Mental health and gun ownership
Here is a basic prosperity ritual for emergencies. No guarantees.
How to create a “circle” or sacred space.
Color; Green, brown, gold
Scents: Earthy, frankencense, rosemary
Items; bowl of dirt, stones, pentacle
Stones: Lapus Lazuli, turquoise, sea glass
Scents: Ocean, sea
Items: chalice or cup, water, bowl of water
Stones: charcoal, lava rock, red jasper
Items: lighted candle or any item with fire.
Scents: Airy, light.
Items: Incense burner, feather, branch
Altars and what things you need for them to prepare for a ritual.
What goes on an altar and what it’s used for. Also with a cameo from Tom, the cat.
As a special treat, I have here an interview with a local Newport personality Bruce Newbury about my books, Homecoming and Grimaulkin. It’s from Talk of the Town heard mornings from 9-12 on WADK, Newport, RI.
Today we incorporate Samhain (Sowan), the witches’ new year, with the beginning of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).
Some things I learned this weekend about marketing your book.
Why use a fake name?
Here’s a couple of reasons in a very short podcast, and my experience with them.
Writing is as important to you as breathing. Why doesn’t anyone else understand that?
If you’re an artist, you’ve got a muse.
Call it divine inspiration, or talking to angels, every artist hears voices or sees imaginary things. It’s up to us to get it into physical form to please the muse.
Magical helpers are all around you, just ask your pets!
This week’s podcast is to reassure you that you don’t need a black cat to be a witch.
Who he is, where he came from, and why did I write about a gay mage?
This week’s episode is about one of the pillars of Witchcraft, the belief in a goddess and a god, and how you can find out which ones you may be attuned to.
Also, a new announcement!