New Questions Policy

Hi lovely readers,

I have always had an open door policy when it comes to asking questions about Paganism, Wicca, and Witchcraft.  And that is never going to change as long as I run this blog.  However in the past few weeks, I have received quite a few inappropriate questions, including nonquestions and (no joke) sexual propositions.  Due to these recent queries, I am tightening Cauldron and Brew’s “Any Question?” policies.  And here they are:

  1. State your question as the first sentence in the comment section.  Then feel free to elaborate as much as you want about yourself and your situation.
  2. I do not give out spells.  More specifically, I WILL NOT TEACH YOU HOW TO CURSE YOUR EX BOYFRIEND. Or your boss.  Or the cop who just gave you a ticket.  Let’s trust in karma, people, and let the gods doll out the proper punishment.
  3. All inappropriate contact, including anti-Pagan harassment and sexual propositions, will be ignored. Repeated contact will be reported to the police.
  4. SPECIFICALLY FOR NEW WITCHES: First of all, mazel tov.  Second of all, the most common question in my inbox is “I am a new witch; help!”  If this is you, I need to know what you would like me to help you do.  Do you want book recommendations?  Do you want advice for telling the people in your life?  Give me a specific, concrete question and I will gladly help you.  For y’all who have no fucking clue what you want to ask me, by the end of business today there will be a tab under “Any Questions?” specifically for new witches. Read and watch that information first, then ask me any lingering questions.  I will ignore any and all queries that clearly did not follow this policy.
  5. All commercial and business entities, DO NOT use this tab to ask questions.  Use the contact information on my About page.

In advance, I thank everyone for adhering to these guidelines.

Bright blessings,


2 thoughts on “New Questions Policy

    1. I do not share spells on this blog. There’s just hundreds of good books out there that contain excellent examples of spells. Also, I just know from experience what is more useful for magical practitioners is to share correspondences and tips as opposed to spell verbiage.

      If you are looking for resources on developing metaphysical abilities, like astral projection and telekinesis, sorry that’s not what I do. I am a Pagan who performs natural witchcraft. If you’re asking what I think you are, then I know there are other blogs that cover that information.

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