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Journey Recaps: First Thirty Days

Everyone says it takes thirty days to form a habit. When one consciously attempts to form a habit then, what happens? What does it look like during that process of change? Well, I just hit my first thirty days a couple days ago, and I’m going to talk about it. The time spent has been life changing, habit forming, but not always what I expected it to be. So, if you’re looking at the prospect of a New Year’s resolution, or even, just wanting to change a habit, why not see what your process could look like? Continue reading

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Modern Magick, The Golden Dawn, & Much Much More

A while back, I began to ask myself what witchcraft looked like before Gerald Gardner. To be fair, I mainly wanted to know what inspired Gardner to start a religion all his own. What sources had he used? Why did he make specific changes to the rituals he utilized? How had witchcraft changed over time? Little did I know the answers to these questions would leave me a little at a loss. So, in the interest of sharing experiences, I thought I’d share what I learned, and what it means going forward. Continue reading

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