💞Memories💞 

A reminder from my amazing sister. 

May all of your memories help you grow and are a comforting gift. 

Blessings,

SunRay Sorceress

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The Other Side of the Hedge: Hidden Knowledge

                             Occult

 It’s time to clarify words destroyed in the Western world again. 

If you have a desire to learn about The Craft then let’s learn about “Occult” together. This is written by a very Wize Witch.. Christopher  Drysdale. 

Brightest Blessings Sisters and Brothers,

SunRay Sorceress

    (STUDYING THE OCCULT) 

Training in magic has strong parallels with training in martial arts. Just as the martial arts strengthen the body, magical training promotes spiritual strength and health, increases overall confidence, and deepens self-awareness. Just as with martial arts, these benefits are not primary goals. Rather, they accrue as a side effect of training.

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/agora/2017/03/side-hedge-hidden-knowledge/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=BRSS&utm_campaign=Pagan&utm_content=431

Friday Night

I’ve been ill for the last two weeks but woke today with hope thanks to a dear friend and her Reki healing. 

Since I’ve been away I want to apologize for just disappearing and thank you for your patience while I recover. Love you all my wonderful sisters and brothers. 

SunRay Sorceress

Here’s some important information I found on Facebook today. 💜

Totally Cool, right?? 

Blog Post 203 – What is New World Witchery?, Part II (Witchcraft is an Amoral (not Immoral) Act)

Witchcraft is an amoral (not Immoral) act.
This post is part of my ongoing series trying to use folklore, history, and contemporary accounts of folk magic to paint a picture of what “New World Witchery” might look like. If you haven’t already done so, you may want to read the previous post, “
Brightest Blessings,
SunRay Sorceress

New World Witchery - the Search for American Traditional Witchcraft

“Tituba and Giles Corey,” by John W. Ehninger. Public Domain. (via Wikimedia Commons)

This post is part of my ongoing series trying to use folklore, history, and contemporary accounts of folk magic to paint a picture of what “New World Witchery” might look like. If you haven’t already done so, you may want to read the previous post, “What is New World Witchery?, Part I (Irrational Pragmatism).” Or don’t. I’m not the boss of you. I have already said there what I will reiterate here: that my attempt to lay out some sort of shape that defines New World Witchcraft practices is likely to satisfy no one (not even me). I undertake this effort largely because I think it gives me a point of reference when I’m developing other articles and trying to see how distinctly “New World” certain practices are. There will always be exceptions, of course…

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Blog Post 202 – What is New World Witchery?, Part I (Irrational Pragmatism)

New World Witchery…(Irrational Pragmatism) What do the history books tell us about The Craft when this country was brand-new?
Brightest Blessings,
SunRay Sorceress

New World Witchery - the Search for American Traditional Witchcraft

“Tituba and Giles Corey,” by John W. Ehninger. Public Domain. (via Wikimedia Commons)

It has taken nearly seven years, two hundred articles, over one hundred podcast episodes, and the formation of an interactive community of people all interested in the systems and traditions of various magic-practicing people in North America (and beyond), but now here we are. Based on the title of this post, you may be imagining that I’m about to lay out a complete definition of “New World Witchery.” One that locks down all these various strands we’ve been chasing. Or you may be thinking nothing of the sort, and instead be stumbling upon this article first and trying to decide if the rest of the material here would ever be of interest to you. I think, then, that I am bound to disappoint, because attempting to cage “New World Witchery” in one place, form, or time…

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Belle, Book and Bramble: Guest Post: Meeting Magic Half Way, Part I

I love how this article is everyday realistic Magick. It is about keeping your home clean and then what’s next. How to get rid of the bad energy, or you might call it demons? What do we put in the place of the bad energy and where should we send the bad energy? 

But step one is always what we think as nonmagickal and that’s grabbing a bucket of soapy water, getting the vacuume or using some elbow grease… Cleaning our home. 

Please click on the link and check Iris Groveland out, she is a practical Witch that does realistic Magick. 

“And who can’t use some more Magick, I know I can..”

Brightest

Blessings Sisters and Brothers,

SunRay Sorceress
http://www.bellebookandbramble.com/2017/03/guest-post-meeting-magic-half-way-part-i.html?m=1