Tag: regional witchcraft
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…
Ten Ways You Can Explore Folk Witchcraft Today.
There seems to be an abundance of different styles of Witchcraft these days… There is traditional coven based Wicca, solitary Wicca, kitchen witchcraft, hearth witches, green witches, hedge witches, grey witches, earth witches and chaos witches. There are hereditary witches and new witches, trad witches and folk witches. There are more Witches than you can…
The Plant And Tree Lore Series: “Through The Ivy Curtain And Past It’s Tangled Snare”.
“Through the Ivy curtain and past it’s tangled snare, we tread so lightly and with care, uncertain of your intention. Will you bind and trap me here, or shall you cloak and shield? Climbing up the walls, masking windows half concealed, or choking trees and trailing off to find a newer field. Ivy, friend or…