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Perhaps no other contemporary film had as great an impact on the modern witchcraft movement as The Craft. Though it premiered to middling reviews, the 1996 movie, directed by Andrew Fleming from a script co-written with Peter Filardi, captivated both experienced witches and total acolytes with its authentic portrayal of adolescent girls who dabbled in witchcraft to improve their lives and gain power. Enthralled by its dark glamour, countless young girls were compelled to learn more about witchcraft and paganism, many turning to the nascent pagan internet for information and networking.

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The Craft dropped right into this teeming cauldron of witch narratives, soon to be followed by Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Practical Magic. What set The Craft apart from these more lighthearted stories was the rather dark trajectory of its storyline; this was no comedy or fairytale but a bonafide horror movie. Fairuza Balk played the ringleader of a coven of teen girls (along with Neve Campbell, Rachel True and Robin Tunney) who willfully dabble in witchcraft and get in way over their heads.

In this book, we will explore the folklore and mythology of the Celts and those that influenced them. We will discover how they worshipped the water, the ways in which they honored it, and the relationships they had with the spirits and supernatural forces dwelling within it. Since this is a witchcraft book, we will examine and consider these stories from the perspective of those who see truth in the supernatural. Whether you view them as accurate accounts passed down through the ages, as folktales exaggerated to provide insight into unknown phenomenon or cultural values, or even as moral lessons is up to you. Regardless of how you approach them, these stories provide access to the Otherworld and clues about how to interact with it. As such, they can act as the foundation for a modern practice for all watery-natured witches.

A modern water witch is simply one who works witchcraft with water and who is deeply connected to water and the spirits that dwell within it. By water, I do not mean just the ocean or large lakes, but also rain, snow, marshes, rivers, streams, and ponds, as well as many other forms of natural water that call to us.

Simply put, water magic is a craft based around bodies of water that uses water plants and other natural objects found near the water, and works primarily with spirits and deities that are associated with water. This craft is rooted in ancient water lore that developed in the traditions of country folk and was preserved in both ancient Pagan and Christian practices that centered around the British Isles, Brittany, and other Celtic regions. While not every topic presented here is drawn from the Celtic tradition, this information is gathered from lands where the ancient Celts exerted a strong influence and where their descendants preserved their traditions.

In my opinion, Emoto's work is ground-breaking and validates our craft. When we combine his visual evidence that vibrations, words, thoughts, and locations can vary the molecular structure of water with the reverence that ancient cultures had for water, water deities, and holy wells, we have evidence based in both history and science that water magic works. Moreover, this proof comes from someone who is not a magical practitioner. Did Emoto simply find, through scientific methods, what our ancient ancestors already knew? 076b4e4f54


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