Liz is sick this week, so Aradia tackles some questions from our Discord!
grounding, protecting, and shielding. We go over some of those skills in this episode, but there’s so much to learn; expect follow up episodes in the future!
Liz finds her old Book of Shadows and Aradia helps her parse out what she wrote down about the Sabbats!
Welcome to our episode about making magick during the winter season, and great spells to use with snow! There was some coughing and sniffling during the episode so thank you for your patience. We did try to edit out as much as we could!
Celebrate the Winter Solstice with us as we delve into the mythology, legend, and traditional celebrations of this first day of winter from around the world. We talk about how various cultures practice, where those practices come from, and how you can build your own celebrations that work for you and your family.
Aradia talks about what they consider the 4 essential tools or topics to make a full and vibrant witchcraft practice.
Listen to the episode! Continuing in the vein of “things new witches most want to know”, Aradia and Lizryth are talking all about what a daily witchcraft practice looks like – from tips and tricks, to incognito spellwork, to the fact that “daily” very often doesn’t actually mean daily. How does witchcraft show up forContinue reading “Witchery, Covert & Not | Episode 2”
On today’s inaugural episode, Aradia and Lizryth wanted to touch a little on a lot of topics that actual practicing or aspiring witches say are most important to them! By sourcing questions straight from their respective witchy communities, both in person and online, they cover a variety of interesting themes (that they’ll go in depth on in future episodes) instead of doling out the generic beginner info, and get a bit personal about their own beliefs and practices in the process.
Thanks for listening to the trailer for Two By Torchlight! Stay tuned for our premiere episode on Sunday, October 31, and future episodes every two weeks after that! Transcript: When people think of witches, they used to imagine dark cloaked figures in foggy forests, clustered around bonfires, calling out chants to the Devil, sacrificing babies,Continue reading “Introducing: Two By Torchlight”