Lavenderwhisp’s Witch Types Master Post (Jan 2016)
Witch: magical practitioner
Elemental Witch: Witches who work around the 5 elements: Water, Earth, Air,
Fire, and Spirit.
Earth Witch: Witches who specifically work with their magic around the
element of Earth, through grounding exercises, rock/soil collecting, crystal
magic, and Green Witchery. Earth zodiac signs: Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn
Types of Earth Witches:
Green Witch: use
plants/herbs/flowers in herbal and natural magic, such as using them in spells
and creating remedies with them.
Garden Witch: A version of
a Green Witch, they enjoy working with the earth through gardening and using
their herbs and plants to help and care for their families and loved ones.
Flora Witch: Similar to
the above witches, they work with flowers in their practice. Their Book of
Shadows would likely be full of Green Witchery, such as than herbs and herbal
recipes, and flower classifications and associations.
Marijuana Witch: A type of
Green Witch, Marijuana has been used for spiritual and medicinal purposes
throughout history. These witches use marijuana for magical purposes and use
herbal recipes with marijuana.
Rock Witch: Witches who
work with all rocks, including stones and crystals. They enjoy geology and
their Book of Shadows is full of geology and crystal healing. They are most
likely involved in a scientific field, such as geography or archaeology where
they can be close to the Earth.
Crystal Witch: Witches who
work with stones and crystals, such as through crystal healing. Their Book of
Shadows will most likely have information about the stones, chakra balance, and
Forest Witch: A witch who
enjoys the company of trees and live amongst them. The seclusion is perfect for
cottage magic and tree magic. They also enjoy the company of fey and woodland
animals, and use local plants.
Swamp Witch: Witches who
live within the swamps, use swamp plants, and enjoy the company of swamp
Desert Witch: A witch who
lives in the desert, enjoys the natural desert scenery, uses desert plants,
bones, sand in their practice, collects desert rocks, and befriend desert
animals such as snakes, lizards, and scorpions. They also tend to use the
elements of Wind and Fire as well as Earth in their practice. They normally
worship desert deities and study desert lore in their area.
Sand Witch: Sand witches
live where a lot of sand is in the local earth, such as the desert or the
beach. Their home is filled with different types of sand and rocks.
Remember, this is the way I do this spell, there is no real right or wrong as long as a spell you cast is filled with personal intent. This is what gives the spell that power!
If you want to use different herbs, layout etc. Do it your way. This is just to give some inspiration or direction.
This spell is done best on a waning moon, the more full the moon, the more potent the power of your spell!
First off I cleanse the space I am doing my spell in using incense.
light a candle and place it in the middle of a plate/tray
Write down the person/people you want to send healing vibes to on the piece of paper with what you would like healing for. (As you do your spell visualise the persons you are sending healing energy to, visualise or feel the energy you intend to send.)
Roll it up into a scroll and tie with string/twine/ribbon (whatever you fancy)
sprinkle salt around the candle and place the scroll next to it.
Add Lavender (Great for healing) or whichever herb you choose or even flowers (Maybe the persons favourite flower?)
Place a charged piece of quartz and rose quartz next to the candle and leave to burn for at least an hour. ( I place my plate under the moonlight on the windowsill as extra power)
Light as many nights as you wish. When the person/persons are well again, burn the scroll or bury it in a dark place. Remember it is about listening to that “inner voice” letting it guide you in your craft.
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