Oracle Head while not particularly devote to any one deity, a bog witches’ allegiance, if any, is purely out of self interest. The large majority will worship one of the countless tutelary deities of the region. Others will worship one of their coven’s fallen, yet powerful, matriarchs. Worship is unique and varied amongst covens, the only common factor is the use of oracles. Oracle heads, regardless of preferred deity, are required for communication with the divine.
A barbaric and savage act to acquire, an oracle head is traditionally the severed head of a giant or troll. Though other smaller raced oracle heads have been noted they typically will consist of multiple heads acting in unison. These heads act as a conduit, channeling the divine from the misellaneous portals that pock the world to the netherworld. These insidious instruments will spew a language so dark and putrid that if a bog witch were to act as channeler it will cause them to combust or melt under the great power of the word.
The larger and more difficult to obtain the more likely the god will respond favorably. It is a sign of respect, devotion and highest of offerings. This is why giants, trolls and other large raced beings are favored. Dragon oracle heads are incredibly rare but it is said that there is one found in the inner sanctum of the Twin Temples.
Witches Of Moonlight Falls [Season 6]; Part 249} — Mother Of Three Four? pt.1 —
The lving room was dim on a dewy ‘eve such as this but was soon about to submit to some serious supernatural activity. Only the fireplace and circle of candles aligned for witchcraft seemed to light the room. Beatrice and Bianca focused intentley on bringing their mother to them, eyes closed in complete concentration. The wisest witch of them all could help them figure out who was out there trying to harm them so badly. The sisters went on to resite the spell from the book of shadows. To Summon The Dead:
Beatrice & Bianca [spell]: “ Hear these words, Hear my cry,Spirit from the other side, Come to me, I summon thee, Cross now the great divide.
The spell had been cast! *.*.* The power of the full moon supported the Crumplebottoms witches call for their deceased mother, along with the help of Mama Voodoo and Deedee. The magic conjured was strong enough to summon Beatrice and Bianca’s mother, Bernadette! Bianca: “ Did It work? Mom? Are you there!? Oh no I hope we haven’t summoned an evil spirit! ” Beatrice: “ Ssssshhh! It’s working! I can feel her presence emerging from the summoning circle. ” The witches watched in curiosity, even the cat was curious. Luckily the saying ‘curiosity killed the cat’ isn’t the case tonight. They may appear on edge at the incomming summoning but Beatrice, Bianca, Mama Voodoo and Deedee weren’t afraid of ghosts. They aren’t shocked at It’s arrival, they were merley acknowledging the incoming life form. A faint lime tone was beinging to show itself and fairly soon Bernadette Crumplebottom appeared in the centre of the circle of candles in all her 70s glamour and a slightly eerie green glow. Summoned right from the 1970s. Boogie Wonderland could be heard fading away as she gradually appeared in a ghostly form. Her eyes wide with magic and hair curled with Crumplebottom beauty.
For a while now I’ve been kind of casually interested in witchcraft. I’m very attracted to the aesthetic, but I know there’s a lot more to it than that. I recently moved to another state and my new friends think I’m a kitchen witch and I’m pretty ok with that title. I’d like to learn more about how witchery works and what kind of communities there are for it.
Though one of my biggest concerns is basically that I was raised atheist. I’ve never been a very spiritual person; Astrology drives me up the wall. There’s an apron I’ve wanted for ages that says “baking is science for hungry people”. I don’t know if I believe in “soul”.
But I’d also really like to believe that there is something at least a little magical about the way I “aggressively care” about people, and if I tuned in on that I could be even more helpful. The idea that cooking something “with love” really does make a difference.
So if anyone has any kind of advice or anything I’d appreciate it. Thanks!