Friends and kin are sharing stories about their Craft history. These are important. As many of the people involved are now dead, I don’t mind naming some of the names, other’s I’ll keep to myself…and some have been public for a long time.
So, despite being raised in a nominally Christian home (Mother was Assembly of God, Dad was Southern Baptist), I somehow wound up a Witch.
An important piece of American Pagan History The origins of this book date back into the 1960s, when a group of American and English Pagans decided to form an association to “spread the word” that Paganism was alive and well …Continue reading →
Spells, everyone wants spells. Paul Huson, author of Mastering Witchcraft, probably has the best guidelines on casting spells, in his section on the “Witch’s Pyramid”. As my copy isn’t readily available at the moment, I’ll forego quoting it, and simply …Continue reading →
The Berwick Witches In the 1590’s a number of people from East Lothian, Scotland, were accused of witchcraft in the St Andrew’s Auld Kirk in North Berwick. The trials ran for two years and implicated nearly 100 people. The accused …Continue reading →
The Witches Reel Cummer gae ye afore, cummer gae ye, Gin ye winna gae, cummer let me, Ring-a-ring-a-widdershins Linkin lithely widdershins, Cummers carlin cron and queyn Roun gae we. Cummer go ye before, cummer go ye Gif ye willna go …Continue reading →