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The House Magical – Part Eight 'Stepping Out'

No house stands in isolation, not really. It’s fair to say that most of our homes are situated in streets, within villages, towns or cities. I’ve spent three months settling into our new home, getting into a new routine as well as starting on home improvements, I’ve been nesting big time. 975 more words

Traditional Witchcraft

Being Gone - Spell of Bravery

It’s only been a few years or so…

How many of these posts am I going to do apologizing that I haven’t blogged in a while? 756 more words


Thoughts on 2016

A collection of bullet points, since that’s about as coherent as I can get right now. I don’t even have enough orderly thought for a video. 1,522 more words

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The House Magical - Part Seven 'First Fires'

I never realised how much I would miss a fireplace until I never had one.  Having grown up in an Edwardian town house with a fireplace in almost every room I guess I took them for granted.  949 more words

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Village Witch: Life as a Village Wise Woman in the Wilds of West Cornwall by Cassandra Latham-Jones

As one can imagine, there will be plenty of people that would disregard the job title – witch. Not for Cassandra. She is a village witch and the Inland Revenue are fully aware of this fact. 143 more words


Sabbat of Yule

It was difficult for me to write about the Yule Sabbat for two reasons:  The first of the reasons that makes this one difficult to write about is because there is so much out there already on the magic and lore of this time of year that I didn’t want to be repetitive and the second reason is because there is not much growing outside in nature – making it less inspiring for me to write about.  803 more words

Cecil Williamson's Book of Witchcraft A Grimoire of The Museum of Witchcraft by Steve Patterson

A somewhat forgotten figure of Witchcraft, Cecil Williamson was somewhat overshadowed by the creator of Wicca; Gerald Gardner. Steve Patterson has managed to piece together some of Cecil’s life with as much information that was available to him and as a result we have this absolute gem. 156 more words