Sophia Burns on the implications and context of Sephora's "starter witch kit"
Two rituals against the prison system. Distribute widely.
Folk magic belongs to the poor and dispossessed wherever that may be. It doesn't belong to any one people, isn't black magic or white magic. It's magic for the everyday. It's the magic of the people.
A meditation on breathing as participation in a vast realm of beings who are imperilled by the smoke of the Anthropocene.
Tonight, they follow their queen once again, to free those stolen from their homeland, imprisoned and put to work in the brutal plantations, treated worse than animals. Queen Nanny of the Maroons; spiritual leader, military strategist and chief. Obeah woman.
A poem from Chloe Goodwin
Magic has been variously described over the years. For our purposes, let’s say it is the raising of energy and directing it toward a goal, to create change in accordance […]
The second part of Rhyd Wildermuth's presentation on Empire, Witchcraft, and Resistance