The God Sobek

Sobek is the Egyptian God of crocodiles. His worship continued into the Roman occupation and rule. Different sects believed different myths about Sobek, but several believe he rose up from Dark Water to create the universe from his sweat. Since he was a God of the Nile, so he brought fertility to the land. This … More The God Sobek

The Goddess Seshat

Seshat is the Egyptian Goddess of scribes and writing, and was also associated with arithmetic and architecture. Her most common epithet is “Mistress of the House of Books,” because she was in charge of the library of the Gods. She is a patron of all forms of writing, not just of stories and everything else … More The Goddess Seshat

Deck Review: Archangel Raphael Healing Oracle Cards

This deck deals with health concerns of the mind, body and spirit, because Raphael is the great healer of all of these. These are cards that deal with emotions and well as physical health.  This is more of a speciality deck as it is usually used within a reading, combining its energy with a multi purpose … More Deck Review: Archangel Raphael Healing Oracle Cards

The Wiccan Rede

When many individuals discuss The Wiccan Rede, they are not discussing the lengthy twenty-six line poem published in 1974 nor are they discussing the Rede of The Wiccae written by Lady Gwen but are instead referring to the quoted words of Doreen Valiente, “An it harm none do what ye will.” Many individuals may not … More The Wiccan Rede

Invocation for Cernunnos

  Oh Cernunnos, I invoke thee, Lord of the Hunt, By the great mysteries, By the power of your life, death, and resurrection. I invoke thee, Cernunnos. I invoke thee. As you stand at the portal; to The Underworld, reveal yourself to me, Allow me to see with your eyes. Guardian of the Green World, … More Invocation for Cernunnos

Second Imbolc Celebration

Dear Diary, It’s my second Imbolc celebration, and I am more than excited for ritual! It feels like it’s been so long since the last ritual I’ve attended, but in all reality it’s only been a month or two. I am very excited for Imbolc though because it is one of my favorite Sabbats. The … More Second Imbolc Celebration


Iolite is a translucent and sometimes even transparent gem variety of the mineral Cordierite. The name Iolite originates from the Greek word ios meaning violet. This mesmerizing crystal comes in many deep hues of purple and blue, but it is also common to see Iolite in shades of grey. This stone contains a sufficient amount … More Iolite

I forgive myself.

Affirmations are statements that are written in the present tense and encourage positive thinking and self-empowerment. They condition the subconscious mind so that you are able to: develop a positive perception of yourself, transform harmful behaviors, motivate you to accomplish personal goals, as well as, heal yourself from the damage of negative scripts (the repetitive … More I forgive myself.