Witchy Wonders: Honey

I know that I have not been posting as often as I would like, but I’m super excited to announce the new Witchcraft series I’m starting called ‘Witchy Wonders’. For my very first post, I’m going to be delving deep into the universe of honey. This classic and long-loved sweetener has so many uses and it represents so many things.


The long and rather broad history of honey is actually not as boring as it sounds. Knowing the history of any witchy tool can really help you figure out how it works and how to incorporate it into your craft. In honey’s case, the color really stands out, and oftentimes it is used to represent happiness or prosperity. 

Throughout history, honey has been dubbed ‘of the gods’ and it has also been happily associated with sweet and pleasant things because of its rich, thick flavor. When people had no other kind of sweetener to turn to, honey was their solid rock. Bees thrive nearly everywhere, so it is mentioned in history all over the world. 

Honey began its trek to greatness thousands of years ago, whereas Witchcraft has only been prominently known for around five hundred years. Therefore, it can also be respected for its age and usefulness. 


The color of honey varies depending on the flowers from which the honey has been derived. If a colony of bees gets their flowers in Autumn, the color of their honey will be much darker than we’re typically familiar with. If the flowers bloom in Summer instead of the later months, you’ll see the more infamous shade of yellow/golden syrup. 

With the usual color correspondences, gold stands for wealth, prosperity, abundance, good luck, and fertility. This makes honey perfect for money magic, as well as magic for general abundance. Since honey’s golden shade also represents good luck, an abundance spell done with honey doesn’t have to be super specific because it already brings good luck. For instance, if you were to do an abundance spell that wasn’t super specific without honey (or another good luck ingredient), then it could bring an abundance of sickness or loss or absence of some sort.

If you have access to some darker, autumnal honey, it can be used for earth magic because of its brownish color. Use it for animal magic, earth magic, spring and summer sabbats, and other such forms of Witchcraft. 


Using honey in the kitchen can make superbly delicious food, and it can also aid in Witchcraft. When honey is put into kitchen Witchcraft, you can use it so many ways. Add it to your breakfast in the morning for a happy and pleasant day. Dip fruit in it. Mix it with your favorite herbs. The possibilities are nearly endless, considering how many amazing recipes you can find.

Replacing sugar with honey in a recipe will make it closer to the earth and nature itself. Sugar has been refined and processed, therefore reducing its natural Witchcraft uses. Of course, sugar is still good for many spells, but less ideal for earth and nature magic,


For thousands of years, honey has been widely associated with happiness and pleasant feelings. This is because of its wonderfully sweet and syrupy taste. It leaves behind reminiscent feelings of spring and summer, and it marks the memory of nature and the flourishing earth. 

If you’re ever feeling in need of a sugary treat, make something with honey instead of sugar. It will bring you the same happiness without the unhealthy side effects. 

Honey is absolutely perfect for happiness spells to make things just a little bit better. You can also enchant items for happiness using honey and you can place them around your home to radiate positive vibes all day long. Honey is one of the best resources for witches with depression, anxiety, stress, and any other negative feelings. It can help you feel better when you’re feeling down, and it just makes things cheerful.

Whatever you choose to do with honey, it’s always a great tool to have in your witches’ armoire. Without a doubt, honey is the happiest, golden-est, grandest sweetener available for your magic endeavors. Have fun, and happy bewitching!

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It's Monday

Monday is not entitled to the ruin of my mind
, But she makes me mad and i make up my mind
To make my Mondays bad,
But I can’t help feeling bad for Monday,
Who did nothing to deserve her ruined reputation just because her name
From the Old English Mōnandæg
Meaning ‘day of the moon,’
Which is a translation of late Latin lunae dies ;
Connect with the French lundi
And compare with Dutch maandag and German Montag
Is Monday, aka moon-day, doesn’t deserve your hate just because
You wake up and her face is the first thing you see.
She is the first, the best foot forward,
The moon who comes first after the sun,
But she’s not just the day after Sunday.
Monday is not some sticky piece of gum to rest your work foot in,
Or to cushion your head after a long day of being drunk,
She’s not the ticking clock and rocking back and forth
On a lazy afternoon hammock in the sun so you forget the moon.
The Moon-day is an immortal rhythm, her soft-smooth beats remind you that you
Have a life worth living.
And when she’s full, she wakes you up and fills your heart with water-
She’s a second chance, a fresh start.
Monday makes me mad, but so do second chances …

Originally posted by recked


This makes me so sad, I want to cry. We have to change this. I like to write “boys are beautiful” and “men are amazing” on my posts, why are these always the results that come up? Disgusting.

Boys, you are not dumb, or stupid.

Men, you are not pigs, or gross.

Don’t let Tumblr tell you different

  • skulduggery: what happens to alison if valkyrie gets hurt? i'll have to take care of her!
  • ghastly: or her parents or other family or her more mature friends - but, interesting point, why is this just hitting you now?
  • skulduggery: i don't know i guess i just haven't ever seen her sister. valkyrie never takes her around the sanctuary for some reason
  • skulduggery: *gasp* because of all the magic and danger!
They made us believe that each one of us is the half of an orange, and that life only makes sense when you find that other half. They did not tell us that we were born as whole, and that no one in our lives deserve to carry on his back such responsibility of completing what is missing in us: we grow through life by ourselves. If we have good company it’s just more pleasant.
—  John Lennon