A Faery Witch/ A Green Witch/ An Eclectic Witch

A Faery Witch

The Faery tradition is a unique and diverse spiritual path of passion, inspiration, and sorcerous soul development.

Faery (also spelled Feri, Faerie, Fairy, etc.) is a form of American Traditional Witchcraft passed down by Victor & Cora Anderson and those initiated in a lineage tracing back to them. Hallmarks of the Faery tradition include shamanic practices, as well as a growing legacy of symbolic, meditational and inner exercises. A highly personal path, it has old and strange roots; influences that include African & Celtic spirituality, Huna, esoteric Christianity, sexual mysticism, Middle-Eastern theology, ecstatic practice, and many others.


A Green Witch

A Green Witch is a witch whose practice focuses on nature, using natural materials and energies. Green Witches are often skilled herbalists and may enjoy gardening and wildcrafting as part of their practice. Green Witches are often quite attuned to the cycles of nature and may (or not) practice astrology as a way to enhance this connection. A Green Witch is often also dedicated to an environmentally friendly lifestyle. To a Green Witch, all natural places are sacred and reducing her damaging human footprint on the Earth is more than a lifestyle choice but a sacred duty.

A Green Witch often follows an Earth-based spirituality, but may subscribe to any religion or none.


An Eclectic Witch

Eclectic Witches create their own personal practices and belief or religious systems by re-creating or borrowing knowledge, practices and other various parts of wide spread belief systems from other pagan, neo-pagan and non-pagan religions that could be considered outside the normal scope of Witchcraft or Wicca, such as Buddhism and Christianity. Many Eclectic Witches refer to themselves as Solitary Practioners, Sorcerors, Hedge Witches, Green, White, and Grey Witches. Some even consider themselves Wicca, as long as the Rede is adhered to, the Earth and the Universe revered, A Goddess and/or God is acknowledged and worshiped and the practioner stays true to themselves .

By Caz Rooney

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