Hekate’s Garden, Botanical Magic, and Pharmakeia | Herbalism Hekate: by Cindy Brannen

What an amazing collection of information. If you read one thing today, let it be this article on herbalism, Hekate, botanicals... Soak up the magic! ❤ "Pharmakeia is the ancient practice of plant medicine/magic descended from Hekate's Ancient Witches. Working with the materia medica helps us break [...]" Source: Hekate’s Garden, Botanical Magic and Pharmakeia … Continue reading Hekate’s Garden, Botanical Magic, and Pharmakeia | Herbalism Hekate: by Cindy Brannen

The Goddesses Eostre & Vesna; Celebrating Ostara & the Spring Equinox, by Colleen M. Chesebro

The second celebration on the Pagan Wheel of the Year is the Spring Equinox, also called Ostara, which is named after the Germanic goddess, Eostre, of Norse origin. Her name was also the inspiration for the Christian name, "Easter," and for the name, "Ostara." Eostre is the goddess of springtime and is always represented with … Continue reading The Goddesses Eostre & Vesna; Celebrating Ostara & the Spring Equinox, by Colleen M. Chesebro

Medicine of the Spirit: Plant and Flower Essences – A Druid’s Guide to Herbalism, Part III | The Druid’s Garden

I'm fascinated with Druidism, so when I found this amazing blog, I knew I had to share. ❤ "A flower floats in a bowl of spring water under the sun. The drops of the resulting water contain the energetic signature of the flower; a bit of its essence and spirit.  A few drops of this … Continue reading Medicine of the Spirit: Plant and Flower Essences – A Druid’s Guide to Herbalism, Part III | The Druid’s Garden

Crystals Tarot and Herbal Correspondence Tables – Infographic – Labyrinthos

"The following is a list of major arcana tarot correspondences - alongside herbs and crystals that have the same symbolic properties as each card..." The universe is a messy place. Being filled with countless wonders, we seek to understand them all, and as we do so, we realize that human nature finds it natural to … Continue reading Crystals Tarot and Herbal Correspondence Tables – Infographic – Labyrinthos