Time & Location
12 Oct 2022, 19:00 – 20:30
About The Event
Early winter is the time when the veil is thinnest between the worlds of the living and the dead, and traditions and customs of remembrance and honouring our departed loved ones abound. From Michaelmas fairs to Dumb Suppers, Souling and Samhain rituals, offerings are made to our beloved dead. Punkies are carved and charms for seeking their guidance and aid are central to folk magic traditions. In this class Hannah Sanders will explore the use of old plant powers to open the doorway between the worlds and let the wisdom and love of our ancestors guide our path into the winter and beyond. Herbs: Bay, Blackthorn, Rowan, Elder, Dandelion, Bramble and more…
Hannah Sanders has a doctorate in anthropology and is a longstanding practitioner of folk and herb magic. She was the last apprentice of writer and tarot reader Joyce Collin-Smith, and she is the granddaughter of a well-known Irish fortune teller. Professionally, she is a traditional folk singer.
Your ticket confirmation will include a zoom link and details of how to access the event recording.£10.00