Tag: plant lore
Plant And Tree Lore Series: In The Shadow Of English Yew.
Hello and welcome to this week’s instalment of the plant and tree lore series! This week’s offering will be that of the folklore and magic of the Yew tree. A tree that is heavily associated with death, rebirth, the ever repeating cycle of life, transformation, the ancestors, and both malefic and protective magical workings. So,…
Plant And Tree Lore Series: Witches’ Broom.
Hello and welcome to another instalment of the plant and tree lore series! This week we shall be looking at the tree growth and deformity otherwise known as witches’ broom; a fascinating growth that is steeped in folklore and folk magic applications. So, without much further ado, let’s begin!
Plant Lore Series: Talking To Rubus, The Magic Of Bramble.
Hello and welcome to this week’s premium content blog where I will be discussing the powerful magic and folkways associated with bramble (otherwise known as blackberry or Rubus). But, first a few announcements! As some of you may be aware, my husband and I are expecting another baby! The little one will be due sometime…
The Plant And Tree Lore Series: “Through The Ivy Curtain And Past It’s Tangled Snare”.
“Through the Ivy curtain and past it’s tangled snare, we tread so lightly and with care, uncertain of your intention. Will you bind and trap me here, or shall you cloak and shield? Climbing up the walls, masking windows half concealed, or choking trees and trailing off to find a newer field. Ivy, friend or…
Plant Lore Series: The Magic Of Apple.
There are many plants that are associated with the art of witchcraft. Sadly, most associations are of the plants with more nefarious qualities, such as wormwood, blackthorn, deadly nightshade, and of course, the lethal hemlock.However, if any one plant has become synonymous with both witchcraft and the occult, it would have to be the apple.…
The Grimoire Series: The Restful Mind Charm.
As individuals, we are constantly being bombarded with negative news, fear, screen fatigue, toxic polarization of opinion, and anxiety. Worse of all, these updates are in our pockets! On our smartphones, our tablets, and even on our non pocket devices. We are currently saturated with information! And not all of it good…