are many different religions and cultures that … Continue reading

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