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These tarotscopes were created using the Fountain Tarot deck. Stones pictures are Fluorite (clarity) and Aragonite (grounding).

Grounding Tarotscopes For The Pisces Full Moon

These full moon tarotscopes are meant to help you unlock the self-healing and embodied emotion you already hold within you and carry it through the Read...
Mundane Mystic    |   08.25.18   |   SHARE
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Witches crave organic spaces, otherwise we rebel in unforeseeable ways, otherwise we break their machines.

Witch: A Lyrical Essay Of Historical Proportions

It’s clear to see that the witch hunt has never truly died. This is no re-awakening, but proof that the witch hunt has been lying dormant. Read...
Jacklyn Janeksela    |   01.25.18   |   SHARE
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Witchcraft 101: A Wonderfully Witchy #RavChat Round-Up

We took to Twitter with a “Witchcraft 101” chat to introduce our readers to some awesome real-life witches and talk about ways to make everyday life Read...
Ravishly Staff    |   10.29.17   |   SHARE
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Magick Of Crystals And Gemstones. Image: Mariah Sharp @MightyMooseArt

The Mundane Magick Of Crystals And Gemstones

We witches have a secret weapon: the Earth. We know it holds a massive amount of power, and that is concentrated in crystals and gemstones. It's Read...
Jennifer Billock    |   10.27.17   |   SHARE
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I Left The Church To Become A Witch, And I'm Never Looking Back

For the longest time, it felt like a dirty secret that I needed to hide from everyone. I left the church to become a witch! Read...

Black Magic, Black Skin: Decolonizing White Witchcraft

I don't worship some appropriated feminine divinity or semi-European Paganism. I will talk about Black Magic, black skin and decolonizing white Read...
Shannon Barber    |   10.23.17   |   SHARE
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Russian Witch Baba Yaga's Guide To Feminism

Today we asked Baba Yaga—celebrated and infamous Russian witch—to share some of her wisdom and enduring tips on feminism. Read...
Anne Thériault    |   03.12.15   |   SHARE
Culture

Throwback Thursday: The Salem Witch Trial’s First Victim Wore Red And Drank Alcohol

The first woman killed in the infamous witch-hunt was seemingly condemned for her refusal to adhere to Puritanical social norms. Read...
Jane Jones   |   08.28.14   |   SHARE