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What’s in a Name: Five “Witchy” Plants

What’s in a Name: Five “Witchy” Plants

There’s a Tumblr post that makes it’s way around the internet about the folk names of various plants. It points out the fact that “eye of newt” is the folk name for wild mustard seed or that “bat’s wing” actually refers to the holly leaf. As a hedgewitch, I love this...

Patreon: Magickal Uses for Leftover Thread

Over on my Patreon I have posted a video tutorial on using left over thread in your witchcraft. Topics covered are correspondences, witch bottles, altar decor, poppets, and more. This is my first video tutorial. Depending on feedback I might make more covering...
Creating Your Own Magickal Correspondences

Creating Your Own Magickal Correspondences

Last month Sew Witchy was discussed and reviewed by Rhomany’s Realm on Youtube. In the comments section I was asked about the magickal correspondences I gave for the stitches and how someone would go about assigning magickal correspondences to those stitches not...
Lint Roller Cleansing Spell

Lint Roller Cleansing Spell

I enjoy a good cleansing spell as much as any other witch. I love to waft smoke around a space, sprinkle salt onto the floor before sweeping, and even flick lemon rosemary water into corners. Cleansing is a an important aspect of spellcasting and, I feel, mundane...

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