Category : Herbology


Plants, Herbs & Dark Magic

There are plants believed to bring about evil or bad luck, especially if they are planted near the home or bloom out of season.

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The Sixth Sense of Plants

Plants have feelings, they feel pain, love, empathy and have a nervous system just like humans

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The Spirit of Plants

Plants like humans have a mind, a nervous system, a body and a soul.

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The Mystery of Flowers and Plants

Witches and apothecaries have been aware of the mysterious and magical properties of plants and flowers for centuries, using them for healing and magic spells.

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Food Magic for Witches

Historically witches practiced food magic with a variety of tools used to add power to their rituals. They used crystals, essences, incense, oils, and affirmations, to help channel the power. The ancients were known to eat foods containing a specific…

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Herb Magic for Witches

Herbs have been used by witches for eons, Myrrh was burned on a daily basis by the ancient Egyptians this was done as an offering to the gods, and there were many stories told about people and gods being transformed…

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Cottage Witchery

The Kitchen Witch Sharing a meal with friends or those you love is a ritual in itself, there is a certain energy associated with this simple pleasure, and with the magic of food our life is sustained. The oven is…

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Plant and Herb Magic

Plant magic is an age old tradition dating back to ancient Egyptian times, plant magic has been used for many purposes such as healing, self empowerment, love spells and protection, each plant has its own magical properties and strengths and…

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The Secret Language of Flowers

The secret language of flowers is an ancient tradition that dates back to antiquity, it was most widely used in the 19th century during Queen Victoria’s reign, the language sometimes called floriography is the arrangement of various flowers which are…

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