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The Witches Moon April 2019 – Spirit Wisdom

April 13, 2019
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Artwork: Lovers Moon – May Esbat & Full Moon Correspondences and Fluorite Book of Shadows Pages
Crystal: Double Terminated Rainbow Fluorite and Selenite Desert Rose
Herbs: 7 Barks and Ginger
Incense: Rose Rope
Magickal Anointing Oil: Bliss
Personalized Oracle Reading: Prosperity card from Magical Times: Empowerment Cards
Sacred Salt: Beltane Celebration
Spell Candle: Wise Guidance
Other Items: Mystical Wisdom Oracle Cards with Pouch, Pythia Ritual Jasmine Tea with Muslin Bag, Parchment Paper

My Thoughts
April’s Witches Moon, Spirit Wisdom, contains a fresh mix of witchy goodness. The past few boxes have contained two Book of Shadows pages and this month is no exception with the Lovers Moon – May Esbat & Full Moon Correspondences and Fluorite artwork. Each piece is detailed with metaphysical information in addition to the lovely imagery.

My personalized oracle reading for April is the Prosperity card. It is interesting that I have received multiple readings centered around this theme.

Included in the Spirit Wisdom box are four items I simply adore: the Mystical Wisdom oracle deck, Pythia ritual jasmine tea, a double terminated rainbow fluorite and a selenite desert rose. The Witches Moon really hit the mark this month!

The Mystical Wisdom oracle deck contains 46 cards and is illustrated by Josephine Wall. I must confess I was nervous we would receive a deck I already owned, so hwrê for this inclusion! Double hwrê because Josephine Wall is one of my favorite artists.

Tea is my blood type. Mostly. Ok, my blood type is A negative, but I do consume an epic amount of loose leaf. Tea in The Witches Moon? Yes, please! The Pythia ritual blend contains a green tea base with jasmine petals. This union is the essence of spring and has an intoxicating aroma of jasmine with a faint hint of anise. Side notes: I recommend brewing with water heated to 165 degrees Fahrenheit. You can steep this tea more than once per serving so save the leaves and enjoy a second infusion.

Fluorite is almost always present on my altar. I love it. Love it. The double terminated rainbow fluorite I received this month is stunning, and yes, I love it. The gradation of colors from emerald green, teal, and muddy purple to lavender, brown, and crystal clear is mesmerizing.

While I am not typically a fan of desert rose, the specimen in my box really resonates with me. I see the shape of a bird’s head in the crystal and it just feels right.

Rounding out the Spirit Wisdom box, and wonderful in their own rights, are the candles, herbs, oil, salt, and incense.

The Wise Guidance spell candles are a bit different this month which is a pleasant change. Instead of a single beeswax candle we received two rolled tapers, with the monthly spell placed in the box on top of the artwork. I’d like to see more of these dual candles in the coming months or perhaps a cluster of tealights.

7 Barks, also known as hydrangea, and ginger are the featured herbs. While 7 barks is new to me, I have received quite a bit of ginger lately. Thankfully it is a good herb to stock due to its medicinal and spiritual properties.

Bliss is an apt name for April’s magickal anointing oil. Containing cedarwood, bergamot, ylang ylang, and lavender oils with St. John’s wort, passion flower, ginger, and echinacea inclusions, this oil is calming and inspiring. Fittingly, this oil is also infused with Comfort magickal oil from The Witches Moon’s personal cabinet of witchery. Blissful indeed!

Earthy and floral, Beltane Celebration sacred salt contains jasmine and rose oils, as well as hawthorn, marigold and rosemary fragments. I feel inclined to use this salt as an offering, along with the bits of twine I have been collecting from the Moon boxes.

I am not a fan of incense but I am intrigued by the ritual rose rope incense. The twisted fibers are tipped with a vibrant rose red color and have a heady floral scent.

Spring is a season of renewal and I certainly feel a renewing energy within the items created for the April box. Change can be good and it is most welcomed with the deviation in the standard elements for the Spirit Wisdom box.

The Witches Moon is a monthly subscription containing high-quality spiritual items crafted around the seasons. The current US price is $54 a month, including shipping.

Disclosure: I am not sponsored by The Witches Moon. All opinions are my own.

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The Witches Moon September 2018 – Celestial Wisdom

September 5, 2018
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Artwork: The Zodiac & Celestial Sky Chart and Mabon Book of Shadows Pages
Crystal: Smokey Quartz
Herbs: The Astral Dance Sacred Smoke Blend, Compass Weed, and Herba John
Incense: Seeker of Knowledge
Magickal Anointing Oil: Starry Wisdom
Personalized Oracle Reading: Receive with Love and Appreciation card from Whispers of Love Oracle Deck
Sacred Salt: Luna Goddess
Spell Candle: The Elder Guides
Other Items: Zodiac Enhancement Sigil, Astrological Oracle Cards with Pouch, Shooting Star Specimen, Parchment Paper

My Thoughts
The Witches Moon for September 2018, Celestial Wisdom, is quite impressive. This month’s box contains two stunning pieces of art: The Zodiac & Celestial Sky Chart and the Mabon Book of Shadows page. Mabon is by far my favorite time of year so I am quite happy to have this page to add to my grimoire. The zodiac enhancement sigil is a stunning but simplistic black and white print that can be colored or adorned if desired and has a blank space in the center to add your own star sign or other relevant mark. As usual, the personalized oracle reading resonates with me. I truly have a hard time accepting anything from others, be it gifts, compliments, or other acts of kindness.

I was ecstatic to receive the Astrological oracle cards this month because I recently saw a review on YouTube for the Barbieri zodiac oracle and wanted to get an oracle for myself. It is almost as if The Witches Moon knows. These cards have silver gilding on the edges and feature Art Nouveau designs. There are 22 cards in the set and a guide book is included.

Another stellar (pun intended) item in the box is the Shooting Star specimen, which is a Campo del Cielo Iron Meteorite. Per The Witches Moon: “This Shooting Star fell from the sky 4,700 years ago, about 1,000 km northwest of Buenos Aires, Argentina. This meteorite is now a protected specimen and can only be harvested with special permission from the government”. You can read more about the meteorites here. I did not own any meteorite specimens so this is an especially nice inclusion.

The candle, herbs, oil, parchment paper, and sacred salt are all amazing in their own rights. I truly appreciate that these items are included in each monthly box as it helps me build up my witchy stash. The magickal anointing oil is especially delightful – it is reminiscent of a mystical snow globe with crystal, foil, glitter, and herb inclusions.

Finally, I feel I must address two disappointments for me this month – the Seeker of Knowledge incense and the smokey quartz. Being a severe asthmatic I freely admit I am not a fan of stick incense, but this month’s selection has an especially off-putting aroma. The scent is overpoweringly soapy and my husband seems to be allergic to it. Moving on to the smokey quartz, I feel bad saying this, but I do not like my crystal this month. Maybe I am being picky, but it just does not resonate with me. Perhaps the universe is trying to tell me something and I should reflect on my impression.

Subscriptions for The Witches Moon are currently closed, but may open again on September 19th or 20th, 2018. I highly recommend this box if you can catch it when subscriptions are available again!

The Witches Moon is a monthly subscription containing high-quality spiritual items crafted around the seasons. The current US price is $54 a month, including shipping.

Disclosure: I am not sponsored by The Witches Moon. All opinions are my own.

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August 20, 2018
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Disclosure: I am not sponsored by The Witches Moon. All opinions are my own.

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The Witches Moon April 2019 – Spirit Wisdom

April 13, 2019
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Artwork: Lovers Moon – May Esbat & Full Moon Correspondences and Fluorite Book of Shadows Pages
Crystal: Double Terminated Rainbow Fluorite and Selenite Desert Rose
Herbs: 7 Barks and Ginger
Incense: Rose Rope
Magickal Anointing Oil: Bliss
Personalized Oracle Reading: Prosperity card from Magical Times: Empowerment Cards
Sacred Salt: Beltane Celebration
Spell Candle: Wise Guidance
Other Items: Mystical Wisdom Oracle Cards with Pouch, Pythia Ritual Jasmine Tea with Muslin Bag, Parchment Paper

My Thoughts
April’s Witches Moon, Spirit Wisdom, contains a fresh mix of witchy goodness. The past few boxes have contained two Book of Shadows pages and this month is no exception with the Lovers Moon – May Esbat & Full Moon Correspondences and Fluorite artwork. Each piece is detailed with metaphysical information in addition to the lovely imagery.

My personalized oracle reading for April is the Prosperity card. It is interesting that I have received multiple readings centered around this theme.

Included in the Spirit Wisdom box are four items I simply adore: the Mystical Wisdom oracle deck, Pythia ritual jasmine tea, a double terminated rainbow fluorite and a selenite desert rose. The Witches Moon really hit the mark this month!

The Mystical Wisdom oracle deck contains 46 cards and is illustrated by Josephine Wall. I must confess I was nervous we would receive a deck I already owned, so hwrê for this inclusion! Double hwrê because Josephine Wall is one of my favorite artists.

Tea is my blood type. Mostly. Ok, my blood type is A negative, but I do consume an epic amount of loose leaf. Tea in The Witches Moon? Yes, please! The Pythia ritual blend contains a green tea base with jasmine petals. This union is the essence of spring and has an intoxicating aroma of jasmine with a faint hint of anise. Side notes: I recommend brewing with water heated to 165 degrees Fahrenheit. You can steep this tea more than once per serving so save the leaves and enjoy a second infusion.

Fluorite is almost always present on my altar. I love it. Love it. The double terminated rainbow fluorite I received this month is stunning, and yes, I love it. The gradation of colors from emerald green, teal, and muddy purple to lavender, brown, and crystal clear is mesmerizing.

While I am not typically a fan of desert rose, the specimen in my box really resonates with me. I see the shape of a bird’s head in the crystal and it just feels right.

Rounding out the Spirit Wisdom box, and wonderful in their own rights, are the candles, herbs, oil, salt, and incense.

The Wise Guidance spell candles are a bit different this month which is a pleasant change. Instead of a single beeswax candle we received two rolled tapers, with the monthly spell placed in the box on top of the artwork. I’d like to see more of these dual candles in the coming months or perhaps a cluster of tealights.

7 Barks, also known as hydrangea, and ginger are the featured herbs. While 7 barks is new to me, I have received quite a bit of ginger lately. Thankfully it is a good herb to stock due to its medicinal and spiritual properties.

Bliss is an apt name for April’s magickal anointing oil. Containing cedarwood, bergamot, ylang ylang, and lavender oils with St. John’s wort, passion flower, ginger, and echinacea inclusions, this oil is calming and inspiring. Fittingly, this oil is also infused with Comfort magickal oil from The Witches Moon’s personal cabinet of witchery. Blissful indeed!

Earthy and floral, Beltane Celebration sacred salt contains jasmine and rose oils, as well as hawthorn, marigold and rosemary fragments. I feel inclined to use this salt as an offering, along with the bits of twine I have been collecting from the Moon boxes.

I am not a fan of incense but I am intrigued by the ritual rose rope incense. The twisted fibers are tipped with a vibrant rose red color and have a heady floral scent.

Spring is a season of renewal and I certainly feel a renewing energy within the items created for the April box. Change can be good and it is most welcomed with the deviation in the standard elements for the Spirit Wisdom box.

The Witches Moon is a monthly subscription containing high-quality spiritual items crafted around the seasons. The current US price is $54 a month, including shipping.

Disclosure: I am not sponsored by The Witches Moon. All opinions are my own.

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The Witches Moon September 2018 – Celestial Wisdom

September 5, 2018
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Artwork: The Zodiac & Celestial Sky Chart and Mabon Book of Shadows Pages
Crystal: Smokey Quartz
Herbs: The Astral Dance Sacred Smoke Blend, Compass Weed, and Herba John
Incense: Seeker of Knowledge
Magickal Anointing Oil: Starry Wisdom
Personalized Oracle Reading: Receive with Love and Appreciation card from Whispers of Love Oracle Deck
Sacred Salt: Luna Goddess
Spell Candle: The Elder Guides
Other Items: Zodiac Enhancement Sigil, Astrological Oracle Cards with Pouch, Shooting Star Specimen, Parchment Paper

My Thoughts
The Witches Moon for September 2018, Celestial Wisdom, is quite impressive. This month’s box contains two stunning pieces of art: The Zodiac & Celestial Sky Chart and the Mabon Book of Shadows page. Mabon is by far my favorite time of year so I am quite happy to have this page to add to my grimoire. The zodiac enhancement sigil is a stunning but simplistic black and white print that can be colored or adorned if desired and has a blank space in the center to add your own star sign or other relevant mark. As usual, the personalized oracle reading resonates with me. I truly have a hard time accepting anything from others, be it gifts, compliments, or other acts of kindness.

I was ecstatic to receive the Astrological oracle cards this month because I recently saw a review on YouTube for the Barbieri zodiac oracle and wanted to get an oracle for myself. It is almost as if The Witches Moon knows. These cards have silver gilding on the edges and feature Art Nouveau designs. There are 22 cards in the set and a guide book is included.

Another stellar (pun intended) item in the box is the Shooting Star specimen, which is a Campo del Cielo Iron Meteorite. Per The Witches Moon: “This Shooting Star fell from the sky 4,700 years ago, about 1,000 km northwest of Buenos Aires, Argentina. This meteorite is now a protected specimen and can only be harvested with special permission from the government”. You can read more about the meteorites here. I did not own any meteorite specimens so this is an especially nice inclusion.

The candle, herbs, oil, parchment paper, and sacred salt are all amazing in their own rights. I truly appreciate that these items are included in each monthly box as it helps me build up my witchy stash. The magickal anointing oil is especially delightful – it is reminiscent of a mystical snow globe with crystal, foil, glitter, and herb inclusions.

Finally, I feel I must address two disappointments for me this month – the Seeker of Knowledge incense and the smokey quartz. Being a severe asthmatic I freely admit I am not a fan of stick incense, but this month’s selection has an especially off-putting aroma. The scent is overpoweringly soapy and my husband seems to be allergic to it. Moving on to the smokey quartz, I feel bad saying this, but I do not like my crystal this month. Maybe I am being picky, but it just does not resonate with me. Perhaps the universe is trying to tell me something and I should reflect on my impression.

Subscriptions for The Witches Moon are currently closed, but may open again on September 19th or 20th, 2018. I highly recommend this box if you can catch it when subscriptions are available again!

The Witches Moon is a monthly subscription containing high-quality spiritual items crafted around the seasons. The current US price is $54 a month, including shipping.

Disclosure: I am not sponsored by The Witches Moon. All opinions are my own.

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The Witches Moon August 2018 – The Goddess Energy

August 20, 2018
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Disclosure: I am not sponsored by The Witches Moon. All opinions are my own.

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The Witches Moon April 2019 – Spirit Wisdom

April 13, 2019
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Artwork: Lovers Moon – May Esbat & Full Moon Correspondences and Fluorite Book of Shadows Pages
Crystal: Double Terminated Rainbow Fluorite and Selenite Desert Rose
Herbs: 7 Barks and Ginger
Incense: Rose Rope
Magickal Anointing Oil: Bliss
Personalized Oracle Reading: Prosperity card from Magical Times: Empowerment Cards
Sacred Salt: Beltane Celebration
Spell Candle: Wise Guidance
Other Items: Mystical Wisdom Oracle Cards with Pouch, Pythia Ritual Jasmine Tea with Muslin Bag, Parchment Paper

My Thoughts
April’s Witches Moon, Spirit Wisdom, contains a fresh mix of witchy goodness. The past few boxes have contained two Book of Shadows pages and this month is no exception with the Lovers Moon – May Esbat & Full Moon Correspondences and Fluorite artwork. Each piece is detailed with metaphysical information in addition to the lovely imagery.

My personalized oracle reading for April is the Prosperity card. It is interesting that I have received multiple readings centered around this theme.

Included in the Spirit Wisdom box are four items I simply adore: the Mystical Wisdom oracle deck, Pythia ritual jasmine tea, a double terminated rainbow fluorite and a selenite desert rose. The Witches Moon really hit the mark this month!

The Mystical Wisdom oracle deck contains 46 cards and is illustrated by Josephine Wall. I must confess I was nervous we would receive a deck I already owned, so hwrê for this inclusion! Double hwrê because Josephine Wall is one of my favorite artists.

Tea is my blood type. Mostly. Ok, my blood type is A negative, but I do consume an epic amount of loose leaf. Tea in The Witches Moon? Yes, please! The Pythia ritual blend contains a green tea base with jasmine petals. This union is the essence of spring and has an intoxicating aroma of jasmine with a faint hint of anise. Side notes: I recommend brewing with water heated to 165 degrees Fahrenheit. You can steep this tea more than once per serving so save the leaves and enjoy a second infusion.

Fluorite is almost always present on my altar. I love it. Love it. The double terminated rainbow fluorite I received this month is stunning, and yes, I love it. The gradation of colors from emerald green, teal, and muddy purple to lavender, brown, and crystal clear is mesmerizing.

While I am not typically a fan of desert rose, the specimen in my box really resonates with me. I see the shape of a bird’s head in the crystal and it just feels right.

Rounding out the Spirit Wisdom box, and wonderful in their own rights, are the candles, herbs, oil, salt, and incense.

The Wise Guidance spell candles are a bit different this month which is a pleasant change. Instead of a single beeswax candle we received two rolled tapers, with the monthly spell placed in the box on top of the artwork. I’d like to see more of these dual candles in the coming months or perhaps a cluster of tealights.

7 Barks, also known as hydrangea, and ginger are the featured herbs. While 7 barks is new to me, I have received quite a bit of ginger lately. Thankfully it is a good herb to stock due to its medicinal and spiritual properties.

Bliss is an apt name for April’s magickal anointing oil. Containing cedarwood, bergamot, ylang ylang, and lavender oils with St. John’s wort, passion flower, ginger, and echinacea inclusions, this oil is calming and inspiring. Fittingly, this oil is also infused with Comfort magickal oil from The Witches Moon’s personal cabinet of witchery. Blissful indeed!

Earthy and floral, Beltane Celebration sacred salt contains jasmine and rose oils, as well as hawthorn, marigold and rosemary fragments. I feel inclined to use this salt as an offering, along with the bits of twine I have been collecting from the Moon boxes.

I am not a fan of incense but I am intrigued by the ritual rose rope incense. The twisted fibers are tipped with a vibrant rose red color and have a heady floral scent.

Spring is a season of renewal and I certainly feel a renewing energy within the items created for the April box. Change can be good and it is most welcomed with the deviation in the standard elements for the Spirit Wisdom box.

The Witches Moon is a monthly subscription containing high-quality spiritual items crafted around the seasons. The current US price is $54 a month, including shipping.

Disclosure: I am not sponsored by The Witches Moon. All opinions are my own.

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The Witches Moon September 2018 – Celestial Wisdom

September 5, 2018
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Artwork: The Zodiac & Celestial Sky Chart and Mabon Book of Shadows Pages
Crystal: Smokey Quartz
Herbs: The Astral Dance Sacred Smoke Blend, Compass Weed, and Herba John
Incense: Seeker of Knowledge
Magickal Anointing Oil: Starry Wisdom
Personalized Oracle Reading: Receive with Love and Appreciation card from Whispers of Love Oracle Deck
Sacred Salt: Luna Goddess
Spell Candle: The Elder Guides
Other Items: Zodiac Enhancement Sigil, Astrological Oracle Cards with Pouch, Shooting Star Specimen, Parchment Paper

My Thoughts
The Witches Moon for September 2018, Celestial Wisdom, is quite impressive. This month’s box contains two stunning pieces of art: The Zodiac & Celestial Sky Chart and the Mabon Book of Shadows page. Mabon is by far my favorite time of year so I am quite happy to have this page to add to my grimoire. The zodiac enhancement sigil is a stunning but simplistic black and white print that can be colored or adorned if desired and has a blank space in the center to add your own star sign or other relevant mark. As usual, the personalized oracle reading resonates with me. I truly have a hard time accepting anything from others, be it gifts, compliments, or other acts of kindness.

I was ecstatic to receive the Astrological oracle cards this month because I recently saw a review on YouTube for the Barbieri zodiac oracle and wanted to get an oracle for myself. It is almost as if The Witches Moon knows. These cards have silver gilding on the edges and feature Art Nouveau designs. There are 22 cards in the set and a guide book is included.

Another stellar (pun intended) item in the box is the Shooting Star specimen, which is a Campo del Cielo Iron Meteorite. Per The Witches Moon: “This Shooting Star fell from the sky 4,700 years ago, about 1,000 km northwest of Buenos Aires, Argentina. This meteorite is now a protected specimen and can only be harvested with special permission from the government”. You can read more about the meteorites here. I did not own any meteorite specimens so this is an especially nice inclusion.

The candle, herbs, oil, parchment paper, and sacred salt are all amazing in their own rights. I truly appreciate that these items are included in each monthly box as it helps me build up my witchy stash. The magickal anointing oil is especially delightful – it is reminiscent of a mystical snow globe with crystal, foil, glitter, and herb inclusions.

Finally, I feel I must address two disappointments for me this month – the Seeker of Knowledge incense and the smokey quartz. Being a severe asthmatic I freely admit I am not a fan of stick incense, but this month’s selection has an especially off-putting aroma. The scent is overpoweringly soapy and my husband seems to be allergic to it. Moving on to the smokey quartz, I feel bad saying this, but I do not like my crystal this month. Maybe I am being picky, but it just does not resonate with me. Perhaps the universe is trying to tell me something and I should reflect on my impression.

Subscriptions for The Witches Moon are currently closed, but may open again on September 19th or 20th, 2018. I highly recommend this box if you can catch it when subscriptions are available again!

The Witches Moon is a monthly subscription containing high-quality spiritual items crafted around the seasons. The current US price is $54 a month, including shipping.

Disclosure: I am not sponsored by The Witches Moon. All opinions are my own.

The Witches Moon September 2018 – Celestial Wisdom

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The Witches Moon August 2018 – The Goddess Energy

August 20, 2018
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Disclosure: I am not sponsored by The Witches Moon. All opinions are my own.

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