I wonder how many of us Londoners are here. We are very good at hiding. There are no groups out here where we could meet and greet ourselves with a secret handshake:) When we come to witchcraft gatherings it’s better to pretend to be into white magick otherwise you’re suddenly controversial. Black magick can be very lonely as except the internet is very difficult to meet anyone who understands this journey and it’s impossible to talk about it unless we are sure someone else 100% understands and it’s safe to talk. So lets at least come out here and introduce ourselves to see that we are not alone in this city:) I’m in Ealing.
Its a club call vodoo, in london. Its gotic club or something. a friend told me she convert to satanism meeting cool peopls there, she follow baphomet, whit weeks to arrive she learn enghlis, got job opportunitys, etc its 2 more clubs, u should chk tat place out
Living Down Under and well before the internet, when I was young, I hated British occultists because they had access to all the sacred woods, sacred and medicinal herbs and all the published rituals were for the northern hemisphere (the English language ones were mostly from guess where?). Later on I hated American (like Lady Sheba) and European practitioners. I really had a hatred for practitioners in the northern hemisphere. Then I grew up.