• Sage plant
    Herbs/Incense

    Sage: Herbs and Incense

    In this post, we explore the herb, Sage. Information about sage will be discussed, followed by correspondences and magickal uses. The post will finish with a free correspondence sheet to download for your magickal record keeping. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here. What is Sage? Sage (Salvia Officinalis) comes in over 900 species worldwide. It can also be known as common sage, garden sage, or kitchen sage. There are other varieties of sage too such as white sage (Salvia Apiana) and Clary Sage (Salvia Sclarea). It was used in Egyptian, Roman and Greek medicine and spiritualism. So…

  • Dessert background. Sandalwood sticks graphic
    Herbs/Incense

    Sandalwood: Herbs and Incense

    This post looks at Sandalwood and its relation to magick. The post begins with looking at what Sandalwood is and then moves on to highlight the properties and magickal uses. The post ends with a free correspondence sheet to download. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here. Sandalwood history The sandalwood tree originates in India. The scent of Sandalwood comes from the wood of the tree rather than any leaves or flowers.

  • Red roses
    Herbs/Incense

    Rose: Herbs and Incense

    This post looks at the properties of the rose, perhaps most known for its association with love but there is much more to this beautiful flower. Correspondence and magickal uses will be discussed and the post ends with a free rose correspondence sheet to download. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here. All about roses Roses have strong links with love and beauty throughout history. They have been cultivated for over 5000 years and there are over 150 different species. There have been countless poems that have used the rose to symbolise love, and Valentine’s day has seen…

  • The sky at night with a white snow covered moon in the top left corner and the words 'February full moon - snow moon'
    The Moon

    February Full Moon – Snow Moon

    This post is part of my Moon Magick series. In this post, the February full moon will be explored. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here. Table of Contents The Snow Moon The February full moon is known as the snow moon. Although, there are other names that some people use as it much depends on your location and what you prefer to use in your practice. Other names include; Hunger Moon, Quickening Moon, and Storm Moon. It is believed that the name snow moon was chosen due to there being more snow in the month of February…

  • Green aventurine crystal and a bottle of green aventurine chips
    Crystals and gemstones

    Green Aventurine: Crystal Magick

    In today’s post, we are looking at green Aventurine as part of the Crystal Magick series.  The post starts by looking at what green Aventurine is, moves onto properties and finishes with magickal uses and correspondence. There is also a free correspondence sheet to download at the end of this post too! Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here.  Green Aventurine explained Aventurine comes from the Quartz family of stones. Green Aventurine is the most common, but there are other colours such as blue, yellow and orange. Green Aventurine, can be both light and dark green, and has…

  • Black background with blue and green smoke as a pattern. The words 'Mugwort: Herbs and Incense'
    Herbs/Incense

    Mugwort: Herbs and Incense

    Mugwort, also known as wormwood, St. Johns plant, and sailors tobacco is a well loved favourite of many witches. In this post, we are looking at the history of Mugwort, properties and magickal uses. The post ends with a free correspondence sheet to download. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here.  Mugwort history Mugwort has long been known for its medical and magickal properties. Named Artemisia Vulgaris in Latin, after the Ancient Greek Goddess, Artemis. It is said that she gifted Mugwort to the earth along with the whole family of plants. Mugwort was also used by the…

  • Bowl of Bay leaves and a pile of bay leaf
    Herbs/Incense

    Bay leaf: Herbs and Incense

    The Bay leaf also known as Bay Laurel or Laurel tree is an amazing leaf with an array of properties. In this post, the history of the bay leaf will be discussed, followed by properties and magickal uses. The post ends with a free correspondence sheet to download. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here.  The history of the Bay Leaf Bay trees as they were originally known originated in Asia but then spread to the Mediterranean where they were named Laurel trees. The Laurel wreath has long been a symbol of victory and success and this stems…

  • Herbs/Incense

    Rosemary: Herbs and Incense

    Welcome to another post in the blog series, Herbs and Incense. In this post, we will be exploring Rosemary. Firstly the history of Rosemary will be discussed, then the properties will be listed, followed by the magickal uses of Rosemary. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here. There is also a free Rosemary correspondence sheet PDF at the end of this post.  The history of Rosemary Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis) is an evergreen shrub that is native to the Mediterranean. It is a well know kitchen herb that is used in a variety of recipes. Rosemary leaves are needles…

  • Top right patchouli plant, bottom right - money plant in pot, top left - peace sign, bottom left - incense sticks in holder
    Herbs/Incense

    Patchouli: Herbs and Incense

    Welcome to the first post in a new series! The herbs and incense series. In this post, we are looking at the patchouli herb. The post starts with looking at the history of patchouli, then moves on to properties and finishes with magickal uses. Please note that there may be affiliate links in this post. For more information about what this means, please click here. There is also a free correspondence sheet to download at the end of this post too.  History of the Patchouli herb Patchouli has been used for centuries and originates from Asia although now is grown in many tropical climates. It is a member of the…

  • Left side Selenite tower, middle top a Selenite ball and top right, a hand holding a Selenite heart
    Crystals and gemstones

    Selenite: Crystal Magick

    This post is part of the blog series – crystal magick. In this post Selenite is discussed, properties are listed and magickal uses are also touched upon. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. For more information about what this means, please click here.  Selenite explained Selenite is known for being a highly cleansing stone. It is said to be named from the Greek word for moon, perhaps due to the white luster that Selenite has. It is a soft stone so care needs to be taken when using Selenite as it could scratch or break but on the plus side, it makes it easy to carve so there…