Category Archives: Celtic Tradition

Understanding English Witchcraft

The cunning woman or man of the time knew when to plant and when to reap… Continue reading

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The Magickal Hackberry Tree

Hackberry [Celtis occidentalis] is a member of the Elm family. Continue reading

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The Magick of Heather

… but if you think of Beltane as passionate, think of Litha as the after party! Continue reading

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Ostara Blessings

So, how does the Modern Pagan celebrate this time of year? Continue reading

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The Magickal Spindle Tree

Spindle is a symbol of magic in the Norse Pagan tradition. Continue reading

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The Magick of Ivy

If it [Ivy] flourished on a young girl’s grave, it meant she died of unrequited love. Continue reading

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The Magick of Broom

A traditional rhyme from Sussex says: “Sweep the house with blessed Broom in May / sweep the head of the household away.” Continue reading

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