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T is for TRUST

*From our series: “Our ABC’s of Wicca, from the perspective of the Coven of the Wolfa”

Trust can be easily established, but so hard to repair when it is lost. 42 more words

Witch In Progress

When I first started this blog it was always my intention that it would be more of a journal than anything, over the years it seems to have strayed away from the initial idea and wandered off down a path of its own making. 3,497 more words

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P is for PEACE

*From our series:  “Our ABC’s of Wicca, from the perspective of the Coven of the Wolfa”

Peace is very important to Wicca, or more accurately: Harmony. 277 more words

W is for Woodruff

Woodruff (Galium odoratum) is one of my favourite herbs of early summer. Beneath the burgeoning trees and shrubs of woodland and garden, small tufts of white flowers emerge from grassy green foliage, Sweet Woodruff covers the ground, rampantly spreading itself over the earth, a white flecked carpet of fresh vibrant green, exuding the scent of freshly cut grass. 1,131 more words

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The Seattle Fairy Doctor

To further my Fairy Doctoring, I have created a site to help advertise my services.

The Seattle Fairy Doctor

K is to "Know Thyself!"

*From our series:  “Our ABC’s of Wicca, from the perspective of the Coven of the Wolfa”

Like many of the ancient temples and schools of the Mediterranean, many of our covens have the words: “Know Thyself” prominently displayed at our temple entrances.  49 more words

It lives in a thought, and breaths through an action

Defining witchcraft has been haunting me for a time. It is something that cannot be limited to simple definitions. Witchcraft is a living and breathing word that changes like the world. 569 more words