Mar 26, 2020
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This episode features Amy Blackthorn!
We had a fun chat about botanical magic - that's the magic with smells - plants, herbs, oils and more. We also got into her own journey becoming a Witch, a very scary accident that nearly killed her and what happened, getting started publishing books, and plenty more you'll love.
Amy Blackthorn has been described as an “arcane horticulturalist” for her lifelong work with magical plants. She is certified in aromatherapy and ordained through the Gryphon’s Grove School of Shamanism, and she incorporates her experiences in a British Traditional Witchcraft with her horticulture studies. Amy is also teaches hoodoo, and through her company, Blackthorn Hoodoo Blends, creates tea based on old hoodoo herbal formulas. She lives in Delaware.
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Intro voice over by Lothar Tuppan.
Outro voice over by Lonnie Scott
Intro & Outro Music by Nine Inch Nails on the album ‘7’, song title ‘Ghost’, under Creative Commons License.