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  • Episode 121: Comparison is the Thief of Joy
    by Megan Black on June 23, 2022 at 6:11 pm

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  • Working with the Moon: Phases of the Moon and a Free Printable!
    by Megan Black on June 22, 2022 at 2:00 pm

    One of the most common celestial bodies that modern witches follow is the moon. Throughout history, the moon has played a very large role in pagan faiths and the lives of everyday people. There are many legends and mythological stories that hold the moon as a central figure either as a deity, a divine figure, … Read more

  • Witchy Book Review: Rebel Witch by Kelly-Ann Maddox!
    by Megan Black on June 19, 2022 at 4:00 pm

    Rebel Witch by Kelly-Ann Maddox is a great book for those new to witchcraft. She covers many topics from a secular point of view including holidays, spirits and divine beings, spellwork, and community. ‘Round the Cauldron Podcast: Episode 120: Throw Out Your Wheel || Creating Personal Celebrations Find Kelly-Ann Online: Kelly-Ann’s Channel: Get … Read more

  • Depression Invaded My Garden || A Sacred Space Gone Dormant [CC]
    by Megan Black on June 4, 2022 at 2:15 pm

    **PLEASE READ ME**   This is my life. This is part of who I am, and even though it isn’t glamorous or beautiful, it is me. In my prose, I mention the “spirit of depression”. This is a concept that I first encountered in Terence Ward’s book Empty Cauldrons. I am still on the fence … Read more

  • Podcast Episode 120: Throw Out Your Wheel || Creating Personal Celebrations
    by Megan Black on May 31, 2022 at 4:00 pm

    I received a question on Instagram about how I’m adjusting to life in Florida in regard to the Wheel of the Year, energy work, and seasonal celebrations. It got me thinking about how I don’t really follow the traditional Wheel of the Year and how I’ve created, and continue to refine, my own celebration calendar.  … Read more

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