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All Manner of Witchery

There are many types of witches who practise the craft and because Wicca is such a versatile faith, not all will follow the same path. Try to think of it as a way of creating yourself. You must first determine what being a witch means to you? It really is far more than just keeping a few crystals, saying the odd spell or brewing up some herbs to make tea. It's a way of life, a voice inside your head, a calling if you like! Those who find themselves drawn to witchcraft, often embark on their own personal journey. Unlike many other fixed religions, witches will all practice their craft in a different way. I have listed some of them below. Read through and see if you identify with any of them.  

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Angelic Wicca: These witches bond to the universal vibration, substituting the traditional God and Goddess with angels. Their altars will be adorned with angelic representations: feathers, ornaments and angel cards. They believe not just in a divine source but also a celestial one.


The Blood Witch - Hereditary Witch: They will learn the craft from family members and also pass on their spells and rituals from one generation to another.

The Celtic Witch: This witch incorporates magic from the Celtic Culture dating back to ancient folk law. They practise the 'old ways' but also like to use traditional methods.


The Druid Witch: referred to as Druidry, these people love and respect nature and work in harmony to generate a better environment. Druids will never follow the same set path. Some will worship the Gods, whereas others have no religious intent. Herbs and divining methods are used to predict the future but in general, they will honour all forms of Witchcraft. 

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The Eclectic Witch: They will not follow strict or set rules, but instead, will borrow parts from all kinds of Wiccan practises. Eclectics are fast becoming the most commonly practised in the field of witchery.


The Hedge Witch: derives from past times when people lived in villages nearby forests or woodlands. These areas were called ‘hedges’. They are nature based witches, using wild plants gathered from the great outdoors in their magical rituals. Meditation and healing is used in all parts of their craft. In earlier centuries, this witch would be the person you sought out when you had a minor health problem and couldn’t locate a doctor. They will have a great knowledge of medicinal herbs and plants and blend them by moonlight.


The Green Witch: Made popular by Ann Maura. An earth-based type of Witchcraft honouring nature spirits and the earth mother. They concoct herbal remedies and are proficient in the art of growing plants. They like to use the energies in natural objects such as stones, crystals and the elements, earth, air, fire and water. 

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The Kitchen Witch: A kitchen witch or cottage/hearth witch, use their homes and hearths as the primary focus within their craft. They are recognised for infusing magic with food and using edible ingredients and potions as part of their rituals. They will also include magic whilst doing daily chores, such as sweeping away negative energies with a besom (broom) or using sweet, scented herbs and oils with their laundry.


The Lunar Witch: They not only favour the lunar cycle in a magical sense but will also weave their magic by the phases of the moon. You might find them using the farmer’s almanac to grow their crops or planting and harvesting under the correct phases of the moon.


The Secular Witch: This witch will not worship any deities in her craft and will probably not connect with the supernatural at all. They might sometimes accept the universal energy but choose not to connect witchcraft with religion.  

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Shamanic Witch: The Europeans do have their own type of Shamanic faith and have a belief in the spirits, both good and bad and seek to communicate with them. They use self-hypnotism to achieve a trance-like state and use drums and dancing to reach a certain level of consciousness. Healing is practised, and they have a wide knowledge of plants and herbs. This form of witchcraft doesn’t just refer to Native American Indians or Siberians, this is a fast-growing practise throughout the western world which take its roots from the ancient beliefs. 

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The Solitary Witch: These witches will practise the craft on their own, not usually involving others. In past times, witches did not reveal their faith to anyone and kept their beliefs and rituals a secret. Today, however, they will correspond with other like mind people but still choose to work in a solitary fashion.

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The Weather Witch: These witches worship the elements and love bad weather so you will often find them outside in a storm. They will collect rainwater and snow to use in their rituals and pull on the power of lightening to bring force into a spell. 

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