Rewilding Witchcraft: Speaking from the Swamp, Part 2

6 thoughts on “Rewilding Witchcraft: Speaking from the Swamp, Part 2”

  1. I have many times thought of enrolling in environmental sciences classes at FAU, at least, just to learn this basic information about the region. I often feel it is so important! I can go out there and appreciate the spirit of the place and connect to it in all levels except the actual knowing/intellectual one.

    We must do this! 😀

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    1. I’m trying to figure out when there might be any native plant walks happening in the area, I’ll keep you posted on what I find out!

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  2. This has sparked many thoughts now bouncing around in my dirt worshipping little brain and what it means to live in a small city being of nature and really how I have to work hard to find those wild places.. and the loss of them..

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Morgan. In spite of the dire tone here, I’m not all gloom about the possibilities. Maybe foolishly, I still hold some hope that the tide will turn, preferably by conscious choice rather than past choices catching up with us. But yes, emphatically yes, we all need to find those wild places, nurture them externally and internally and let the wild speak in a way that most Westerners haven’t heard in a very long time.

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