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for all who travel a Spiritual Path

This little book contains a series of spells cast over 13 years.  Those spells are designed to work over the course of the year based on the Wiccan Sabbats, embracing the power of the ever turning Wheel as the spell weaves its magick.

God Tales is a book written to expand the connection between the academic and the mystical.  It examines the evolution of deities and their stories from around the world.  

One of the greatest of mysteries is the simple statement, “I believe that I can, therefore I can.”

Cherishing the Witch is a book written to assist an evolving soul to understand how to achieve that mystery and reach their greatest power.

I started this journey over four decades ago. It was still a time of “keeping silent” for fear of reprisals. Now things have changed and many paths have found a home on the Internet, and they are sharing their vast stores of wisdom. As we face uncertain times, I am more and more convinced that we MUST stick together so that we can stay “out of the broom closet”. This site is my statement of Faith that Magick is here to stay.

Magick is all around us all the time, and I want everyone to be able to access it. I am also always questing for new levels of my own growth. So, join me and let’s keep the World safe for Magick.

“The Goddess is alive, and Magick is afoot.”

Wheel of the Year

Beltaine

Beltaine: Male Witches A Year with the The Divine Masculine The Sun is shining longer everyday. This is the time of Big Sun. The God is reaching for the fullness of His power as we approach the Summer Solstice in June. Beltaine is the midway point in Spring and it’s a lusty time of year. So much is written about the Goddess as She blesses the land with life, but what’s the God up to during this time? That Sun that is providing the life energy, that’s Him. It is so easy to lose ourselves in role that women have played in the preservation of folk magicks throughout the centuries. We often forget, or just plain ignore, the role that the men have played in that preservation. I consider it a great blessing in my life that I have known quite a few Male Witches. They don’t always call themselves Witches, but they practice great magicks and dance the Wheel of the Year with we ladies. The ones who do use the word Witch are often very insulted by the presentation of nothing but female Witches. And they REALLY hate being called warlocks. A male Witch is not a warlock. A masculine Witch is just that, a Witch. That testosterone filled energy is a representative of the Divine Masculine and should be honored as such. Look around your world and see who in your life represents the God, the Divine Masculine. Love and respect the Magick those guys bring into your magick. While you dance the dance of life this Beltaine, don’t forget to grab a partner, a male Witch with whom to dance. Their magick is just as powerful and just as necessary.

Bide the Wiccan Law ye must,
In Perfect Love, In Perfect Trust.
Eight words the Wiccan Rede fulfill:
'An ye harm none, do what ye will'.
Lest in thy self-defense it be,
Ever mind the rule of three.
Follow this with mind and heart,
And merry ye meet
And merry ye part.