This Week in Witchcraft (10.4.2015)

    ★ Ghanaian singer Azizaa recently discussed her recording of Black Magic Woman as a protest against colonial Christian influences. (Interview and video here.)

    ★ Looking for a fancy new Book of Shadows? One of these hand-embroidered journals with a golden spiral, tree, or palmistry diagram might be ok. (via Colossal)

    ★ You don’t have to read this article about otherkin, of course you don’t. But you kind of want to, right? It’s a pretty nuanced and surprisingly interesting explanation of how all that works on a spiritual and energetic level. I feel more informed now.

    ★ If your climate is anything like mine, it’s a good time to think about wildcrafting goldenrod. Apparently it has a lot of herbal applications.

    • is a co-editor of BAD WITCHES. She also offers witch medicine for what ails you (along with more art and other stuff) at Dream Horse. She lives in the wilds of Pittsburgh with her partner and two children who are mainly being raised by wolves.

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    • Psyche

      Thanks for the link to the article on Spiral Nature!

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