What is Wicca? Wicca is a very spiritual religion, we find a connection with the energy around us and within us. We work with the elements of nature and celebrate the seasons through the Wheel of the Year which consists of eight Sabbats (holidays) that represent the changing of seasons (the life cycle of the Sun God & Moon Goddess).
The thirteen goals of a Witch are the guidelines that we base our lifestyle. Personally, I feel these are helpful to a Solitary Practitioner because they don’t have covens to tell them the rules or guidelines to live by in that coven. They are helpful to reflect on an assure yourself that you are on the right path.
Self-Care is so important. The saying “you can’t pour from an empty cup” is so true. Especially in witchcraft, you don’t want to perform spells when the energy just isn’t there ✨
A witch circle is a circle drawn or made by a witch as a safe place and energy-channeling cleansed area to perform magick. It acts as a portal to the realm of deities and spirits, as a protection from evil forces, and a sacred area to help you focus. It can be drawn with chalk or charcoal or pencil, built with twigs or rocks, made with salt or rope, or even made with tape. It must be completely closed to work, or evil spirits may be let in and it won't be protective anymore. You can draw or make a pentacle in it if you are pagan or believe in that, or it can just be a simple circle
The term “Mabon” is named after a Celtic sun god of the same name. Mabon or Fall/Autumn Equinox is also called The Second Harvest Festival, this Sabbat is celebrated between September 21-23rd.