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My name is Zanna, join me on my path as a Priestess and Folk Witch. I will share with you my life and practice. From living on a small urban homestead and utilising old folk ways and skills in my everyday life, to the folk witchcraft I practice daily.
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The Folk Witchcraft Series: Folk Witchcraft And Prayer.
Hello and welcome to the folk witchcraft series, part of the ongoing premium content subscription service, where for £4 a month, you can have access to two exclusive blogs on the following Folk Witch topics: – Spirits Of The Land Series– Tree And Plant Lore Series– The Folk Witchcraft Series– The Grimoire Series– The Divination…
The Tree And Plant Lore Series: The Rose.
This salt dough based poppet is used to help initiate a healing journey for someone who has experienced a broken heart. Perhaps through a break up or a more complicated divorce. This poppet working is not designed to be made by the one who is suffering with the broken heart, but rather by someone like…
Kitchen Witchcraft: Rune Cookie Recipe.
Hello and welcome to Diary Of A Folk Witch, a learning platform open to all! For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Zanna and I am a Lancashire based folk witch, Priestess, and birth doula. The aim of this website is to provide free or affordable content and learning on all…
Folklore And Spirits Of The Land Series: Haunted Liverpool, Then And Now.
Hello and welcome to the folklore and spirits of the land series, part of the ongoing premium content subscription service, where for £4 a month, you can have access to two exclusive blogs each month on the following Folk Witch topics: – Spirits Of The Land Series– Tree And Plant Lore Series– The Folk Witchcraft…
“Lament Of A Pendle Witch”, A Poem by ZBK
Today I would like to take the time to share with you a poem that I wrote primarily to tell the story of how a Lancashire Witch may have felt in the run up to trial- though I appreciate a lot of artistic licence is involved here, and this poem certainly has a neo-pagan flare…
Diary Of A Folk Witch Entry: When The Wind Blows.
Date: Friday the 13th January 2023Moon Phase: Waning gibbous Location: Lancashire (home)Weather: Rain and winds, 5 degrees Celsius. There is something about the way in which the wind rolls down from the Lancashire moors and whips, whistles, and howls around the nearby suburban houses, where I live, that truly fills me with quiet awe.Since early…