Category Archives: Folk Magic & Lore

How To Use Storm Water In Magickal Work

Storm Water

  This weekend there is a rather large tropical storm that is hitting parts of Texas. And today I am outside collecting some of the water… Why am I out in the rain trying to catch it in my mason jar, you ask? That rainwater is an extremely powerful element, as it has been charged with the energy and […]

Magick Is Not Black Or White. It Is Neutral.

Black Magick Skull

Magick Is Not Black Or White. It Is Neutral.   When people think of magick, they typically think of it as this static kind of thing. They have this notion that magick has to be either black or white, good or bad, and this thinking is essentially wrong. Magick is neither black nor white, good […]

What Are Magical Variables?

variables

When you when you perform any kind of magical work you should be very aware that there are multiple different ways that it could manifest. But more importantly, you need to understand why there are so many different ways that the magic could manifest. See, magic and life, the spiritual and the mundane; all of […]

Understanding The Doctrine Of Signatures

Paracelsus

During the Middle Ages, when medicine in general wasn’t very developed, folk medicine was a relatively large practice and people were experimenting with medicinal uses for plants. Of course in order to use these plants as medicine, people needed a way to determine what plants would be best used to cure various ailments. Eventually, a […]

Mojo Hands Are More Than Just Spells In A Bag

mojo hands

So as of recent I have been putting together a year long course for those who really want to learn Hoodoo and one of the sections in the course deals with mojo hands. Everything from how to create them to how to work with them and take care of them. So as I began writing […]

Timing And Magick: How They Affect Each Other

Timing Your Magick

Tick Tock… Tick Tock… Timing And Magick Go Hand In Hand And Is Probably More Important Than You Realize.   I want to just real quickly throw out some food for thought and discuss a concept that I find to be extremely useful in my spiritual work but one that just doesn’t seem to hit home […]

New Year, New Beginning

With the exception of a small handful, most cultures around the world observe some form of celebration for the beginning of a new year. Some follow the Gregorian calendar and celebrate on January 1st while other cultures follow a different calendar that may put the start of the new year on a different date but […]