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Historical practices of witchcraft: Day 3- Sieve

Place two keys on a sieve, in time form of a cross. Two men hold the sieve, while a third makes the sign of time cross on time forehead of the suspected party, and calls out his name loudly, three times over.

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The First Confession of Isobel Gowdie

ISOBEL GOWDIE, appearing penitent for her heinous sins of Witchcraft, and that she had been overlong in that service, without any compulsion proceeded in her CONFESSIONS in the following manner, to wit: 275 more words

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Historical practices of witchcraft: Day 1 "The Toad Stone"

Engraved on the silver band: ” Toad Stone the Charm long used by the Mearns Witches. Bequeathed by the last of them to Jean Donald and by her to James Maxwell Graham Esqr in 1813″.

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Black Moon Sabbat

Tonight we shall feast

along with the dead.

Releasing the beast

whom we shall wed.

On the moonless night

the rite will be done.

With toads we take flight…

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Earth-Centered? Nope! Er, maybe...

So, last week I skipped my Pagan Experience post. Partly because I was in full production mode over at FiberWytch (still am, in fact), which tends to make me feel overwhelmed; as I still work at an outside job part time, and I have invisible illnesses, multitasking can be a challenge. 966 more words

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Riddle Fisher

Welcome to my new refurbished blog!


I woke up this morning and felt possessed by and urge to shake things up a bit. I have tried blogging before and I thoroughly enjoy writing, although I seldom have the time these days. 535 more words

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Dark Moon and the Renouncing

I have to say that February has been the most active month for my craft in a long time. Just a few weeks ago, I had participated in the Sabbat along with various other witches. 215 more words