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    Taking Care of Tools: Gemstones

    Gemstones are one of the most common and (can be) one of the most expensive tools that a witch uses. Truthfully, stones, rocks, and gemstones are incredibly accessible to anyone who is just getting started with their magic practice. As…

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    Monster Banishing Spray for Little Ones

    Creating and using a “Monster” Banishing spray is a simple magic technique that anyone can use for lots of things. Whether you need to banish the monsters under the bed or simply banish nightmares, using a spray and chant is…

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    How to Use Knotwork Spells

    Have you ever wondered about how to use knot magic in your practice? Knot Magic, Thread Magic, or knotwork spells are incredibly simple forms of witchcraft that you can use really early on in your journey. They don’t have the…

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    Energetic Home Cleaning

    Cleaning and organizing our things and spaces is taking the world by storm. Between the Hygge / Lagom movement and Marie Kondo’s Magic of Tidying Up, the spring cleaning fever has hit early. Hygge is a Swedish concept of a…

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    Witch’s Holidays: Imbolc Celebrations

    Imbolc (EM-bolk like folk) is a fire festival holiday that falls on February 2nd. More commonly known as Groundhog’s Day, this holiday is a celebration of the return of the light and for the return of activity in nature. The…

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    About Me

    Hello there! My name is Beth Burch and I want to welcome you to my blog Cauldron and Brew! I am so excited you have arrived here to find out more about me! Like most humans, summing me up is…

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    Why Cauldron and Brew?

    The Cauldron “a large metal pot used for cooking over and open fire”. The cauldron is incredibly symbolic throughout many histories. In general, the cauldron is symbol of the womb and of transformation. What you put in comes out heated,…