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Sculptures from the Secret Museum: The Visual Anthropology of Phallic Worship – A Talk by Dr H Wickstead

Another lecture at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds, this time Dr Helen Wickstead, Course Director of MA Museum and Gallery Studies at Kingston University, London. Helen has written widely on prehistoric archaeology, histories of archaeology, heritage and the relationships … Continue reading

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Watchers of the Craft

I would say “it’s amazing when coincidences happen” but given this post is about how there are very few coincidences when you are a Witch I will restrain myself. I was discussing the nature of being a witch with a … Continue reading

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Unicorns – A Talk at Leeds City Museum

The fact that I am posting two event reviews one after the other may give the impression that I live a busy fun packed life. In reality I was was a little bit tardy in getting the Nameless Arte blog … Continue reading

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The Nameless Arte – Aspects of Traditional Witchcraft in Britain

Introduction  The 2nd September 2017 was a special day for two reasons. First, it was the OP’S birthday and second was the first, hopefully not last, Traditional Witchcraft Occult Conference celebrating the Nameless Arte, a phase coined by Nigel Pennick to … Continue reading

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Day of Mysteries and Magic (2)

Some times its the quiet events that are the most rewarding. Organised and MC’ed by Steve Jones, organiser of the West Yorkshire Pagans, the Day of Mysteries and Magic 2 has loomed large in my social calendar since it was … Continue reading

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The Tools of Traditional Witchcraft- A talk by Alan Craw

This month I broke the mold and attended the Morley Moot, a somewhat ‘local’* moot, to hear Alan Craw talk on the various tools of British Traditional Witchcraft (BTW) as inspired by Robert Cochrane. I don’t often attend moots because … Continue reading

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