Nature and magic is all around us. Within us. Everywhere. The power of the seasons, the power to calm, the power to heal, the ebb and flow of the tide, the land, sun, sea, stars, moon. It is time to get back to basics.

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UK traditional witch, rootworker, folk magic practitioner, barefoot in the grass homesteading type & complimentary holistic therapist.

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Samhain – The real reason for the Hallowe’en season

When you think of Hallowe’en you may think of trick or treaters, ghosts and ghouls, pumpkins, candles and some may even think it is a night for evil magical antics. Where some of the above may have their place in Hallowe’en or Samhain as Witches call it, anything evil could not be further from the truth. Over 2000 years ago, the Celts celebrated the festival of Samhain (pronounced Sow-wain, Sow-win or Sow-ween depending on where in the world you come from!) which was based on the old tradtional farming calendar. This festival was two fold. To celebrate the last harvest

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Talismans, amulets & charms – Differences, similarities & how to use them.

In various TV programmes, movies and even in some witchcraft and magical literature the terms ‘talisman’, ‘amulet’ and ‘charm’ seem to be used interchangeably and this sadly is incorrect as each item as it’s own meaning and use, but there are similarities and they can be used together (just to make things even more confusing!). So, in order to clear some of these ideas up, I hope this post helps to demystify which one is which and what does what! Talismans Talismans provide the owner with energy, power or other special perks or assistance. Talismans are usually inscribed with, or

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A traditional witch’s words to live by

There are many wiccan versions of the ’13 words to live by’ for wiccans, but these systems would not make sense nor sit well with a traditional witch so I thought I would write a traditional witches version for you all! Here goes… It is not sufficient to just say you are a witch or to ‘dabble’ in witchcraft. You must live as a witch. Do not look for excuses for why you cannot follow the path. Embrace your journey, even if it twists and turns. Accept responsibility for your failures as well as your successes. We all make mistakes.

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The tools of the trade of a traditional witch

The one thing I absolutely love about traditional witchcraft is the way we ‘do stuff’. We don’t use lots of tools, chanting, waving of arms or long rituals. In fact the tools we have are just everyday items to do every day magic. So I thought I would list a few of the well known tools of the trade from Wicca and show you how we use them (if at all) in traditional witchcraft, and if we do use them, what we can use as substitutes from every day items. Also before you read on please understand that EVERY WITCH

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The 3 laws of magic and how to use them

Magic is something we all have inside us. Whether we pray, wish, bless or create a focused thought. Magic comes from with us in the form of intent and in my earlier and very brief post called “What is Magic?” I talk about this quickly. However, there are the 3 laws that magic can use and we can we harness them to create a stronger connection. The Law Of Attraction The law of attraction, often called LoA, is the process of what you think will happen, will happen. Ever heard the saying that ‘if you want something badly enough you’ll

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The Magic of Yule

The crisp winter air, the feeling of snow on your cheeks.  The smell of pine trees, cinnamon, oranges, cloves and cookies baking in the oven.  The long dark nights and the clear skies full of stars that shine brightly like diamonds glinting down on us.  I am talking about my favourite time of year and one the festivals that we celebrate as a family, Yule. Yule, also known as Midwinter or the Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year and the shortest day. The solstice falls between the 20th and 23rd of December each year but traditionalists often celebrate

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