This is my witchcraft playlist, consisting of rituals, spells, repetitive chants, curses and lots of dancing songs. Some of the songs here contain evil magic, but I tried to surround them with good and protective music, so hopefully no harm will come from listening to them (although the fact that the video got banned in some countries is a bad omen, some wicked curse started to work already. Possible witches listening to this, please help me undo it).
Also, PLEASE REFRAIN FROM RELIGIOUS TALK IN THE COMMENTS. I cherish the magical power of music, and I hope you'll enjoy these songs as much as I do regardless of your faith. I realize that some of these songs carry sacred value for some listeners, while others may be offended by them, but I meant no harm or offense to either side when putting this collection together.
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Playlist (timings will come later on):
Wytches Chant - Inkubus Sukkubus
Mummer's Dance -- Loreena McKennit
Hecate -- Wendy Rule
Dessumíis Luge -- Eluveitie
Circle Within a Circle Chant-- Kate West
Rítusének -- Bea Palya
Mother of Darkness, Mother of Light Chant -- Alice Di Micele
Unda -- Faun
Hecate, Goddess of Witches -- Waning Moon
The Goddess and the Weaver -- Spiral Dance
Moon Chant -- Marie Bruce
In the Name of the Dance -- S. J. Tucker
Brictom -- Eluveitie
Acchi Mantra -- Lisa Thiel
The Earth Is Our Mother Chant -- Libana
SONG SILENCED DUE TO COPYRIGHT CLAIM - SORRY =(
Goddess Protection Chant -- Lisa Thiel
Dance of the Darkness -- Blackmore's Night
A Witch's Song -- Ordo Funebris
All Souls' Night -- Loreena McKennit
Karuna -- Faun
Witch's Rune -- S.J. Tucker
The Circle -- Blackmore's Night
Ice Queen (Acoustic) -- Within Temptation
Protection Chant -- Unknown
Song and Dance -- Blackmore's Night
Wytches Chant -- Inkubus Sukkubus
So you said this: "(although the fact that the video got banned in some countries is a bad omen, some wicked curse started to work already. Possible witches listening to this, please help me undo it). " Well i am Intermediate Witch according to my Occult but i am practicing removing curse's i can remove small curse's not heavy one's so if you want i can help.
Thank you for posting this as well as the other playlist like this. My mom used to have a cassette tape with similar music and I have been trying hard to find the songs. I was pretty young, but I loved listening to it. A found a couple of the songs in your videos <3
So I am wanting to convert to Wicca I have a couple of questions . 1. How does one formally convert . What oils and candles should I start off with . I also know there are different types of witches . What kind are there so I can find what works for me . Thank you . This compilation is so empowering .
Lauren HUGGINS 1.) You don’t really need to convert... anyone of any religion/any sexual orientations can become Wiccan, just choose when to start practicing. 2.) You don’t necessarily need anything to start off with, but different colors of candles would be best (doesn’t matter what brand), you could get a basic book on oils, and decide what you need afterwards. 3.) As of the different types of witches, there are many types (I’m still figuring out what I am), it just depends on what you’re drawn to, and what your intent is. I also suggest joining a group on the Amino app called: The Witches’ Circle; there are a ton of witches that are willing to help out if you have any more questions! I hope this helped. Blessed Be )O(
growing up i was raised Baptist but it never interested me or i never felt connected, i was there and i was saying everything i was told to read and sing and praise and told what to say but never internally felt connected to anything, I have heard of Wicca and pagan and other names of course being baptist its all evil they told me but i never really knew anything about it besides evil but till this year i did a lot of research and even got a book to read about it and i was surprised how connected they are to nature and there surroundings and all living things, im proud to say i have accepted paganism 3 months ago and i have never felt so connected to something before, im still new and learning but im excited about it, i would love to know more about anything about pagan and or wicca i am all ears and willing to learn,books,videos ect. thank you and blessings to all
I am Scottish and pagan my grandmother was a pagan witch and it is a way of life a beautiful and in the lightning way to live my husband says I’m in the pipe piper of animals and I may be but I love all living things and many blessings to all the other witches in pagans out thereAnd this music is so beautiful and in lightning I’m sitting right now looking at a full moon in my backyard so again many many blessings
Scotland is the land of Alba,
my daughter and sister and mother,
From the highest craigs to the deepest lochs,
From the lightest light to the darkest night,
Let my spirit always be with brave Alba.
I do know that some of the spells and ritual contains some curse but there ancient and I cannot undo them to make the good out of them , I know my spell,chants and etc anyway I tried my best to undo them and for other people that come across this comment, it is okay to think that I’m lying ,it’s fine by me weather or not you Believe me
Thank you for posting this. I've only been practicing for a few months and love this playlist. Some are great for meditating by and others help me let my spirit fly free as I dance to them. I would like to know what the name of the silenced one is that is mentioned in the playlist.
Hey friends! I’m just dipping my toe into the whole world of Wiccan and magic. I’m about 90% sure there’s a hex on me. Lots of details. Is anyone willing to chat with me to get this thing removed and start practicing a bit.
Be careful what you upload. The first chant has a very wild feeling to it and a "higher" pulling to me. It makes me feel strange and my feeling on it is, as a white magic user, to be very sensitive to what you put out as far as vibrations. The music is very beautiful, but it has a very dark and passionate feeling to it. I will work a spell to help you undo any harm caused by the "darker" music. Be wary and careful, but thank you for the beautiful music.
Okay so I believe we need a mix of “dark and light” in our lives so I’m not worried about “evil” music but to any of my brother and sisters who may be worried
May the goddess protect you from any evil that this music may cause to fall upon you.
I love all witchcraft, parnormal stuff and i am into something spirt keeping its bonding with spirt beings and enities in higher planes or relams of astral love it and they love this music and i love everyrthing about spiritual magic etc etc which is the same.
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