Harvest Home

Welcoming the dark half of the year as we absorb the power of balance on this most magical day. Light in Dark. Dark in Light. Hailing in Harvest Home.


Kindra Ravenmoon xx

This day also marks the 20th birthday of my beautiful physical familiar Mabon. He obtained this pagan name because I found him close to midnight, on the eve of this wonderful day. Fall Equinox and Harvest Home just didn’t sound right for a cat’s name. Maybe Equinox or Autumn, could have worked but still for this kitty, unfitting. He is definitely a Mabon.

What’s most magical, the night prior to finding Mabon, I prayed to Lucifer, asking for a physical familiar, my soul animal. I wanted to rescue a cat from the ASPCA eventually soon, but really wanted to save one off the street. I ask the Old One, to bring me a Main Coon. I always wanted a cat of this breed, beautiful and full of character. When stating my wants, I pushed my request to specifics, asking for either an all white or totally black cat. Well, within 24 hours, give or take, after praying to Lucifer to bring me this specific magical cat, I found him abandoned along side of a highway. Mabon is a Maine Coon, and as you can see from the picture shown, he’s black and white. Guess the Devil figured, she’s being really picky yet this witch can’t make up her damn mind, so there! Well, I’m not complaining. Mabon has been a blessing in my life ever since.

HAPPY 20TH BIRTHDAY MABON! )🥳 Love my cat 🍁🍂❤️❤️❤️🍁🍂

In this photo he took it upon himself to be my model. I was doing some creative photography for a pagan/occult magazine. The editor loved him and Mabon got to be in the issue, appearing in a few articles I might add.

(Copyright Kindra Ravenmoon)

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Kindra Ravenmoon is an occult author and all-around witchy woman. The devil, witchcraft, and folk magic are the elements she brings into her contemporary writing and personal practice. Best known for her books on witchcraft and the occult, her articles have appeared in scholarly journals and numerous publications such as Wyntergreene, 8 Sabbats, Montreal's Magical Circle,, Spider's Web, Bizarre, and Ninth Gate. Inspiring others with what she shares through her books, blog, and select social media outlets, she also offers consultancy through tarot and the crystal ball, to help people develop their spiritual path for a more enlightened and prosperous living. Kindra Ravenmoon is the author of Gems of the Adversary (found on Lulu), Faces of Lucifer (out of print since 2015), Natural Satanic Witchcraft (off the market Jan.2020), Gaia's Little Book of Crystals for Healing & Magic (found on Lulu), and "Lucifer a Devotional" (available on Amazon). Residing in Canada she finds joy in having an independent practice of witchcraft, experiencing the witches' devil and the spirits of nature within this country's four vivid seasons. Kindra holds degrees in religious studies (Western Esotericism and Related Currents) from the University of Exeter (England) and; in Gemology at the Scandinavian Gem Academy. Having previous involvement within established esoteric organizations, published in various sources, and with close to forty years of practical experience, under her belt, Kindra Ravenmoon has earned her title within the occult and witchcraft today.

8 thoughts on “Harvest Home

  1. Beautiful cat. Happy 20th birthday Mabon! The perfect familiar. I do like your story of how you came to meet … The Old One always responds to sincere prayers from His Devotees. I love the pendant on Mabon in the picture. So suits him! 🙂 Wishing you & Mabon a magnificent & happy Equinox!

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  2. Hi. I like Autumn, but tend to get depressed here in the winter. The days are cold, short and dark. I am glad Mabon is doing well. I didn’t know cats could live so long. Speaking of cats, I think there might be some truth to the old legend that crossing a black cat is bad luck, because last week there was a black cat in my path, and I even pet it. A few days later I got a strange illness, which seemed to be a combination of great weakness and anxiety. I even thought I might have contradicted the virus, which we are all familiar with. Thankfully, I am fully recovered now. I’ve crossed black cats before but never had any apparent bad luck. I hope you are safe and secure from the devastating effects of hurricane Fiona. Stay warm and safe.

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    1. Hi Albert! Thanks for sharing. Mabon is doing great. Yes, indoor cats can live into their 30s but that’s rare. Glad that you are better but I don’t believe it was the black cat that made you sick. That’s a silly superstition that came about through Greek mythology when Hera turned her servant into a black cat as punishment for something involving Zeus. Thanks for your concern. That hurricane is on the other side of the country. Far from me, so I’m safe and enjoying the fall weather (:


  3. I see you have cards with the pentagram next to Mabon. A few years ago when I was reading Buckland’s book on witchcraft, I had it next to me one night when I was sleeping. It has a pentagram on the cover. That night I had an incredible lucid dream experience. I was asleep, but fully conscious. A witch kept going in and out of my room through the wall and whispering things in my ear. I don’t remember what she was saying, but she kept getting close to my ear and rambling on and on about something. She was not physical. This was a totally spiritual experience. My guess is that the pentagram image worked as a conduit to attract her into my environment. I think images like the pentagram channel supernatural beings. I hope this isn’t off topic; I just wanted to share this. Mabon looks happy and healthy.

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  4. Hi Albert. Thanks for sharing your very interesting experience. Those cards I had since the age of 16, it was my first tarot. It’s an out-of-print collectible now, I feel fortunate to own it. Pentagrams and pentacles are portals, so I’m not surprised that something opened to let that witch spirit into your environment, or that having that besides your bed, caused you to lucid dream, to begin with. You seem to be very sensitive to such phenomena, to begin with, so it’s no wonder your interest in magic and the paranormal. Thank you again for sharing (:


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