Kitchen Lore

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Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a hardy perennial member of the family Apiaceae (carrots) that is used for food, medicine, and perfumery. Its flower heads are yellow umbels which give way to fragrant…

Often, after we’ve finished a spell, we find ourselves with candle ends and ashes, incense sticks and bits of herbs and maybe even some gross liquids. The question of what…

Casting a spell creates an energetic atmosphere that encourages the success of your goal. Whether you acquire a spell written by someone else, or you create your own spell, there…

Protection spells are spells designed to protect an individual or a group, an object or an area from harm. Often the specific type of harm: psychic or emotional harm, theft,…

The word altar has varying definitions in different contexts. In the context of Witchcraft, an altar is generally a Witch’s workspace. A witch’s altar serves as a focal point for…

Job’s Tears is the grain of the grass-like plant, Coix lacryma-jobi also known as adlay, adlay millet, coix seed, tear grass. The wild variety of the species, Coix lacryma-jobi var. lacryma-jobi, produces…

Scott Cunningham was born in Royal Oak, Michigan on June 27, 1956. He moved to San Diego, California when he was quite young and remained there until his passing in…

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