Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kelden, author of The Crooked Path and the new Witches' Sabbath.
An important aspect of Traditional Witchcraft is interacting with the Otherworld. To forge a deep relationship with spirits and the realms beyond, we often practice what is called spirit flight. Spirit flight involves the spirit of the Witch lifting from their body and traveling forth into the Otherworld. While the ability to successfully engage in spirit flight takes time, patience, and lots of practice, it can be bogged down by several common misconceptions. Below you will find four of the misconceptions I have frequently come across regarding spirit flight.
If you love mystery and drama, or exploring the worlds behind, beyond the visible world, or the familiar images of tarot presented in unique and beguilingly beautiful ways, you just might like Cirque du Tarot by Leeza Robertson and Josh Tufts. All the cards are a treat, but a special shout out to the creators for the most creative exploration of court cards that I’ve ever experienced.
Have you ever heard a tarot teacher suggest throwing away the book that came with a deck? While I can see the benefits to approaching the cards with fresh eyes, I’d encourage just setting the book aside rather than tossing it out. Most books that come with a deck not only provide interesting deck
Here in the northern hemisphere, it is almost Imbolc! To help you celebrate, we've rounded up our best rituals, spells, books, and more
Using the Tarot for Sabbats and Esbats: Imbolc: Celebrate Imbolc with a spread and other tarot-inspired ideas.
An Imbolc Tarot Ritual Celebrate Imbolc with a spread from Tarot Rituals by Nancy Antenucci.
Ritual: An Imbolc Celebration: Use this Imbolc ritual to release old wounds in order to create fertile soil for new ideas and possibilities.
Traveling Deeper with the Wheel of the Year: We are all familiar with the Wheel of the Year and its celebrations. But what if we take a deeper look at the Wheel and the lessons
Here in the northern hemisphere, Imbolc is almost upon us, but for our southern hemisphere friends, it is time for Lammas. To help you celebrate, we’ve rounded up our best rituals, spells, books, and more!
Traditional Lughnasadh with a Modern Twist: Discover fun ways to make your Lughnasadh celebrations more modern.
Lucky Deva Abundance Charm for Lammas: Craft a lucky abundance charm for Lammas with these instructions from HedgeWitch author Silver RavenWolf.
Pear Spice Cake for Lammas: Pears are beginning to ripen around Lughnasadh. This pear spice