Sun: Sagittarius | Moon: Virgo | Rising sign: Capricorn

For those that rely on labels, my solitary practice or beliefs are a mix of eclectic witchcraft, Neo-Wicca, and a few other types of paganism. I think I've discovered recently that all I want or need in my practice includes various forms of divination tools, crystals and stones, incense, candles, and all things owls haha

Still trying to pinpoint it all myself, but I'm totally fluid and maybe I don't want to put a label on it? This blog is just a place to collect things that relate to my personal craft.

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a mix for urban witches; who breathe in smoke and exhaust and breathe out magic, who love the city like a familiar, whose veins are laced with starlight and nightshade and neon. [ l i s t en

i. la la la song - ahs: coven | ii.i put a spell on you - joss stone | iii. jag vet en dejlig rosa - robyn | iv. climbing up the walls - radiohead | v. where the boats go - M83 | vi. ash tree lane - MS MR | vii. custom car crash - calla | viii. moon and moon - bat for lashes | ix. seekir - zola jesus | x. alone in kyoto - air | xi. house of the rising sun - lauren o’connell | xii. gallows - cocorosie | xiii. cosmic love (acoustic) - florence + the machine | xiv. child i will hurt you - crystal castles | xv. cry little sister - gerard mcmann | xvi. walking on air - kerli | xvii. in the room where you sleep - dead man’s bones | xviii. sam - massive attack 


These are good!


For the sunset on July 31st to the sunset on August 2nd, the first corn harvest, a festival of willing sacrifice, arbitration, contracts and justice.

Animal Stag

Tree Alder

Herbs and incense Cedarwood, cinnamon, fenugreek, ginger, heather, myrtle and sunflower.

Candle colour Golden browns or dark yellows

Crystals Tiger’s eye, fossilised woods, amber, rutilated quartz, or dark yellow and brown stones,

Symbols Use a straw object as your focus, such as a corn dolly, a corn knot or a straw hat, perhaps decorate with poppies or cornflowers, or a container of mixed cereals.

Lughnasadh rituals focus on justice, rights, partnerships (both personal and legal), promotions and career advancements, and the regularising of personal finances. With corn and corn dollies a feature of the time, fertility is also favoured.

Personal Activities 

  • Use corn or dried grasses to create corn knots and Corn Mother figures (a featureless head, arms, body and legs) tied with red and blue threads; hang them in the home through the winter to bring protection, and them on the fist Monday after the Twelfth Night or on the Spring Equinox fires.
  • If you make a Corn King (also known as John Barleycorn), you can burn him at Lughnasadh; scatter the ashes in your garden or on indoor plants to bring abundance to the home during the winter.
  • Make bread with mind on Lunghasadh Eve, a tradition that become associated with the Virgin Mary. As you stir the mix in turn with friend and family, make wishes for abundance and the harvest you wish to reap during the coming months. At dawn crumble the bread to share with friends and family, and leave offerings of crumbs for the wild birds.
  • If you feel you have been unjustly treated and cannot put matters right, knot dried grasses, one for each injustice, and cast them on the waters or bury, planting late-flowering seeds or autumn flowers.
  • Arrange journeys to see, or write to and telephone, friends and relations, making plans to meet, as this is a time tribes get together before the long winters. 

Source The Modern-Day Druidess by Cassandra Eason

(via gardenofthequeen)

Do not segregate your ‘spiritual side’ from the rest of your life. In doing so, not only do you divide the indivisible but you also compartmentalize spirituality. Your spirituality should take you deeply into your life. It should take you into the things you both love and fear so that you can emerge with a new understanding of yourself, the world, and your place within one another.