MugWort Magick
Herbal Magick / January 27, 2017

Greetings Sacred Sisters, Today’s Herbal Magick tip deals with Mugwort. Mugwort is an herb common to Asian Medicinal Medicine. “Mugwort” doesn’t it sound like something off of a Harry Potter Movie. LOL It is a mild digestive herb that aids in increasing appetite and nutrient absorption. Need a little support or boost in your dreams or psychic work…Try making a Sashet of Mugwort and Star Anise to enliven your higher senses.   Few Facts: Asian Herbal Medicine The leaves are the part used Mugwort is a bushy shrub   Medicinal: Mild Digestive Herb Increases Appetite Supports Nutrient Absorption Metaphysical: Psychic Powers Increase Dream Recall Astral Projection   Consult your health care provider before trying home remedies. Handle your metaphysical practice with care.  

9 Tools Every Witch Should Have
Metaphysics / September 8, 2015

Welcome to the world of Magick. The reality is all those fairy tails and magickal shows you love so much were crafted from you. You know Harry Potter, Charmed etc.. These are bits and pieces of our magic that has been made into a fantasy world. While everyone was enjoying the fantasy you were Sleeping Beauty and many are still sleeping. Guess what, the dream is over and now is time to pick back up your Witches tools and get back practicing your Magick aka Metaphysics. They would love for you to believe that your ancient ancestors weren’t practicing Magick but the Ancient Egyptians to West African Yoruba to Native Americans as well as Asian cultures were all practicing forms of Witchcraft which is a metaphysical science based on organic and unseen energy. So if you just can’t figure out why you can’t find balance in today’s world it’s probably because you are neglecting your ancient ways….. Here are a few tools to get you started…IF YOU ARE READY…. 9 TOOLS EVERY WITCH SHOULD HAVE 1-Book Of Shadows 2-Set of Crystals 3-Herb Collection 4-Ritual Garb 5-Chalice 6-Wand or Athame 7-Caldron 8-Candles 9-Oils or Incense I know some women do not…

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