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We Asked IRL Witches for Their Most Spellbinding Sex and Love Advice By Jaya Saxena

Witchcraft has long been associated with sex. From Aleister Crowley’s use of sex magic to the obviously phallic broomstick imagery, the occult has long “occupie[d] a vital place within the history of sexuality,” according to the study Witchcraft and Sexual Knowledge in Early Modern England.

In the 17th century, for instance, the Puritan image of a witch was that of a seductress. “The Puritans believed women at heart were wonton sexual beings who could lead men astray,” Sean Purdy, the author of a study of the Salem Witch Trials, wrote. “Because the devil encouraged such sexuality, the devil could use this weakness to gain control over women and thereby men.” Women accused of witchcraft were also often unlicensed doctors and healers, serving as midwives or secretly mixing medicines to aid in birth control and abortions.

From left: a 1508 frontispiece depiction of a witch, Albrecht Durer’s 1497 engraving “The Four Witches”Wikimedia Commons

But even though both the occult and open expression of female sexuality have historically been considered taboo, we can learn a lot from witches about sex. Divorced from the boundaries of acceptable and unacceptable sexual behaviors set by the government or the church, witches have been forced to establish their own set of sexual norms, making them some of the most sexually open-minded and adventurous people around.

Today, there’s a thriving community of modern-day witches, who still embrace these ideas of bodily autonomy and acceptance — ideas that we would all do well to embrace, regardless of whether we practice witchcraft or not. So in honor of Halloween, Mic spoke to witches to find out how we can bring a little bit of black magic into our sex lives.

Discover your practice. Today’s witchcraft is not one of bubbling cauldrons and black cats or even one of any specific doctrine. Instead, it’s mostly about channeling one’s

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Be a helper, please!

A Simple Love Spell

Hello to you!

I’ve made a simple love spell for you and I think you’ll find that it works very well.  Not only is this for bringing love to you, it’s also to help spark up the relationship you may already have!  Good luck to you. Enjoy!

The Silver Sage Witch of

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A Magickal Strawberry Love Spell

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This is a simple, strawberry love spells that I created, and I want to share it with you! If you already have the love of your life (I’m so glad for you!), just change the words of the spell to enhance your loving relationship. Remember, never take the free will of another by using their specific name or seeing their face as you do the spell, if you are bringing love to you.

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May goodness, laughter, and peace and good health fill your lives,
The Silver Sage Witch of Witchcraftandmore.com

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See and hear me for I am not a sheep, therefore, the “lord” cannot be my shepherd!

Practicing as a Solitary Wiccan or Pagan by Patti Wigington

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Many Pagans prefer to practice as solitaries rather than in groups. Astronaut Images/Caiaimage/Getty Images

Many contemporary Wiccans and other Pagans find that rather than joining a group, they prefer practicing as a solitary. The reasons for this as are as varied as those who walk the path – some may find that they work better by themselves, while others who wish to join a coven may be limited by geography or family and job obligations.

Covens vs. Solitaries

For some people, it’s hard to make the decision to practice as a solitary. For others, it’s a no-brainer. Both methods have their benefits, and you can always change your mind if you find that one isn’t working for you. Some of the advantages of practicing as a solitary Pagan include setting your own schedule, working at your own pace, and not having to deal with the dynamics of coven relationships. The downside, of course, is that you’re working alone, and at some point, you may find yourself wishing you had someone to tell you where to go and what to do next in order to expand your knowledge.

Regardless, there are a number of things to keep in mind if you’re considering – or have already found your way to – a path as a solitary Wiccan or Pagan. Here are five practical tips to help you on your way to successful solitary practice.

    1. Try to establish a daily routine. It’s easy to let your studies go by the wayside if you’re all by yourself, so establishing a daily routine will help you keep on task. Whether your routine includes meditation, reading, ritual work, or whatever, try to do something each day that helps you work towards achieving your spiritual studies.
    2. Write things down. Many people choose to keep a Book of Shadows, or BOS, to chronicle their magical studies. This is important for a variety of reasons. First, it allows you to document what you’ve tried and done, as well as what works and doesn’t work for you. Secondly, by writing down your rituals, prayers, or spellwork, you’re laying the foundation for your tradition. You can go back and repeat things that you find to be useful later one. Finally, it’s important to keep track of what you do magically and spiritually because as people, we evolve. The person you are now is not the same person you were ten years ago, and it’s healthy for us to be able to look back and see where we were, and how far we’ve come.
    1. Get out and meet people. Just because you’ve chosen to practice as a solitary doesn’t mean you should never come into contact with other Pagans or Wiccans. Most metropolitan areas — and a lot of smaller communities — have informal Pagan groups that get together regularly. This offers solitaries a chance to network and chat with each other, without having to form specific organized groups. Take advantage online resources to see what’s in your area. If there’s nothing around you, consider starting a study group of your own for like-minded folks.
    2. Ask questions. Let’s face it, we all need to start somewhere. If you read or hear something and you want to know more about it, ask. If something isn’t clear or contradicts something you’ve already read, ask. Don’t accept everything at face value, and remember that just because one person had a particular experience doesn’t mean that you’ll have an identical experience. Also, keep in mind that just because you read something in a book doesn’t necessarily mean it’s valid — learn to ask whether a resource is worth using or not. Don’t be afraid to be a skeptic sometimes.
  1. Don’t ever stop learning. Ask other people in the Pagan community—either online or in real life—for recommendations about books and other resources. If you

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