Welcome to Witchipedia's Community Page

Connecting You to the Pagan and Magical Community

You can get regular updates from the Witchipedia by connecting to our Twitter or our Facebook Page.

Kitchen witches are invited to join the conversation at Kitchen Witch Corner, and if you're primarily interested in herbal magick Bloomin' Witches would love to have you and Witchipedia Chat is a general purpose group. We also have a beginner's magick course that takes new members in September. You can send us a message through our Facebook page at any time and we'll add you to the next class.

New Stuff: • Water LilyAuraAphrodisiacBlackberryHollyAreteGrimoireCascarilla powder

Discussion

Join the Conversation (+more)

Latest FAQs

Ask A Question or Answer One!

What's Going On?

The Gregorian Calendar

The Gregorian calendar is the modern calendar widely used throughout the world. It was an improvement upon the previously popular Julian Calendar that was off by 11 minutes causing a drift of about 3 days every 400 years. This drift upset the Christian Liturgical calendar because it caused the Vernal Equinox to fall gradually earlier and earlier, which affected the date of Easter. The Gregorian calendar was adopted by papal bull decreed by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582.

New Moon

The new moon is the first phase of the moon. Traditionally, it occurs when the first waxing crescent of the moon in visible in the sky. Astronomically, it occurs when the moon is the closest to the sun as seen from the Earth. This takes place right in the middle of the dark moon period so the moon is not visible at this time unless there is a solar eclipse when its shadow is visible against the sun.

Divine Astrological Correspondences

Many traditions associate the various planets with specific deities. Below is a chart of suggested associations.

Samhain

Date- October 31 through November 2

Topaz

Topaz is a silicate mineral { Al2SiO4(F,OH)2 or aluminum fluorosilicate }that forms beautiful prismatic crystals. Pure topaz is clear though topaz often contains impurities that cause the brilliant colors we know and love. Precious topaz is orange. Imperial topaz is yellow, pink or pink-orange, Blue topaz is blue, but usually pale. It is often irradiated to darken the blue color. Red and pink topaz are the rarest color varieties of this stone. Mystic topaz is colorless topaz with a layer of titanium to give it an iridescent effect.

(Search tips)

Other Sites

Kitchen Witches: Visit http://www.kitchenwitchcorner.com
Expecting? Visit the Pagan Name Database at http://pagannames.witchipedia.com
Live in Michigan? Visit http://www.paganmichigan.net
Looking for more practical articles? Visit Dawn's personal site and online Grimoire at http://www.sacredhearth.com

Want to Connect?

Find us on Facebook:
Groups: Bloomin' Witches: Wortcunning, Wildcrafting and Garden Magick | Kitchen Witch Corner | Witchipedia's Read Along
Pages: Witchipedia | Kitchen Witchery and the Sacred Hearth

Follow us on Twitter

New Members


How can we improve this section?

Add a New Comment