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1. Witch Crafts: Guide to Oils and Herbs
Greetings! This lens is a part of my Witchcrafts, Magic & Spells series. I have covered the basics of what magic is (and isn't), as well as how it works. I have also, in this series, given a guide to common tools associated with modern Witchcraft. Now, we move on to some of my favorite spell comp...
2. Witch Crafts: Magic and Spells
Culture & Society - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:04:33
I've been practicing Witchcraft for 20 years now. Whenever people learn this about me, I get the usual questions:
"Do you worship the devil?" No, my religion is Wicca, I don't believe the devil exists.
"Do you really believe in magic?" Yes, but what I think of when I say magic, and what you thi...
3. St. Patrick's Day- Pagan Style!
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 05:12:06
..........Freshly updated for 2012!!!..........
I don't know who nominated this lens for LOTD, but if you are out there reading this, thank you! You can't imagine how surprised I was to open my e-mail that day and find a long list of messages from fellow Squids, offering ...
4. The Wheel Of The Year
Holidays & Celebrations - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 05:12:08
The Wheel of the Year is what Wiccans, some Pagans and Witches call the cycles of the seasons. The Wheel is eternally turning. Each spoke on the wheel marks a special point. These times are the quarters (the two Solstices and the two Equinoxes) and the cross-quarters (the days that fall approxima...
5. Wheel of The Year: Beltane
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 05:16:33
And so the wheel turns again, this time marking the beginning of Summer in the Pagan year. The dark half of the year has past us, so it is time for revelry and rejoicing in the start of the season of light and warmth. The Earth that had lain dormant and waiting is starting to burst forth with lif...
6. The Art of Jack-O-Lantern Carving
Culture & Society - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:04:18
I fondly recall my earliest Halloween memories: sitting at the kitchen table with my father, squishing pumpkin guts through my fingers. The air is ladenwith the scent of toasting seeds. My dad would let me draw the face.
"Anything," he'd say, "as long as it's a triangle or a square."
He wields ...
7. Scrapbooking Disney
Holidays & Celebrations - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:03:34
Two things I really love: scrapbooking and Disney. This is my first in what will be a series of lenses paying homage to both of these loves.
My big project is to scrapbook what my family affectionately calls "Our Year at Disney." Layout by layout, I'll take you with me through the four major Dis...
8. Witch Crafts: Pagan Art from the Heart
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 05:13:30
One thing that always strikes me about the Wiccan/Pagan community is how many creative people you'll find within. I don't know if this religion just attracts creative people, or if there is something about it that unleashes the creative mind to spiritually express oneself in poetry, art, music, a...
9. Container Herb Gardening
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 05:16:44
Herb gardening doesn't require a great deal of space. Even if you haven't got a square foot of soil to call your own, you can still reap some of the gratification of gardening by keeping a few herbs in containers on a sunny porch or window sill. You don't have to have the proverbial green thumb o...
Home & Garden - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:06:53
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