Everyone can use a little extra cash now and then. If Witchcraft is your way of giving a little boost toward the things you need, you may find this charm bag is just what you need.
If you want to learn Witchcraft, you don't need a spell book; you don't need to run out and buy an altar full of tools. What you really need to begin with is training the mind.
If you want your spells to work, you can't just cast them and expect things to fall out of the air. You need to create channels for them. What's a channel and how do you make one? That's easy! Read...
Looking for a mentor or teacher to help you with Witchcraft? There are a lot of people who are not what they claim to be. Here's what you should look for.
Candle Magic is one of the most beautiful types of magic. It’s perfect for beginning spell casters as well as potent enough to satisfy advanced practitioners. If you’ve always wanted to try candle magic,...
What's the difference between a potion and a brew? What's a mojo bag, or a witches bottle? Learn the terminology for your Witch Crafting right here...
It's a question that many new Witches -- and even some long-time Witches -- will ask. Everyone has their opinion. Here's mine-- with my reasons. You be the judge.
Today a witch's familiar is seen as a cuddly, cute household pet such as a cat or dog. But the original witch's familiar was anything but cute. Often these familiars were thought to be shifty spirits.
For many centuries, witches have anointed themselves with salves and oils known as flying ointments. These were thought to give them the ability to fly on brooms. You can make some yourself, today.
A witch ball is a hand-blown glass ornament of varying colors, shapes, and sizes that can be hung outside of a home or business or placed on a pillar in a garden. Most people don't know them as "witch balls"...
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