Samhain, Halloween, All Hallow's Eve, Shadowfest—no matter what you choose to call this holiday, there is one thing we can all agree on: it is arguably the most powerful time for magic and divination. Here are some magical workings that even newcomers can try.
Mighty Macha is the sister to Badb and Anu of the sisters Morrigan. She can infuse your life with fertile abundance, with the vibrant power of the sun, and the strength and bravery of a Celtic warrior. I will summarize her ancient lore and suggest ways to bring her into your life.
The magic of the Morrigan affects every aspect of life. This Celtic Triple Goddess is comprised of three sisters, and while each reflects the essence of the Morrigan, each sister plays a unique role. Badb the Battle Crow possesses magic that heals, enriches, and helps you peer into the future.
Brigid was an Irish, Celtic Goddess who was worshipped as the one who could aid people in survival against all odds. When Christianity came to Ireland, she was somehow able to become both St. Brigid, and also maintain her identity as a Pagan Goddess. Pretty nifty, wouldn't you say?
Have you ever wondered about the origins of the holidays you celebrate? Many of them are Pagan in nature and have evolved with the times. Read on and find out more!
This obscure Hindu goddess is not as well known as her counterparts, but she is a goddess who can teach you important life lessons. She uses heartbreak, trauma, and brokenness as tools to fuel her through life as she rides on the back of a giant crocodile down the River of the Universe.
Many people are looking into alternative paths of spirituality, including the various religions and categories of Paganism. Here is a brief look at how to become a Pagan and what it means to be Pagan.
The Morrigan is a Celtic Triple Goddess comprised of three sisters. Anu, otherwise known as Anand, is referred to as Morrigu, the third sister. She is more than a Land Goddess—she is the land, nourishing the gods with her rich soil and lush foliage.
Mabon is the festival celebrated at the autumn equinox and is the second of three pagan harvest festivals.
The Morrigan is a misunderstood goddess. I will shed light on this Dark Goddess by summarizing her myths and appearances in history and then will outline ways to initiate a devotional practice.
Áine is the Queen of the Faeries, a Celtic Sun goddess, and an inspiration to me as a woman. I am sharing her story in hopes that men and women will learn from her tales and learn to be truer to themselves. She can help with healing and herbal magick as well.
Some frugal and free ideas for where to buy or how to create pagan tools and items that are personal to you.
Who is the Ancient Egyptians' ibis-headed god who keeps the records? Learn about this mysterious god of writing, wisdom, magic, and so much more.