I need more pagan blogs to follow
Reblog if you post-
- Beautiful pictures
- Insightful spells
- Anything involving the different forms of paganism and witchcraft.
I’m sorry I haven’t been on much. I have been pretty busy with chores, gift shopping, and running my other blogs. BUT I’m hoping to be a bit more active from now on. <3
Anoint a green candle in pine oil. Wrap in red thread and light, directing energy to the flame, while repeating:
Born anew, light of life
Light the new day, burning bright.
The God reborn again this night
Repeat while holding the candle for as long as desired.
I’m so glad so many people are joining in on my witchy wishlists project! I’m full of yay!
Here are some things to keep in mind:
- While the official tag is #witchy wishlists, there are people posting in #witchy wishlist as well (no s on the end!) so be sure to check both tags.
- You don’t need money to grant wishes! Yeah, some wishes may cost something, but if someone is asking for something you already have and can offer, or something that isn’t a material item and can be shared for free through the internet, the cost may be negligible or nonexistent. So if you’re interested in participating, go check the tag(s!) because you won’t know what you can do until you look!
- People are including lists of things they can trade in their wishlists, and that’s great! But remember that this isn’t a forced exchange, so if you don’t have anything you can think of to offer on your wishlist for others, that’s not required at all! I have nothing against exchanges and secret santas (I sign up for a lot of them at this time of year and get really overwhelmed, haha) but the spirit of this project is meant to focus less on the idea of exchange and more on the idea of giving, so don’t feel pressured about anything!