Metroplex Magick Supplies

So, things have quieted down here at my little studio; much of my business depends on faires and events, which are not happening right now! It gives me pause to consider ramping up my online presence at bit. Personally, I prefer to meet people and let them touch and explore my pottery so that they find “their” piece. Regardless! I figured this would be a good time to share a little bit about some local magick and metaphysical shops in The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Do some research on the locals and decide where to go when the malaise of quarantine has lifted.

First off, you need this map. It’s a Google Map with a collection of all the metaphysical shops in the DFW area that have a physical location. This list does not contain online-only retailers or artists. This list does not include energy workers, psychics, mediums, etc. We’re just dealing with shop-owning suppliers and artists here.

CAVEAT! I haven’t been to all the shops listed on the map. The Metroplex is big. Like, you would be driving all day and then some, aaaaaand probably use up a tank of gas if you were to travel to ALL of these shops. This post will likely become a living post, so I can update details on shops I HAVE visited. I’ll also note that not all of the shops on the map are specifically oriented at serving the pagan community at large. Example, Central Market is a specialty grocery store that happens to have a most excellent selection of fresh herbs, dried herbs, incense, essential oils, teas, and more.


Map Last Updated: 03/2020
My Visit List Last Updated: 04/2020

Enchanted Forest – I’ve been coming here for years. The owners are friendly and knowledgeable: my husband often gets pulled into long discussions when he makes tarot 2020card purchases! They have a good selection of herbs, crystals, and jewelry. Online presence? They’re pretty OG. Not much social media, not much website. I visit primarily for the chit-chat and immersion. Last visit: 01/2020

Rock Barrell – I’m relatively sure my fairy godmother took me to their first location when I was small to purchase my very first crystal necklace. It was all downhill from there. This shop caters primarily to jewelers, but you want to get you some fancy rocks? They gotchu. From polished glass to expensive specimens behind the case, these guys have a good selection. They also have a high-quality selection of findings, so if you’re the crafty type you can purchase all the components to custom-make yourself something special. Online presence? Negligible. You want to actually visit in person.  Last visit: 01/2020

Fort Witch – Don’t let the size fool you. While this shop is itty bitties, it packs a punch from all sorts of local artists. They have a fine herb selection, candles, and other basic altar supplies, as well as lovely handicrafts from local pagans and witchy folk. Online presence? Big. They stay quite up-to-date. Last visit: 01/2020

Retro Revolution Plano – This is more of a classic head shop, but dang they have a collection of goodies that sure appeals to my hippie-pagan self. Obviously they have a good selection of incense, as well as pipes and whatnot, many by local glass artists. You’re also likely to find some cool wall tapestries and other goods to spice up your personal altar space. (They also have a Dallas location, which I have not visited.) Online presence? Not a whole lot. Another shop you have to visit and poke around in.  Last visit: 11/2019

Silver Pyramid – Uh oh, I haven’t visited here in a few years. How embarrassing. My last visit was pleasant, though as soon as the quarantine is over, I believe I will drop in and give a more deserved evaluation. Last visit: A wee bit too long ago.

SoulTopia – Oddly enough, I haven’t actually been to either of their locations, but I’ve visited their booths at several fairs I’ve been to. They have a wonderful collection of all sorts of supplies, and the owners make a massive effort to reach out to the community. Their online presence is huge: they have podcasts, Facebook Live events, the works. It almost feels as if I have visited. Last visit: Mobile booth 10/2020

 


Disclaimer: All opinions and observations are mine. While I may be friendly with the locals, they’re not compensating me in any way. I purely made this list and map to help other pagans and weirdos locate where like minds shop. Do you know of a shop that should be on the map? Let me know! I only write an opinion on places I have actually patronized. Feel free to share this map with anyone you please.

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