Brainscan Zine issues #33 and #34: DIY Witchery
secular witchcraft zines
A 2 zine set about Alex Wrekk's exploration of secular Witchcraft:
Zine #1: Brainscan #33 - DIY Witchery
Description: "Brainscan #33 - DIY Witchery" invites you into a deeply personal journey through the world of witchcraft. Over the course of a decade, the author has explored and practiced witchcraft, and this zine shares their unique experiences. It's not a how-to guide, but rather an insightful personal narrative. The author delves into their journey into witchcraft, the development of their secular and non-pagan practice, and the distinctions between their approach and contemporary witchcraft. They also tackle critical issues within the modern pagan and witchcraft communities, including discussions on racism, cultural appropriation, colonialism, and capitalism, reflecting their intersectional politics. For those interested in venturing on their own path, the zine offers tips and resources.
Zine #2: Brainscan #34 - A Dabbler's Week of DIY Witchery
Description: "Brainscan #34 - A Dabbler's Week of DIY Witchery" is a zine born out of a challenge sparked by a controversial witchcraft book review in January 2020. The review suggested that modern witches were anti-vaccine and climate change deniers, leading a witch to question what it really takes to explore witchcraft for a week. The author, an experienced witch, takes up the challenge and presents their response in this zine.
Within these pages, daily activities are proposed, designed to shift your perspective and introduce you to the world of witchcraft. Activities include space cleansing, simple energy exercises, correspondences, animism, and basic spells. All of this is presented in a friendly, non-authoritative tone, making it perfect for those curious about witchcraft.
- Stock: 199806
- Weight: 4.00oz
- Dimensions: 7.00in x 4.25in x 0.10in