Moss, Menthol & Magic
With moss and menthol taking the lead in this spell, I popped a cough drop in my mouth, poured a mug of peppermint tea and began crafting...
Obsidian is a volcanic glass stone found all over the world. Although this crystal may look dark and foreboding, it is a powerful protector and can bring light to your inner shadows...
For the modern witch, a grimoire can be so much more than a spellbook. Grimoires can be similar to journals, somewhere a witch can record not only spells, but their thoughts, ideas, and experiences...
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- FamiliarsOur furry, scaley & feathery friends: If you’ve ever read the Sabrina comics, watched the TV series Sabrina the Teenage Witch, or its newest adaptation, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina — then you’ll be familiar with…familiars (haha). Salem the cat is an iconic representation of the witch’s familiar. In traditional […]
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