Witchy Wednesday - Hellebore
Hellebore are a member of the buttercup family and extremely poisonous, native to most of europe and north america. They come in many varieties with different colours but they all have a five petaled flower which blooms for long periods of time throughout winter and early spring. The name, Helleborus comes from the Greek elein, meaning injure and bora, meaning food, a reference to the plant's poisonous nature. Alexander the Great, supposedly, die
Magick Mondays - LBRP (The Method I Use)
This ritual is a cleansing or protecting incantation that requires nothing more than your belief in it working. It can be performed before or after any ritual you are performing or it can be used whenever the need arises. Depending on my current pathworking I will use this before most rituals.
Start by imagining a glowing aura around yourself which expands and contracts as you breathe. Relax your body and mind and see yourself growi
Freyja's Fridays - Discovery of Iceland
In 872 Ingar Arnarson set sail exploring northward. He found a cold region of land and decided to settle there, and so followed an old custom of throwing the posts from his house door back home, which he had remembered to bring with him, into the currents and where they landed he settled. That place was Reykjavik and the country was of course Iceland. #viking #norse #iceland
Witchy Wednesdays - Fennel
Fennel is a Perennial herb that grows around 5ft in height and is a member of the carrot family. It has large yellow flowers and whispy leaves and gives off a liqourice smell. the whole of the plant of course is edible. The Roman conquest spread fennel throughout Europe and, by the medieval period, it had gained quite a bit of popularity in England, where it found great usage in monastries. Fennel is rich in vitamin C, Calcium and Potassium.