Valentine’s Day is the time of the year wherein love and magick comes alive.
Since the olden days, witches are known to have all the answers and bits of advice for the lovelorn, their love potions are greatly desired as anyone would do anything for a requited love.
For most people especially those who can’t express their feelings, V-day is the perfect timing to confess their true heart's desires...If you are in a steady relationship it's time for romantic gestures and celebration of your love.
The beauty of a witch is magnetic. With a charm like a goddess, one can’t help himself if he falls in love with a witch. But don’t you worry because as powerful as they are, witches too can be overpowered by a thing called love. If you find yourself lovesick and bewitched, all you have to do is follow the V-day formula: Express your desires in a form of gift-giving.
We prepared 14 romantic gift ideas that will fit perfectly for any kind of witch you are enamored with. It can be Solitary Witch, Kitchen Witch, Hedge Witch, Green Witch, Sea Witch, Tech Witch or a funky Eclectic Witch...They all love to be loved and pampered by their partners. We’ve sourced our nest and came up with truly unique magical ideas that will make any witch happy!
Our Love Potion Ritual Bath Gift Set filled with self-loving witch-crafted items to bring you beauty and magick.Light loose incense, put on some classic rock ballads, dance and kiss until it's time to switch gears...
Set the atmosphere with this hot, sexy scented incense...
Raise an enchanted glass of intoxicating red thick wine to celebrate your love.
Full Moon Ritual - Mason jar.Candlelight Moon dancing and Lovemaking! No witch will say no to a new intoxicating scented candle to be added to her collection...Enchanted Forest - Ritual Bath Set
Moon Phases - Stainless Bar Necklace.
Gentle and elegant pleated bar necklace. For the witch who prefers minimalistic style jewelry.
For the witches who ride be alone but never lonely, the Full Moon Ride Vegan Boots would be the ideal Valentine's Day gift!Witches' Tea - Organic day cream
Witch Please - Big artificial leather bag.Your witch will LOVE it! Spirit Nest's latest bestseller...cuz' every witch needs a charming partner on one arm, and a killer handbag filled with her magickal trinkets on the other arm...Frequent Flyer
Soak and relax together in a romantic bath fizzed with a sensual coconut milk bath salt. Guaranteed soul treat!
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Welcome to our collective favourite season, witchy folk! Perhaps that’s a generalization, but the Autumnal vibes are an absolute mood in the spiritual community, and for so many reasons. This season we have two Sabbats to celebrate; the first of those is Mabon, otherwise known as the Autumn Equinox, and the hemispherical counterpart to Ostara, in which we celebrate the Spring Equinox.
Not only is Autumn the season of flavoured lattes and pumpkins, it is the season of the colours of the Earth – oranges and reds and browns, greens and glorious yellows. We have beautiful harvest vegetables and burgeoning berries; a veritable feast of offerings from our beautiful Mother Earth to celebrate.
For Mabon, we focus on the beginning of the end of the harvest season and the descent into wintery darkness. Spiritually, we are reaching the closing-down portion of the year – as the days get shorter and the evenings are longer, we assess the outcomes of our labour (physical, financial, emotional, spiritual) across the past twelve months. Summer is celebration, and Autumn is when we reap what we’ve sown. So, as we draw towards the end of this summertime haze and commence the darkening and hibernation periods, we’re beginning to wind down business and take stock of what we’ve achieved.
Seasonal altars are a great way to focus our attentions and intentions towards that for which we are grateful, and the things that we want to manifest in our lives. Not only does the season dictate our physical activities, it also directs our spiritual lives, and the altar is the witch’s way of centring that energy.
With so much to love and celebrate about Autumn, let’s take a look at some traditional (and not-so-traditional) items to feature on our altars during this time.