Welcome to My Hearth

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Welcome to the Sacred Hearth providing hints and tips for practical kitchen witchery for the busy Pagan homemaker.

The Sacred Hearth tradition holds the hearth as the sacred center of family life and this is a website written for family oriented Pagans, green witches, kitchen witches and all who hold the hearth and home close to their hearts. Please pour yourself a cup of tea and relax while you browse through kid-friendly rituals, kid-pleasing crafts and recipes and ideas to help you incorporate magical spirituality into your everyday life and that of your family.

Really, this is my personal Wiki and sort of a Book of Shadows in which I store just about anything I find interesting and the results of all my experiments and basically any article I write that doesn't fit into any of the other websites I provide content for. I apologize if it's somewhat poorly organized. There is a search feature!

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The Gift of the Trees I

You will need: To be in an outdoor area with many different kinds of trees. A tree identification book Establish Sacred Space Meditation: Imagine you are a little seed hanging high on the branch of a tall tree until a strong wind comes by and knocks you down to the ground. You fall into the soft bed of leaves your mother and father and all of their brothers and sisters left for you on the ground and you lay there for a time. The sun shines, and the moon shines in turn. Sometimes it is warm, and...


latin: 'Asparagus officinalis' description: Asparagus is one of my favorite foods and, like the crocus, asparagus one of the plants that signals to me that spring is finally on its way. My husband isn't a fan, but my first husband loved asparagus. He liked to cook the hell out of it until it was mushy and then eat it on toast with butter. Weird, but tasty. \n\nNot only is asparagus tasty, but it looks really cool in the garden. After the spears shoot up in the spring (and I eat them) it turns...

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