Geomancy: What Witches Can Learn from Feng Shui
Feng shui (pronounced “fung shway”) is a form of geomancy (the art of arranging buildings and objects auspiciously) that dates back to ancient China. Feng shui literally means “wind-water,” and refers to the flow of chi (also spelled qi) through an environment. By becoming familiar with the natural flow of chi in nature, a feng…
Witchcraft, Occult, New Age, or Pagan? What’s the difference?
For folks just getting into alternative spirituality, terminology can be confusing. What’s the difference between New Age and pagan? Are all witches pagan? What does occult even mean? And where do my beliefs and practices fit into all that? Truly, you don’t need to label your spiritual practice unless you want to. Labels can sometimes…
Another ARC reader review
I also want to thank Bettina (aka laimawitch over on Instagram) for their review! 💖
The reviews are coming in!
“If you gave this book to any baby witch, you would be giving them probably one of the best books available. Sam Wise understood the assignment.” Thanks so much to Planets in Gatorade for the video review of Witchcraft for Everyone!
I WROTE A BOOK
After almost two years of research, experimentation, writing, and community feedback, I’m so excited to announce my first book! The ebook is available for preorder now on Amazon, and paperback and hardcover versions will be available on April 16th, 2022 (the Pink Moon/full moon in Libra). My goal for this project was to create a…accessible witchcraft, actually neurodivergent, atheist witch, baby witch, Baby Witch Bootcamp, Books, buddhist witch, christian witch, curse, cursing, disabled witch, disabled witchcraft, hex, hex positive, jewish witch, mine, muslim witch, my books, my writing, neurodivergent witch, nonfiction, pagan witch, pagan witchcraft, queer witch, queer witchcraft, reclaiming witch, secular witchcraft, self publishing, witch, witchcraft, witchcraft 101, witchy
Reflections on Housewifery
I’ve never really bought into the Maiden/Mother/Crone model of womanhood that’s so popular in neopagan spaces and in fact I think it has some serious issues that need to be unpacked but I have to admit, as I’m transitioning from my early-twenties to my mid-twenties, it’s like someone has flipped a switch in my brain and suddenly…
Rethinking How Paganism Engages Culture
There’s a common sentiment in the greater pagan community that, “You don’t choose who calls you.” Most pagans are converts (meaning they weren’t raised in the faith they practice now), and many of us feel that we were called by the gods to our current faith. Those callings often come from gods who have little…
An Open Letter to Christian Witches
On this blog, I often champion the idea that witchcraft is a practice, not a religion, and that a witch can practice any religion, provided that religion does not explicitly forbid witchcraft. I still very much believe this, and the point of this post is not to tell Christians that they can’t be witches. However,…
My Queer (LGBTQ+) Ancestor Altar
To celebrate Pride month, I set up an ancestor altar to honor the beloved dead of the LGBTQ+ community! Ancestor worship has always been something that I was interested in, but hesitant to engage with. Like many queer folks, I don’t feel a strong connection to my biological ancestors, and in fact many of them…