Category Archives: Pagan Connections

#Fairy #Tarot #Friday

Welcome to Fairy Tarot Friday. Each Friday I’ll share a card from the Fairy Tarot deck by Doreen Virtue & Radleigh Valentine, featuring an uplifting message from the fey. I’ll also include a bit of syllabic poetry inspired by the card reading. Once you get to know the fairies, you’ll see they are strong-willed environmentalists. They get perturbed at people who mistrust

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Candle Spell Reading: What does the Flame, Wax and Soot mean? |

Originally posted on TarotPugs:
  Candle spells using vigil candles can be simple and effective, just set your intentions, prepare and burn the candle.   But, what does it mean when your candle burns a certain way?   The way a candle burns can be indicative of the success or failure of your spell and how the progress or after…

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19-Days of Illuminated Darkness: Index | A Witch’s Sacred Journey

Excellent information in the links of this post. Learn about the Winter Solstice. Join me, once again, as we count down to the Winter Solstice and 19 Days of Illuminated Darkness. What was begun as the veils of Samhain parted and the New Year turned another cycle of the Great Wh… Source: 19-Days of Illuminated Darkness:Index | A Witch’s Sacred

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December Full Moon

It’s happening tonight! 12/12/19 at 12:12 am. Read what says HERE. shares the Spiritual significance of this date. December’s Cold Moon is associated with staying in your cosy home beside a crackling fireplace, surrounded not just by physical warmth, but also the warmth of family and friends. Source: December Full Moon

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Pagan Things By Pagans For Pagans 2019: A Holiday Gift List | Jason Mankey

Are you looking for some pagan themed Christmas gifts this year? Jason Mankey has some suggestions! Check out this article. ❤ “Holiday lists are always so subjective, and what I find to be in good taste you might absolutely hate, but I like to think there’s something on this list for (nearly) everyone! Whether it’s a Witch who needs a

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