Wed, 18 Jan|
The Broom in the 'Witch’s Tools Series' - Class
Hannah Sanders teaches the deep meanings and historic lore of the the broom or 'besom', that famed witch icon
Time & Location
18 Jan, 19:00 – 20:30
About The Event
In this two-hour class, Hannah Sanders outlines the history and lore of this magical tool, and gives practical instruction making or consecrating your own witch broom. The domestic and magical are beautifully interwoven in its traditions: sweeping with a besom, brushing with rushes, strewing of herbs, to clear one's home's energies. Witches today use the broom to help create sacred space and to clear their working areas, and it is also an icon that goes back centuries: the witch on her broom is an image symboling the witch’s spiritual freedom. Join us online as Hannah brings it to life and offers personal guidance.
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.
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