A LIST OF BOOKS FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN TRADITIONAL WITCHCRAFT

Of course one can only recommend books they have read themselves. These are not the only books in my collection. In fact a few of them belong to friends who were kind enough to allow me to camp in …

Gemma Gary - Traditional Witchcraft and Charming in Cornwall.  Witches ladder being blessed over an incense burner  before hanging it in the corner of the room. Made at the start of the Witches year (Samhain) and burned at the end of the year on the bonfire.

Gemma Gary - Traditional Witchcraft and Charming in Cornwall. Witches ladder being blessed over an incense burner before hanging it in the corner of the room. Made at the start of the Witches year (Samhain) and burned at the end of the year on the bonfi

Traditional Witch-There are still many more types of witches – these are the most common. In the last decade more people practicing have branched out as individuals and found certain strengths and attractions to become a force all their own. Go with how you as an individual feel, as you never have to “fit” into a category – these are just here to help you if you don’t quite know what type you are yet. You just may have a connection to one. Good luck on your Journey  Aldora

Magick Wicca Witch Witchcraft: Gemma Gary - Traditional and Charming in Cornwall.

Page of my BoS including the four directions of the witches compass, taken from; Traditional Witchcraft, by Gemma Gary @fern-goddess In response to your question to my other blog, these are the meanings behind the sigils/seals, hope this helps

candles-crystals-cauldrons: “ Page of my BoS including the four directions of the witches compass, taken from; Traditional Witchcraft, by Gemma Gary In response to your question to my.

North, south, east and west from "Traditional Witchcraft: A Cornish Book of Ways" by Gemma Gary.

fuckyeahpaganism:Gemma Gary’s Seals of the Four Roads, via... (silverwitch)

Types of Traditional Witchcraft (ceremonial magic based -- I would consider older form of Wicca, such as Gardenerian and Alexandrian, to be religious forms of Traditional Witchcraft, being religion based rather than craft based, hence why it is rarely called Traditional WitchCRAFT).

Types of Traditional Witchcraft, not to be confused with Wicca, Traditional Witchcraft is older and non-religious. Witches can choose a religious path within Witchcraft - but, to each their own.

Cornish Witchcraft - Traditional Witchcraft, Cunning and Folk Magic in Cornwall

'The Black Toad' by Gemma Gary: Cornish Witchcraft - Traditional Witchcraft, Cunning and Folk Magic in Cornwall

With all due respect to people believeing in whatever they choose, I can't swallow any religious bullshit. What I'm capable of is respect for other powers - like nature from whom we all root and to whom we'll all return. But nature doesn't need anybody's begging, bending and godly praise. And neither need I to do any of that. There's more love in respectful partnership than putting anything or anyone above you and admitting you're worse, smaller or weaker. "Our kind doesn't bow."

Not all witches are Wiccan.or Pagan. In Irish Traditional Witchcraft it is viewed as an occult practice completely separate from religion. Not all would be Christian or Pagan for that matter.

Introduction to Traditional Witchcraft ||| Sarah Lawless :  http://sarahannelawless.com/2015/03/17/introduction-to-traditional-witchcraft/

Nymph Between Two Satyrs Book Illustration by Walter Crane, RWS Photographic Reproduction of pen and ink drawing 1897 Illustration for The Faerie Queene.

Troy Books - Publishers of Traditional Ways - Spells from the Wise Womans Cottage - Steve Patterson

Troy Books - Publishers of Traditional Ways - Spells from the Wise Womans Cottage - Steve Patterson

.Witch  - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

A reminder to strive to be the bad ass-est witch ever 🌛🌝🌜Unfortunately I don't know who put this image together so if you do let me know!

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