Four Pillars: Elemental Magik 101

Join Dakota St. Clare in this practical approach to the elements & how to structure spellcraft, divination, spiritwork and more around them!

This class is an essential breakdown of the elements and their practical applications across a witch's practice - from spellcraft to divination to spiritwork, the elements play a key role and can be used to more effectively navigate our work. Join us as we dive into these building block of magik and learn why the elements are a key component in the cosmology and the methodology of various traditions.

In this class we will cover:

  • What are the elements?
  • How are they understood in various cultures?
  • Is there a fifth element?
  • Their usage as a major organizing principle for correspondences and the role they play in everything from astrology and plant magik to purification and protection.
  • How the elements have been related to the timing of spells
  • How to incorporate the elements into your work, including building elemental altars

This class is an exploration of each of the elements - their historical attributions, correspondences and significances ranging from the archangels to the zodiac. We'll examine the potent magikal potential in the seemingly limitless possible applications available to each witch. Attendees will learn how to further understand the element they are most aligned with, while also gaining an appreciation and working knowledge of the other elements and their individual importance. Join us for a fresh, unique look at the building blocks of our world.


Dakota St. Clare is one of Brooklyn’s premier witches, diviners and spiritual workers. They are a reader, educator and co-owner at Catland Books in Brooklyn, NY & the founder of St. Lucy Apothecary. They founded Witch School in 2019 and have assisted hundreds of students from all over the world in fully realizing their spiritual practice. Dakota has enjoyed international recognition for events like Hex Trump & Hex Brett Kavanaugh, and their work has been featured in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Vogue, Huffington Post, VICE, Broadly, Buzzfeed, TIME, Newsweek and MTV.