Showing posts from April, 2019

Beltane is almost here!

In the Northern Hemisphere, Beltane approaches. We are almost at one of the major fire festivals of the Wheel of the Year, and the veil is thinning again as we approach the half-way mark to Samhain, and the coming of summer. Depending on where you live, spring may be in full bloom, or only just starting to emerge. It feels like almost anything is possible as the sun warms the earth and creatures emerge from hibernation or return from migration. It's amazing how much relief you can feel just from glimpsing green shoots poking out from the earth, or leaves budding on trees.

For our ancestors, Beltane was a time to celebrate fertility and the miracle of birth that happens after sex. It was common for couples to jump bonfires for luck in love, or to get married around this time. In modern witchcraft, these practices are still common, as is sacred sex and sensuality, dancing a Maypole, and just about any activity that includes flowers. I wanted to list some family-friendly and solitary…

Stellar Tarot is now on SoundCloud!

That's right, you can now listen to audio tracks of me talking about various witchy and tarot related things while you're on the go! Come follow me on SoundCloud today!

A Tarot Spread to Help With Procrastination

If you're anything like me, there are some jobs or items on your to-do list that you struggle to just get done already. You'll invent new jobs, go down rabbit holes of time-wasting tactics and drive 10 miles out of your way to get through only one mile of difficulty or unpleasantness. It's a normal, human-condition thing to do, and despite us pretty much all knowing this we'll still heap loads of guilt and self-loathing onto ourselves when we catch ourselves doing it. Its something I deal with on a regular basis myself (I'm looking at you, baskets of laundry that need to be folded...) and I've been doing it with a certain set of tasks surrounding my business lately. I decided that I would create a tarot spread for myself to help deal with it, and I figured hey, if I'm currently wading through some negative self-talk about how I put off things that need to be dealt with, then a lot of you probably do too!

Position 1: The history behind why this task is so har…