Ignoring Hater Witches: It’s Okay to be Yourself

Do you like buying witchy things from the mall, or do you enjoy fictionalized witches like the characters from American Horror Story: Coven? Maybe you like buying your clothes off sites like Killstar and get super excited about the latest astrology themed product at Sephora. Whether you’re a newbie witch or somewhat seasoned, you’ve probably

Rite of Spring as Metaphor for Renewal: Musing on Life and Death as Witches

Rite of Spring is one of the most renowned and controversial classical pieces ever performed. Written as a story of sacrifice to the harsh spring of Rus, composer Stravinsky pulled no punches in dramatic effect and eerie darkness. Stravinsksy teamed up with ballet choreographer Nijinsky, whose angular, distorted moves supposedly upset the audience in 1913.

Ancestral DNA for Witches

If you’re a witch wanting to explore ancestral magic or communication, you might want to consider a home DNA test. They’re all the rage right now, used mostly for determining one’s ethnicity, or connecting with family members they didn’t know they had. These home DNA tests offer another awesome benefit: The ability to find your

Cultural appropriation in the wide world of witchcraft

Cultural appropriation is more than just a hot topic, and it’s more than a buzzword for the politically correct. It’s an issue that needs attention drawn to it — especially in the world of witchcraft. If you’re a member of any pagan or spiritual circles, you’ve definitely seen it in action. You may even be

Your family tree is full of ghosts, but do you even believe in them?

Before I begin this post, I want to first apologize for the lengthy absence I’ve taken from the blog. It’s all been for a reason (aside from being highly focused on creating art and jewelry and general laziness, of course). You see, I’ve been neck-deep in research for the past several months — research surrounding