The Weekly Witch Review #164 : Occult Fashion, Easter Witches, Women Marrying Trees & More!


Welcome to the latest edition of "The Weekly Witch Review", a kickass guide to all things new & exciting (or at least new & exciting to me) on the wonderfully wacky world wide web... 

How 'A Wrinkle in Time' Is Reimagining Black Magic.

The Dandelion Spell.

★ Her occult designs hold the fashion industry spellbound. She stars as a warrior sorceress in her own comic book. And the alt-right denounce her as a satanist... Welcome to Dilara Findikoglu’s beautiful nightmare...

★ Oh the large & small book nerd deaths... Alberto Manguel on the closure of his 35,000 volume library -"If every library is autobiographical, its packing up seems to have something of a self-obituary".

Seven Ancient Wonders As They Would Have Looked In Their Prime... Scrolling through the pages of these incredible human creations was a reminder for me to NOT take for granted the wonders of our time. Hundreds of years from now, they could be dust.

★ You know we've thoroughly fucked with Nature when women start marrying trees.

Modern Desert Magic.

★ Photographer Monica Lazăr Channels Anxiety Into Stunning Self-Portraits.

★ When Team Oprah starts talking High Tea... #EverybodyMustGetStoned

★ DECLUTTER YOUR PSYCHE : A Guide To Cleaning Out Your Emotional Closet.

★ Easter in Sweden... when the witches come out to play! Children dressed as witches give a clear indication that Swedish Påsk origins predate Christianity...

A Luciferian Perspective : What is a Holy Guardian Angel & do you have one?

Rediscovering Ancient Nubia Before It Slips Away... “Only now do we realize how much pristine archaeology is just waiting to be found. But just as we are becoming aware it’s there, it’s gone.” 

Long Live The W Word!!!

★ Dear Lady Witch Friends... Have you ever heard of seed cycling? It's an interesting approach to moon cycle care. I haven't tried it yet, but I'm a sucker for hippie stuff like this.

The Good Witch’s Guide To Banishing A Bully :

While we good witches generally do not prefer to bind other people’s power and therefore do not seek out situations that call for binding spells, there are times when it is obviously appropriate to perform one: e.g., bully situations. Situations where someone is habitually cruel, insulting, or threatening to others who are weaker, smaller, or in some way vulnerable.

The Incredible Women Rebuilding Puerto Rico.

★ THE BODY KEEPS THE SCORE : The life long cost of burying your traumatic experiences. 

How Do You Launch a New Generation of Native American Writers? With a wave of indigenous writers, trained in a program that rejects the standards of white academia...

It’s a place where indigenous culture isn’t relegated to a building, or a room, or a single class. It’s everything and everywhere; it just is, the way whiteness just is on most college campuses. It is the food, which regularly features indigenous dishes; it is the bookstore and the signs for coming events. 

Growing Pains... Expansion May Be Preceded By Contractions.

An Introduction To Medicinal Nightshades : Medicinal nightshade plants like belladonna, datura, henbane, and mandrake which are famous for being the main ingredients of witches' flying ointments. Those who have heard of them usually know them as noxious weeds, deadly poisons, or magical herbs of fantasy like the screaming mandrake roots from Harry Potter. Medicinal nightshades are very real and have a long and storied history of medicinal and ceremonial use going back into prehistory. 

★ The pineal gland’s role as enabler of out-of-body experience has long fueled cultural myths. Theories of endogenous DMT trigger waves of debate about this so-called Spirit Molecule.

WiTCHY VLOG OF THE WEEK : Joey Morris on Shadows of Justification & Healing Through Them...

★ Tuesday's Episode Of HiPPiE WiTCH : Magick For A New Age...
THE SOUL OF YOUR BODY & HOME - Time For A Spring Queening.

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