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Halloween and Samhain

It is believed that on October 31st the veil between the world of the living and the dead becomes it's thinnest. This makes the day the best time to initiate a connection with worlds not of our own; contact spirits, guides, and familiars, peak into the future, and further your connection with your self. During this powerful time it is important you are adequately equipped with all you need for your Halloween and Samhain intentions. Browse what we offer online and be sure to visit us in-store for even more tools and materials. 

Books and Tarot

Enjoy both themed and practical books, oracle decks, and tarot card decks. Here you will find books regarding starting traditional witchcraft practices, tutorials and adivce on contacting spirits and familiars, and other spellcrafts for the season. 

Herbs and Incense

Browse through various loose and bundled herbs that will aid you in your connection to the spirit realm and will help induce prophetic visions and dreams; as well as herbs that will protect you from any malevolent spirits, intentions, and ghouls. You may also enjoy some spooky themed incense to help set the Halloween/Samhain mood 

In-Store Shopping List Ideas
Essential Oils
Crystals
Spellwork Tools
  • Frankincense

  • Dragon's Blood

  • Cinnamon

  • Clove

  • The Moon

  • Myrrh

  • Go Away Evil

  • Black Obsidian 

  • Black Tourmaline

  • Smokey Quartz

  • Amethyst

  • Carnelian

  • Bloodstone

  • ...and anything you feel drawn to!

Be sure to also check out our carved crystals and stones! We have many spooktacular designs!

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  • Candles (check out our 7-day candles or go for a simple colored one that correlates with your intentions)

  • Cauldron

  • Wand

  • Quill Pen and Ink

  • Spell Jar

  • Pendulum, Runes, Ouija Board

  • Ritual Blade

We also carry a large variety of spell components and ingredients to help you craft and cast your spell perfectly. 

Other Fun Themed Items
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