Are you looking for other Christian witches? This list may be a good place to start. This list was originally started by phoenyxwitch, for which I am very grateful.
This list is set up a little differently than its predecessor. Everyone who has sent their name in has been listed alphabetically with a link to their blog. Next to their name is what they identify as – for example, “username (witch, catholic)”.
Note: not everyone who is listed here is a witch, despite the name which was chosen for visibility. If you identify anywhere under the big “witchcraft umbrella”, but don’t necessarily practice witchcraft, you’re welcome here too.
If you are interested in being added or removed from this list, send me an ask or a message!
PRAYING-WITH-PROPS IS DOING THEIR FIRST GIVEAWAY!!
•A small book of different Monet paintings
•Two organza bags (one purple, one green)
•Six small candles (black, red, yellow, green, dark blue, violet)
•A small spell vial to promote good dreams and restful sleep (I suggest pinning it inside you pillow)
•Two empty small spell vials (I can either create two more spell vials or send empty, up to you.)
•A medium spell vial, full of dried blue flower petals. I honestly am unsure the flower, I have always used them to help with anxiety, as is the point of this vial.
•Three mini jars with crystal chips (labeled on the bottom)
•Assorted crystals (A list will be included when shipped)
•5 personalized sigils (not shown)
•A special gift
•It is to celebrate my 200+ followers, so you mbf me (praying-with-props)
•You can unfollow me once it’s over but that’d be a shame because I run a pretty snazzy blog
•This is in no way affiliated with tumblr.com or any other user, it is my giveaway
•Do not tag as anything ‘giveaway’ related or tumblr might take it down
•Reblog as many times as you like, but keep it to 1 per day as to not spam your followers
•Likes don’t count as an entry
•US residents only. I’m sorry but shipping is expensive and I am a broke college student
•Rules can be altered as I see fit
•The giveaway will run until August 10 and must get at least 100 notes.
•the winner will be picked with a random number generator
•I am hoping to give this stuff away to another person who practices witchcraft.
•It’s not a requirement- it’s just what I was hoping for.
GOOD LUCK 💫
Some links that have various Abrahamic charms, spells, rituals, etc and that talk about such things as Cunning Folk, Fairy Doctors, and others who practice witchcraft in the name of such religions as Christianity and Judaism
It’s the first time you are hearing about Christian craft and it seems so foreign to you. How can such contradictory things be part of a worship, you ask. How can you be a God-fearing Christian and a witch?
What is witchcraft?
Witchcraft is a practice that can include shaping energy and interacting with the spiritual world. No witch uses witchcraft in exactly the same way. Some use it for healing, some for divination, some for cursing, etc. Many use it to worship their deities and cultivate a relationship with them, but not all. Some are secular and do not work with deities. Some have relations with deities but do not incorporate them into their craft. A witch’s spirituality is not intrinsically tied to their craft. Alternatively, witchcraft is not a religion, but a practice. It can be an expression of a religion, but it is by nature non-religious.
I am a green witch. That means I use creation, particularly plants, in order to perform my spells. Green witches use the energy stored within creation in order to create effects.
We know God has invested power in creation because of the story of Cain and Abel. It is the ground that seems to convict Cain for his crimes. Before Cain killed his brother, the ground gave him strength.
And the Lord said, “What have you done? Listen; your brother’s blood is crying out to me from the ground! And now you are cursed from the ground, which has opened its mouth to receive your brother’s blood from your hand. When you till the ground, it will no longer yield to you its strength; you will be a fugitive and a wanderer on the earth.”
Consider also that if humans do not worship God creation must cry out to Him.
But he answered them, “I tell you that if they keep quiet, the stones will shout!”
The power is there. Is it wrong to learn to use it? On the contrary, I find it to be an interesting way to study God. By knowing His creation, I come to know Him better.
Also note that when Jesus was confronted with magick (albeit, religious magick) he did nothing to condemn it. In the story of the healing at the pool Jesus heals a man who is waiting at a magick pool. Whenever the water was stirred it was supposed to be because an angel came and touched it. Whoever jumped into the pool first was supposed to be healed. (I’m assuming it worked, at least in part, for all of these people to be waiting so eagerly for their chance to jump in. The man in question had waited there for a long time and had missed many chances because he couldn’t move.)
Now in Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate there is a pool, called in Hebrew Beth-zatha, which has five porticoes. In these lay many invalids—blind, lame, and paralyzed, waiting for the stirring of the water; for an angel of the Lord went down at certain seasons into the pool, and stirred up the water; whoever stepped in first after the stirring of the water was made well from whatever disease that person had.
If Jesus didn’t have an issue, then maybe we shouldn’t. I think Christian witches need to be judicious in what they practice. I think baneful magick is iffy at best. Jesus wasn’t baneful, so neither should we be. That being said, bindings and curses do not have to be baneful.
You can read more about my personal path on my FAQ. You can find book suggestions on my Books and Resources page.
What about Christopaganism?
That really isn’t my area of expertise. The Bible is clear that there are other spiritual forces in the world and God Himself refers to them as gods!
For that night, I will pass through the land of Egypt and kill all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both men and animals; and I will execute judgment against all the gods of Egypt; I am Adonai.
Do they exist? Yes! Should you have a relation with them and how should you go about balancing your time spent with each deity? You would have to ask a Christopagan yourself.
It’s important to note that not all Christopagans are witches. Not all Christopagans work with other pantheons either, some preferring to work within the Abrahamic faith. Please do not assume anything and approach them respectfully.
I don’t know, because I do not know your relationship with God or the core motivations you have for pursuing craft. Being a Christian witch is about using craft to express your relationship with God. It is to help you draw closer to Him by experiencing Him through magick. It can also cause you to be an asset to other Christians and to this world. You can work magick for those in need.
You can be a Christian and a witch without being a Christian witch as well. You would simply be a practitioner who does not incorporate God into your magick. If you do work with other deities, it will be important that you keep a strict balance and healthy understanding of who these forces are to you in your magick. It will be a difficult road to navigate f you are trusting other forces for your power yet truly putting your faith in God, and perhaps impossible for you without falling into temptation.
Healthy Christian Craft is an article I wrote explaining some common ways in which craft can become unhealthy for a Christian. Remember, this path has as many temptations as any other, but the Christian community offers much less support than with other forms of worship. You will have to constantly be realigning your will with God’s will so that you will not fall into sin. You may also want to follow my meditations and work through them in order to come to a conclusion. This is a decision that takes a lot of reflection and soul searching. Christian witchcraft should not be approached lightly.
Need help losing weight? Here’s a little spell I thought up
What you need:
Your sweat (seriously)
A white candle
Do whatever you are physically able to do to work up any kind of sweat.
By doing the physical activity of your choice you are building up energy.
When you are finished, wipe off your sweat and use it to dress your candle. Essentially you’re wiping your sweat on the candle. By doing this, you’re adding your physical energy to it.
Burn the candle
Envision yourself losing the weight as you meditate on the flame
“Inch by inch
off my waist,
pound by pound
I will lose.”
Substitute the unit of measurement as needed.
End the spell with:
“(In deities’ name/As I will it) it will be done”
Let the candle burn out.
Then treat yourself to a healthy snack! Exercise as often as you can, and within your ability to do so. Don’t push yourself beyond your limit. Continue to eat your recommended amount of meals per day, please don’t starve yourself.
I just did this today and had a great experience with it and I’d thought I’d share for anyone who might want to make one.
Prayer jars go great on an altar or work place and can keep you connected to your family and loved ones. Draw a name and send love and good intentions to anyone who might be needing it!
You will need:
something to write names on (i used coffee stirrers, but you can use whatever you want)
anything to decorate your jar with!
This was a really basic/loose-ended thing I did, because I prefer to go with the flow when it comes to magick and energy work, but you can make it as structured and formal an event as you want, write your own words, etcetera.
Cleanse your jar however you choose. For this one I just washed it in the sink because it had some leftover tea in it >.< and said a quick prayer to cast out any lingering energy.
Write out the names of your friends and loved ones onto the coffee sticks or pieces of paper. Set them aside, we’ll put them in later!
Now it’s time to decorate your jar. Do whatever is meaningful to you–your jar is full of your intention and is therefore completely unique! I used some craft supplies I had lying around to spruce it up a little bit and match the aesthetic of my tiny little dorm-room altar. Fill the base of your jar with something you think will help guide your hand to whoever needs your prayer. I used some pretty fabric and a mixture of amethyst and moonstone chips and other crystal pieces I had with no other current use. Ask their energies to help cradle your jar and guide your hand at the proper moment.
At this point I said another quick prayer over my jar and raised my energy as much as I could, charging it with my love. Then I went to the names and began putting them into my jar one by one, saying,
“(Name), I am praying for you.”
Try to go in no particular order so the names get shuffled around a bit. This part became a much more spiritual experience than I was anticipating. Don’t be surprised if your emotions and memories surrounding the people begin to stir up. Enjoy the experience and whatever happens, take it as a sign your prayers will be meaningful!
After all the names were in, I said ONE MORE prayer for my jar and just rested in the love that I felt pouring into the room. I tried to direct as much as possible into my jar. After this experience, my vibration skyrocketed. I felt energized, and also full of happiness, peace, and unconditional love. I hope you have a similar experience while making your jar!
Place it somewhere your family and friends will be in your thoughts. Whenever you’re feeling like it, draw a name and meditate on the person and what they might be going through. Send them your love and whatever else you think they might need for a little energy boost. If you pray to certain deities, perhaps ask them or your guides to help you and watch over that person.
check your grimoire/book of shadows: you don’t have to necessarily add anything to it, but go through it. if yours is physical, run your hands over its pages. press your intentions for it with the tips of your fingers. if you have a digital copy, like i do, you can still press your intentions into it; it just may not be as literal as with a physical copy. just take a moment to appreciate all the work you’ve put into this thing that is entirely yours.
make a list of all the things you want to research. you don’t have to go ahead and research them. just keep a running list of things you may want to include in your grimoire or book of shadows at some point. my list includes adding a section on my god, angels, and saints, as well as fleshing out my correspondence tables and creating a section for prayers.
make a list of all the things you want to add to your witchcraft collection. this could be things that you want to buy, things you want to find, whatever. this could be tools you want to incorporate into your practice, that tarot deck you’ve been eyeing, plant clippings - whatever. make your witchy wish list and tuck it somewhere safe, but somewhere you’ll remember to check.
make a list of your goals. where do you want to be in your practice? what do you want to achieve? what is the point you’re trying to reach? i like to set big goals and tiny goals and tiny goals that feel big. a tiny goal that felt big to me: writing my first spell. another goal could be making sigils on a regular basis. it could be adding something to your grimoire or book of shadows each week. give yourself tiny goals that work their way up to your bigger goals.
do something to honor your god(s). light a candle, say a prayer, whatever. it doesn’t have to be big or elaborate. we don’t always have the energy for those types of things and that’s okay!
do something kind for yourself. every list i ever write is going to include this. when you don’t have the energy for anything else, do something kind for yourself. take that bath. lay in that bed. take a nap. you can start again tomorrow, it’s okay. and if you still don’t have the energy tomorrow, don’t get down on yourself. you matter, you’re worth it.