Tarot, Tarot, Tarot your boat

Good day friends!

I’d like to take this opportunity today to talk a bit about tarot. Tarot isn’t specifically for those of Pagan faiths, so if you don’t identify you can definitely still read tarot! My experience so far is that many Pagans utilize methods of divination, so felt it would benefit everyone if I wrote a bit about it. I don’t want to bore you with the history of tarot, you can find loads of information about that elsewhere. I just want to give you some beginners information and share my own decks with you.

You many already be familiar with the Rider-Waite deck, which was created in 1910 and has since influenced a number of other tarot decks. If not, check out this site that provides pictures and meanings of each card. It’s definitely a helpful reference if you’re just beginning and want to become more familiar with those cards, but for me tarot isn’t so cut and dry. The images play a large part in my own interpretations and how I read for myself and others. For example, if I draw a card and an artist has illustrated a red bird I am going to immediately think of my grandmother and ancestors. That is a personal connection for me. Others might just view a red bird as a red bird and some may even connect it to a sports team. All of those are correct and will help you interpret what the cards are attempting to communicate with you.

Some avid tarot readers may disagree with me, some may conclude that tarot has strict rules and must be read a specific way. I try to follow my intuition, while also respecting the meanings behind the four suits and Major Arcana. I believe that tarot is a gateway to communicate with those no longer on this plane as well as a magical way to gain insight into our everyday lives. 

My advice is to get to know your deck by pulling a single card daily, if possible, and write down what you see and how that card makes you feel. It will take time and practice, so don’t give up if you try a reading and are confused. Look back on your notes; I’m sure that the card will reveal relevance. When finished, some people choose to ‘cleanse’ their deck. This usually is some kind of ritual/habit and can vary greatly from simply shuffling the deck a few times, to completely putting the deck back in order or sitting the deck in the sunlight. Do whatever you like that makes your deck feel rejuvenated and ready for another reading. 

While I’ve linked a few different sites that specifically educate about the tarot, please let me know if you have any questions. You can reach us either in the comments or send us a private email at Midwestwitches@gmail.com. We are happy to help you on your own magical tarot-reading journey!

And now for a glimpse into my tarot decks:


This is my newest addition to my tarot deck collection. I’m a huge fan of Ciro Marchetti‘s artwork and own not only the Tarot of Dreams deck, but many others. The Gilded Tarot deck was my very first deck and is usually my go-to deck for quick readings due to my familiarity. I also own his Lenormand deck and his Oracle of Visions deck. While I don’t read as often with the two latter decks, I love their artwork and occasionally they call to me just like my other decks do.




I own a couple other Oracle decks in addition to the one by Marchetti. The one pictured is called Messenger Oracle by Ravynne Phelan. As I have a deep connection with owls this deck grabbed my attention immediately and has proven itself more than worthy time and again.

I also own the World Animal Dreaming Oracle Cards by Scott Alexander King. This is a brilliantly colorful deck illustrated by Karen Branchflower. If you haven’t noticed yet, the artwork is typically what draws me to purchase a deck.


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The remaining decks I own are magical in their own ways. When I was considering learning to read runes I purchased The Power of the Runes by Voenix to help bridge the gaps in my understanding. The Raven’s Prophecy Tarot is a deck based off of one of my favorite fictional series and was a gift from someone dear to me. I purchased The Rider Tarot Deck Miniature Edition as a travel companion for when I am not at home but feel compelled to do a reading.

Happy reading!




Not By One Path Alone

My Dear Friends,

                If there is one thing you need to know about me it is this… I fully believe that when it comes to religion, we are all correct. No matter what you believe. Whether you are Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Pagan, Jewish, Muslim, etc. whatever you believe – you are right. Why do you ask? Because we are all talking about the same thing. God, Allah, Odin, Zeus, Hera, Rhiannon, Hekate, Kali – we are all referencing the same Source Energy. We are just calling it by whatever name or names resonate with us most, bringing us the closest to that Energy, which gives us comfort. There is nothing wrong with that! And even though I fully believe this; I too reference the Source Energy by the names of the Gods of my ancestors because it helps me feel connected.

                Now, I told you that, to tell you this… One of my very best friends is a Christian. She practices a sect of Christianity that takes its traditions straight from the time of Jesus’ life. What does that mean? Well, she and her fellow worshipers do not celebrate any holidays stolen from Pagan religions as a means to force conversion of those people into the Church. Which, speaking as a Pagan, I appreciate! She does not celebrate Christmas, but she does honor Yule; she does not celebrate Easter, she honors Passover. Which is where this story begins.

                During Passover, my bestie posted a picture on her social media of some homemade Matzo that she whipped up (do you whip up Matzo? I don’t know…) for her Passover ritual. She recently moved across the country to start a new career, and was feeling rather alone. Finding joy, and comfort in her beliefs; she posted the picture to share with her friends what she was up to, and wish others well at this Passover time. What a nice thing to do, right? Sadly, not everyone is as accepting as we, and she got roasted alive by someone from our forgotten past… A person claiming to be a God-fearing Catholic went after her, telling her she was damned for bastardizing the One True Faith, and assuring her that she was going to Hell. Understandably, she was rather shaken, and upset. To her mind, she didn’t do anything wrong. Why was she going to Hell? Well, we discussed this at length after the incident, and I am here to tell you what I told her – you are not going to Hell, because no one is going to Hell.

                As we’ve discussed, one of the things I am very passionate about is furthering my skills as a medium. As part of that work, I have done a lot of reading on the afterlife. Please hear me when I say, Heaven and Hell are one in the same. There is no fire and brimstone, and there are no pearly gates. Souls leave the physical body, and transcend to another dimension. A dimension of light (ok, some would argue that is Heaven, but let me finish!). A dimension of healing, peace, and continued learning.  Yes, my friends, learning. Once you are done with this life, it does not mean you are done learning life lessons. Your soul continues its education, continues to grow, and develop to ascend into a higher level of existence. Sorry Graduates! Class is still in session!

                Now, wait a minute. Am I telling you that baddies like Hitler and Rasputin died, and still got to go into the light? Well, unless they are a ghost hanging around somewhere, I say yes. Granted, their souls may have been put in time out in Tartarus for a decade or so… Just for dramatic effect… (I’m kidding!)  But, yes, they too went into the light. The only difference in experience for them is that instead of sitting in class with the others, their souls are receiving personal tutoring from the Guardians or Light Beings. These special sessions will help them learn from their transgressions here on Earth and help them heal that pain, fear, or anger before their next go round.  Also, their class will be in session a lot longer than say my great grandmother’s whose worst offense was having a drink too many on New Year’s Eve. The souls of criminals, tyrants, suicides, and other offenders are not just going to be sent back like everyone else for their next set of lessons, as they have a lot more developing to do first.

                Am I so sure? Well, before I even read about Guardians or Light Beings… I was visited by my fiancés grandfather, who took his own life when my father-in-law was just a boy. While he spoke to me, I became aware that he was not alone. Standing on either side of him, like body guards, were beings made entirely of bright white light. The only features I could make out where a humanoid shape but much taller, much larger. When I asked him who they were, he just shrugged and said, “my teachers.” He was not afraid of them, but seemed to be receiving comfort from their presence, and they dictated when it was time to end the conversation. A week or so later, when I started reading the chapter about these Light Beings in You are a Medium by Sherrie Dillard (yes I’ve mentioned this book before) – I almost dropped my reading in surprise. The description of the beings is exactly what I saw. Cue the Twilight Zone music!

                So if there is one thing you take away from today’s little chat, let it be that you are right. I am right. The person who bags your groceries is right. And because we are all correct, nobody should be telling anyone else that they are wrong. I understand that some religions thrive on proselytizing. However, the next time you find yourself about to argue with someone of another faith just remember this:

“There are hundreds of paths up the mountain, all leading to the same place. So it doesn’t matter which path you take. The only person wasting time is the one who runs around the mountain, telling everyone that her or his path is wrong.” – Based on a Hindu Proverb

   We are all destined for enlightenment. How long it takes us to get there, and which path our souls take is neither here nor there.  In the end – we all go into the Light.


With Love and some of that beautiful Light,


Are You a Good Witch or a Bad Witch?

Hello Dear Friends,

                When Dorothy first lands in Oz, Galinda asks  “are you a good witch or a bad witch?” Dorothy is shocked, and replies “I’m not a witch at all!” Whether you are new to Paganism, or a long time practitioner – this question will be asked (perhaps even by you) at some point. And, it is a question that you must answer for yourself.

                Being Pagan does not necessarily make you a witch. While there are some, for whom, this term still holds negative connotations. There are others, such as we, who have decided to embrace the label in an attempt to eradicate the stigma that History has placed.

                So what does it mean to be a Pagan? What does it mean to be a Witch? Well the term Paganism is defined as “an umbrella term that describes a variety of denominations – known to Pagans as traditions – which for the most part organize themselves and operate without a centralized religious body or standardized dogma.” (pg. 1 of Paganism An Introduction to Earth-Centered Religions by Joyce and River Higginbotham.) To be a Pagan, is to be a follower of one of these non-indoctrinated traditions.

                Being Pagan is very individualized. The deities that one chooses to honor, the mystical beings one is called to work with, the tools one adopts into their practice – all of these things, and more, are specific to the practitioner. For instance, Iona is an eclectic pagan, who honors both Celtic and Greek deities, and works with Dragons. SidheSidhe is an eclectic pagan, who honors Welsh and Norse deities, and works with faery folk. We are both Pagan, but we work very differently in the Pagan tradition. And we’re both Witches.

                To be a witch, one probably (hopefully) practices Witchcraft… Seems pretty straightforward, doesn’t it? Witchcraft is not necessarily how it is described by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary online: the practice of magic, especially black magic; the use of spells and invocation of spirits; communication with the devil or with a familiar. (SidheSidhe intends to write a vulgar letter to M-WD letting them know how grossly incorrect their definition is, just FYI).  As two working witches, we define witchcraft as the practice of magick (yes with a k) through various means such as spell casting, fashioning potions, divination, etc. Let it be known there are differing opinions on the notions of black, white and/or grey magick, even amongst the contributors of this blog.

                As previously mentioned, we the Midwest Witches, use our powers for good and not for evil! Just kidding that’s not the point… But really we do! We have adopted the label “witch” because it is a word that encompasses our practices as Pagans, and gives us a sense of empowerment. That is not to say that you have to be a witch to be a Pagan, or be a Pagan to be a witch. That is a label that can only be ascribed to a person, by that person. Don’t ever let somebody call you something you are not comfortable with. Period. Some people will tell you that only those that practice Wicca can be called a Witch. However, we don’t believe that. Paganism is such a unique, and beautiful, universally accessible religion, that if you want to identify as a Witch, then by all means – go for it!

                So, there we have it. Are you a good witch or a bad witch? Are you a witch at all? Only you can choose. But deciding between being a good witch or a bad witch, is all about intention. A topic we will certainly cover, at length, quite soon.

With love and light,

The Midwest Witches

UPDATE: A Meditation on Meditation

Hello Dear Friends!

Normally, I would not post this early in the week… But I just finished the most wonderful podcast episode on the topic of Meditation, and I just had to share!

The podcast is called psychicteachers hosted by Deb Bowen and Samantha Fey

If you are not familiar with this show – it is fantastic! Deb is a practicing Pagan, and Samantha is a practicing Catholic. They cover all matter of topics from their two differing perspectives, and it is as entertaining as it is informative! SidheSidhe is hooked on this show too 🙂

In their episode from May 28, 2017 titled “Meditation Magic” – they discuss various forms of meditation; offer suggestions for reading materials, youtube channels, CDs, etc. for anyone interested in getting started in mediation, or going further in their practice. What I love is how these two lovelies discuss what works for them, and what doesn’t. Which is great considering the ups and downs we all can have in trying to meditate (my challenge isn’t going well BTW… life just keeps interrupting as does my snooze button… but I’m not giving up!).

So the next time you are on iTunes, give them a listen: psychicteachers. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

With Love and Light,


Pagan Portals the Morrigan by Morgan Daimler


What a fantastically appropriate title for this informational book, The Morrigan: Meeting the Great Queens! If you know anything about The Morrigan, then you already know that the title of ‘Morrigan’ can cover a number of goddesses, all of which are great queens of their domains. And if you don’t know that, and you have interest in this ‘dark’ goddess, then this book was written just for you.

Morgan Daimler stuffed this short piece to the brim with academic information and personal experiences, making it a definite go-to reference book if you wish to know anything about The Morrigan. However, if you crave more details about The Morrigan the author does lay out recommendations and cites her sources for further reading. Daimler has written a number of books relating to other Pagan topics that seem interesting and already have many positive reviews on other sites. She is definitely an author worth further exploration.

Pagan Portals is more of a series title than a working title, and consists not only of books written on other gods and goddesses (Celtic and Greek), but also about topics such as path-working, fairy witchcraft, astrological herbs, hoodoo, and many, many more. This series is published through Moon Books, which is a company that specifically caters to Paganism and Shamanism according to their website. From just browsing titles on their site you can find almost anything you may be interested to learn more about.

Reviewed by SidheSidhe

The Power of Words

My Dear Friends,

Lately, I have been thinking a lot about manifesting. Are you familiar with this concept? To be honest, I’m really not, but I do have a story to share… And, please, if you know of a good definition of manifesting, let me know!  Now, my basic understanding is that manifesting is the ability to alter or change reality usually by thought and/or simple action. There is probably more to it than that… But how many people do you know that can bring about palpable change with just a thought? A few days ago, I would have said “none and I’m definitely not one,” but after the events of today, I am not so sure…

Let me give you little background on the situation… Stress is a constant in my life right now. My job sucks (long story), I am in the middle of planning a wedding, my house is currently under renovations, we got a puppy at Christmas which is the four-legged equivalent of a toddler, and SidheSidhe and I are working to get this blog off the ground. So, you see – I have a lot going on! Well, with everything happening all at once, I have been feeling less Witchy and more overwhelmed than anything lately. I don’t have time to do the things I want to do: write for the blog, read my books, practice my Craft, etc. To be honest, I was worried I wouldn’t make my deadline for this posting!

Fast forward to yesterday, which was a particularly bad day at work… I was at my wit’s end. My patience were gone. I sat at my desk, and just whispered “I need a break. I need to not be here.” Oh my Gods, be careful what you wish for!

Today at work, the secretary rings my desk and tells me that my mother is on the phone. When I picked up the line, Mom was in tears. My father had a heart attack, and was on his way to the hospital. I should mention that I live in a completely different state from my family, and it’s an entire days drive to get back to them… So I left work, went to my house to pack, and got on the road. By the time I was on my way, my Mom called again – he’s having tests done, but the hospital doesn’t think it was a heart attack after all. Dad came on the line and tried to tell me to turn around. I would not. By the time I crossed the border into my state of origin, my Dad was being discharged from the hospital with no clear diagnosis… Due to insurance bull shit, he was being sent home to get a referral from his primary care to go back to the hospital to continue testing… Makes sense, right?

Some would say that I drove all this way for nothing. No heart attack, no reason to rush back, right? Well, I am going to say wrong! While quickly packing an overnight bag for the impending weekend at my folks’ place, I somehow managed to not only grab my laptop, but my current read on Scottish Witchcraft, and my blog notebook. Driving along, a little perturbed at the idea of losing 2.5 days of work (for which I won’t be compensated), it hit me… I asked for this! I wanted time away from the office so badly, that I got what I asked for. Due to the upcoming wedding, and family events this year – I don’t have any more paid time off for the rest of the year! I was feeling trapped… But I walked out the door with no one expecting to see me until Monday because my Dad was in trouble, or so we thought… Also, oddly enough, my car was, in fact, road trip ready. I just got an oil change the day before, AND filled up the tank before work this morning… So basically, I needed to get away from work, I needed time away from the wedding planning, the remodel at the house; I needed some me time to just write for the blog, and focus on my Craft; and I got it!

There is not a lot to do at my parents’ house. They live in a very small town, in the middle of nowhere. So it is the perfect place to just focus, and write, take in nature, and be at peace. Now, I am not saying that I am for certain a manifestor. I honestly have no idea, I’ve never really given it an honest try… It’s very possible that The Universe, or the Gods decided I needed to get away from the distractions to do this work because the noise of everyday life tends to get in the way… But I am grateful. Not only am I grateful that my Dad is home and seemingly OK, I am grateful for this time away to focus on me. Also, I would like to take this opportunity to remind you that Words have Power, and you must be very careful what you wish for. I wished so hard to get away from the stress of work and home, that I didn’t set the intention for how I got what I wanted… A heart attack scare was not at all what I was going for!


With Love and Light from the middle of nowhere,



Hello again,

This topic is fitting for a number of reasons. Not only is this my second post for today, as I decided I wanted to update our readers on the success of a few products in my earlier one, but I also wanted to touch on the magic of repetition, as it is appearing in my life right now.

A large part of my personality is based on two things, my terrible memory and my obliviousness. For me, repetition makes these traits less irksome. Whether it be in my personal, professional, or spiritual life I use repetition to help me remember. Spiritually, I rewrite spells or herbal uses in my Book of Shadows. I try to use or write chants that have repetitive bits so that I can memorize them. I listen to songs on repeat if I intend to use them in spellwork. I read and reread portions of books. Repetitive actions not only help me comprehend. They help gather magic, making the energy and intention stronger and more potent.

In regards to communicating with spirit repetition has also assisted. When I started attempting to communicate with spirit I struggled and didn’t feel like I was being talked to, though I can feel presence. At some point I was told that I should ask spirit to repeat a message so that I would know I was definitely being communicated with. Since then I often see repetitions. I see repetitions in numbers, in words, in animals, in anything that can be repeated. While I often have to research what I’m seeing repeated due to my memory, it always is relevant. Two weeks ago I was seeing flocks of 4 birds. Always four birds together, usually turkeys or turkey vultures. So I researched both the number four and aspects of turkey. Spirit wanted me to learn about those topics and apply those self-teachings to my life.

Currently, I’m seeing the word “deeper” everywhere. It’s in song lyrics, podcasts, emails at work, tv shows, and phone conversations that have nothing to do with my pagan spiritual life. This is how spirit is communicating with me. They are telling me to dig deeper into my spiritual journey, to push aside my self-inflicted limitations.

My point is, friends, that if you keep seeing something repeat, pay attention. Do those type of birds remind you of a relative or friend? Does the repeating number 4 hold significance in some way or relate to you in regards to numerology? Someone or something is speaking to you; you just have to listen and learn the language.


UPDATE: Wickedly Wonderful Magical Mystery Packages

Hello lovelies!

I just wanted to give a quick little update on how my Wicked Witch Studios products are working! While I haven’t used all of my goodies yet, I have been using a couple items with great success!

I mentioned in my previous post about my success with the Outta My Way oil. The Outta My Way candle had similar results, though at the time I was battling a bout of depression. If anyone else has depression, then they know how hard simple chores can be to accomplish. Burning that candle provided the motivation to clean and organize when even lighting it was a challenge at the time. I’m not saying the candle cured my depression; I’m not a doctor, but it did help me accomplish some tasks that I was being hindered by my mental illness. I intend on testing it during a time when I’m feeling happier to see what all I can do then. 🙂

I also used my Fast Cash oil as directed on the bottle, by applying to my palms. As I’ve been feeling unappreciated at work lately, I decided to set my intention to reflect receiving compensation for my hard work and dedication. I did this one time and came home with a Thank You card from my entire staff and a $100 gift card to Amazon.com. To say the least, I’ll be using this oil again as I was very satisfied with that result.


A Meditation On Meditation

Welcome my dear friends,

Tonight I would like to talk to you about meditation – a training of the mind to induce a mode of consciousness beyond the awake or asleep, or an experience of mindfulness. Perhaps, some of you already meditate on a regular basis. Or perhaps you have no idea what I am talking about… Either way, let’s discuss, shall we?

To meditate, is to quietly focus the mind, and keep it focused without interruption. The end goal of that focus can be different for each person, as well as each mediation. And the mediation used to reach that goal, will be different based on the aforementioned desired result.

But wait, I thought to meditate was the quiet the mind? It is – in order to quiet the mind, you have to focus to allow your mind to let go of all of the outside distractions and crap of day-to-day life. Once you can focus, you can quiet the mind. Make sense?

Focusing the mind can be as easy as paying attention to your own breath. As you inhale through your nostrils, notice the moment when your intake stops, and your exhale begins. Did you notice it? Try again. Inhale naturally, through the nostrils, and notice when the breath stops coming in and starts pushing out. Again. Inhale naturally through the nostrils, and… release. Inhale naturally through the nostrils, and…release. Try this for a 30 seconds. I’ll wait…

How did you do? Did your mind wander a little? If it did, that’s OK. Part of meditating regularly is to train your mind to not be so easily distracted. But let me congratulate you – if you tried my little exercise – you just set yourself up to meditate!

The way I was taught to meditate, is much more complicated. It involved journeying and working with Spirit Guides. But for the sake of starting out… 

Here are the Simple Steps to Meditating:

  • Select your meditation – whether it is a guided one from a CD or a book, or one you made up, determine how long this mediation will last.
  • Get your environment ready aka set the mood – I like to have soft music playing, the lights off or at least dimmed, and my phone switched off (on silent is fine too) while I meditate {for music I highly recommend Celtic Meditation by Dirk Freymuth – it is available on iTunes for about $10.00 and is 1 hour 18 minutes}
  • Find a comfortable position – seated or laying down. You want to be comfortable, but you don’t want to fall asleep. If you are seated and find yourself falling asleep, sit up straighter and move forward in your seat so you are not resting against the back. If you are laying down and falling asleep, try sitting up.
  • If you would like, set the intention for the meditation or do an opening ritual.
  • Begin the meditation –  gently allowing yourself to become aware in the point of focus: a thought, a feeling, image, sound, etc.
  • Your mind will drift. This is natural to all us human beings… Keep coming back to the focus point, don’t beat yourself up for wandering off. The ebb and flow of focus, wandering off, focus, wandering off is all part of mediation.
  • After the time intended has passed, gently release the focus point and return your awareness to your environment.
  • Allow yourself a few minutes to reorient to your surroundings. Open your eyes when you are ready, stretch your body a little, get the blood flowing back into your body before resuming your regularly scheduled activities.

Mediation is a recommended practice for several reasons – good health, stress relief, but also as a means to meet with you Spirit Guides and get messages from The Other Side (a topic we shall discuss more in depth later on). If you can, take the time to meditate once a day. Or at least, get into the habit of mediating regularly.

Don’t get me wrong, I would be a liar if I said I practice mediation like a good little witch… But I have challenged myself to work on that, and to meditate 3-4 times a week for the next month. It is vital for my continuation as a developing Medium, so we’ll see how I do! Wish me luck!

With Love and Light,


Wickedly Wonderful Magical Mystery Packages by Dorothy Morrison

Hello again!

Today I’d like to take this opportunity to tell you a little about my experience with the purchase of a Wickedly Wonderful Magical Mystery Package by Dorothy Morrison, which was only offered this May. Part of the discussion when Iona and I were drafting out ideas for our blog/website included reviewing products, stores, events, podcasts, books, and any other pagan-related aspect that falls into our laps. Remember, we’re trying to help fellow pagans find things that might benefit their spiritual lives. And what better way to help others than by exploring ourselves.

Currently, we’re listening to a few different podcasts and one, Desperate House Witches (to be reviewed later), had Dorothy Morrison as a guest. If you’ve never heard of Dorothy Morrison, check out the links provided because she’s amazing. While I knew I had heard the name prior to the show, I couldn’t place it. Mostly because I’m terrible with names when I don’t have faces attached. I digress. Dorothy mentioned that she was going to be offering a small and a large mystery package as a way to celebrate her own birthday month. The items in each mystery package were chosen via tarot cards that Dorothy pulled using her Whimsical Tarot Deck. Since Iona and I both listen to this podcast we agreed that we should both order one and see what we get. 

From a bit of research on Dorothy’s website Wicked Witch Studios, I already knew what kinds of products she offered and so had a general idea of the kinds of items I could receive. Not being much of a gambler and having no prior experience ordering from Dorothy, I ordered a small mystery package for $30 plus shipping and handling, which totalled $38.95. After checking prices on the site, I definitely got my money’s worth, which makes me happy in that area alone. I ordered on a Sunday and received my package that Thursday, which apparently is longer than normal, though I thought it was remarkably quick. 

Anyway, to the contents!

My box contained 2 candles, Rich Bitch and Outta My Way, and two oils, Fast Cash and Outta My Way, along with a business card and an invitation to Mystic South in Atlanta. The Rich Bitch candle isn’t listed on her site, but from the description on the wrap, “Triple X Money Magnet: The best money manifestation formula on the market,” it sounds like it will pair well with the Fast Cash oil. Both candles include incantations on the back and I’m itching to have a moment to burn them. Basically, the green Rich Bitch candle and Fast Cash oil will attract money to you (with the correct intention, of course) and it smells divine, very floraly. 

I am very literally using the Outta My Way oil as I type. Being a procrastinator I was having a serious case of writer’s block, but obviously my creative juices are flowing! (Sidenote: this was actually written on Sunday the 7th, well ahead of the Friday post date.) The Outta My Way items will help tear down anything that blocks or hinders progress and assists in stirring up inspiration. These items are also referred to as being called Road Opener and they smell amazing, though I can’t put my finger on a decent description. My olfactory system isn’t the best at detecting scents. 

I’ll definitely be updating this post as I test my items! So far this is a highly recommended purchase and Wicked Witch Studios will be getting my business again in the future.