Witchcrafting with Burdock Root & Leaf

By Slavic Witch

The Witch & Walnut

Burdock is a staple for me and I use a lot of it in my work. I know it can be consumed however that is not what I use it for.

witchcrafting with burdock root & leafWHEN TO FORAGE & HOW TO CLEAN/DRY BURDOCK ROOT

I would say that 90% of the time I forage for burdock root just as the spring has finally brought all the rain and started to warm the earth. This makes pulling out last seasons root easy…. mostly. You can forage for the root once the leaves have started to come up again later in the spring, but those are very… very… difficult to get out and if you are using it for spell work its okay to use last seasons roots. If you are consuming it, its best to forage them in season and dry them out. There is definitely a difference in flavor. Bring a big shovel, water…

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Crypto And The Some … July 17th

Due to extenuating circumstances, Mike Klingler will not be appearing tonight.

Crypto ATS

KDCL Media and And Then Some Again Productions presents Crypto And Then Some … With Special Guest Mike Klinger on Blogtalk Radio Sunday at 9pm EDT. Call in at 845-277-9146.

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A Summer Solstice Sunrise Observance Ritual

By The Druid’s Garden

The Druid's Garden

Summer Solstice Sunrise from the Water Summer Solstice Sunrise Progression from the Water at Yellow Creek State Park on the Summer Solstice 2017

My alarm goes off at 4:00am.  I’m conveniently camping right along the lake shore, after having spent the evening watching the sunset on the eve of the summer solstice with members of our grove. My kayak is ready to launch, and I roll out of my sleeping bag and slip it quietly into the still, dark water. The starry heavens are brilliant in their glory, the moon a crescent low in the sky. But just as I begin to paddle, the first light on the horizon is present. The mists rise up from the lake water–the lake is warm like bath water even though the air itself is much cooler on this summer solstice morning. I paddle through the mist, finding a good spot from which to watch the sun rise. The lake…

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