New Mailing List

I see that there are new subscribers to this page, welcome! However, I no longer use this platform.

Come join me over at my new website The Peacock Witch. You can sign up here for the new mailing list.

Here’s a snippet from my latest post, Dancing with the Goddess:

Deity relationships are never the same for anyone. Many times we are the ones to go after and seek out gods and goddesses to work with. Sometimes, though, they come knocking all on their own. When we seek out deity, often we know what we desire to work on, we have some idea of a plan and how to go about getting done what needs doing


Farewell WordPress

Beloved Readers,

I am writing one final post to let you all know that I’m moving. I will no longer be posting new content to this site. I have imported all of my posts (including comments) to the new page, and would love it if you came along too. You can either sign up here, or go to and sign up on the home screen.

It’s been a great run with WordPress over the years, even with my off and on posting habits. However, I’m feeling the call to broaden my horizons – and the only way for me to do that is to take to the skies and fly. I’ll still be writing, though I’m soon going to offer readings and customized spell kits. Big changes are happening.

Much love to you all,

The Peacock Witch

Reflect, Refresh, Renew

Today marks the dark moon, a perfect time for reflection and observance; it’s also a great time to begin new things. Even more auspicious about today is that it’s a solar eclipse, which in and of itself is potent energy. Mystic Medusa says “Stay with it and on the ‘renewal’ vibe and you will get the visionary vibe of this. Muffle, deny, ignore or shut down and it won’t work.” Even if you don’t follow astrology, this shift happening is clearly palpable.

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Pending Ordination

With March around the corner, now is the time when my coven starts to focus on Ordinations. It’s always a joyous time of year, though it’s also the busiest. Between February and March, many of us are lucky to get even 1 day off from having to do a thing. Most of us maintain day jobs, several of us have families, and we all have lots of planning and coordinating around PantheaCon and then Ordination Retreat – not to mention our social lives. So, now that PantheaCon is done and over with, the focus shifts to the next thing.

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PantheaCon, the Aftermath

Settling back into the world post-PantheaCon is a strange and mysterious thing. Every year, new things happen; and every year, I never know how to go forth and spread the happiness that fills my heart. This year was filled with ritual and learning, where in years past it was filled more with lecture and discussion. I’ve experienced so much, and I’m still struggling with the words.

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