Tarot through the Ages
The original Cat Woman
Celebrate 13 Moons!
Cast Iron Easy Prep, Seasoning and Care
Cleanse and Charge Your Stones by the Sea, the Moon and Plant energies.
Grab a Broom, Tonight we Ride!
Whimsical yet serious in their power -
Get your "Witch" on and honor your inner witch!
Happy (almost!) spring,
Are you hoping that old Groundhog was right and that an early spring is coming? We sure wouldn't mind seeing the sun a little more. Well, if your green thumbs have been itching to get back to the soil, then it’s a sure sign the wheel of the year continues to turn and Ostara is on the way!
Season's greetings to all,
As the wheel of the year winds down to Samhain, we wanted to send you our best wishes for a beautiful season. In addition to preparing for a new arrival to the 13 Moons family, we’ve been organizing everything Samhain to help you have a great celebration.
Mabon is coming up at the end of this month, and we want to share some of our thoughts with you. Like all harvest festivals, Mabon is meant to remind us that life is precious and that we “reap what we have sown.”
We hope these warm days of summer find you well. As we prepare to count our own blessings for the Lammas celebration on August 1, we wanted to share some of our thoughts with you.
13 Moons is excited to announce the launching of our newly designed website after months of sweat and, I will admit, tears!
Made my Altar to enhance my spells bottles and wand. Maeve, Queen of the Fairies Statue is in the center, and she is amazing.
I just received my 2 Athames along with a Wand. OMG, I can't say enough about how absolutely beautiful they are, perfect additions to my new Altar. I will definitely be shopping here again. - Helene
Allow the spirits of Sacred Plants to cleanse you, your home, animals and sacred ritual and altar tools.
Beltane (most commonly pronounced "BELL-tayn", but also can be "BEEL-teen", "BEEL-tawn-uh", or "BYAL-tinn") is one of the Greater Wiccan Sabbats and is usually celebrated on May 1st, but can be on the night of April 30th, depending on your tradition or - if you are solitary - simply your personal choice.