Spells N Potions

Everything has an innate energy and you empower every preparation or craft object with your intention.

A traditional besom is an ash stave handle with bristles made from birch twigs. These twigs are tied on using thin pieces of willow wood. It is used to cleanse the ritual area before circle casting.

Banish Negativity Spell
To banish negative energy place an onion quarter in each corner of you room overnight. The next day, wearing rubber gloves, chop them up and bury them. Do this for 3-7 days in a row.

The Witchcraft Religion

A spell is a thought, a projection, or a prayer. Other religions use prayer, meditation, projection and ritual to produce an intended result. The word "spell" does not imply doing evil or harm.

"Witchcraft" is a Celtic (pronounced Kell-tick) word meaning the wise, good people. "Wicce" (wick-kay) designates a female Witch whereas "Wicca" (wick-kah) designates a male Witch.

Witches’ are not evil.They do not want to cause harm of any kind. They believe that doing evil and harm is against all ethical and moral laws.

Witches simply do not do harm.

Witches DO NOT worship Satan... Witches do not have a Satan/Devil or any all-evil deity in their religious structure. Witchcraft is a religion that underscores polarity and views the God and the Goddess as equal entities. Witches’ do not discriminate against color or ethnic origin and does view everything as equal in the eyes of the Goddess and the God.

The Pentacle…It is worn as an amulet and a symbol for protection. The five-pointed star represents the human body and the earth. In combination, the star surrounded by the circle represents the human body encompassed by the protection of the Goddess/God force. It is the symbol for Universal Wisdom.

Dressed in Black?
Witches wear all colors and styles of clothing…

 Many Witches do choose to wear black clothing or ritual robes. The color black is the culmination of all vibrational rates of light on the material plane. Black absorbs light information and helps Witches be more receptive to psychic impressions and energies.

Magic Wands... 
Often you see the use of magic wands in children's cartoons and movies making the idea seem frivolous. In actuality they are used in healing for directing energy.
Witches do use Witchcraft as a science, an art and a religion... They use their knowledge and magic in harmony with the Universe and Nature around them.

Witches do concern themselves with ecology...

They have never forgotten this basic fact: the world is not our enemy.
Neither is it inert, dumb matter. The earth and all living things share the same life-force. They are composed of patterns of intelligence, of knowledge, and of divinity.
All life is a web.
We are woven into it as sisters and brothers of All.
Witches need to be grounded in both worlds and awake to their responsibilities for both worlds.

Witchcraft ... the Primitive religion of Witchcraft is often called the oldest religion existent in the West. It is pre-Christian. It is also pre-Judaism, pre-Buddhism, pre-Islam and pre-Hinduism. In actuality, it is closer to Native American traditions and the early Shamanic traditions of many areas.It is probably important to note here that Wicca or Witchcraft is not Shamanism, and that Shamanism is not a religion but rather an ancient mystical practice that uses altered states to contact Gods, Spirits and other energies from this realm and others. These efforts were made to bring healing, wholeness and guidance.

Witches' Aspirin... Willow bark has been used for its pain-relieving qualities since ancient times. The White Willow (Salix alba) contains salicin, which is converted to salicylic acid in the body. Salicylic acid is closely related to aspirin the synthetic drug that has displaced Willow bark from popular use. Willow bark reduces fever and relieves rheumatism, a common ailment in cold and damp regions like the British Isles. A decoction can be used for gum and tonsil inflammations and as a footbath for sweaty feet. The bark is collected in the springtime being careful not to ring the tree or it will die. A decoction can be made by soaking 3 teaspoons (15ml) of the bark in a cup of cold water for 2 - 5 hours, then bring to the boil. Strain and take a wineglassful each day, a mouthful at a time. The bark can be dried, powdered and stored in an airtight container.