This group is for those that practice Traditional Witchcraft and not Wicca. We discuss spells, rituals, Sabbaths, and other things for those that practice this path. Of course if you wish to learn more then your welcome as well.
Location: In my room
Latest Activity: May 15
Traditional Witchcraft is a term used for those that wish to no longer practice Wicca or were born into the path and have practiced the craft for many years. Unlike Wicca there is no Rede but there is the belief that once you start practicing the crooked path that you take responsibility for every spell that you cast. The practices of a Traditional Witch may include Owl Blasting, Healing, Protection, helping the land and people, and many other things.
Unlike in Wicca Traditional witches practice their craft outdoors wearing robes. Traditional Witchcraft is a day in and day out practice and a practice that you shall learn and continue learning all your life. It's not something that you can learn in over three years and there is no level, or degree, system. The Sabbaths are different too though some Traditional Witches will not celebrate any. Hope this gets you curious for Traditional Witchcraft and I will be telling you more as time goes on.
My Traditional Witchcraft altar. Not the same as others but I'm working on it.
Up-close of my altar. I don't have a real human skull, or even a imitation one, the skull that you see is a Halloween decoration. I do have another skull but it's too large. The bottles that you see are my herbs that I'm using tonight.
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