A place for witches in the RVA community, and beyond, to get together to talk about the mystical, magical, and mundane. The Witches Table is where you can come and share yourself, knowledge, experiences, and practices with the community at large. Join us as we strive to build community and provide witchcraft education by dispelling myths about who witches are and what we do.
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Happy Holiday's! We know that spending the holiday season with family can often be messy and anxiety inducing for many. It can become even more complicated if you have different beliefs from your family. Many people feel compelled to come out to fami... more
With Halloween fast approaching, we thought it would be a good idea to talk about divination! How it works, where it comes from, and what styles we like to practice. From pendulums to animal intestines, take a seat at the table with us! more
The media has undoubtedly shaped the way people view us and what we do, both for good and for bad. On today’s episode, we discuss how news outlets affect society's views on witchcraft. Since the dawn of the Church as an institution, many things have ... more
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The Witches Table launched 5 months ago and published 4 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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