On queerness and/or magick
Admittedly, I’m a huge Qabala nerd (see previous post: Qabala is queer, and it isn’t even sneaky about it). I love how the Qabala gives me a framework for understanding our relationship with divinity and a clear path for personal growth. I love how you could study it for a lifetime and only begin toContinue reading “Learning Qabala: Where to start?”
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”
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”
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”
In January, my partner and I committed to doing monthly, single-card Tarot draws for ourselves. We’re both working to live our lives more intentionally, and this seemed a good way to keep some guidance in the back of our brains for the duration of the month. When we decided to do this, one of ourContinue reading “Tarot tip: Use your phone’s wallpaper”
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