Anonymous asked:

Recently we have been getting a lot of rain in my area. Everytime I go outside the rain gets much lighter or stops, but when I am under cover it gets much heavier. I feel as though this could be a message or a way to gety attention, I have always been drawn to water and rain itself. Lately I have been spending a lot of time meditating on my patron/ness god/goddess. Do you know any deities connected to rain/water? I would greatly appreciate it!

thepaganstudygrouppage answered:

Off the top of my head, Poseidon and Amphitrite come to mind. They are the King and Queen of the sea in Hellenic Polytheism.

If you’re into magic/witchcraft some areas I recommend you look into include water witchcraft, sea witchcraft, and storm witchcraft. sea-sorceress, pisceswitch, and castingshells are my go-tos for these areas.




Altoid tin witches travel kit.

I always like to keep certain magical supplies on hand when I’m on the go, but I tend to put a vile in this pocket and a crystal in that pocket and I forget what is where.

Altoid tins make great organizers for when you’re out and about. I’ve also seen many people make travel altars with these for when they are away from home or if they are still in the broom closet.

This kit can be anything that you find is most important to have based in what you do. I’m a stickler for cleansing and protecting my surroundings. So my kit includes:

- Sea Salt
- Dragons Blood Salt
- Rosemary
- Smokey Quartz Crystal
- A wand (one that I made myself using fox bone, clear quartz point, and some tigers eye and fire agate beads)
- A Tea Light and some matches
- A striker for the matches glued to the lid
- Mini bowl made from epoxy clay
- Home made mini runes also made from epoxy clay.

What I love most about this tiny tin is that it can fit into a bag as small as a clutch or even your pocket and you’ll have everything you need.

So have fun and be creative with your kit.


Anonymous asked:

Can you point me to some resources or books on christopaganism and Christian witchcraft please?

thepaganstudygrouppage answered:

For Christopaganism, I recommend reading Christopaganism: An Inclusive Path by Joyce Higginbotham, it’s a great resource! The following bloggers will be able to assist you with specific questions:

beagmactire (christopagan)

christowitch (christian witch)

parvuslamia (christian witch)

chaoticwanderings (christopagan + my personal)

Some awesome links for the Abrahamic witch

This Tag has a lot of research and information that I’ve found useful as a Christopagan. Hope this helps!



Anonymous asked:

Can I ask why you guys deleted some of your Luciferian content? Was there a lot of controversy about it or something?

thepaganstudygrouppage answered:

Anonymous asked:

What do luceferians believe in?

1. If our content has been deleted it usually means that the moderator who posted it removed it themselves for whatever reason. They may have left PSG or they may have decided that the post was poorly written and the topic deserved better coverage. Additionally, during the creation of SYL a lot of posts were taken from here and placed upon that blog for people to look at in a resource blog format. This transfer was under the direction of SYL’s owner and admin.

2. The main post that we still seem to have was written by our moderator WrathfulCalm/LavenderWrath. We have this information remaining from it:

Blogs to Check Out

Books to Check Out

  • The Bible
  • Luciferian Goetia by Michael Ford
  • Ars Goetia by Mathers (For interesting side info)
  • Book of Enoch
  • Angels: An Endangered Species by Malcom Godwin (about angels)
  • The Lucifer Principle by Howard Bloom (science book, interesting read)
  • Convivium by Andrew E. Maugham.

Luciferianism is different for everyone, as is demonstrated by the vast majority of people in the tumblr community. I am a Theistic Luciferian, meaning I believe in the existence of Lucifer and have chosen to follow him as my god. This may be different for you, and it is a part of the path to figure out what you believe for yourself. Below are a few more things which my own personal path includes:

A large component of what I do in my faith is apotheosis. Some liken this to becoming your own god, and others believe it simply means being the best version of yourself that you can be. In essence, a form of self-realization. I spend a lot of time battling with my own mind and trying to work through personal problems, so they won’t bother me anymore and so I can become, what I consider, a better person.

And also I consider a large part of my path to be reading, researching, and asking difficult questions. This can take some time and is often very uncomfortable, but I find it has many rewards. I’ve found I rather like figuring out the truth for myself




Anonymous asked:

are there curses to use against an abuser, specifically emotional abusers? an ex of mine has hurt me and many, many other people and i can't bare to see it happen again.

Anonymous asked:

Hi! Last year I spent a couple of months researching Wicca, witchcraft, and pagan related stuff but since then things had improved and I didn't do very good research to begin with. I was wondering if you could help me with some links or tips to beginner knowledge? Im not sure what exactly I'm interested in, I just know that I'm intrigued by it all. Thank you in advance! xx

thepaganstudygrouppage answered:


  • A Pagan Primer — For Those New to Paganism
  • Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-Centered Religions by River Higginbotham and Joyce Higginbotham
  • Pagan Spirituality: A Guide to Personal Transfomation by River Higginbotham and Joyce Higginbotham
  • Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers, and Other Pagans in America by Margot Adler
  • Connecting to the Power of Nature by Joe H. Slate
  • Exploring the Pagan Path: Wisdom from the Elders (a collection of articles, essays and general commentary from various pagan authors)
  • ChristoPaganism: An Inclusive Path by River Higginbotham and Joyce Higginbotham


  • Wicca for the Rest of Us
  • Wicca Resources
  • Wicca for Beginners by Thea Sabin
  • Witchcraft Today by Gerald Gardner (the founder of Wicca)
  • The Meaning of Witchcraft by Gerald Gardner
  • The Spiral Dance by Starhawk (most recent edition only, old editions have inaccurate info that has since been updated)

Witchcraft (non-Wiccan)

  • Encyclopedia of 5,000 Spells by Judika Illes
  • Crone’s Book of Charms & Spells by Valerie Worth
  • Witchcraft: a History by P.G. Maxwell-Stuart
  • Mrs. B’s Guide to Household Witchery by Kris Bradley
  • Candle Magic for Beginners by Richard Webster
  • Master Book of Candle Burning by Henry Gamache
  • Non-Wiccan Witchcraft Reading List

Witchcraft by Type

Perhaps these might aid you. (List credit to natural-magics.)

My advice for beginning with anything like this is to research as much as you can, read all you can, but also follow your heart. Respect the religions, and ensure what you’re practicing is right for you.