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A Political Plea

“If liberty and equality, as is thought by some are chiefly to be found in democracy, they will be best attained when all persons alike share in the government to the utmost.” 660 more words

Traditional Witchcraft

The Story So Far...

I want to tell you a story, it’s not a fairy tale or even fantastical in anyway, there are no mystical creatures or ancient artefacts involved, no revelations from heaven, no family secrets and definitely no grannies or long lost aunts. 3,923 more words

Traditional Witchcraft

The Cult of Sacred Wells: Introduction

  “There is no superstition stronger in Ireland than a belief in the curative power of the sacred wells that are scattered over the country; fountains of health and healing which some saint had blessed, or by which some saint had dwelt in the far-off ancient times. 1,115 more words

Questions from Tumblr...Gender and the Healer

In one of your old posts about the connotations of the term “witchcraft” you wrote “The witch is generally the one who goes against the social grain. 440 more words

Folk Magic

Keepers of the Verdant Path

I finally got my coven up and running again! Woohoo, I’m so excited. We held a ritual over the weekend and realized it had been a year since our last one. 79 more words

Pagan / Witchy Things

Eastertide Folklore

Eastertide is an important time for performing certain blessing rites. For example, Good Friday is an important day to gather graveyard dirt (in the proper way, don’t just go gathering up graveyard dirt without knowing how to do it.) Holy Saturday is a good day to bless new plants and your land with holy water; it’s also a good day for cleansing baths. 227 more words

Folk Magic

My Autumn Equinox 2015

I have just finished decorating my seasonal altar which was a little tricky with such a big preggy belly. So I’ve kept it simple this year and quite like the way it turned out. 153 more words

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