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Us old-school Witches are disappearing. There has been a lot of talk lately – at least in my own circles of friends, I suppose – that you can mix Christianity, and Witchcraft. Somehow, it has become cliché to be a “Christo-Witch.” And I’ve seen so many people assume that folk magic requires a Christian practice, or that it is, in itself, a Christian practice, and that one must be Christian to practice it. Folks assume that Appalachian Folk Magic, for one example, is Christian in origin, and in practice. They think that, because of the statements of a few>>>
In the name of that Great Ancient Providence … It is that time of year again. It’s time for me to exit gracefully, stage left, and go ghost for about four days, and four nights. When I return, amazing things will be taking shape. But for that four days, I will be off-grid. And I will be ShamanWitching the shish out of those four days! LOL What is the link between my annual Beltane Sabbatical, and Shamanism?
Having bought our own house, and moved into it, I remembered that certain things need to done. It’s been a few years since I did a House Blessing of any kind, so it’s time. One thing I’ve learned over the years is that, as a renter, you should probably do a House Blessing more often. I’d recommend at least once every six to nine months. I’ll tell you why in a moment, but first, I want to talk a little bit about the difference between my method of House Blessing, and most.
So I’ve kind of let the entire month of February, 2018, go by without posting a single blog entry. First: my apologies to my avid readers. Second: my blog is part of my business, so I should know better than to neglect it. Third: (though this isn’t an excuse) I’ve been a bit busy. I’ll tell you what I’ve been up to, but first, I need to apologize (for something else) to my FamTribe.