In Backwoods Witchcraft, Jake Richards offers up a folksy stew of family stories, lore, omens, rituals, and conjure crafts that he learned from his great-grandmother, his grandmother, and his grandfather, a Baptist minister who Jake remembers could "rid someone of a fever with an egg or stop up..
"Regional Traditional Witchcraft" is a guide to a form of witchcraft that focuses on the natural world and ancestors rather than deity worship and harvest festivals. This animistic approach to witchcraft encourages practitioners to connect with their local environment and find their craft ..
"Ellen Dugan's books were a game-changer for me when it comes to understanding witchcraft. While I've moved away from the specific brand of paganism she writes about, I still find value in her conversational writing style and the way she shares stories from her own personal experiences...
"Botanical Curses and Poisons" is a comprehensive guide to toxic plants and their role in folklore and history. From apple to oleander, author Fez Inkwright delves into the untold stories behind a variety of lethal flora and their use in crime, religion, and magic. Each plant is beautifull..
In Brainscan #33 DIY Witchery, I share my personal journey with witchcraft. I have been studying and practicing for over a decade and it has played a significant role in my personal growth. This zine is not a how-to guide, but rather a personal narrative of my experiences with witchcraft. I discuss ..
In January 2020 there was an article/review of a witchcraft book where the author attempted to become a witch in a week by following the ideas in the book. They came to the conclusion that modern witches were anti-vax climate and change deniers. The internet witches freaked out! One cle..
In 20 years of publishing Brainscan zine there is one incredibly important thing in my life that I have not written about, and that is witchcraft. I am a witch and I have been studying and practicing witchcraft for over a decade and it has been a very useful tool in my life and personal growth.T..
From the publisher:"An extended essay by one of the most prolific modern writers on witchcraft lore, examining the question of "why witches flew."The "flight" of the medieval witches was a rapturous transportation to the distant, ecstatic rite of the Sabbat. As has ..
by Althaea SebastianiWarding is a practical means of magickal protection using physical objects as anchor points for energy. It is a preventative measure that uses your skill as a witch to tap into wild and ancient forces in order to take very ordinary objects and render them powerful wards.
This is a 3.5" mortar and pestle made of cast iron. Good for grinding herbs and resisns or to hold charocoal for buring incense.Note: cast iron is reactive with some plant material like tomatoes. Please use with caution...
This fully annotated transcript from one of the great unsung heroes of witchcraft shares a wonderful collection of hands-on practices for the traditional witch. You will also discover a history of the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic that Cecil founded, a treatise on the practices of the wayside witch..