Wiccan wedding ceremonies are usually called handfastings, in which a couple's hands are bound with a cord to symbolize their unions. Learn more about the Wiccan version of this ceremony here.
Akasha, the Wiccan fifth element, can ultimately be defined as "the immutable, changeless source of all energy." Because it is the source of all energy, the type can be considered both receptive and projective
Wiccan holidays, what we call Sabbats, are part of a system known as "The Wheel of the Year." Celebrating is both fun and spiritually meaningful -- and here is a wealth of information to help you.
Many teens seek out someone to teach them about Wicca, because self-study can be confusing and slow-going. If you're looking for guidance, read here to learn the best way to go about it.
Reactions to this saying have varied from cheers of agreement to vehement opposition. Here, I explain my personal take on this issue, and the reasoning behind my opinion.
Getting ready to build your Wiccan altar and hold rituals? How exciting! The altar is truly the center stage of religious rites and should be both practical and pleasant. Try these suggestions!
The seat of worship is generally the altar-- but what type do you have? What type do you need? Get the basics of the most basic of tools-- the place where you would lay all the rest of them: the altar.
At our house, one thing you can usually count on at Samhain is a bubbling hot cauldron-- of beef stew! This is my favorite recipe, I don't think we've had a Samhain without it for 15 years.
If you are studying herbal magic or any form of Witchcraft that involves herbs, let me introduce you to sage! Here are details, how to grow it, its many medicinal, magical and folk uses!
"Imbolc Hearthfire Purification Potion", "Busting a Bad Habit Spell" and "Spell Break a Curse or Hex on an Object".