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Rethinking the Great Rite

Rethinking the Great Rite

The symbolic Great Rite, used in many Wiccan traditions, is meant to symbolize the unifying of opposite polarities, represented by an athame dipping into a chalice. The Great Rite is also meant to symbolize the “pure energy of creation.” It can be seen as a metaphor for penis-in-vagina sex (the quintessential IKEA-esque “insert Tab AContinue reading “Rethinking the Great Rite”

An image of Courtney Weber's "Tarot for One" book set against a scattered pile of Tarot cards

5 reasons why “Tarot for One” by Courtney Weber is my favorite Tarot book

A few years back, I was blown away by Courtney Weber’s book on the goddess Brigid. Shortly after that book was published, she published a book on Tarot called Tarot for One: The Art of Reading for Yourself – and my already high expectations for her writing climbed even higher. Why do I love TarotContinue reading “5 reasons why “Tarot for One” by Courtney Weber is my favorite Tarot book”

This weird office tool makes learning new spiritual concepts easier

Years ago, I bought an office tool I thought I’d use once in awhile for random creative projects, but it turned out to be a critical component of my spiritual practice. This simple object has improved my ability to learn and retain new things, including chakra colors and tones, Qabala spheres, basic grounding/centering/shielding, chakra cleansingContinue reading “This weird office tool makes learning new spiritual concepts easier”


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