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Greening your magics: From the ground up

Throughout this series I have sought to bring awareness to ways in which regular spiritual practice and tools can be altered to help benefit our world, reconsidering strip mined jewels, petroleum based candles, and offerings which either may not decompose, … Continue reading

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Greening your magics: Bones of the earth

A few days ago, I bought myself some new jewelry. I’d been feeling pulled to find some pink tourmaline and rutilated quartz, and succeeded. And I also succeeded, knowing full well what this post would be about. I’ve loved semi-precious … Continue reading

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Greening your Magics: Wildness and Waters

If the land is poisoned, then witchcraft must respond. (Point one of the Apocalyptic Witchcraft manifesto, by Peter Grey) Last year, I started the Greening your Magics series in a fit of inspiration for what is my activism: sharing information … Continue reading

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Greening your magics: Candles

Just about every pagan and polytheistic tradition active at this time have a love for candles. Those flickering flames can set an otherworldly mood perfect for ritual and can fuel their own magic. They are also cheap and ubiquitous. So, … Continue reading

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Greening your magics: What are you giving?

Offerings. Every spiritual tradition on earth has them in some form. It helps to form as relationship with the unknown and unknowable of our traditions. The rune gebo and a line from the Havamal sum it up well for me: … Continue reading

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