Tag Archives: Witches

Word Cloud: ENTHRALL

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Witches. In cultures around the world, stories are told of women who have some extraordinary power: the gift of foretelling the future; of casting spells to alter reality; of mysteriously healing the sick; of cursing their … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: WITCH

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Witch . . . There’s a long and often tragic history attached to that word. In our enlightened 21st century Western culture, it’s more likely to be used as a somewhat more polite euphemism for that … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: THRALL

by Nona Blyth Cloud Witches. In cultures around the world, stories are told of women who have some extraordinary power: the gift of foretelling the future; of casting spells to alter reality; of mysteriously healing the sick; of cursing their … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: SOUNDINGS

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD I usually don’t feel the need to explain my one-word titles, but this connection is personal. “Soundings” are what sailors take when they are in shallow water or where there are hidden rocks. Sounding is also … Continue reading

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