Legacy of the Witch: A Feminist Festival!

Hey Brooklyn! I am pumped for the 2nd annual Legacy of the Witch: A Slutist Feminist Festival. I will be giving FREE 10 minute Tarot Readings from 7:00-9:00pm. A portion of the proceeds benefit RAINN, the amazing organization to help survivors of rape, abuse and incest. C'mon down and enjoy bands, burlesque, witches, vendors and... Continue Reading →

March Manifestations

MARCH MANIFESTATIONS “Woke up, it was a Chelsea morning, and the first thing that I knew There was milk and toast and honey and a bowl of oranges, too And the sun poured in like butterscotch and stuck to all my senses.” -Joni Mitchell Every March, I continue my yearly tradition of spring-cleaning and with... Continue Reading →

The Two Faces of January

In Roman lore, Janus the god of beginnings and endings whom the month of January is named after had two faces, one reflecting towards the past and the other towards the future. Whatever one chose to do on January 1st marked an omen of what was to come for the year ahead. To this day... Continue Reading →

Yuletide and the Promise of Light

  Merry Christmas, Happy Solstice, Blessed Yule, and a Joyful Saturnalia! What many celebrate as Christmas stems from a festive amalgamation of Pagan lore synthesized with the Nativity story as the conversion of Pagans to Christians, some willing others resisting, took place over thousands of years in Europe. While singing Carol of the Bells at... Continue Reading →

Full Moon in Gemini. Taking stock of your maximum creative potential and fulfillment. The sign of the twins/siblings. Finding integration between your inner selves. Mastery of a Magician being filled with divine inspiration, acting on it, following through and completion. Wit, athleticism, precision and grace. Dear Gemini, your brilliant mind is a thing of beauty

All Hallows’ Eve is upon on this weekend and so begins the uniquely American tradition of “being wicked” for an evening (or an entire weekend) as we are allowed to indulge ourselves with high fructose corn syrup, vampire teeth and pregnant nun costumes. I adore Halloween for it’s mischievous revelry, a night that encourages total... Continue Reading →


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