New Moon in Libra — Spirit de la Lune

The Moon joins the Sun in Libra on the 28th of September. We are officially in Libra season! This new moon in Libra brings in a breath of fresh air and a sense of harmony to our relationships while offering us opportunity to reconnect in new ways. This month holds a lot of other aspects … Continue reading New Moon in Libra — Spirit de la Lune

New Event: All Hallows Pop-Up & Ghost Walk in Montreal

  October 11 & 12, 2019 Some happy news for you! April of Lvnea Perfume and I are hosting a last minute pop-up of esoteric workshops and vendors at Lvnea's beautiful shop in Montreal during the witchiest time of the year in a famous centuries-old city full of ghosts. Join us to dive in to the season … Continue reading New Event: All Hallows Pop-Up & Ghost Walk in Montreal

Community Classes — Rooted Apothecary

Join Bailey for gentle Vinyasa yoga focusing on breathing meditation and movement with an introduction to the Tarot. . Get to know the cards, understand the lessons they can teach us about ourselves and the world around us while relaxing in the Gunnison Apothecary. 510 Elk Avenue #6 , Crested Butte, CO 81224 // 126 … Continue reading Community Classes — Rooted Apothecary

The Witch Reborn in Autumn: Spiritual Death and the Dance of Bones | Spirits Dance Bones

The Wild Witch and the Dance of Bones The moon ascends from her primal cave, And my feet twitch in excitement. For this is the long-awaited call Back to my soul’s home. I become a wild witch once more. Hail Autumn, With your winds of change, Blowing me free of what has passed, Dancing in … Continue reading The Witch Reborn in Autumn: Spiritual Death and the Dance of Bones | Spirits Dance Bones

Making Homemade Herbal Lozenges with Linden

Stand beneath a blooming linden tree, and chances are you will slowly become aware of an almost unbelievable event taking place. The tree will be so alive with the hum and buzz of happy honeybees so absorbed in their harvest, they may very well bounce right off of you! An 80-year-old tree near my home presents a … Continue reading Making Homemade Herbal Lozenges with Linden

Autumn Equinox

BY: ELLEN DUGAN The beginning of the autumn season officially commences in September with the Autumn Equinox. As the sun enters the astrological sign of Libra, the hours of day and darkness are equal to one another, just like the balanced scales of Libra itself. From this point of the year, with each passing day, … Continue reading Autumn Equinox

Sage the Savior by Susun S Weed

Does the odor of sage evoke warmth, cheer, and holiday feasts for you? Sage has long been used to add savor, magic, and medicine to winter meals. Culinary sage is available at any grocery store, and sage is one of the easiest of all herbs to grow -- whether in a pot, on a windowsill, … Continue reading Sage the Savior by Susun S Weed

Fox Fires – Animated Short Film

It hasn’t been all that long since mankind learned exactly what the stars are and where they come from. For hundreds of thousands of years, our ancestors looked up when the sunset and wondered how the evening sky came to be adorned with millions of twinkling lights. From their gazes, countless myths and stories sprung … Continue reading Fox Fires – Animated Short Film

The Making Of A Herbalist

"I encourage everybody to make a little jar of something yourself because you will feel so good about doing it." It's the way it's supposed to be. I believe we are meant to make and grow our own food, make our own medicine and nourish ourselves with what we have around us. It's so much … Continue reading The Making Of A Herbalist

Thornapple, Gender and Ritual Application | Coby Michael Ward

Cultivating the Devil’s Apple aka Thornapple I spent part of this afternoon harvesting my Thornapple plants.  One of them grew to be close to five feet high!  The Thornapple I grew this year is a Datura stramonium var. tatula; similar to the common Datura stramonium only it is less shrubby and has lavender-purple flowers.  I harvested leaves, seedpods, … Continue reading Thornapple, Gender and Ritual Application | Coby Michael Ward