Why I am not a Traditional Witch
As many of you may or may nor know I don’t consider myself a strict traditional witch, though I do have a lot of traditional leanings. I feel that I needed more direct experiences and practices within Traditional witchcraft to consider myself a traditional witch. Training in the Feri tradition is a part of that.
The other reason I didn’t consider myself really a traditional witch is that I didn’t work really directly with local land spirits and forces. I worked more with my personal energetic forces rather than spirits. That has been changing recently with my studies in the Feri tradition and in Hoodoo/Conjure.
So recently I did a prayer and asked if there were any fairy spirit in the area to make themselves known. A few days later a mushroom ring appears in my backyard. For the first time in my life a fairy ring appeared in my home. It made me feel like the local fairies and spirits did take the first offering I gave at my home/house spirit shrine.
Its just something I thought I would share. I have never experienced a fairy ring in my yard before. So for me its a special gift of the fairies. To me its a signal that my connections with the local forces and spirits is growing and they are listening to me.
Posted on November 23, 2014, in Experimentation, Foundations, Goddess spirituality, Intuition development, Prayer, Research, Ritual, Spirits and spirit beings, Spiritual development, Spiritual record keeping, The divine, Traditional Wichcraft, Witchcraft and tagged Eclectic Witchcraft, God and Goddess, Intuition, Psychic development, religious witchcraft, Spiritual development, traditional witchcraft, wicca, Worship. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.