Daily Witches' Homework
A pendulum chart is an extremely useful tool for gathering knowledge outside of your own. Whether you are an advanced pendulum user or a beginner, everyone can learn with just a bit of practice. There are many different variations of pendulum charts, though some are much easier to create than others. In this article, we will be discussing the steps to making a simple pendulum chart in a circle or half-circle form. Then, we will go over some basic instructions on how to use the pendulum reading
Pagans and Wiccans have plenty to celebrate in 2022! Here is a list of holidays observed in the Northern Hemisphere by Neopagans (including some Norse, Druid, and Heathen occasions) and of course the Wiccan Sabbats in the Wheel of the Year. Here’s a printable page with a calendar and list of the Pagan Holidays of 2022. It’s also good to have a Lunar Calendar in your Book of Shadows so you can follow along and work with the Moon phases. Find more printable pages to download here (click image)
Due to the influence that Mars has on this day of the week, Tuesday brings a blast of energy to expend, so it’s natural to feel impulsive or easily-triggered. What spells to cast on a Tuesday? Scroll down to find a collection of witches’ spells for a Tuesday. Here are some ideas to inspire a Tuesday morning ritual. For a daily ritual, check the Daily Devotional page here. Tuesday Candle 🕯 Red candles are perfect for a Tuesday ritual. Red has a very powerful and lively energy in candle Magic
📅 Magick for Each Day of the Week When selecting your spellwork for the day or week ahead, it is a great idea to consult the type of spellwork and which tools, deities, and herbs best correspond to that day. Each day of the week has its own special correspondences to consider! 🌙 Monday, or “Moon-day”, is a day for all things Lunar Magick. Explore spellwork that aligns with the phase of the moon– and if you’re not sure what’s in the sky above, a visit to the Daily Lunar Ritual will...
What spells are best done on a Monday? This is the best time for any works of Lunar Magic and everything related to the Moon: deep emotions, intuition, mystery, and the element Water. Monday is derived from Middle English Monenday, originally a translation of Latin dies lunae, “day of the Moon”. Being ruled by the Moon, this is a complex day. Although it’s a time of beginnings and great vitality, it can also bring a certain level of confusion. The lunar cycles affect our emotions but the Moon
These are symbols that have been used for protection by witches and other practitioners of different backgrounds through history. The interpretation of each witch symbol varies from witch to witch, but they are is often used to represent something, such as traditional elements or cardinal directions, which offer spiritual protection. Some represent animals, protection amulets, constellations or stars that guide us in our path. Click through to continue learning and print this page
Hollywood and the movies are responsible for a host of misconceptions, and their distorted misrepresentation of the Wiccan and Witch symbols is perhaps one of the most notorious of all. Here are some of the most powerful Pagan and Witch symbols and their origins. Some are common, some not so much. Chances are, you have seen some of them many times before, but have never been given a chance to understand their true meanings. Click the image to print this page of Witch symbols and meanings.
If you just started walking a personal path, it can be difficult to find good witchy apps to help you keep it steady and sacred. Books and personal practice will help you a lot in becoming a witch, but these apps are super useful as a daily reminder of our spiritual progress. Check them out: Click the image! Apps for Baby Witches, Apps for Beginner Witches, Best apps for Witches, Best Wicca Apps, Iphone Apps for Witches, Witchy Apps for Android, Witchy Apps iPhone,
In 2021, we will all bear witness to a wonderful astrological phenomenon. The Lion’s Gate portal 🦁 will be opening on the same day as the New Moon in Leo: August 8th 🌑. With the fusion of these two energies, we can expect amplification of opportunity and luck. Spells of Positive Magic are encouraged on at this time. This Lion’s Gate energy will boldly open doors for us with the confidence of Leo. Now is time to harness these vibrations to unlock your most daring desires and manifestations.
The tyet, sometimes called the knot of Isis or girdle of Isis, is an ancient Egyptian symbol that resembles an ankh, except that its arms curve down. Its meaning is also reminiscent of the ankh, as it is often translated to mean “welfare” or “life”. Chapter 156 of the Book of the Dead calls for a tyet amulet made of red jasper to be placed at the neck of a mummy, saying “the power of Isis will be the protection of [the mummy’s] body”...
Throne, Sistrum rattle, Knot of Isis, Cow horns & Sun disk, Wings. The best way to connect with Isis, like any goddess or god, is through her mythology, epithets and symbols. Here’s a summary of the most important myths featuring the goddess Isis, and how to worship Isis in your personal pagan practice. Isis’ wings are a symbol of her resurrective power, who fans her wings to give breath back to her dead husband, Osiris.
Isis is one of the most prominent Egyptian deities. While she was not widely worshiped initially, she eventually rose to prominence and, along with Osiris (her brother and husband), became the most widely worshiped of the Egyptian gods. Isis protected children and was also considered the greatest Magician and goddess of Magic. The best way to connect with Isis, like any goddess or god, is through her mythology, epithets and symbols. How to worship Isis in your personal pagan practice.
Daily Witches Correspondences: https://spells8.com/wiccan-devotional/ Wednesday is a perfect day to light a candle, but even more to practice divinations. The origin of the name Wednesday goes back to the Old English Wōdnesdæg and Middle English Wednesdei, meaning “day of Woden”. Woden is the name that the Anglo-Saxons gave to the Norse god Odin. In other languages, such as the French mercredi or Italian mercoledì, the day’s name means “day of Mercury”.
What spells to cast on a Thursday? Start your day with a Thursday Morning Ritual such as Green Tea and a Green or blue candle. Meditate as you hold your Amethyst crystal. Thursday's energies are strong and powerful, as this is a day ruled by Thor, Jupiter and Zeus. Learn more about the best rituals for a Thursday at spells8.com
Here’s a free download with a complete set of cards to start reading Tarot. Below I’ve also included a smaller version for journaling or carrying around. The files consist of the 78 Tarot cards ready to print and cut out, in PDF format. The name of this deck is Rider Waite Tarot deck, it was designed by Arthur Edward Waite in 1909 based on his personal vision of the Tarot. He was an occultist and the founder of the celebrated Fellowship of the Rosy Cross.
Words for Casting a Circle “I am protected by a sacred circle, in perfect love and perfect trust.” “Here is my consecrated circle, Nothing but love shall enter in, Nothing but love shall emerge from within. Charge this by your powers, Old Ones!” – By Scott Cunningham Chants for casting a circle range from the simple: “The circle is cast, so mote it be” “I ask the Goddess and God to bless this circle so that I may be protected during my magickal working in this space, so mote it be”
Fridays are ruled by the Goddess of Love so it makes sense that our spells and witchy workings will be related to this type of Magic: Love attraction and happiness. Find the best friday love spells in this post and discover other magical correspondences of Fridays and easy rituals of positive witchcraft. Have a Witchy Friday! #FridayLoveSpells #FridayCorrespondences #FridayMagicSpells #FridayMagick #FridayWitchcraft #WitchyFriday
Chant this prayer to invoke Persephone’s power of renewal and rebirth. Celebrate the spring or the start of any new cycle with the Goddess of Nature's renewal and the Underworld. This chant was inspired by the Orphic Hymn to Persephone as translated by Asphodel P. Long.