Angel Advice and Tarot Advice and a Special Oracle Card Pull for the Week of Monday 7 Oct 2019

For this weeks reading:

Reading for Mon, Oct, 7, 2019

For a site with yummy recipes, Angel advice, tarot card advice, and an oracle card pull, history on more then just witchcraft I strongly suggest my dearest sister’s website ….

The Sliver Sage Witch on NewFound-Life.com

Her website is not that old but it is all chocked full of interesting information. I think she also takes suggestions for posts so she can bring you magickal, spiritual, and non Witchy things as well. I think you will like it enough to want to follower the Silver Sage Witch on a daily bases.

For NewFound-Life’s Youtube channel, which offers a new Angel And Tarot Cards Advice every Monday and than Thursday brings us The Witching Crossroads which bring us information about different paths of The Craft.

Sliver Sage Witch of NewFound-Life Website

 

Once in a while you will even see a post from me on New-FoundLife.com

The Silver Sage Witch is my go to if I do not have time, want a second opinion on a question, or just do not want to do my own Tarot Card Reading. Her reading ability is one of the best tarot card readers I have ever come across. SHe also will do spells and/or rituals by request. If you would like a Tarot Reading or a spell done, etc by Silver Sage Witch click here CharmingMagick.com

Imbolc Food and Feasting

Baked Custard

The word “Imbolc” comes in part from the phrase “ewe’s milk,” so dairy products have become a big part of February celebrations. If you have eggs as well, then you’ve got the makings of custard, the perfect dairy dessert. Baked CustardMore »

Make Your Own Butter

Imbolc is a Sabbat associated with dairy products, so why not make some homemade cream butter? It’s delicious, it’s easy, and it will give your kids (or your friends) something to do while you put together the rest of your Imbolc meal!Make Your Own Butter More »

For more recipes click on this link: http://paganwiccan.about.com/od/imbolccooking/tp/Imbolc-Food-and-Feasting.htm