1. In modern Paganism, a term used by and for solitary Witches whose practices incorporate large amounts of natural magic, herb lore, and similar subjects, and who generally do not claim a connection with any particular tradition.
2. Raymond Buckland, in The Witch Book, adds that a Hedge Witch doesn’t necessarily become involved with the religious aspect of Witchcraft, and doesn’t use complicated rituals.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Kelden, author of The Crooked Path and the new Witches' Sabbath.
An important aspect of Traditional Witchcraft is interacting with the Otherworld. To forge a deep relationship with spirits and the...