The Witch’s Broom & Mill with Griffin & Carrie
August 27 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, repeating until October 1, 2019
The Witches Broom & Mill
A Six Week Series with Griffin & Carrie
$28; $3 discount for cash, per class,
$120 for series if paid in full by first class
($5 per class savings with Series purchase; brings the price to $20 per class)
The Witches Broom and Mill Series, never offered before, will delve into the rich landscape of the Witches Broom, as practiced in some Traditional Witchcraft Lines, and as it pertains to the Great Mill of Magic! In this series we shall cover the Mysteries, Lore and Practices of the Witches Broom. And then take the Work a step further as we connect the Broom to the Mill of Magic and open the mysteries at the root of the most infamous imagery recorded about Auld Time Witchery!
This Series focuses purely on the foundation of the Traditional Craft itself as carried within the relationship between Broom and Mill, what this is and how it is worked! In a deep exploration and candid mediation of this material, we will, as a group, embark on four Vision Quest workings to establish the founding of access into the Great Mill. This work can transform the power and precision of your workings as well as become a foundation for a myriad other ways to further enhance your magic and magical associations.
We practice Traditional Witchcraft, not Wicca. Our ways of Magic are rooted in the Gifts of old ways as practiced by the Cunning folk of Europe. This Series is appropriate to seasoned witches of our ways as well as new comers! If you are new to us I would say, come with an openness & willingness to work with us. We may surprise you!
This class has not been offered before and I expect it will be very popular. In fact word got out about it and we are over half way full already. As we do have class size limitations, it is advisable to secure your place quickly before the class fills up!
Call the Green Man at 818-985-2010.
Note* We start each week at 7.30pm with open general discussion giving the first half hour so people running from work may make it to the class proper, which starts at 8.00pm