Tag: Witchcraft

Mystic Lady: An Interview With Katelan Foisy

  I would like to start at the beginning. How did you discover the world of magic and mysticism? I grew up in a small town in MA. My grandmother worked with herbs and was formerly a nurse during WWII. She came over to the US for a better life with her American soldier husband

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An Interview with WytchenWood

Let me introduce you to some very special people. WytchenWood –  cunning-folk based on the Welsh borders who provide witchcraft supplies in the form of talismans, herbal charms, runes and much more. Every piece is handmade with their local ingredients. I was very lucky to be able to ask them a few questions about their work

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Village Witch: Life as a Village Wise Woman in the Wilds of West Cornwall by Cassandra Latham-Jones

  As one can imagine, there will be plenty of people that would disregard the job title – witch. Not for Cassandra. She is a village witch and the Inland Revenue are fully aware of this fact. Cassandra decided to write this book as a way of telling her story. With quite a difficult tale

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Cecil Williamson’s Book of Witchcraft A Grimoire of The Museum of Witchcraft by Steve Patterson

  A somewhat forgotten figure of Witchcraft, Cecil Williamson was somewhat overshadowed by the creator of Wicca; Gerald Gardner. Steve Patterson has managed to piece together some of Cecil’s life with as much information that was available to him and as a result, we have this absolute gem. The inspiration came from the discovery of

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Spells From The Wise Woman’s Cottage by Steve Patterson

  Steve Patterson is a folklorist who has brought the magic of Cornwall into the pages of this beautifully bound book. If you have been lucky enough to venture down there or even seen some snippets on their website then you may know that The Witchcraft Museum in Boscastle have set up a scene that

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The British Book of Spells and Charms: A Compilation of Traditional Folk Magic by Graham King

Graham King is the former owner and curator of the Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle Cornwall. In this book he has gathered a wealth of traditional charms and spells used in the folk-magical tradition. If you are interested in searching deeper into the historical traditions of the cunning folk then this is certainly a book

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