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Magical Home Protection Lesson

Magical Home Protection Learn about the magick behind house protection with author Raechel Henderson (Sew Witchy, The Scent of Lemon & Rosemary). Raechel will cover the history of keeping homes safe from the evil eye, malicious magick, spirits and more. The...

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Witchy Declutter

Witchy Declutter

I went through a major declutter this month. After two major, and devastating, moves in the last four years we've landed in a place where we will be for at least a while. It's not our forever home, but it is sufficient for our needs.  Now that we've been here for...

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Sweep the Floor

Sweep the Floor

My absolute favorite description of The Scent of Lemon & Rosemary I heard was that it is a “witchy home economics book”. The phrase tickles me to no end because that is exactly what I wrote, and it is a constant surprise to me. I’m not a neat and tidy person. I...

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Tarot Self Care

Tarot Self Care

My go to tarot deck has been the Herbal Tarot. It was my first deck, bought from a Barnes & Noble more than twenty years ago. Since then, I have collected more tarot decks, buying or being gifted them. But I haven't used them. I might flip through them on...

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Using Music for Cleansing

A lot of pagan and witchcraft practices use incense for cleansing a space. It’s a great way for beginners to learn the concept and theory behind cleansing. The smoke provides visual cues and the scent acts as a quick way to manifest the energy you are trying to raise....

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What’s in a Name: Five Witchy Herbs

What’s in a Name: Five Witchy Herbs

There’s a Tumblr post that makes it’s way around the internet about the folk names of various plants. It points out the fact that “eye of newt” is the folk name for wild mustard seed or that “bat’s wing” actually refers to the holly leaf. As a hedgewitch, I love this...

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