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About Andrea Moran

Growing up Andrea didn't feel a true connection to her family's religion, it wasn't until she took a Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion class in community college did she find her calling. She holds a BA in English Rhetoric and Composition and hopes her stories and articles can make a positive impact on the world. She currently resides in California with her three dogs and three reptiles.

Being an Empath

Have you ever had people tell you that you are too emotional? That you are too sensitive? Or have you ever found yourself feeling the same way a close friend or family member is feeling, even though their situation does not affect you? If you feel a strong emotional connection, then you may belong to the exclusive group of people called Empaths.

By |2020-10-05T06:22:53+00:00September 28th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Magickal Properties of Sage

Any Witch knows that Sage is a powerful cleansing herb, but Sage has other uses too. Along with cleansing, Sage can be used for wisdom, abundance, clarity, and protection. And, as Mabon nears, it is an essential herb for the Sabbat. Sage contains power that some Witches do not know exists as its other properties have been overshadowed by its cleansing abilities.

By |2020-10-05T06:29:37+00:00September 23rd, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Planning Your Mabon Feast

After celebrating so many Sabbats, do you ever feel like you are eating the same thing every time or that you are getting bored because the harvest is the same every time? It is okay to feel like that. Sabbats rely on the current harvest to supply food for a feast, so if you are planting the same thing each time, the repetitive nature can happen. What Witches can plant depends on where they live, but if they are not afraid to reach out to their community or go to different supermarkets to get ingredients, they can start to differentiate the foods associated with each Sabbat. As Mabon is approaching, you still have time to gather ingredients to make a feast unique to Mabon. So that you can have a handy dandy shopping list to reference, take a look at the foods you can make to have a wonderful and stomach satisfying Mabon feast.

By |2020-10-05T06:39:22+00:00September 18th, 2020|Sabbats|0 Comments

The History of the Maypole

When it comes to celebrating Beltane, perhaps the most significant symbol of the season you will see is the Maypole. The Maypole dance is regarded as a time of joy where couples, friends, and families can come together in a dance that will strengthen their bonds of love. While the Maypole may seem like just a time to dance, it holds a long-standing symbolism that traditions aim to retain. To get a better idea of how vital the Maypole is for us Witches and Beltane, we will be diving into its origins, history, how other cultures use the Maypole, and even how to make and use one today!

By |2020-05-02T01:42:01+00:00April 27th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Greek Goddess, Gaia 

Gaia, or Gaea, is the Greek Goddess of the Earth and was believed to have been a deity who governed the universe before the Titans were created. Over time, Gaia has been giving the title of “Mother Earth” due to her responsibility for creating all life on Earth, her inability to see people suffering and her natural nurturing personality. Even though she is a Greek Goddess, her power and influence are still highly respected amongst Witches and other Pagan religions. She is one of the most important Goddesses since, without her, none of the other Gods and Goddesses, much fewer humans, would have existed. Let’s go over who exactly Gaia is, her influences, and how she is worshiped on Modern Paganism.

By |2019-10-09T13:24:40+00:00June 21st, 2019|Deities, Greek Deities|Comments Off on The Greek Goddess, Gaia 

What the Salem Witch Trials Meant for Witches 

Every Witch, young and old, should know or at least recognize the Salem Witch Trials. The Salem Witch Trials were a dark moment in Witchcraft history that triggered a downward spiral of negative connotations towards Witches. Because of these Trials, Witches now have to suffer from a negative image and reputation, stereotyping, and downright rude remarks that we can do little about. The Salem Witch Trials are not something pleasant to think about, but if we educate ourselves in what these Trials were, we can use the knowledge to show people who Witches are.

By |2019-10-09T13:28:12+00:00April 11th, 2019|Witch Trials, Witchcraft|Comments Off on What the Salem Witch Trials Meant for Witches