Turn into a girl spell
One morning recently while on a business trip, I awoke in a hotel in a city in which I do not live. I squinted around for my phone to silence the alarm alerting me it was time to prepare for my flight home.
J uliet Diaz said she was having trouble not listening to my thoughts. We were surrounded by nearly houseplants, the earthy smell of incense, and, according to Diaz, several of my ancestral spirit guides, who had followed me in. But over the past few years, witchcraft, long viewed with suspicion and even hostility, has transmuted into a mainstream phenomenon. The coven is the new squad: There are sea witches, city witches, cottage witches, kitchen witches, and influencer witches, who share recipes for moon water or dreamy photos of altars bathed in candlelight. But Wicca represents just one among many approaches to witchery, and not all witches consider themselves pagan or Wiccan. What exactly they mean by that can vary from witch to witch.
|My age:||I am just out of my twenties|
|My body features:||I'm chubby|
|I like to drink:||I like absinthe|
|What is my hobbies:||Drawing|