Welcome to the second week of counting the Omer — the week of Gevurah.
Additional information for subscribers of the Cosmic Reference Library about Body, Spirit: Finding the Sacred in Food.
Additional information for subscribers of the Cosmic Reference Library about the book “Figs, Dates, Laurel, and Myrrh: Plants of the Bible and the Quran”
Additional information for subscribers of the Cosmic Reference Library about the book “The Biblical and Historical Background of Jewish Customs and Ceremonies”.
Welcome to the first week of counting the Omer — the week of Chesed.
Welcome to the Devotaj Sacred Arts Guide to Counting the Omer. I first created this guide to help people explore the practice of counting the omer in an earth-based, embodied, witchy way — many years ago for Peeling a Pomegranate. This year (5781/2021), I’m refreshing it for Devotaj Sacred Arts. Each week I’ll release the…
Welcome to Kesharim K’doshim Mussar, where we explore the soul-traits through the wheel of the year and the Netivot from Kohenet teachings. In Av, we turn to the soul-trait of Ometz Lev (אמץ לב) Courage and the Wise Woman.
Pomegranates have a long connection to fertility, abundance, and beauty across many cultures and Jewish culture is no different. Learn about the pomegranate in Jewish text, culture, and magick.
Tevet is a month of seeking clarity in darkness. Tevet is the month our vices have the most opportunity to enslave us. Tevet is the crucible. Without this difficult month the promise of Kislev’s rainbow can never be realized as the star of Shevat. Anything we did in Kislev that we shouldn’t have, will rear…
Shevat (שְׁבָט) is a breath of fresh air. We may have a way to go, but we can see the light at the end tunnel. We are released from the bonds of Tevet (טֵבֵת) and get our first promise of the spring to come with the holiday of Tu b’Shevat (ט״ו בשבט) and feed the…