Monthly Archives: June 2017

“The bloody birth of a Wild Witch.”

“The bloody birth of a Wild Witch.” “Wild. Ancient. Carefree. Who were we as witches before we learnt What the world told us to be?” – Joey Morris In passing, it can seem as though the reclamation of ones inner … Continue reading

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Deep in my Soul Bones – Witchcraft of the Void

Art- Valdris Bagdonis It is often said that on the other side of Fear is everything you could ever want. As a Witch, I struggled with the shadow of my fear, afraid to move away from the comfortable box which … Continue reading

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Witch Musings: Midsummer Submergence

Image Source – Voodica So far, 2017 has been a year of fluctuation that has highlighted how damaging polarisation can become in the social and cultural landscapes. In the Musing about the energies of Spring essay the emphasis was on … Continue reading

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