Wicca & Witchcraft Course 2017

Wicca & Witchcraft Course 2017 We are pleased to be able to announce the dates of the next Wicca and Witchcraft Course which we call The Craft. This course is a complete introduction to the Earth Magic path known as Wicca or Witchcraft. These words...
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Annual All Hallow’s Gathering | Hallows

Annual All Hallow’s Gathering Saturday 29th saw the Annual Hallow’s Gathering organised by the Museum of Witchcraft and Magick in Boscastle. We were treated to the Dancing of the Dark Morris with the Beltane Border Morris (from Devon), Catseye Morris (from Cornwall) and Wytchwood Morris...
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Kalan Gwav, Allentide or Halloween.

Kalan Gwav, Allentide or Halloween. Nos Kalan Gwav (eve of first day of winter)           Dy’ Halan Gwav (First Day of Winter) Kalan Gwav  is the Cornish festival of Halloween. It is that time of year when thoughts turn to the dark of the year, the...
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Mabon in Porthtowan

Mabon in Porthtowan     What a joy! to wake up on Mabon morning to the sun after all the rain. So what to do as this maybe the last the last sunny day we have this year.  ‘I hear the beach calling’, I say,...
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Mothers Night

Mothers Night Mōdraniht (Old English “Night of the Mothers” or “Mothers’-night”) was an event held on Christmas Eve by the Anglo-Saxon Pagans. The celebration was recorded by  the medieval English historian Bede in the 8th-century. Some have made the link  between the Anglo-Saxon Mōdraniht and...
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Yule 2014

YULE 2014 Yule also known as winter solstice is the shortest day of the year and the longest night, when the dark half of the year relinquishes to the light half. A time to celebrate the rebirth of the sun and and when the Oak...
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Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice   The longest day of the year – in many ways a turning point of the year. The Oak King who was born at the Winter Solstice has reached maturity and the light of of the year is passing. The Holly King enters...
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March Full Moon

Full moon blessings March full moon known as Worm Moon as the earth warms and softens after winter the worms start to surface. Marking the beginning of Spring and delighting the birds. The Full Worm Moon was given its name by the Algonquin tribes whose...
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Valentines Day 14th February

Valentines Day So did you get the cards, flowers or secret love trysts you wanted today or are you thinking that the whole thing is just a cynical attempt to extort money and besides you don’t need to be told that you need to tell...
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Imbolc Greetings

Wishing You All A Bright and Sparkling Imbolc Imbolc (Candlemass, Imblog, Imbole) – February 2nd Pronounced: EE-Molc Incense: Rosemary, Frankincense, Myrrh, Cinnamon Decorations: Corn Dolly, Besom, Spring Flowers Colours: White, Orange, Red This holiday is also known as Candlemas, or Brigid’s (pronounced BREED) Day. One of the 4 Celtic...
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