CRASH COURSE | Building an e-Grimoire in Obsidian

With organization comes empowerment. Lynda Peterson Hello Darlings, It’s Dahlia, and I hope your month has been going well so far! I apologize for the unexpected break in posting, but we needed a week or so to plan a few things. More info coming as we can. But we’re back and, as promised in ourContinue reading “CRASH COURSE | Building an e-Grimoire in Obsidian”

SUBSCRIPTION BOX REVIEW | Nine of Earth

For magickal and bad-ass babes Nine of Earth site Hello Darlings, It’s Dahlia, and today I wanted to share something for those of you with a budget for witchy things each month. For about six months now, we’ve been getting a box from Nine of Earth, a witchy subscription box containing a deck of cardsContinue reading “SUBSCRIPTION BOX REVIEW | Nine of Earth”

SHOP | Stygian Street Witchery is Open!

Hello Darlings, It’s Dahlia, and I have something of an exciting announcement today — Stygian Street Witchery Shoppe is (somewhat unofficially) open! We’re offering digital/distance readings (Tarot, oracle, runes, charms, and pendulum) as well as and custom spell-writing work so I thought I would celebrate a bit and mention it here so you can checkContinue reading “SHOP | Stygian Street Witchery is Open!”

RECOMMENDED READING | Dark Goddess Magick by C. Ara Campbell

When we connect with the stories of the goddesses, we connect with their energy and wisdom. We can use the goddess myths to dive deeper into transformation, knowledge, and growth [ – ] thought that doesn’t mean that the goddesses existed. Some had roots in real people, such as Aradia as La Bella Pellagrina, butContinue reading “RECOMMENDED READING | Dark Goddess Magick by C. Ara Campbell”

CRASH COURSE | What is a Grimoire (And Why Do You Need One)?

A witch ought never to be frightened in the darkest forest, Granny Weatherwax had once told her, because she should be sure in her soul that the most terrifying thing in the forest was her. Terry Pratchett, Wintersmith Hello Darlings, It’s Dahlia, and today I’m bringing you something of a crash course in one ofContinue reading “CRASH COURSE | What is a Grimoire (And Why Do You Need One)?”

ACCOUTREMENTS | What’s in Our Back-to-School Charm Bag?

To achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan and not quite enough time Leonard Bernstein Hello Darlings, It’s Abel, and we’ve had something of a revelation over the short Spring Break we’ve been on. Collectively, I mean. Therefore, we’re committed to, upon return, ‘going full witch’. This actually isn’t as drastic as itContinue reading “ACCOUTREMENTS | What’s in Our Back-to-School Charm Bag?”

Living Your Art (And Your Magick)

“The artist has one function–to affirm and glorify life.” W. Edward Brown Hello Darlings, It’s Dahlia, and today I wanted to talk a bit about something that mentally clicked for us recently, and may be useful to you as well. Hopefully by the end of this post I’ll have done a good enough job ofContinue reading “Living Your Art (And Your Magick)”

DECK REVIEW | The Alleyman’s Tarot

Personally I believe in giving the cards to the person being read… I know that’s not economical or whatever but it’s how I’ve always done it. Do a reading, find the card that matters most to them, give it to them. So they remember. That’s probably why I’m always picking up new cards wherever IContinue reading “DECK REVIEW | The Alleyman’s Tarot”

ROUTINES AND RITUALS | Build a Magickal Spring Morning Routine

“The beautiful spring came, and when nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also.” Harriet Ann Jacobs Hello Darling, It’s Dahlia, and as we turn the corner into spring and Aries season, I thought I would check in with a little easy inspiration. Not so much ‘easy’ as in ‘uncomplicated’ (thoughContinue reading “ROUTINES AND RITUALS | Build a Magickal Spring Morning Routine”

RECOMMENDED READING | The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows by John Koenig

slipfast: adj. longing to disappear completely; to melt into a crowd and become invisible, so you can take in the world without having to take part in it – free to wander through conversations without ever leaving footprints, free to dive deep into things without worrying about making a splash. Hello Darling, It’s Dahlia, andContinue reading “RECOMMENDED READING | The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows by John Koenig”