My Cabot Witch Journey
Joining a tradition that chose me
I’ve always had a love for majick and for witchcraft and the unexplained. I had a Ouija board at age 10 and started reading books about strengthening psychic abilities at about the same age. I’ve always known that there was something special and different about me.
I did meddle with witchcraft when I was young, and I say “meddle” because I had no business doing what I was doing and learned a painful lesson. Majick is real!
Unfortunately, my spellwork at such a young age with absolutely no guidance, but a lot of anger, DID, in fact work. The spell worked magnificently — on me first, the intended party second.
The next time I meddled, also from a place not very educated and full of pain, it did work, but I also carried guilt. So much so that I turned my back, followed the mundane socially accepted path of being unfulfilled and always searching for answers that I forgot I already had.
I had decided organized religion was not for me. I studied quite a few. I personally found nature to be the closest thing to anything I could worship or call a power greater than myself. I’ve enjoyed being a solitary practitioner for many years, but again, something had been missing.
Then Laurie Cabot came into my radar. A friend expressed an interest in her course, mentioned a few of her books, I ordered one for my Kindle, and started reading. I knew right then and there, reading Laurie’s words and feeling them deep in my soul as true and correct, that this was my tradition. I was home, finally.
I am honored to have received training by Laurie Cabot and have been initiated into the Cabot-Kent Tradition of Witchcraft. I am a second degree Cabot Witch, a Priestess!
While I make a variety of different items, the spellwork-related items will be in the correct manner and honoring the Cabot tradition.