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Meaning Of Cloak

Spells and Rituals

One of the defining characteristics of a witch is their ability to cast spells; a "spell" being the word used to signify the means employed to carry out a magical action. A spell could consist of a ritual action, a set of words, a verse, or any combination of these, many of which are archived in books known as Grimoires. For reasons unknown, the majority of spells used by practitioners of Spirit Magic and Traditional Magic are spoken in an ancient language very similar to Latin. However...

Witch Wobblyknees is a bit of a recluse and too mean to replace her faulty wand. When she meets an old friend at a reunion event she is persuaded to get a new one - and once she has used it to brighten up her little cottage she is inspired to rejoin village life and become part of her community again. A charming fable about tolerance and self-confidence, written by Rosita Bird and set in her fictional village of Tralado, depicted in Sarah Waterfield's gloriously quirky illustrations

Her red cloak swirled around her, the anguished cry of a male catching her attention. Everyone knows this forest is dark so what compelled this man to break the unspoken vow of entering?


black is authoritive, powerful, evokes strong emotions, and too much black can feel overwhelming. black represents power, sophistication, elegance, formality, mystery and the unknown.


OH MY GOSH!!!!! This guy is like an exact replica of Brutan in, say, his early/mid thirties. I mean, IT'S PERFECT!! He even has to old raggedy boots!!! Love it so much!!!


Finnish mythology. Tuulikki (pronounced TOO-le-kee) is the Finnish Goddess of Forest Creatures, daughter of Mielikki and Tapio. Her name means “little wind,” and she plays a role very similar to that of her mother. Both Tuulikki and Mielikki were asked to help hunters in finding game, and Tuulikki also protected breeding animals, ensuring a continued supply.