Practical Magick

The Kitchen Witch – Culinary Links of Witchcraft

Kitchen witches, also known as cottage witches, have roots in Eastern Europe and have been employed for ages to protect homes from evil and ill intent and bring good fortune and prosperity. According to custom, giving a Kitchen Witch to a friend or relative is lucky.
Suppose you want to go even further with the kitchen theme. In that case, you may perform kitchen witchery, magic, and witchcraft, focusing on cooking, food, and mealtimes.

Feel incredibly bonded to the herbs you cultivate? Are you interested in using your favorite recipes, essential oils, and herbs to maintain a joyful home? Thanks to a kitchen witchcraft practice, you might be curious about some culinary magic.

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All You Need to Know About Neo-Paganism

Any of the numerous spiritual movements known as neo-paganism that aim to resurrect the old polytheistic religions of Europe and the Middle East. These movements are closely related to contemporary witchcraft and ritual magic. Although frequently in purposefully eclectic and reconstructionist ways, Neo-Paganism differs. It strives to resurrect true pantheons and rites of ancient cultures by having a particularly meditative and celebratory attitude.

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The Green Witch and How to Become One

There is more to witchcraft than toads, newts, and flying broomsticks. With over 800,000 Wiccans in the United States, more and more people are choosing to practice Pagan customs and strengthen their connection to nature.
Today’s eco-conscious witches are just as concerned about the planet as any other non-witch, if not more. She appreciates Mother Nature, loves all things green, and is called a “green witch.”
The release of well-known witchcraft books demonstrates the current growth in the popularity of green witchcraft.

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Your Kids

Valentine’s Day is perfect if you’re looking for the ideal time to let your kids know you love them. Most people make the mistake of finding ways to spoil their loved ones on Valentine’s and forget their kids. This is a great opportunity to connect with your children and show them how much you love them. The best way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your kids is by doing things together that show love in a way that best speaks to your children. Here are some things you can do to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your kids.

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Alexandrian Witchcraft: A Ritual and Ceremonial Magic Tradition

Alexandrian Witchcraft is a tradition of ritualistic and ceremonial magic founded in the late 1960s by Alex Sanders. It is based on the magical principles of the Hermetica, the Corpus Hermeticum, and the works of Aleister Crowley.
Alexandrian Witches believe in the practice of self-initiation, and they emphasize the importance of personal development and growth.

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