Monthly Archives: July 2014

An Herb for Awhile: Agrimony

As a Witch living with a sleep disorder, specifically sleep apnea, one of the herbs I cherish is agrimony.  I first learned of this herb during coven training in another Tradition; it was an ingredient in a dream-pillow.  Although some … Continue reading

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Sexual ethics and Teaching the Craft

We are a sex positive tradition, but you must know the heart of the one you approach. No one must ever be approached with force or poor intent. ~ Victor Anderson, 2001   Coercion under any circumstances is morally and … Continue reading

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The Black Suns Pouring Forth the Night

“Witchcraft is Witchcraft, not witch dogma.  It is a science, the oldest form of science.  And it is time for us to go back and treat it that way.  … We should get together to discuss what we have learned, … Continue reading

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Words from the Bloodrose Thicket

On this appointed tree, most gracious Queen, Your spotted Serpent sheds His gleaming sheath, And bows His head until the Star of life is seen, From Earth, Your fertile body far beneath, Pregnant through winter nights and warm spring days, … Continue reading

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