Wiccan Rituals: Finding Your Moon Sign

If you opened a magazine at any point in your life you would have likely seen your horoscope - an astrology based sign that depicts different aspects of your personality, your traits, and your passions. For example, I was born on the 31st July which makes me a Leo. The generalised traits of a Leo sum me up pretty well, being loud, creative and passionate. But I have recently discovered though that while we can have star signs (or these are better referred to as "sun signs") we also have moon signs, which are a completely different astrological character. Sun or star signs are determined by your date of birth, but moon signs are determined by where the moon was at the time of your birth. In a

Iconography: Valak

Valak is a demon that was made popular in the movie The Conjuring 2, Annabelle Creation and The Nun, where Valak was featured as an evil spirit that took the shape of a nun to haunt a convent in Romania, before it was brought to America and interacted with Lorraine Warren of the Warren paranormal investigators. But did you know that Valak is an actual goetic demon? Valak was first mentioned in the demonology tome The Lesser Key of Solomon, as well as many other demonology transcripts that were written around that time. The Lesser Key of Solomon is actually a book of 72 demons that King Soloman apparently banished during his reign, and how he did it. Valak was listed as the 62nd demon and was

Wiccan Rituals: The Spiritual Healing of Crystals

I've always been a spiritual person. I was raised in a strictly Christian household, and while I don't practice a particular religion myself any more I am very open to hearing about the experiences and beliefs of the world and other cultures - especially if they are more naturalistic based. As a vegan and an on-the-way environmentalist, I am trying to live in the best life I possibly can while utilising the Earth and its precious resources in a non-destructive way. Everything on this Earth has been put here for a reason, and I enjoy researching and discovering what they mean and how they are connected to the human race. I've recently become very interested in the more natural-based religions

See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil

Losing one of your five senses - touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste - is a terrifying thought to many people, especially the ability to hear and speak as it is a huge basis of our forms of communications. Well, horror genres like to capitalise on some of our greatest fears, and even something simple like the ability to speak and make noise can be turned into a perfect weapon in the horror movie genre. Here are some of the best horror movies that make the loss of a sense terrifying. A Quiet Place I watched A Quiet Place in the movie theatres, and it was so damn quite that I didn't want to eat my popcorn for fear of making too much noise! Created by The Office's very own Jim John Krasinski

Ride Your Broomstick To Salem

Salem, Massachusetts, is one of the most famous locations for occultists, Wiccans, and horror history lovers alike. Known for the infamous Salem Witch Trials, in which more than two hundred people were accused of witchcraft in 1692 and 1693, and twenty five people were executed during the hysteria of outing witches, Salem is said to be one of the most haunted places in America. And nobody takes on their cloak of history like Salem. A visit to Salem, Massachusetts, is on the bucket list of every witch lover, myself included. There are so many deliciously witchy places you can visit, and I've put together my very own list for when I get the chance to visit myself. The Salem Witch Museum and Th

Iconography: Paimon

I watched the horror movie Hereditary recently for my previous article about the most intelligent horror movies made, and while I was researching for this article I stumbled across a lot of information about Paimon, a demon icon that is recognisable along the lines of Baphomet, Lillith, Adam, Eve, and the other religious history. So after Hereditary I thought I would read a little more into Paimon and figure out exactly who he is. King Paimon isn't as ambiguous as Baphomet is and he is seen as being subservient to Lucifer and one of the nine kings of Hell or Goetia, specifically the King of the West. He is first mentioned in the mid-17th century demonology grimoire Lesser Key of Soloman, whi

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