Mon, 15 Oct|
Protective Magic for Young Urban Witches
Evening Mini-Workshop – Rebecca Beattie This is an evening for younger Londoners, art students and musicians — indeed, younger folk from all walks of life who are drawn to magic and spirituality. Every month this workshop covers a new set of knowledge and symbols.
Time & Location
15 Oct 2018, 18:30 – 20:45
Treadwell's Bookshop, 33 Store Street, London, UK
About The Event
This is an evening for younger Londoners, art students and musicians — indeed, younger folk from all walks of life who are drawn to magic and spirituality. Every month this workshop covers a new set of knowledge and symbols, so as to share basics of a wild, free witchcraft. Experience two hours of witch’s path — inclusive, and grounded in a feminist outlook. Please note it is for people under 30.
This workshop starts with a lively illustrated talk which opens up a key topic of witchcraft, this month on protective magic. contributions from everyone as we go along. Then, in the second half, there is a practical part of the evening, with everyone learning hands-on magical skill, with all supplies provided. No experience is expected – just a sincere interest and a friendly attitude:
All sexualities and gender identities welcome
Quiet folk as well as outgoing folk equally welcome
Workshop time is 6.30 pm to 8.45 pm. Please arrive by 6.20, as late arrivals are disruptive
Maximum sixteen folk per workshop so everyone gets personal attention and we can connect well
The teacher is Rebecca Beattie: over a decade ago Rebecca undertook a rigorous apprenticeship in the witch’s Craft, and continues her practice to this day. A creative person herself, she’s a published author, jeweller, novelist and PhD student. Rebecca is wise and compassionate person who enjoys sharing what she’s learnt over the years.