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Samhain: Rituals, Traditions, & Easy Ways To Celebrate | Tea & Rosemary

If you’re fan of Halloween, then you probably know that there’s something different about Halloween night. Even before I practiced witchcraft, I could always feel the energy shift. I just didn’t realize that this was because October 31st is also called Samhain, which is a popular pagan holiday with a lot of meaning and energy. The Samhain holiday is a time to honor the dead and those who have passed on. It is celebrated during the last few days of October, typically on Halloween night. More…

FREE PRINTABLE: Wheel of the Year

This weeks FREE printable for your Book of Shadows is a page featuring the "Wheel of the Year", honoured by pagans worldwide. It shows the eight important yearly events and cycles that are of significance to many who appreciate nature and follow the practices of Wicca or Paganism. The celebrations include the followi

Top List Wicca And Pagan Symbols that Every Witch Should Know

Like other religions in the world, Witches have their fair share of important symbols. Each symbol is the place where spiritual energy and the witch will meet and become one. In the Witch Craft…

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Pagan 101: What it Means to Be a Neopagan Today

You will often see the terms, “Neopagan,” “witchcraft,” “Wicca,” and “Pagan” used interchangeably with one another. Though these labels are all related, they do have their own specific definitions and connotations in the Neopagan tradition. All of these terms can be confusing, especially for beginners, so it’s important to clearly define them: A Pagan is...

The Morrígan: Goddess Of Death, War, Prophecy, and Fate | Tea & Rosemary

The Morrígan is a multiplicitous deity of Celtic lore. A goddess of death, war, prophecy, and fate, the Morrígan was the deity who would ultimately decide whether or not a warrior would survive the battlefield. Her appearance is often heralded by a murder of cawing crows. At times, it is in the wake of death, her crows pecking away at the bodies of the fallen. Understandably so, the Morrígan is one of the most feared, yet misunderstood goddesses in Celtic mythology. Her Irish name is…


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Wheel of the Year Sabbat Pagan Witches Brew Perfume Oil Sample - Etsy

1 Oz Dropper Bottle $22 (For anointing candles and spellwork) 10 ML Roller Ball $18 Imbolc Angelica Hyssop White Willow Jasmine Lavender Mint Cinnamon Clove Ostara Jasmine Patchouli Lemongrass Sandalwood Orange Lilac Lilies Beltane Jasmine Musk Birch Ylang Ylang Vanilla Rose Marjoram Dandelion Litha Lavender Chamomile Mugwort Rose Peony Thyme Lemon Cedar Lammas Basil Frankincense Rosemary Rose Sandalwood Sunflower Yarrow Calendula Mabon Cedar Frankincense Myrrh Sage Chamomile Yarrow Pine…

Norse Paganism for Beginners: Quick Recap + Resources | Time Nomads

Are you curious about the Norse Religion? This beginner's guide to Norse Paganism includes a quick intro to the history, practices, FREE resources and more!