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Protection Magick




Hey, Wilderness Witches!


For those that celebrated Ostara, I hope you had a wonderful time.


Over the next few months, I’m going to be sharing a series of Witchcraft Basics with you. Apologies to those of you that are already experienced in these areas, hopefully there will still be something that you can take away with you.


Today’s post is going to be short and sweet and will be looking at protection magick; namely what it is and why we need it.


Protection magick is a fundamental part of witchcraft and can be thought of as a way to magickly guard your spiritual health. The practice can also be applied to a space, such as your home or vehicle.


Think of it in similar terms to locking your doors at night. While we do not expect to have our homes broken into, we still take this precautionary measure in order to protect ourselves as much as we can.


Additionally, we safeguard our physical health and wellbeing by washing our hands and getting vaccinated, wearing a seatbelt whilst travelling in a car, and looking both ways before crossing a road.


As such, the majority of protection magick is a preventative practice. We do it to stop anything from happening, rather than in reaction to something that has already taken place. There may be times when a threat has already occurred, and you need to react quickly, but this will be covered in a later post.


The procedures and materials required for protection magick range from extremely complex to deceptively simple and over the coming weeks I will be sharing many of these with you.


If there is anything specific that you would like me to cover, or you have any further questions, please feel free to get in touch over in the Coven group.


Until next time,

Amy x






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Georgina Kerr
Georgina Kerr
Mar 31, 2021

Thankyou I’m excited

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mich2hughes
mich2hughes
Mar 30, 2021

Thanks 💜 xx

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taramanalo
taramanalo
Mar 29, 2021

Fab can’t wait ☺️ xx

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mich2hughes
mich2hughes
Mar 28, 2021

Thank you 😘 xx

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Barbara Thebeau
Barbara Thebeau
Mar 28, 2021

Thank you. I love to hear how others practice the craft. I take what I like and incorporate it into my own practice.✨

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