Originally posted on Mountain, Path, and Pool:
Working with resin incense and disks of charcoal is a big pain in the butt, I’m admitting right now. Lighting the charcoal indoors can be pretty hazardous (a double whammy of excessive heat + carbon monoxide), buying them is a chore, and the resin produces almost too much…

Originally posted on The Twisted Rope:
While trying to decipher the meaning of a vision that I received while working with O, it was suggested that perhaps I do an execration. I considered this, and sat down with Set to get his thoughts on it, and he agreed it would be a good idea. For…

Originally posted on Black Witch:
There are those who have relationships that are on life support or total corpses and these folks wanna use stones, herbs and/or candles to bring the relationship back to life. Boy, are these folks the depressive sort. The thing about relationships and magick is that, although magick is boundless and…

Originally posted on hecatedemeter:
Foxglove We’re now just a few days away from the Winter Solstice, when the long dark nights begin to give way, slowly, to the lengthening days. I’ve loved the long deep dark and it’s given me strong comfort as my work life has gotten increasingly more frentic. The discipline of leaving…

Originally posted on Naturalistic Paganism:
2012 Thing on Thursday #11 A key concept introduced in the original “What is Humanistic Paganism?” post was the Five +1.  It refers to the five empirical senses (sight, sound, smell, taste, touch), plus the additional “sense” of introspection.  It’s a way of conceptualizing looking within, which can be a…