Divination and the Veil Between Worlds

Halloween, or Samhain as it is traditionally known, is an auspicious time of year when the veils between worlds are thin. This means that all manner of supernatural creatures can pass through them to visit Earth - both friendly and unfriendly! Be sure to leave offerings for the spirits of visiting ancestors, and carve a... Continue Reading →

Japanese Folklore: Sakaiminato’s Yōkai Road

Tottori may be Japan's least populated prefecture in terms of people, but if it's yōkai you're counting then it will come out on top. In the city of Sakaiminato, they have taken over the streets with their somewhat disturbing charm. In Japanese folklore, yōkai are mischievous supernatural creatures akin to spirits or demons in Western culture. The... Continue Reading →

Naturally Dyed Eggs For Ostara

With spring arriving, it's almost time to celebrate Ostara and the vernal equinox. This year, it falls on March 20th. The vernal equinox is when night and day are mostly equal, signalling the end of the dark winter nights. Ostara is one of the Pagan sabbats, and takes its name from the goddess Ostara. She is... Continue Reading →

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