Blog Archives


*To offer a sacrifice usually through religious practices. A sacrificial offering of atonment. An act of slaughtering a person or animal, surrendering possessions, offerings to deities or spirits. Christ himself was an offering.* *Merriam-Webster/Britannica

Comments Off on Sacrificial

Saging / Smudging / House Cleansing

Sa-ging *Energy is all around us and there are times when spirits or entities may enter our space so impactfully, colliding from one realm to the next. Often this energy can become overwhelming, especially if an energy is malevolent, resulting … Continue reading

Comments Off on Saging / Smudging / House Cleansing


Sow-ein [halloween] *Celtic: meaning ‘End of Summer’ One of the most notable, and sinister, festivals of the calendar year. Originally held on 1st November when it is believed that the Gods were made visible to the living. A time fraught … Continue reading

Comments Off on Samhain


Samyaza – meaning rebellion Samyaza was portrayed in the Book of Enoch as being a fallen angel whose instructed heirarchy was to oversee over 200 fallen angels whilst they mingled on the earth. also known as Ouza, Uzza, Azza, Shemhazai. … Continue reading

Comments Off on Samyaza


san-tə-ˈrē-ə *a religion practiced originally in Cuba in which Yoruba deities are identified with Roman Catholic saints It is believed that to practice Santeria you must offer sacrifices to the spirits to achieve great wealth and success in your personal … Continue reading

Comments Off on Santeria


*devil worship, satanism*. Satanic refers to being of Satan, or worship of Satan. Something described as being satanic denotes it being of Satan himself. One of the very first records of satanism dates back to 1966 when The Church Of Satan … Continue reading

Comments Off on Satanic

Scientific Method

sci·en·tif·ic meth·od/ˈˌsīənˈtifik ˈmeTHəd/ a method of procedure that has characterized natural science since the 17th century, consisting in systematic observation, measurement, and experiment, and the formulation, testing, and modification of hypotheses.”criticism is the backbone of the scientific method” via Oxford Languages

Comments Off on Scientific Method


skrʌɪ *crystal/gazing/divination* Scrying means ‘seeing’ and involves seeking visions and/or messages from spirits for personal guidance in order to fortell the future and is often referred to as a ‘divination’ practice. This practice often involves gazing into mirrors, water, reflective … Continue reading

Comments Off on Scrying


sei-a-ans *A seance is a meeting where people attempt to communicate with spirits of the dead*. The word ‘seance’ is a French word meaning ‘session’. Seances are usually hosted by spirit medium who will lead the procession in contacting spirits, … Continue reading

Comments Off on Seance


pronounced – sir *a person who is supposed to be able, through supernatural insight, to see what the future holds. A seer is an individual who predicts future events. The practice of divination using a glass or crystal ball*. * … Continue reading

Comments Off on Seer