A witch is a person who practices the magical or occult arts. While the term “witch” is culturally seen as feminine, in contemporary times there are also many men and nonbinary people who call themselves witches. The term is used both by adherents of Wicca and by those who identify with other forms of paganism or other beliefs, similar to how the term “Christian” applies to a broad set of belief traditions. Witches can practice either solo or within a group, called a coven. While potion-making, scrying, and the creation of charms or hexes are common among some witches, other forms of practice can include veneration of one or more gods or goddesses, the observance of seasonal festivals (typically the Wheel of the Year), herbalism, and various forms of divination. There are as many varying forms of witchcraft as there are witches to practice them.
You will learn how to master spells, rites, traditions, and celebrations alone while learning the following: · The advantages and drawbacks of practicing solitary Wicca · Constructing the tools and sacred space needed to create magic every day · Using dreamwork, tarot...
Self-care is a necessity for any modern woman. The goals of self-care are simple: healthy mind, healthy body, healthy spirit. This book helps you prioritize yourself with a little help from the magic of witchcraft.
From the podcast host of The Witch Wave and practicing witch Pam Grossman—who Vulture has dubbed the “Terry Gross of witches”—comes an exploration of the world’s fascination with witches, why they have intrigued us for centuries and why they’re more relevant now than ever.