Wiccan Jehan headcanons for @enjoltairemyasss
- During the waning moon, Jehan
has a tidy-out and Les Amis’ group chat receives pictures of old books, clothes
and other stuff he wants to give away.
- Once he tidied his room up, he
found four white quartzes in different drawers and still can’t remember when
and why he bought so many.
- He spends hours discussing
mythology with Grantaire.
- Someone told him once he
couldn’t call his god “God” because that was the Christian god’s name and he
went on an angry rant about the Bible, Semitic mythology and people who don’t
know about their own religion but like criticizing others’.
- Marius came very afraid to him
once because he thought there was a ghost in his house. Jehan made sure there
was nothing there, but Marius remained somewhat scared, so he made him a
protection bag for him to feel safe.
- He’s made countless lucky
charms for Bossuet, but none has worked on him yet.
- Everyone comes to him when
they want a natural remedy for their problems. Jehan’s answer usually is: “I’ve
read this herb it great for that, but I’ve never tried it out myself, so please
tell me about its real effects if you decide to take it”.
- Nothing is better than a day in
the nature to recharge his batteries.
- Everybody knows there’s
something “witchy” about him. When he comes out of the broom closet, even to
people who have never heard about Wicca before, they always triumphally say: “I
- He gets very excited when Wicca
is mentioned in a series he’s watching… and eventually angry because the Wiccan
turns out to be either the punchline or the villain.
- He has several tarot decks he
bought because they were beautiful, but only uses one and not really often.
- Blackouts aren’t a problem for
him and his endless candle supply.
- His room always smells like of
incense and people either love it or hate it, there’s no middle ground.
- If you think you’re excited
about Halloween, you haven’t seen Jehan. Sure, he doesn’t call it Halloween, but “What’s in a name? That
which we call a pumpkin by any other name would smell as sweet”.
- His friends already know
better than to tell him it’s an American custom and therefore shouldn’t be
celebrated in France.
- And he smiles amused when people
ask him about his New Year’s resolution in January, because he made it months