Hecate's Blessing *Spell* Cocoa/Shea Butter Bath Truffle  Hecate is the goddess of magic, witchcraft, the night, moon, ghosts and necromancy. She reminds us of the importance of change, helping us to release the past, especially those things that are hindering our growth, and to accept change and transitions. Although her name may mean "The Distant One", Hecate is always close at hand in times of need, helping us to release the old, familiar ways and find our way through new beginnings.

Hecate's Blessing *Spell* Cocoa/Shea Butter Bath Truffle Hecate is the goddess of magic, witchcraft, the night, moon, ghosts and necromancy. She reminds us of the importance of change, helping us to release the past, especially those things that are hindering our growth, and to accept change and transitions. Although her name may mean "The Distant One", Hecate is always close at hand in times of need, helping us to release the old, familiar ways and find our way through new beginnings.

Article: ‘Wild-haired and witch-like’: the wisewoman in industrial society.  Nell Racker (1846-1933) was a community midwife, skilled herbalist, clairvoyant, spell weaver, and spiritual healer.

‘Wild-haired and witch-like’: the wisewoman in industrial society

Article: ‘Wild-haired and witch-like’: the wisewoman in industrial society. Nell Racker (1846-1933) was a community midwife, skilled herbalist, clairvoyant, spell weaver, and spiritual healer.

It can be hard to find fun and creative crafts for any children to do and be interested in, but finding crafts with a Wiccan theme can be even more of a difficult challenge. One thing that you can do with your child is make Sabbat ornaments.

It can be hard to find fun and creative crafts for any children to do and be interested in, but finding crafts with a Wiccan theme can be even more of a difficult challenge. One thing that you can do with your child is make Sabbat ornaments.

Original text by Cecil Williamson: 'Dear, dear friendly old toad. If you have never kept one or been on friendly terms with one in your garden, then you have missed out on one of the joys of the good Lord' s creations. For under their ugly rough exterior there beats a heart full of affection for anyone who cares to treat and talk to them with love and respect. The witches discovered this fact of nature centuries ago.

Original text by Cecil Williamson: 'Dear, dear friendly old toad. If you have never kept one or been on friendly terms with one in your garden, then you have missed out on one of the joys of the good Lord' s creations. For under their ugly rough exterior there beats a heart full of affection for anyone who cares to treat and talk to them with love and respect. The witches discovered this fact of nature centuries ago.

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