WITCHes TREE

FOLKLORE

She warned the City where she lived not to chop down her beloved Tree for if they did the City would surely pay for its deed

The TownsPeople believed that the Tree was either Haunted or Cursed

Probably due to the legend attached to it

Well…as Folklore has it

The City did not heed to her warnings

And they chopped the Tree down

This was no ordinary Tree it had become the meeting place for the Witches to Conjure and Brew up whatever they pleasedA place of Shelter and Solitude

Wisdom and Knowledge

It taught a lesson equally powerful of Survival and Hope

They would hang Charms from the branches of the Tree

HorseShoe for Good Luck

Ribbons for the Summer Solstice

Pentagram for Protection

And in the SpringTime it still managed to bloom regardless of its age

The trunk of that Olde Tree bore the scars left behind by many of those who wrote upon it their tragedies and misgivings as well as it told a tale about loveThat Tree stood tall and stood on its own and became known as the Witches Tree

When the Autumn arrived you would find the Witches gathered underneath the Tree collecting the seeds that had fallen to the ground

The seeds secretly stored away

They say…

When the Tree was chopped down it did not die

Its Spirit still lived through its deep underground roots

The seeds contained it Heritage

So the Witches decided to plant the seeds they had stored away for safe keeping in order to one day be able to spread the Wisdom and Knowledge around from the Olde Witches Tree that taught them so much

The seeds were watered everyday and soon they took hold into the Earth and began to grow upKNOWLEDGE SPELL

As we have learned Trees are essential to our survival

Want to attract Knowledge to yourself

Add Wisdom into your Thoughts

Enhance your ability to Learn

Acquire Roots to this Earth

…and

Begin to absorb the Lessons in Life we learnTOOLS

9 twigs around 5in-7in long from the largest and tallest Olde Oak Tree you can find

9in twine

3 purple candles

OAK TREE: is strength and wisdom as its deep roots penetrate deep into the UnderWorld and its branches soar to the sky

The Tree of Life

As the Druids put it…

“Knowledge of the Oak”

“Wise ones of the OakWood”

PURPLE CANDLE: creativity ~ wisdom ~ independence…and you may want to have some newspaper handy or else you can do this Spell outdoors

Once you have collected the Oak twigs prepare your work space

Light the 3 purple candles

Thoughts on gaining

Knowledge
Wisdom
Roots

Bundle up the twigs and tie them up tightly with the twine

Ask for what you want for what you are looking for in life

Drip the purple candle wax over the bundle of twigs

Each candle one at a time

Always keeping your mind focused on what you are doing

The wax will bind the twigs together

Let the wax cool down and dry then place the bundle in a quiet place for 3 days and 3 nights

Then plant the bundle outside 9in into the Earth near the Oak Tree that the twigs came from

Soon…in time you will begin to feel yourself growing in Wisdom soaring with Knowledge and your Roots planted firmly in the ground of life…and then came a fierce storm that tore through the City

Bolts of lightning
Twisted winds
Demon of darkness

Swirling around where a Tree once stood

They ran for shelter

All in a panic

And soon the streets of the City were completely empty

Not a soul in sight…

Folklore has it that no one would dare to plant anything in that spot where the Witches Tree once stood proud and tall

They say the storm swept the TownsPeople away never to be seen or heard from again

Exactly 13 months to the day after the Tree was chopped down they all just mysteriously disappeared

The Tree has become a sort of tourists attraction where remnants of the gnarled Tree still stands there today as a reminder of quite a creepy legend

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2 Responses to WITCHes TREE

  1. Beautiful💜💜💜

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