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SEA WITCHES 9 Apr 16 11:45 am America/Chicago #1

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In ancient times the fabled "seven seas" were the Mediteranean Sea, the Red Sea, Black Sea, Adriatic Sea, Caspian Sea, Persian Gulf & the Indian Ocean. All are a part of one World Ocean.
Worship of the sea is a natural choice for many.
Sea Witches are associated with seafarers & beachcombers. They focus on Moon lore, the tides and practical weather magicks. Tales of women who could raise the winds & brew up storms are from the Sea Witch Trad.
Sea Witchery is a darker path than the average Pagan cares to deal with. Working with the weather dredges up the Chaotic forces of nature & most Pagans perceive chaos to be evil.
It is not a Path for everyone. In fact most Sea Witches are Solitary. Blessed be!

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Thank You from these Members:: Friday, Ladon

SEA WITCHES 11 Apr 16 8:42 am America/Chicago #2

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MM Pagan Priestess,

In the lowlands, little is preserved of our pagan heritage, despite Roman descriptions of the local tribes during the occupation. Depending on the region, the tribes would have been Gallo-Celtic or Germanic as far as I know. The cult of North Sea goddess Nehalennia is one of the few that left physical evidence. Might be worth looking into.
Thanks for reminding me and bringing this to my attention again :).
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SEA WITCHES 2 May 16 3:01 pm America/Chicago #3

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The Berwick Witches in Eastern Scotland (Fife ) were brought to trial for whipping up a storm, in a plot to kill the King.
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Oh hi ppls...sorry have been busy with online courses and now am onto languages like maybe half a dozen...4 or 5 are just brush up but I actually am learning Gaelic Irish...wow is that a thick-headed language but, I learned my first sentence...Ta' me' bean...means "I am a woman"! :cuppa:
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SEA WITCHES 30 Jun 16 5:20 pm America/Chicago #5

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Slainte' Cheers!
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