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Tarot & Pendulum – Getting the best of both worlds

Tarot & Pendulum – Getting the best of both worlds

When you’re looking for answers, maybe you grab your favorite Tarot Deck to examine the situation at hand, or maybe if you don’t have as much time on your hands, you reach for your Favorite Pendulum for a quick YES / NO assessment. But did you know that you can take advantage of the strengths and weaknesses of each of these divination tools and combine them to dive even deeper into your question?

“Woodland Whispers” Collection – Pendulums from the Forest

“Woodland Whispers” Collection – Pendulums from the Forest

Imbolc is at our doors, bringing the promise of a Renewed Earth. Plants are slowly waking up from a Winter spent sleeping, gathering strength before bursting with colors. Buds on the tip of branches are sensing the daily weather, waiting to know for sure it’s safe to expose the tenderness of their heart to the outside world. The Wheel is gently turning toward a new light, but it’s in the shade of the Woodland Trees that I’ve gathered a new…

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9 witchy things you don’t know about me

9 witchy things you don’t know about me

Okay, first things first. Just like many Witches I suppose, I’m quite obsessed with books and journals of all sorts. I mean, at the time being, I have 7 different Grimoires and Notebooks serving various purposes, from recording my Spellcraft in detail to exploring my relationship to the Land, not to forget several Tarot and Rune Books in between.

#31daysofwitchcraft – Witchy Tag Part Two

#31daysofwitchcraft – Witchy Tag Part Two

It’s all about observing and getting to know different plants season after season, following their cycles, noticing their preferred places to grow, paying attention to the sort of insects and wildlife they attract… seeing them live and evolve as individuals. And since my Craft is very much local and place-based, my favorites tend to change depending on where I live.

#31daysofwitchcraft – Witchy Tag Part One

#31daysofwitchcraft – Witchy Tag Part One

So there is this #31daysofwitchcraft tag going on over on Youtube, related to Witchcraft Practices. I’m a little bit bored with my shop closed and the restrictions on outdoors activities (thanks Covid-19!), so I’m just gonna give it a shot in a form of a couple of blog posts. That way by the end of it, you’ll known a little more about my own Witchy Path and I’ll have spent a few hours occupied.

Are you a Witch, or do you like the idea of being a Witch?

Are you a Witch, or do you like the idea of being a Witch?

With the explosion of the Witch Aesthetics on Instagram, I’ve often found myself pondering this question as I scrolled and browsed through the overwhelming amount of altars standing in a well-curated dim light, contemplating the various reclaimed skulls adorned with puzzling sigils as well as the glittery unicorn pink polished fake nails holding an equally perplexing pentacle cupcake. Some pictures inspired me in the greatest way, others definitely did not. To each his own I suppose. Whatever floats your boat,…

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A Sense of Place

A Sense of Place

I believe that ultimately […] we should take time to explore our local landscape and locate our personal places of power. That we should try to find out how to start a conversation with them. Barry Patterson – The Art of Conversation with the Genius Loci I’m currently rereading this book for the third time and, as usual, I couldn’t agree more. This particular sentence always hit me and, oddly enough, it illustrates perfectly what I’ve been up to these…

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On the Threshold

On the Threshold

First of all, let me wish you a happy new year 2019. May it be as sweet as possible, full of enchantment, poetry, and lots of nature walks ♥ Ok, let’s go straight to the question that many of you asked me, with good reason: when will I reopen the shop? Unfortunately, I can’t confirm a specific date yet. For administrative reasons among other things, but mostly because I realized that I didn’t want to go too fast, and rush…

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