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Thursday, 23 October 2008

Appalachian Or Granny Tradition Of Witchcraft

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Appalachian 'Granny' Tradition: A tradition dating back to the first settlers of the Appalachian Mountains who came to the United States from Scotland and Ireland in the 1700's and who brought with them their "Old World" magical traditions. Those traditions were then blended with the local tradition of the Cherokee Tribes into a combination of local herbal folk remedies and charms, faith healing, storytelling and magick. The 'Granny' Witches call themselves 'Doctor Witches' or 'Water Witches' depending upon whether they are more gifted in healing and midwifery, or if they are more in tune with dowsing for water, lay lines and energy vortexes. This tradition is termed 'Granny' from the prominent role played by older women in the mountain communities.

Free e-books (can be downloaded):

Alexander Roberts - A Treatise Of Witchcraft
Bylaws - Unicorn Tradition Of Wicca

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