New in the Apple App store: Witch Emoji from Pam Grossman, an 80 sticker pack available for iPhones & iPads, compatible with iMessage! Visit WitchEmoji.com for FAQs and a link to the app store page.
Perhaps you know of Pam Grossman because you are a fellow enthusiast of fantastical art and ardently admire her blog, Phantasmaphile wherein she curates incredible esoteric imagery. You may have stumbled across her prescient proclamation that 2013 was “The Year of The Witch” and felt energized and empowered at the long overdue celebration for this […]
An online community and website, The Hoodwitch is devoted to sharing metaphysics, folk medicine, and wellness in a modern and accessible way. “Magic is creating change by connecting with the energies of nature, at will,” says founder Bri Luna, who works to honor the inner knowledge we so often forget or learn to ignore. It’s a […]
Listen to the Vincent Price’s soothing voice on this spoken word album, “Witchcraft – Magic: An Adventure in Demonology“. Nearly two hours in length, Price weaves tales of the history and workings of the occult, including Hitler’s obsessions with witchcraft, the gory details of the persecutions of witches throughout the ages, and then into step […]
“We need witches right now,” says Elissa Hall, a Portland-based witch, in a recent article for Bustle. “While Trump’s election is disastrous, it is a call to action for witches, at least for me personally. It’s time to unleash that power we’ve been cultivating because there is so much to protect.” This sentiment is echoed by […]
I’ll admit that tarot has never been one of my favorite mediums for art or divination, somewhat because divination as a whole gives me anxiety but mostly because the gender symbolism in the arcana has always felt incredibly constricting, a word I don’t particularly want to associate with my future. Thankfully, Slow Holler is here […]
The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic is located in the village of Boscastle in Cornwall, South West England. Founded in 1951 by English folk magician Cecil Williamson, the museum houses what is widely considered to be the world’s largest collection of objects related to folk magic, ceremonial magic, Freemasonry, and Wicca. Needless to say, we would all love to […]