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WitchVillage last won the day on March 20

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    Walking, Gardening, Reading, Dancing
  • How familiar are you with witchcraft?
    Moderately so. Plenty more to learn.
  • Have you explored other paths?
    I've read around but never committed to anything other than the Craft.
  • Have you ever worked with Traditional Witchcraft?
    Ocassional spellwork.
  • What does Traditional Witchcraft mean to you?
    A variegated group of folk-magickal practices, engaged in working with spirits and currents of natural power.
  • How long have you worked with witchcraft in general?
    I've explored in the past, but only re-committed to regular practice more recently.
  • What brought you to our site?
    Interested to learn about others' practices.
  • What do you expect to get from this site, and what do you expect to contribute to this forum?
    Helpful discussion.
  • Do you belong to any other online witchcraft sites?
  • What are your strongest points in witchcraft?
    Willingness to explore.
  • What are your weakest points in witchcraft?
    Absence of faith.
  • Additional Information.
    I have a fair amount of culinary herbs and traditional cottage garden plants with magickal associations. Beginning this Spring, I'm planning on gradually turning my whole garden into a magickal working space. Have lots of seeds to order and plenty of work to do. Am currently reading as much as I can around wortcunning, herbcraft and traditional plant lore.

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  1. Rereading Brian Bates 'The Way of Wyrd', which I read first when I was a teenager.
  2. Trust your intuition - every single time. Know that you are so much stronger than you think you are. Tread carefully. You are leaving the safety of ignorance, and entering wilder territory. Centre yourself in your own work. Follow your own star. Craft is tools and techniques. Arte is your talents. You will develop your arte by practicing the craft. Get on with the witching work. Get on with the workings. Do the practice. Maintain a log of your practice. Write it down. The way that ye fall, shall be the way that ye rise. Thou Art Witch. Own it Sister. It's yours by blood and by rite.
  3. Depending on what you're after, a nice large round copper pan could be used on the stove. A dutch oven on a fire. My old copper cauldron came from a junk shop (was sold as a large plant pot holder thing), it now sits on a 70's fondue parrafin burner, but I mostly use it atop the fire outside. I do use it to brew stuff, including herb infused wine and cider on a sabbat. I never burn anything in it, I see it as a vessel and tool of the water element, I also associate it to birth and death, Scorpio season, and the sea. It can also be used to 'birth' poppets and contain spellworking items while waiting for the right timing etc.
  4. Ohh, Melissa is so bonny! Yes an expansive Jupiter herbe in all ways, a member of the mint family, we have her all over the garden! Great for cracks in old concrete.
  5. REFRESHED THREAD Never gone down the route of ritual / witching ink. How do you go about ritually marking your body? Either temporarily or permenantly.
  6. I don't believe in the human soul doppleganger thing. My true "twin flame" so to speak, isn't actually incarnate in anyone, it's the Star Self
  7. Yum! I make pesto too, with all kinds of herbiage. Sunflower seeds are cheap where we are. Neat idea for a simple bit of kitchen witchery. In fact all kinds of herbal dressings (vinegars, oils, pestos) could be made in advance with purpose and intent, and chosen and used as and when.
  8. I bury mine as offerings to the wights in places of power.
  9. These are fabulous, enjoying your contributions to the discussion on here Jenn! :hearts2:
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