X
OOPS!
VIEW CART
CONTINUE SHOPPING
X
ADDED!
VIEW CART
CONTINUE SHOPPING
X
OOPS!
MANAGE WISHLISTS
CONTINUE SHOPPING
X
ADDED!
CANCEL
(0)
Llewellyn is committed to keeping our staff and customers healthy and safe, as well as being good corporate citizens, during this time. Click to read how we are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Online Reference For Body, Mind & Spirit

Term: Isobel Gowdie

DEFINITION:
A famous Scottish Witch. In 1662 she confessed to a number of fanciful acts of magick, including shapeshifting into the form of a hare and visiting Elphame, the queen of the fairies, under the earth. She confessed without being tortured, but her bizarre claims did not fit with what her inquisitors expected. Some think she was psychotic while others think it was a clever way to confuse those who spoke against her. There is no record as to what happened to her.
SHARE:    /   PRINT
IN OUR BLOGS
5 Ways Warriors Have Used Magic for Social Justice
by Anna
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tomás Prower, author of La Santa Muerte, Queer Magic, Morbid Magic, and the new Warrior Magic. Everywhere in human history where there have been oppressed peoples, there have also been warriors...
What's New
$16.99 US
  /  
$25.95 US
  /  
$21.99 US
  /  
$17.99 US
  /  
       
Copyright © 2022 - Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.