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  • She was always such a sweet girl and I thought she was like me—a hedgewitch.

    Crimson Wind

  • I am a witch a hedgewitch and I have a black cat called Owen.

    The Witch’s Cat

  • Jans (The All-American Rejects, The Ting Tings & Others Added to Lineup) hedgewitch (The All-American Rejects, The Ting Tings & Others Added to Lineup)

    Bumbershoot.org/Fresh

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  • Heehee.

    January 28, 2008

  • Wasn't there that musical "Hedgewitch and the Angry Inch"?

    :-)

    January 27, 2008

  • A Hedgewitch is someone who practices Hedgewitchery or Hedgecraft.

    HedgeCraft is a spiritual path and is a form of Traditional Witchcraft. It is most commonly practiced by modern Pagans. Hedgecraft is based on the village wisewoman of European folklore.

    Hedgewitches often practice herbalism, magick, wildcrafting, and many different forms of healing. The use of shamanic techniques is a part of this tradition. Such techniques as the use of trance inducing plants, drumming, dance, chanting and meditation. Hedgewitches are generally unconcerned with overly formal magical workings, preferring more simple folk magic.

    _Wikipedia

    Kitchen witch is a term sometimes used in place of the term hedgewitch in the United States.

    January 27, 2008