Can Four-Leaf Clovers Bring More Than Luck?

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Saint Patrick’s day is filled with four-leaf clovers signifying good luck, however, clovers also attract Fairies and their Magick. Clovers can serve as protection from them, they are able to break their Spells and if a four-leaf clover is worn correctly it will allow you to spot invisible fae. As a word of advice, should you encounter the Fae, always proceed with caution, they are mesmerizing but it could come at a price.


While there are many types of “clovers” out there, the most well-known have flowers of the white and red varieties. These are the ones most commonly used in Magickal workings. White Clover is most often used in work against hexes, while Red Clover is used for many Spells including love, fidelity, and success. The flower is not the only part used. Four-leaved clovers are considered especially lucky and can be used to lead the owner to…

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Queen Of Air And Darkness

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The early Celts savoured the dark side of life. They embraced war like a lover, plunging into battle naked, singing gloriously boastful songs. They were fearless in the face of death, which their belief in reincarnation taught them was ‘…but the centre of a long life.’ It was not uncommon for a man to lend money and agree on repayment in a future lifetime. Their day began at dusk; the new year at Samhain, the festival we know as Halloween. Darkness was associated with new beginnings, the potential of the seed below the ground. In Celtic mythology and folklore, the wisdom of darkness is often expressed by powerful goddess figures. Whether in the natural, cultural or individual context, their role is to catalyse change through the transformative power of darkness, to lead through death into new life. A Dark Goddess of nature, particularly in Scotland, is the Cailleach, a name…

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