How Witchcraft Became A Brand by Corin Faife

There are many simple rituals practised in the house that Katie Karpetz shares with her husband in Edmonton, Alberta, from yoga to herbalism to candle magic. In the morning, she often waits for inspiration to strike before posting a photo or found image to her Instagram feed, and the mood captured will go on to determine her activities for the day.

Running her online store, The Witchery, from her home is a mixture of mundane, structured tasks, and more spontaneous and esoteric work. Sometimes she’s tracking, packing, and sending orders for the many hundreds of items she ships out to her customers in twice-weekly mail batches. Other times, she’s tapping into her own experiences and the

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Watch “Superstition // The Witching Crossroads with The Silver Sage Witch” on YouTube

Watch “Superstition // The Witching Crossroads with The Silver Sage Witch” on YouTube

Let me know what some of your superstitions are. This is exciting!

Stay safe. Blessed be, The Silver Sage Witch of NewFound-Life.com

Watch “Superstition // The Witching Crossroads with The Silver Sage Witch” on YouTube

Sorry for the bad quality of this video….we’re on holiday and we dont have our video equipment that we normally use.

Blessed be,

The Silver Sage Witch

I’m on holiday/vacation. By The Silver Sage Witch

Hello hello! I hope you’re doing well and your week is going well, even though I wasn’t able to do your Angel Guidance this week.

Im on holiday in the Oswestry, England/Wales until th 20th of this month.

I will try to do the Witching Crossroads this Thursday, but please dont be disappointed if i can’t. We are almost non-stop with lots of driving and meeting with some of our English friends.

That being said, I WILL make sure to get the posts up on the Newfound-life.com website though! 😁

I’m glad that you all are reading, commenting and following my blog. Im also glad that you are SUBSCRIBING to my YouTube channel! 👍🏾💋 In case you haven’t already subscribed, I’ll put the link below for you. 😘

Bright Magickal Blessings to you and yours from,

The Silver Sage Witch

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How To Use Cloves To Remove The Evil Eye

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“Malocchio”, “Mal Oje”, “Ayin-hore”,  “Drishti”, “Mati”, “The Evil Eye”.

Different languages have different terms to express the same thing: the belief that the eyes can be used to curse another person or affect their life negatively. The belief in the evil eye exists in cultures all over the world and can be found as far back in human history as ancient Sumeria.

WHAT IS THE EVIL EYE?

The evil eye is a form of curse that is cast through a malevolent glare.

It is usually the result of envy, of jealously so strong that its energy consumes the person and is projected outwardly through the eyes, affecting the victim. The results vary, especially considering that the evil eye often affects one thing specifically (what the person who gives the evil eye is envious of) instead of having a general effect: from headaches and vomiting to stomach aches and more serious health symptoms, bad luck, fighting with your significant other, damage of property, injuries etc.

It is usually not done deliberately (although in some cultures/traditions, there are ways people use to train themself in how to use the evil eye to cause harm), but if given by a person who has the natural ability to easily give the evil eye and if this person is particularly envious, the effects can rival a deliberate curse placed upon someone.

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HOW TO REMOVE THE EVIL EYEremedies to remove buri nazar

There are many different ways to remove the evil eye curse.

The method I’m going to present here is the one I personally use. In many traditions they believe that for those methods to work, one has to either learn them from a person of the opposite sex (a mother can teach her son for example) or the person has to figure it out on their own by observing how someone else is doing it and without asking any questions.

Personally, I don’t believe there is any loss in effectiveness if one learns the method from a person of the same sex (or from an article on the internet, as is the case here).

However, the way I learnt this method was by observing older women in my extended family when they worked on removing the evil eye, so -since they weren’t allowed to explain how they do it exactly- chances are my method is slightly different than what my mom or aunt uses. This accounts for the many variations one can find for every basic method of evil eye removal, as well as for the different beliefs on how these methods can be used (many people will tell you for example that you cannot remove the mati from yourself; someone else has to do it) as well as in the actual result from the method used (the method I’m going to present for example is used by some people just for diagnostic purposes when they’re trying to find who gave them the evil eye, while

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These ten signs could mean your house is haunted, according to a paranormal investigator by Hilary Mitchell

Do you ever feel you’re being watched? Or feel sudden and unexplained changes in temperature? Do you, in short, feel like you’re in a low-budget remake of Paranormal Activity?

Well if that’s the case, according to paranormal investigators this might mean your house is haunted. Sorry.

New research has revealed that six in ten people in the UK believe in ghosts, poltergeists and demons and 23 per cent of us believe there are actually spooky goings-on in our own homes.

If you have a creepy house, it could actually end up costing you money, as more than half of us would be put off buying a property if the previous owner had reported paranormal activity. So if you have found a ghost, don’t mention it to buyers.

Experts Barri Ghai, Sandy Lakdar and Chris Fleming from TV show Help! My House is Haunted put together a list of the ten things to look out for if you think your house might be infested with ghosts.

They are:

  1. Feeling of being watched when alone
  2. Feeling a sudden and inexplicable change in temperature or a sudden static/electrical charge in the air
  3. Household objects mysteriously disappearing and then reappearing in different places
  4. Hearing unexplained whispers, footsteps, thuds or someone calling your name
  5. Seeing shadows or movements out the corner of your eye
  6. Frequent electrical problems such as lights inexplicably turning on or off, or appliances not working or acting up
  7. Feeling of

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