Black Pullet Talisman Badge (White)
A fabric badge based on an 18th century talisman.
The Black Toad
West Country Witchcraft and Magic by Gemma Gary
Silver Twig Pentacle Necklace with Chain – boxed
Wheel of the Year Poster
A colourful poster depicting the seasonal festivals.
This poster is approximately 42cm high by 30cm wide and is packaged in a strong cardboard tube.
Spell Book of the Good Witch of Pendle
Reliable Magic for success in all Cicumstances
Many people who practised magic compiled their own notebooks of spells and charms. Although no book of magic associated with the Pendle witches has survived, this is an imagining of what a book written by Jennet Device might have been like.
The spells are based on authentic records, but are of course for entertainment only, as a reflection of our ancestors’ traditional beliefs. For more information about their sources and the history of folk magic, see my book ‘Wicked Enchantments: A History of the Pendle Witches and their Magic’ (Palatine Books, 2010)
The Devil’s Dozen: Thirteen Craft rites of the Old One
In this fabulous book by Traditional West Country witch, Gemma Gary – available in paperback for the first time – readers will find thirteen rites for both the ‘lone’ practitioner and the assembled companie – rites of vision, sacred compact, dedication, initiation, consecration, empowerment, protection, illumination, union, transformation and devotion.
Stang Top and Shoe
A hand-forged stang top and shoe to complete your staff.
Obsidian Mirror (Small)
A scrying (divination) mirror made of obsidian.
For use with our Museum of Witchcraft incense.
Traditional Witchcraft – A Cornish Book of Ways by Gemma Gary
Silent as the Trees: Devonshire Witchcraft, Folklore and Magic
Gemma Gary’s latest book.
A Witch’s Mirror
The Art of Making Magic: book by Levannah Morgan
Medieval Witch Badge
Button badge with a picture of a witch from a medieval manuscript.
Lucky Cornish Charm Bracelet
Featuring a Cornish Pisky.
Black Dog Folklore
A comprehensive study of the image of the Black Dog in folklore.