witchcraftings:

novas-grimoire:

runewynd:

graycloak:

pomegranateandivy:

pomegranateandivy:

I want a directory of the tumblr witchcraft community, so that when someone is looking for a particular branch of witchcraft there’s an easy list of the blogs all in one place :)

Feel free to Add your blog to the list, and include a link, you can add your name under any applicable fields

If you have a category you fall under that isn’t on the list, go ahead an add it, you can also message me with a list of the things you practice if you’d like me to add you to the list :) I’m hoping this make it’s easier to find resources in the community, that are relevant to what someone is looking for at the time, and that we can also use it to discover similar blogs, or new interests

Alchemy

Astral Work

Astrology

Black Magick (See Sorcery)

Blood Magic (sangomancy)

Candle Magic

Celestial Work

Chaos Magic

Dark Arts (See Sorcery)

Empathy

Energy Manipulation

Demon Work

Divination (general)

Dragon Magic

Dream Work

Druidry

Fairy/Fae Magic

Folk Magic

Gargoyle Magic

General Witchcraft

Green Magic

Glamour/Glamor Magic

Hearth Magic

Herb Magic

Hermetic Practices

Hoodoo

Kaeleerean Magick

Kitchen Magic

Knot/Thread Magic

Mirror Magic

Necromancy

Norse Spellwork

NorthEastern Magic

Paper Magic

Protection Magic

Pop Culture Magic

Psychic Work

Pyromancy

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Rootwork

Rune Work

Scrying

Sea/Ocean Magic

Sewing Magic

Sex Magic

Sigil work

Smithing (metal/craft based) Magic

Solomonic Magick

Sorcery / Black Magick / Dark Arts

Spirit Magic

Stone/Crystal Magic

Storm Magic

Tarot

Textile Magic (see also sewing magic)

Weather Work (general)

Winter Witchcraft

Wizardry (as a philosophy of study)

Bonus: Volunteers for Research Assistance!

Reblogging, added a few categories, as well as put runewynd in a few per request :)

Thanks, graycloak- I’ve added myself to a couple areas.  I dunno if I agree with Sorcery being conflated with “black magic” and “the dark arts” per se, but… meh.  :D

I tried to put myself in a few categories.

Added myself to a few categories and signal boosting! This is an awesome resource.

If you're tired of white guilt then stop having it, white guilt is literally your own guilt for being white. Be proud of your white shit if you want to. Just own that your ancestors trampled other races so that you could be in an elevated position today, and try to use that elevated position to help the ones your ancestors trampled. No one forced you to be guilty, you get to own and fix that yourself.
You know what I'm sick of? White hate. White guilt. Seriously, fuck off. I can't help the pigment of my skin any more than the last person. I am kind and loving to everyone regardless of their race, but I am so sick of being told I'm not allowed to be proud of my heritage.

Usually I don’t reblog these at all but…

oh my fucking god you’re kidding right?
Jesus, watch TV or go outside for like 5 minutes or something, the world is all about us white folk

gritmagic:

Did you know that in NYC, without a lease, you are basically your landlord’s bitch? Neither did I. BUT HERE I AM, and here I intend to stay, and no landlord is getting my family out of our dirty, overpriced, falling apart apartment.

Subway spike/screw from Brooklyn

Red Thread

House Key

Broken Mirror

Nickel and Dime (get it…)

Water Caltrop pods from the Hudson River

(please don’t delete my text or the origin of this image)

Photoset: Southern Witch.

Their quiet spot is an empty field and they dance with their feet bare. They sleep to the sounds of creaking rocking chairs and their witch bottles are made with Mason Jars. The red clay that stains their hands works better than cemetery dirt when they feel the need for protection. Their southern charm can draw you in but beware the crossing of a southern witch. Those coy little smiles hide rather sharp tongues and even sharper fangs.

(c) christowitch

arcanemysteries:

Let’s show support to the Tumblr divination community! Those with donation buttons, seasoned professional readers, the newbies, those contemplating getting a Tarot deck, those with more than a hundred, those who consider themselves fortune tellers, psychics, just Tarot readers, divinatory healers, cartomancers, pendulum weavers, rune throwers, and everything in between.

hedgeandherbs:

So I’ve been having a rough time lately. Things are getting a bit better, but we were $300 short last week, and there is a real possibility that our electric will get turned off when the bill comes in. Being in Florida in Summer it easily hits the mid-90’s F and high heat makes me pain, fatigue, and brain fog way way worse. I’m trying to find a job, but it’s difficult.

To try and help I’m dropping the price of tarot readings. Normally I charge $5 on other sites and have Tumblr readings for $4. For the rest of this week and till next Sunday (8/3) they’ll be $3.


You can go here to check out the FAQ about readings and how to get one.

So I’ve been having a rough time lately. Things are getting a bit better, but we were $300 short last week, and there is a real possibility that our electric will get turned off when the bill comes in. Being in Florida in Summer it easily hits the mid-90’s F and high heat makes me pain, fatigue, and brain fog way way worse. I’m trying to find a job, but it’s difficult.

To try and help I’m dropping the price of tarot readings. Normally I charge $5 on other sites and have Tumblr readings for $4. For the rest of this week and till next Sunday (8/3) they’ll be $3.


You can go here to check out the FAQ about readings and how to get one.

witch-shop-directory:

My witchy tumblr is upthewitchypunx. I have been running mail orders for over 15 years and studying witchcraft for over 8 years. Scrapcraft Witchery is a new project to share my witchy creations like Mercury Retrograde protection oil, candles, and charms. I also offer harvested seeds and herbs from my garden and other wildcrafted things. Eventually I’d like to add re-purposed thrift store finds for witches.

victoriousvocabulary:

FATIDICAL

[adjective]

having power to foretell future events; prophetic; fatiloquent.

Etymology: from Latin fātidicus, from fātum, “fate” + dīcere, “to say”.

[Tom Bagshaw - Cassandra]

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