4. Picture of nature (water element).

Just look at it :)

Ugh.

3. Witchy tools: athame.

I don’t actually have one, which may seem quite bizarre.

There is one that I’m head over heals in love with that I look forward to buying though.

Ugh.

Just look at it.

2. A myth or story from folklore.

I decided to tell you guys a story my grand mum told me about when she was a little girl. I’ve posted about Tata Duende on here before, but this is a personal experience she had with him. When she and her sister were little girls, they used to go into the jungle on horseback to go swim in a swimming hole nearby. One day they went together but on the way there, they found a little house in a tiny yard with a small fence surrounding it, and in the yard, there were cigarette butts everywhere. There was a pair of black boots next to the door, and backwards foot prints leading up to the door. (Tata duende’s feet are backwards.) If I remember the story correctly, the fence had a sign that said Tata duende in scrawled handwriting. The horses wouldn’t stop freaking out the second the neared the house, so they left on one and tied one up to the fence so they could find the house later. When they came back with their mother, the horse was in the same spot, standing stiff like a robot and the house was gone.

1. What’s your witchy background?

My witchy background started out with Wicca. I don’t even really remember how I found it. Actually I think it was an option on myspace and me and my friend thought it was something like Mormonism. (Keep in mind, this was primary school) Then we looked into it and were fascinated. Cut to now, I’m a Hellenismo who worships in the cult of Aphrodite and is looking into studying Obeah.