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Spruce Tree In Witchcraft & Folk Medicine. The sacred evergreen spruce (Picea abies or Picea obovata), the directional guardian of the North. Some Tips For Using Spruce: ? Magical Aspects: Enlightenment, healing, grounding, protection, cleansing, and intuition. ? Spruce needles are known by wise folk to enhance magical powers and abilities. Spruce helps develop intuition
Pine Tree In Witchcraft & Folk Medicine. The sacred evergreen pine (Pinus) represents inner strength, rebirth, and immortality. In the old days, the pine was considered holy and it was forbidden to cut it down. Some Tips For Using Pine: ? Magical Aspects: Protection, healing, fertility, prosperity, cleansing/exorcism. ? Pine is a powerful physical and
Runecast – The Four Directions Layout. In Nordic Mythology, Norðri, Suðri, Austri and Vestri are dvärgar (Norse dwarfs) that are said to hold up the sky created from the skull of the giant Ymir. Each dwarf support one of the four cardinal points, Norðri “Northern”, Suðri “Southern”, Austri “Eastern” and Vestri “Western”. The four dvärgar
Årsgång – The Year Walk For Prophecy. Årsgång (Swedish for “year walk”) is the ancient Swedish folk tradition of a solitary, night-time walk in the forest for gaining prophecy and information about the future. Doing my personal research, I have found that Årsgång is a very ancient ritual, dating back to at least 1,000 years.
When one hears the word “Tarot” they instantly associate it with divination, fortune-telling, or cartomancy. In today’s occult scene, the most popular divination tool for sure is the Tarot, and it is proven to be a great device to look into one’s past, current situation, one’s future, and possible outcomes, to reveal the unseen forces
Magick Herbs & Incenses – Our ancestors knew that there is a power within the herbal smoke, and it changes and raises the vibrations and assists with magick. Magickal herbs are used in various ways, burning a different kind of sacred herbs, incense, and resins as a manifestation base for spirit evocations, as offerings to