Spells are prayers we make to our inner self. Witches and wizards always knew that the higher powers of nature are all within and we can activate them through potent herbs, candles, oils, crystals and magickal tools to increase positive and reduce negativity in our lives. Now you have a chance to learn all these ancient … Continue reading Latest at Magick: Spellbooks and Magickal Tools for Creating a Positive Future
I have grown up in a country called India where multiple religions thrive together and have observed each of them through the years. I have also observed the way women have been treated by society in general. Everything that is material or physical flows from the spiritual source. Our deep rooted beliefs, especially those propagated through … Continue reading Female Equality in Totality – Spiritual gurus and the God(ess)
Nice to see this feature I just chanced upon – written by Shruti Shenoy in yell0wblog.wordpress.com
Gone are the days when a witch meant a cruel, old woman who wore a pointy hat, pointy shoes, flew around town on a broomstick and brewed poisonous potions and tricked people into drinking them. Over the years, witchcraft has evolved from being a taboo-ed practice to a faith, a healing, a culture, almost a fad. And witches, over the years, have evolved from being that creepy woman who lived in that haunted house, all by herself, to an educated woman who, for all we know, must be the one sitting next to us in the local train, or living in the adjacent apartment. The witch of today uses Facebook and Twitter to spread the word about her faith and attract more and more people to follow it.
But this of course, is the urban Indian witch. The plight of witches in rural India is very sad. Every year, hundreds of…
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