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WITCHCRAFT 101, Part Three

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what’s up witches?!?!?!

Bright Blessing and welcome to another installment of the Any Witches Blog. Today we are welcoming the next addition to our Witchcraft 101 series, which will be all about the mystical realm of colors. We will explore all the colors of the rainbow (ROYGBIV) before moving on to some of the different shades. Buckle up and enjoy the ride as we hop on our brooms and fly through the rainbow (maybe we will find that pot of gold!).

colors and their symbolic significance in witchcraft

Witches, from the newest of baby witchling’s to the most seasoned of Crones, will have learned that intention is one of the cornerstones of practicing witchcraft, and one example witches show their intent is by using specific colors that align with that intent while performing a ritual or spell. Every shade or hue of every color symbolically represents certain intentions or actions, and sometimes even specific emotions or feelings. So, let us dive into the fascinating world of colors as we learn their symbolic significance in witchcraft.


The color red has symbolized many things throughout history, from passion and love to hate and embarrassment, even good luck to danger. Cultures all over the world associate different meanings for the vibrant color. In witchcraft, the color red may still symbolically stand for all of these vastly differing associations, the important part is that you, the practitioner, believe that that association is what red symbolizes to you at that specific moment in time.
In witchcraft the color red is most commonly used to symbolize love, passion, lust, strength, and/or energy. Witches will often use a red candle while performing a spell or ritual pertaining to love or romantic relationships. The color red is also associated with the Root Chakra (Muladhara), which is located at the base of the spine and connects us to the earth.


Orange is the color of youth and emotion, optimism and enthusiasm. The color orange inspires creativity and encourages success. Orange is also the color of attraction. Like a moth to a flame, orange draws in those who glance its glow.
In witchcraft, the color orange is often associated with kindness, friendship, the sun, and used in Fire Magic. Orange reminds us of the seasons and cycles. Orange peels are often times used to help attract a new lover or find a new friend. The color orange is seen abundantly during the season Samhain, tracing back to the bonfires and food offerings used to ward off evil spirits. Orange is also associated with the Sacral Chakra (Svadhisthana), which is located at the pelvis, relating to creativity and sexuality.


Yellow is a joyful color, filled with happiness, positivity, and optimism. Yellow may also be a warning of caution or cowardice. Yellow is often associated with being the color of the sun and used to shine a light on a situation.
In witchcraft yellow is used for mental clarity and intellectual energy. Yellow is also used for communication, transportation, or as an adjustment to energy. Yellow is also associated with the Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura), located at the center of the abdomen just above the navel and governs personal power and will.


Green is known for growth and springtime. Green brings forth healing and good health. In the USA green means go and safety. In modern times the color green is also likened to being a color of luck and money.
In the witchcraft community there is a branch of witchcraft and type of magic called Green Witchcraft. This is a magic practice that is centered around nature and uses the energies of nature and the natural realm primarily for healing. Green is used in money magic and is used to attract financial success, abundance, growth, prosperity, luck, and balance. Green is also a representation of spring, being a symbol for fertility, rebirth/resurrection, rejuvenation, and renewal. The color green is associated with the Heart Chakra (Anahata), located at the center of the chest, which opens us up to love and compassion.

BLUE (light/sky blue)

The color blue symbolically represents calmness, trust, stability, and loyalty. The lighter shades of blue, for example sky blue, calls for a relaxing afternoon rest; to lay back and stare up at the clouds as we daydream the endless possibilities of what’s to come. Sky blue also evokes calm, tranquility, and peace.
In witchcraft, sky blue is used to call forth clarity and understanding, and to bring peace and stability to a situation. Sky blue may be associated with both air and water elements, having characteristics of the two.
Blue, naturally, is the color of water, and can be a very emotional color. Blue will always find the truth and encourages clarity through communication. Associated with the Throat Chakra (Vissudha), located at the middle of the throat, blue enables us to communicate and express yourself; to speak your truth.


Indigo is the color of intuition, spirituality, wisdom, creativity, and imagination. Indigo is known for its power and charm, demanding integrity, structure, and order.
Indigo represents family, ancestors, and tradition (or cultural customs). In witchcraft indigo is used to strengthen intuition and perception and heighten the mind. Some find indigo helpful with opening the third eye and is occasionally a representation for the Third Eye Chakra (Ajna), located at the middle of the forehead, which enhances your intuition and vision.

Violet (Purple)

Violet/purple is the color of royalty, mystery, imagination, and creative wisdom. Violet is also associated with intuition, spiritual power, spiritual awareness, and higher consciousness.
In witchcraft purple is used for protection from evil spirits and harm caused by others. Purple is also used for wisdom, spiritual growth, and respect. Purple is associated with the Crown Chakra (Sahasrara), located above the head and connects us to the Divine and universal consciousness.


White has long been the symbol for purity and innocence. In American culture, the bride is oftentimes seen wearing all white, historically symbolizing that she was pure and untouched. Like a blank sheet of paper, the color white is the start of something new.
In many circles within witchcraft, witches will imagine a white circle of light during a cleansing ritual and for protection. It is believed that the white light purifies and cleanses everything that it touches, therefore also protecting anything that is in the light from any harm. White is also occasionally seen representing the Crown Chakra (Sahasrara). In candle magic, a white candle can be used in place of any other color. A white candle is often times used during purification, healing, cleansing, or protection spells. The term white witch, or witchcraft, is often used to describe a witch, or magic practice, that only uses magic for selfless reasons.


In many cultures worldwide, the color black symbolizes death and mourning. The color black is also known for carrying negative connotations, being a color of the unknown and mystery. For some, the color black is a color of elegance, and that it holds power.
There is a long-believed stereotype that all witches wear black. Even though this might not be true for every individual witch, many witches are seen wearing black regularly because of its protective power. The color black is often used during hex-breaking or curse removing spells and rituals. Just as we know that the color black absorbs all the colors from the visible spectrum, it also absorbs negative energy. In candle magic the color black is often used for protection, hex-breaking, and curse removal. A black candle may also be used as a substitute for any other color candle.

grey (gray)

Being composed of equal parts of black and white, grey (or gray) is the color for balance, neutrality, fairness, and compromise. Grey is also the color of transition, longevity, and power, and is a representation of old age. Grey is also negatively linked depression, lack of energy/confidence, loneliness, poverty, and even death.
There is a specific branch of witchcraft called Grey Witchcraft. Grey Witches are known for keeping the balance between the two polarities of magic, and often times follow the ideal that “a witch who cannot harm, cannot heal.” With the color grey having its associations with death it reminds us of the eternal return and the renewal of cycles.


The color pink is a soft and gentle color. Often associated with being a feminine color and the color for identifying baby girls, the color pink symbolizes charm, sensitivity, love, friendship, compassion, and playfulness. Pink is also another color for innocence and for being nurturing.
In witchcraft, the color pink is often used in spells and rituals where you are wanting to attract love, forgiveness, abundance, and joy. Pink is most often used to represent unconditional love and compassion. Other uses for the color pink can be nurturing, healing, joy, innocence, hope, and optimism.


The color gold is often likened to success, wealth, and prosperity. In many cultures, gold is the color of the suns rays. Gold is also the color of approval and achievement. In the worldwide sporting tournament known as “the Olympics” we award those who achieve first place in events with a gold medal, symbolizing their success and great achievement.
In witchcraft, the color gold is associated with wealth and success. Gold is the color of the sun and connects us to the divine masculine. Gold is often times the metal used to create amulets of protection. Gold colored candles and gold coins are often seen being used in spells for financial growth.


The color silver is another symbol for wealth and success. We have all heard the proverb “every cloud has a silver lining,” meaning that there is hope or something positive found in every bad situation. This give the color silver the symbolic meaning of hope.
In witchcraft, the color silver is often associated with the moon and its lunar energies. Silver is also the color of reflection and has the ability to allow us to see our true nature. Silver is associated with psychic receptivity, dreaming, healing, and rest. Silver is often used to represent the divine feminine and for its feminine energy. Silver also possesses the power of protection and is another favorite metal used in making amulets.


The color brown symbolizes stability, reliability, and comfort. In feng shui, brown represents simplicity and protection. In western culture, brown is for practicality and earthiness, whereas in some eastern cultures, brown is the color of mourning.
The color brown is used by some witches for grounding, manifestation, and connecting to the animal realm. In candle magic, brown candles are used for clear thinking, decision making, concentration, and intuition.

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Welcome and bright blessings Witches. I am so sorry for not being more present and posting more often (as I would like to be). Unfortunately, life happens to us all, and lately life has been dealing me the worst spread in this tarot read of life. However, I have learned not to dwell on the past, for those are the things we cannot change. So, I will keep my head up and push through the hard times with a smile, knowing that I will make it through.

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Where I’ve been

Long story short, and in full honesty, I was locked up in jail for 5 days. Unable to talk to anyone except my very loving life partner, and soon to be husband, David, and even then, it was only for a very short phone call of 15 minutes a day. Since being released, I have spent a renewed focus on continuing to better my relationship, as well as cleaning up my life around me, literally. I have been cleaning up the house and the land it sits on to help beautify what I see every day in hopes to keep my mindset in a happier place then where it has been lately. BUT……

I am back again to continue on with this wonderful blog. I have a few changes in mind that I will be implementing here on the site slowly over the next couple of months. So be on the lookout for the changes.

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other news

We have some exciting news coming your way very soon! Get ready for the next installment of the Witchcraft 101 series. Part 3 will focus on Colors and their Symbolic Significance in Witchcraft. We are planning to release it on Monday, October 9th, 2023. We may even release it earlier, so stay tuned! We are thrilled to share with you all that we have prepared for this fascinating series. You won’t want to miss it!

In this installment, we will explore the importance and symbolism of colors in the world of witchcraft. You will discover how colors can be used in rituals and spells to enhance specific intentions. From vibrant red, associated with passion and action, to calming blue, related to intuition and inner peace, we will uncover the hidden power within each hue.

You will learn how to choose the right color based on your magical goals, how to combine them to enhance your spells, and how to interpret the messages and symbols that colors convey. Delving into a fascinating chromatic universe, you will discover that colors have the power to influence our emotions, thoughts, and energies.

So, get ready to dive into an ocean of shades and learn the ancient art of utilizing colors in witchcraft. This third installment of the Witchcraft 101 series will guide you on a captivating journey through the various nuances that the magical universe has to offer. Don’t miss out!

Once you’ve absorbed all the colorful knowledge from part 3, we’ll have part 4 ready for you. In this installment, we will enter the world of herbs and their magical (and sometimes not so magical) properties. But let’s make one thing clear: we are not doctors, so do not use these herbs as substitutes for proper medical treatment. Always check with your doctor before trying any herbal remedy, especially if you found it online. We just want good vibes and health for you!

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Hey There!

What’s up witches?!

Welcome to my little virtual sacred space. All are welcome here, as long as there is no ill intent from within you.

First off, please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Tim, though I go by GreyFox. I am a solitary witch, and my practice is rather eclectic. I personally do not follow any pantheon, meaning that i do not honor, worship, pray, etc. to any god or goddess but, I do recognize their existence. I have drawn my witching style from several cultures around the world (such as Hoodoo, Vudoun, Yoruba, Native American, and more), taking just bits and pieces of each and morphing them together to create my unique style of witchy ways. I transitioned to walking this path around 10 years ago and haven’t looked back.

Being able to have the freedom of deciding what to believe and how to practice that belief, I think, is what draws so many individuals to the path of witchcraft. And although many witches have disagreements with each other, sometimes to the point of casting against one another, we, as a whole community, tend to recognize, and accept the fact, that not everyone will have the same beliefs nor practice the same way. It is with this mindset of acceptance that allows practically every witch to coexist with other witches without having the fear of being unaccepted. Which is what has greatly kept me on this path, because having that acceptance meant a great deal to me.

This little virtual sacred space of mine has been a long and hard journey of its own. This blog and webstore sprouted out of a nearly unrealistic pipedream of my baby witch self. I started to collect magickal ingredients (such as red brick dust, herbs, moon water, etc.) that I could later package and sell in my witchcraft store of dreams. Unfortunately, due to some poor life choices I lost all of my collected inventory and ended up moving halfway across the states to live with my parents at 25 years old. Luckily I managed to get back on my feet rather quickly and was back on my own, with my current partner. During that time, however, this pipedream remained as such, staying on the backburner until I was ready to attempt starting it all over again.

A few years went by and that pipedream started to go cold. That is when an incredible opportunity fell into my lap that my whole being refused to let pass me by. And although this would now be my third go around in creating this wonderous space, I am happy that I jumped on that opportunity and never gave up on it, even after failing twice.


Welcome and Merry Meet!! All you beautiful witches, and non-witches alike. Welcome to Any Witches Way blog and webstore, a virtual sacred place where all are welcome and encouraged to join. Feel free to explore; check out our continually growing product catalog, and purchase something if you feel drawn to do so. If you don’t find something today be sure to come back and look again because we are still adding to and expanding our catalog.

Also, I invite you to leave me feedback, like a suggestions box. I am still new at all of this and I am learning more each day. I welcome constructive criticisms, suggestions, praises, et cetera. Or if you have any questions, qualms, or queries I encourage you to ask away and I will do my very best to respond to each and every one. You can do all of the above options in a couple different ways. You can leave a comment on this post. There should be a little section on the site where you can leave a message or feedback, but I will be honest and say that I am not 100% sure if or where it would be (sorry but i will make sure this option is available as soon as possible). Finally if neither of the other options suit you, you can email me directly at That is my personal email address that is dedicated strictly for members and visitors of blog and webstore.

I look forward to hearing from all of you!!

Until next time