Author: Ancestral Earth Medicine



Beltane {Fantasy} Feast

So I did this for the others (

Imbolc, Ostara, Litha, Lughnasadth, Mabon, SamhainYule

) so I will continue the tradition of creating dream feasts for every sabbat. One day I will have the money to do this.. one day.. I can fulfill my dreams of being a pagan martha stewart..

Roasted Red Beet Hummus
Radish Tartines
(This one is delicious with smoked Salmon)
Spring Rolls with Pansies*
Radish Flowers

White Asparagus
Red Cabbage Salad with Pistachios

Duck with Red Cabbage 
The picture features Pork but I would choose Chicken or Duck
Artichokes with Dip

Flower Pot Cookie Crumble Cake
Rose Buttercream Cream Cake
Mushroom Meringues (recipe)
French Almond Lavender Cake with Lemon Glaze
Chocolate Violet Flower Cake

Rose Tea
Fairy Floss Cocktail
Lilac Lemon Fizz

Here’s a post of my personal correspondences and my environment around this time of year and what’s in season (which prompted me to choose the foods I chose).

Wreath, Rose Candles, Blue Mushrooms, Radish Flowers, Tablescape, Roses, Table Setup, Purple Paper Wisteria Decoration, Fairy Statue, Fox Glove, Drink Gif
*Sorry I searched and searched and can’t find the recipe. 




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My Witchy Origin Story

I grew up in a very open, very liberal family. Free expression was a big part of my upbringing, but we went to church every once in a while. My great grandmother (who was like my grandmother) was Catholic turned Methodist and incredibly spiritual, but even she was open to the mystical from time to time. At a young age I had been interested in witchcraft, but peer pressure from one of my best friends made me feel like I should keep my feelings secret. So I decided to let go of my attraction to witchcraft for a little while.

Years later when I was around 12 years old, and me and my mother started going to church. I got really into my faith and thought about it constantly. That same year, I went to camp putok, a Native American centered overnight camp where I learned a lot about different Native American cultures. This camp tended to attack witches and those that followed wicca due to the nature centered nature of the camp. In my cabin, there were 2 wiccans, both named Kat (Of course); one a black girl with long hair who was interested in spirit magic and the other a tall linky redhead who was more into nature.

While at camp putok, I learned a lot about wicca and magic. While there black kat brought out a Ouija board, so we could talk to a ghost that was in love with her (at the time I thought it was all fake). Of course as an Aries, I couldn’t believe the ghost thought she was prettier than me lol. I also got close to red kat, she would tell me about how wiccans felt about nature and about the goddess, it all sounded so perfect for me. One day we sat in the rocking chairs on the porch of our meeting area, overlooking the trees. It happened to be raining that day, but the air was still warm. We began talking about wicca as we tended to do.

I asked her, “Is it possible to be a wiccan and still believe in jesus?”

At the moment the wind picked up, just enough to blow our hair around and she said, “It is possible, but it could be difficult because of how Christians view wiccans.”

At that moment I felt like I had a decision to make. I felt like I had to choose which life I would follow. And at that moment, I chose society.

Years later, I met my current fiance and we trotted into wokeness together. Of course he was first, being a Gemini, however, it didn’t take much for me to come up to speed. There came a time when Christianity started to feel foreign to me. I still believe in Jesus, but me and Christianity had been growing apart for a long time. I had gotten into yoga, learned about the Dalai lama and the practice of Buddhism. I started teaching yoga and learning about crystals and herbalism. I finally came across a store that contain all that I had learned about from yoga to witchcraft. It was such a positive space with so many different people. I started teaching yoga there and met the most interesting friends, the most interesting witches.

There I bought goddess Oracle cards, where I came across Yemaya and became absolutely intrigued, even though I had never heard of her. At the same time I found the witchblr community. I started learning about witchcraft and the religion of my ancestors, but I was still not ready to call myself witch. I later met my friend, who after talking to a psychic found out she was a powerful witch. After being slightly freaked out for 3 days she decided to dive into witchcraft and I went in after her. It was like it had always been calling my name and this time I decided to answer.

That’s my origin story.



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I nearly scrolled past, but I got nervous

👆🏾 that part👆🏾


May have to leave my job…

So that means its time to full court press my dream jobs! Let’s do it!

This is my website! I can make magical oils, as well as, specific oils for healing and the like. I can also send you personal tinctures and lotions!


A word, that I completely made, but also kinda stumbled upon. I got tired of calling myself a mermaid, when I am obviously not. I thought to myself, “there has to be a word for people who are clearly humans, but have some sort of tie with ocean.” My friend suggested mer gals and then mergail came to me. This is a completely real thing, but the word is new, as far as I am concerned. So this is what I have come up with…


Mergail: A person whose soul is tied with the ocean, so much so, that they are hurt by being away from the ocean for too long. These people have often been ocean spirits, mermaids, selkies, etc, in a past life. They have connection with the sea, even when they weren’t born near the sea or around it. Mergails aren’t ocean specific, but prefer natural bodies of water to swimming pools or man-made beaches.

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Emotional abilities

So I realized that there is a sector of powers that I never thought of. I realized a lot of my personal power is emotional. Not necessarily influenced by my emotions, but emotions are used to increase the power of the spell or objects I magically enhance. So being an emotional witch isn’t usually on purpose (though it can be), but more of an ability. Most of these fall under clairsentient, but they are in a way separate.


Clairsentient: those with the ability to use their feelings for psychic ability. Usually includes many versions of emotional abilities. Also includes the ability to use feelings to know what others are doing or where they are.

Emotional transferance: those who use objects or food or touch to make someone feel better or change their mood. This does not include changing the surrounding environment.

Emotional action: those who inspire emotions based of movements or actions, like dancers or singers. A person like this could wink and inspire joy.

Emotional auras: those who can change the entire energy of a room. They are able to project their emotion and influence the emotions of those around them. This could be negative or positive emotions.

Empath: someone who is able to feel the emotions of those around them. Mostly difficult to control.

Emotional absorption: those that eat others emotions. They make take away a negative emotion by absorbing it into themselves or a positive one.

If you have more feel free to add them. This is just a few I could think of.

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Now I can actually talk to people!!!

Slightly different. I added a k! At some point I’d like to get rid of my other blog!