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Sat, 13 Apr

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London

Protective Magic

This in-person workshop at the College will explore how to work with protective magic, focusing on the cleansing and banishing practices of the grimoire tradition, the folk magic tradition and modern Pagan witchcraft.

Protective Magic
Protective Magic

Time & Location

13 Apr 2024, 11:00 – 17:00

London, 16 Queensberry Pl, South Kensington, London SW7 2EB, UK

About the event

This in-person workshop at the College will explore how to work with  protective magic, focusing on the cleansing and banishing practices of  the grimoire tradition, the folk magic tradition and modern Pagan  witchcraft.

From the evil eye and the curse for barrenness, to love curses and  spells to render a man impotent, magical history is full of dastardly  curses and counter-curses. This fascinating in-person workshop  looks at some of the most popular curses in history and teaches you how  to protect against them.

We will explore the various types of protective magic as laid out in  the grimoire tradition and how they have evolved into the many forms  used today. You will be guided through a few simple protection spells in  the tradition of European folk magic. These include a traditional salt  and water blessing, a herb sachet, a talisman and a witch bottle. From  British traditional witchcraft and the grimoire traditions, we will also  learn how to cast a protective circle.

You will leave this in-person workshop with a strong working  knowledge of cleansing and protection magic, and you'll be confident in  the practices that resonate most strongly with you.

All materials will be provided.

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