For weeks and weeks and weeks, I’ve been hounding myself to go back through my notebooks and copy out everything significant. I finally got around to doing it today but only managed to plough through three of five. I’m going to make an attempt (so no promises!) to try and do a ‘Things From The Pages… Continue reading Go Not Near Her She Is Of Witching Way – Things From The Pages Of My Notebook
The resurgence of witchcraft in recent years has been something remarkable to witness. Every day, or so it seems, another blog, or magazine, or subscription crate is being cracked open and revealed to the world. And this widespread surge of creativity is deeply inspirational. One aspect of this re-birth that I've been unable to ignore… Continue reading Never Forget Who You Are : 10 Of My Favourite Witchcraft Inspired Necklaces
It was a while back now that the first issue of Sabat Magazine, The Maiden Issue was introduced to the world, but, as usual, I was late to the party. As it happens, I was broke when The Maiden Issue was unleashed, and it sold out so fucking quickly that I didn't have chance to… Continue reading Review : Sabat Magazine – The Maiden Issue
I don't think it's actually possible for me to love The Witches Mark Etsy store more than I do now. Based in Canada, The Witch's Mark provides 'handmade Talisman's created with spirit and thoughtful intentions. Specifically made for all the lovely Witches out there! Whether a practicing Witch, or just someone who seeks a special… Continue reading The Witches Mark
It has been a long while since a decent psychological horror has come my way, tapped into my senses and left me deeply disturbed. So I was thrilled when I was sent a link to Hagazussa, the first feature length film of Berlin based director Lukas Feigelfeld. After watching the trailer, I knew in my… Continue reading Interview : Lukas Feigelfeld Director Of Hagazussa
Inspired by paganism, the occult, nature and folklore, Spanish company La luna en un hilo provides beautiful, handcrafted wood burned items, mugs and an assortment of accessories. I am looking to invest in a few of their pieces, including a decorative wood burned plate depicting The Revenge of the Hares.
Finding a musical project which engages all of my senses and keeps me coming back for more is extremely rare nowadays, especially where Pagan folk music is concerned. So much of it sounds mediocre and rehashed. So I was delighted to come across Eliwagar the other day (thank you You Tube), a Norse Heathen Neofolk… Continue reading Eliwagar / Pagan Folk