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A bad witch’s blog: Craft: Witchcraft, Wands and Wild Roses by Badwitch

Craft: Witchcraft, Wands and Wild Roses I love wild roses. One seeded naturally in my back garden and grew along the fence between it and that of the house next door. It was a dog rose, the most abundant wild rose that grows in England. It has simple, pale pink blooms with five petal as … Continue reading A bad witch’s blog: Craft: Witchcraft, Wands and Wild Roses by Badwitch

Dragon’s blood is not a magical concoction but a real ingredient in medicine, incense, and more. By Magda Origjanska

The so-called modern pagans frequently come upon “dragon’s blood” as one of the ingredients needed for their rituals. The name of this substance signifies the blood of a mythical, flying creature that, according to many stories, performs wonders and heals even the sorest of wounds and most grievous illnesses. Surprisingly, dragon’s blood is not only “real” but also has been … Continue reading Dragon’s blood is not a magical concoction but a real ingredient in medicine, incense, and more. By Magda Origjanska

The Witching Crossroads by The Silver Sage Witch of NewFound-Life.com

My special video is less than 6 minutes long  🙂 Making the Magick of the Witch stronger by grounding her/himself in Nature is the theme of this episode today! The beautiful scenery is of the area surrounding my home here in Germany and also other areas that I've visited in this gorgeous country, plus a … Continue reading The Witching Crossroads by The Silver Sage Witch of NewFound-Life.com

TASMANIA’S FLESH EATING PLANTS BY LULU MORRIS

You may have heard of insect-catching plants like the Venus fly trap but have you ever come across the infamous flesh-eating plants of Tasmania? The southern island boasts an impressive array of carnivorous plants that will eat insects and any small prey that they can get their carnivorous florets on - but not anything as … Continue reading TASMANIA’S FLESH EATING PLANTS BY LULU MORRIS

The plant that can kill and cure

Nightshades have a deadly reputation but these plants, steeped in myth and folklore, have been used for thousands of years for medicinal purposes. And they may have properties that could keep us healthy today, writes Mary Colwell. "J K Rowling was extremely good at botany, and one of the plants she put into Harry Potter … Continue reading The plant that can kill and cure