The Luckiest Month – March

I love the month of March! Here in da bayou, spring is on the way. March means the hard freezes are a thing of the past, green shoots start popping up everywhere, the bees return to the wildflowers that start carpeting lawns and meadows, and the birds sing like there’s no tomorrow.  Soon, all theContinue reading “The Luckiest Month – March”

Money Lamps

Here at Inexplicable Things, we are often asked what the best way is to keep prosperity coming your way, without having to constantly burn money-drawing candles. Two words: Money Lamp When you want to bring money and prosperity in, but you really cannot afford to constantly be lighting money-drawing candles, a money lamp is a greatContinue reading “Money Lamps”

Recommended Reading

I wrote a blog about 2 years ago, that offered a good variety of suggestions for reading up on conjure.  I recently went back over that list, made some tweaks and edits, adding a few titles here and there. Many of these books are also found on the suggested reading lists of other practitioners –Continue reading “Recommended Reading”

My Spell Didn’t Work . . .

What happens when you find a spell that seems to fit your needs to a tee. You collect all the components, you learn the words, you mix and blend, dress and anoint, you light the candles, you put it all out there . . . And you wait – And you wait some more –Continue reading “My Spell Didn’t Work . . .”

Reuse – Recycle – Repurpose Conjures

In this day and age, it’s paramount to reuse, recycle and repurpose. One thing that pops up in spell work, is the question of what do you do with spell components once you have completed the work. For years, it has been a topic of discussion – some you bury, some you toss in water,Continue reading “Reuse – Recycle – Repurpose Conjures”

Honey Jar, anyone?

In light of recent social media rants about the ineffectiveness of some of the more uncomplicated ways of performing conjure, I felt the need to re-approach the subject from a Swamp Witch’s perspective. Now, my perspective isn’t the end all, be all – but it’s the way I see things, as well as my reasonsContinue reading “Honey Jar, anyone?”

Garlic & Onions in the Pantry

Garlic is so awesome! It’s sacred to Hekate – and you see it a lot at crossroads! It is THE perfect protection herb. Carried on your person, it is said to protect from monsters, evil eye, storms, depression and magickal attack. In your home or business is protects from disease, ghosts, robbery, etc. It canContinue reading “Garlic & Onions in the Pantry”

When a Candle isn’t a Candle!

Conjure workers, root doctors, and Swamp Witch’s alike, use candles. In fact, most spiritual paths use candles in some form or fashion. I won’t speak on all the other paths, but I can tell you, chere, that in Swamp Conjure, a candle is considered a tool. This particular tool is used to help focus yourContinue reading “When a Candle isn’t a Candle!”

Behind the Mask . . .

Let’s face it – most of us have been hurt in some form or fashion by someone we really cared about. That’s life – it happens to the best of us. But occasionally, we are unfortunate enough to care about a drama queen (or king). I’m not talking typical drama either – I mean theContinue reading “Behind the Mask . . .”

‘Severance Package’ Ritual Offering

February 14 – Conjures up images of baby cupids in diapers, arrows with heart-shaped tips, and little hearts floating over couples’ heads. But what about those of us that are Anti-Valentine’s Day? Valentine’s Day isn’t all about love… or a diaper-clad baby shooting arrows at people… it’s also about those that can’t get rid ofContinue reading “‘Severance Package’ Ritual Offering”