God of the Month: Thoth

Thoth is the Egyptian God of Wisdom and Learning. He was one of the earlier Gods worshiped in Egypt, particularly in Khnum. He was eventually re-written as the creator God due to his popularity. These particular stories say that he laid an egg while in the form of the ibis, and that egg hatched Ra. … More God of the Month: Thoth

God of the Month: Vali

It seems there may be two gods named Vali throughout Norse mythology. Most sources refer to them as Vali I and Vali II. There are enough similarities between the two to make the argument that they may be the same deity, but since the lineage is very different, as are other circumstances, the opposite argument … More God of the Month: Vali

Goddess of the Month: Eostre

Eostre the Norse/Germanic Goddess of Spring, Fertility, and the Dawn. In fact, the old Anglo-Saxon word “Eostremonath” or “Ostaramonath” is what they called the month of April, and when they held festivals in Eostre’s honor. Ostara, or “Easter” was essentially a name for her, although that second name was eventually usurped by the Christians as … More Goddess of the Month: Eostre

God of the Month: Hades

Hades is the Greek God of the Underworld. Eventually, his name would come to describe the Underworld. He is in charge of funeral rites and defends the dead’s right to burial. Hades also had a multitude of the most precious metals and soil from the Earth, earning him the title “God of Wealth” in addition … More God of the Month: Hades

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

Fairy Tale Ritual

Kenny Klein’s book Fairy Tale Ritual was  very different than many of the books that I’ve read on spells and rituals due to its focus. Klein takes us on a very fascinating journey back on the road where the fairy tales we know and love came from, and then offers guidance on using those magical … More Fairy Tale Ritual