The Sabbats celebrate the eternal circle of life – birth, death and rebirth. These seasonal holidays have been followed for many thousands of years by ancient cultures such as Nordic, Celtic and Greek.
Throughout history witches have been persecuted due to misconceptions, and fear based hysteria. Most witches who were targeted were healers and midwives, there to do good not evil as so many wrongly believed. You would be surprised to know how…
Superstition paints a very dark picture of witches, they are described as old, bent, unattractive, bow legged, stringy haired practitioners of dark magick, always accompanied by their ever faithful and equally dastardly familiar.
Self perception is consciousness of self through the five senses, your sixth sense takes you to a new level of perception, this can be tapped through hypnosis, trance states, dreams and deep meditation
The Witches’ Pyramid – Also known as the Four Pillars of the Witches’ Temple, is the foundation for all magical work and represents the mindset necessary to create magic and the qualities to be embraced by all witches.
Elementals – Are spirits of the elements, earth – air – fire – water, gnomes are earth elementals, sylphs are air elementals, salamanders are fire elementals and undines (also nymphs) are water elements.
Cunning folk – Traditionally the cunning man or cunning woman was a person who, healed, worked magic, created herbal remedies, provided charms, anti-witch measures, spells, and fortune telling services, they were paid a fee for their work.
Amulets – Are objects imbued with magical protective properties, warding off bad luck, loss, illness, evil and curses. They are used to ensure a happy, healthy, prosperous life, and for protection during rituals, and magic work.