City Magick Part 1
So many books on witchcraft revolve around the energy of mother earth and nature. While I love and honor nature, I seem to get more energy from the city. The skyscrapers of New York and the concrete jungle is where I feel at home. I I’ve in Denver, but I rarely go to the mountains to get refreshed or energy for magical work. The city is where I find my recharge! I find it interesting that out of all the books out there on witchcraft, there are only a handful dedicated towards our metropolitan lifestyle. Not every witch wants a drum circle in the woods to celebrate the Sabbaths. I would love to see a book on witchcraft for those of us into electronic music, digital alchemy, concrete temples and who prefer a loud boom box over a drum circle. The energy of the city has it’s magical elements and the psychic energy of city people are undeniable. This post is just a quick rant that not all witches prefer the nature based paths, but crave the energy of skyscrapers and traffic lights. I feel that city magick needs to be explored, and may be the base of my magical work for the next year. To translate nature based workshops into a usable path for the urban witch. It’s time for witchcraft to grow and include those of us who prefer the energy of the city night.