Category Archives: Famous Witches and Wizards

PBP: The Fantasy and Reality of Witchcraft and Paganism

My first glimpses into the world of Wicca, Paganism, and Witchcraft came through a somewhat uncommon source: estate sales.  As a child I went to estate sales every Saturday and Thursday morning with my Granny.  Granny was creative, so she … Continue reading

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Scratching Back: chicken’s foot charms

Chicken’s feet charms are common in the American South, Voodoo, Hoodoo, and Conjure traditions.  These traditions focus on a practical, low-cost approach to magick: which is part of what I like about them.  Another advantage of Hoodoo is that it’s … Continue reading

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Circe the Enchantress: Working with Archetypes

This week’s PBP prompt is C – so I am going to write about Circe.  I have seen in some Pagan literature Circe referred to as a goddess figure, and in some literature almost reinvented.  First, I am going to say … Continue reading

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