"Does Witchcraft really work?" Is probably the question I get asked the most. In my mind, there is no doubt. Maybe the problem is not that it doesn't work; maybe you just don't understand how it does work. Allow me to explain.
This articles talks about the consequences of witchcraft. How spells work, what to look for in a spell caster and what to expect.
As part of my ongoing series on how to become a witch and practice witchcraft, we will cover how to cast your first spell!
Medieval witches made flying ointments they smeared on broomsticks to help them fly to their sabbaths. Many herbs used as ingredients for flying ointments are poisonous and hallucinogenic plants.
If you are studying herbal magic or any form of Witchcraft that involves herbs, let me introduce you to aloe! Here are details, how to grow it, its many medicinal, magical and folk uses!
This folk magic technique may seem simple, but it can bring about great results depending on the energy you put into it. It can be used by adherents to any spiritual path.
"Why didn't my spell work?" There's more to spell casting than just following a step-by-step instruction. If your spells are not working, it's time to examine them and the way you cast them.
Queen Elizabeth I stands as probably the greatest and most influential queen England has ever known, but there is one aspect of her story that is known by very few people.
Here I am providing the fairy shaman or fairy friend with recipes for fairy potions for various times of the year, specifically on three of the most sacred of Celtic holidays. Enjoy and drink at your own risk.