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Session 3: Care and the Craft

Posted by suffolk-witchcraft on March 20, 2015 at 3:45 AM Comments comments (0)

We discussed what grief was, that it is a process that we all go through after any kind of loss or life changing experience. We talked about both giving support and asking for support when we may need it. We also discussed how, when supporting others, you can only do so much and their demand on you can sometimes become too much for you to cope with. We also thought about later in the grieving process, when all has returned to normal. For example the 6 months after a death, when the funera...

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Session 1: Covens and Coven Officers

Posted by suffolk-witchcraft on February 16, 2015 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Witchcraft works best in small intimate groups where people know and like each other. These small groups are called covens and by their very nature they are hard to get into. Ronald Hutton said that genuine Witches’ covens are like lobster pots in reverse. They are hard to get into but easy to get out of. In this session we examined what a coven is, the expectation a coven has for its members and the pros and cons of being a member. We also discussed the roles of the coven officers...

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