Let’s Get Down To Brass Tacks, A Serious Talk About Witchcraft

You have heard all the old myths, tales and stereotypes about Witches. Now listen to the truth about Witches and Witchcraft. Lady of the Abyss give a very frank and open discussion about Witchcraft, from the beginning of time through the Burning Times up until modern day. Hear the stories and the truth that mainstream religion and Hollywood don’t want you to know. Also after Lady Abyss’ discussion, there are two reading from the Pagan author, Scott Cunningham from his Book of Shadows called “The Standing Stones.” Both of these readings are accepted as being part of our Craft. Mr. Cunningham is a well known and recognized authority on Wicca and Witchcraft. Between Lady Abyss and Scott Cunningham, you will have a clearer view of what Witches and the Craft are really about.


One of his readings, Words to the Wise & the other, The Nature of Our Ways both can be found in his book, “Wicca, A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner.”




2 thoughts on “Let’s Get Down To Brass Tacks, A Serious Talk About Witchcraft

  1. Lady of the Abyss, I listened to your podcast and have decided eight years ago I was already a (solitary?) witch. I love nature and wish for only peace and harmony in our world. I love the sea. I go to the ocean every chance I get. I also love the forest, especially the Northwest. I will share with you that at one time (The only time) I saw a green elf or a figure with a pointed hat and a green and white outfit who was about three feet tall. He was under a canopy of very tall pines. I was intrigued to say the least. He stared at me and I stared back for only a few minutes. Thank you and Blessed Be, Ocean Star (Steven).


    1. Thank you for letting me know. We struck an agreement with Podbean to put us on their front page with one purpose in mind, to tell people what we are really like. I have worked with site hosts all over the web and they have been the easiest yet. So if you ever decide to start a podcast, use them. As far as the elf goes, don’t challenge him. With the elf even staring at them could be considered to be a challenge depending on what type you run into. It is a good idea, just to glance and that’s it. I know it is amazing to see them but their thinking is not like ours. They take things we take as normal the wrong way occasionally.
      Have a very blessed day,
      Lady A


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