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#1 FromHerWithLove

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Posted 02 September 2016 - 03:47 PM

I tried using the search box for this one but nothing came up so sorry if I overlooked something.

I love reading, however I do learn better from watching videos and documentaries. I was wondering if anyone knew of some good videos on topics such as the history of Traditional Witchcraft or just general topics about it?


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#2 Zombee

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Posted 02 September 2016 - 11:35 PM

Just check you.tube for traditional and Cornish witchcraft. There are a few good one's amongst the lot...beware it raised my monthly bill and my eyes crossed when I spent all day for two weeks on you.tube, so just sayin'. There's one called black chair with an interview with Gemma Gary on YT and more through Troy Press publishing.

There are very few "how-to's" as almost everything gleaned in print, and on YT, that I've encountered anyhow, is piecemeal from historical witch trials, and the rare cases where some things truly survived.

I have found some how-to lay a compass videos, which were useful. And book reviews by MrShadowbwoy as well as his just thoughtful videos are well done.

Edited to add ref. To Cornish WC

Edited by Zombee, 04 September 2016 - 03:09 PM.

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#3 BlackbirdSong

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Posted 06 June 2018 - 10:13 AM

Definitely agree with Zombee about looking up the Black Chair interview with Gemma Gary and the Troy Press. Not sure is radio is your thing or just film, but Gordon White does a Youtube Radio Show called Rune Soup that can be really good and there's lots of info during some of the chats (depending on the guest). Scarlet Imprint have been on there and spoken to him, there's also some interesting stuff on Scarlet Imprint's channel and a good one on SittingNow TV called The Mirror of Sacrifice and Alkistis Dimech demonstrates some movements and covers some ways of inducing trance - I found that particularly good. She talks about connecting to Babalon, but much of it can be applied elsewhere. The Occulture podcast (Youtube) can be good too. Peter Paddon's channel is still up and he always had good and informative videos that covered history and how it applies to now, so if you haven't seen those they are worth a listen. 


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#4 Solanaceae

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Posted 06 June 2018 - 10:55 AM

Check out the section films and occult programs on this forum, there are lots of suggestions there.
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