Blogs paiens (en)
Mabon Incense. Diary of a Familiar-in-Training. The Lights of Diwali ~ Pagan Murmur. Somehow I find myself always having an affinity with the goddesses of the arts and beauty.
Yeye Oshun has been for me a symbol of gaiety and elegance. Brighid of the Gaels provides me with artistic inspiration and the energy to turn it into craft. Now I pray to Maha Lakshmi, the lotus goddess of wealth, for material providence and sustenance - because the reality nowadays is that art and beauty often costs money. I was also feeling a need to get acquainted with the vedic gods being that the Philippines is a part of Greater India. Beyond the Circle. The House Of Eleggua Blog. Conjured Cardea. Dancing with Hecate. Hidden Witch. Spirits Craft. Wandering Soul | Seeker ~ Searcher. Love Not Fear.
The Alchemist's Garden. Today I got to work on the illustrations for my herbal witchcraft book.
Does it ever feel great! The first chapter is on poppy, so I started there. I did sketches of a bud, a pod, a seedling, and a flower. Practically Magic. WitchDoctorJoe's RattleBone. Eye of the Sorcerer. Deep Pagan Thoughts. A Mage's Blog. Trainee Golem Builder. Kenaz Filan. Sex, Magick, & the City. Doing Magick. Dionysian Atavism. American Folkloric Witchcraft. Adventures In Witchery. Urban Witch. PNC Florida - The Pagan Newswire Collective. Into the Mound. Witches Of The Craft. A Blog of Two Witches. Sep 05 I am temporarily taking down both 2Witches and Blade & Cauldron.
The goal is to come back (sometime between Samhain and New Year’s) with a new and improved blog that will be a vehicle toward creating the life we dream of, the story of the journey, and a place for me to just be me. The hope is to re-open with a new look, a new feel, and both new and re-worked content. Victorian Witch. Keeping up with the spirit of things, I decided to google the phrase "Victorian American Witches.
" To my delight and astonishment, pages upon pages of articles were laid before me. No search engine is infallible, though, so some articles were not even remotely pertinent. However, the eighth article down on the first page gave me a short essay on the precise, generalized "history" of the practice and survival of American witchcraft in the Victorian Era. "But Witchcraft did exist, and it can be said that it perhaps recovered due to this revision of thought.
If industrialization never occurred, accusations of Witchcraft may have persisted. Witchcraft in the Victorian Age. Witchcraft in the Victorian Age Written By Staff Contributor: Elizabeth Marie Clements The Victorian Era has been associated with Witchcraft in American Hollywood and literature in many different mediums over the years.
The settings for the popular show Charmed and the movie Practical Magic were Victorian houses. Hawk's Cry: The Blog of a Witch on Paganism, Witchcraft, Wicca, Magick, Occult, Pagan Hymns, Prayers and Rituals. Love is Stronger than Death. A bad witch's blog. Cat's Journal. Adventures on the Dusken Path.