They say spirituality is the study of the spirit. While scientists have struggled to catch up with the matter fully, witches, warlocks, psychics and others within the community have been doing it for centuries, uncovering the secrets forgotten by time. Fortunately, time does not have amnesia: these secrets and more can be unlocked at Leith Witchcraft Market on September 11, 2022.
Located at Leith Arches, the market has a unique allure that draws in ‘witchy crafters and crafty witches’. You can top up your crystal collection, get a tarot card or palm reading, buy your first tarot deck or simply join a coven. And to further get into the Halloween spirit, treat yourself to handmade magical jewellery, art in multiple forms by local artists or skull shaped handmade soap.
Nic from Meadows Crystal Shop has been in the crystal business for 15 years. Also a reiki practitioner and an intuitive energy healer, she works with sound and crystals. “I love to assist people in finding and connecting with the right crystal for them. Crystals speak to us in many subtle ways, guiding us to the energy that may aid us at that time.”, says Nic. You can find her crystal stall downstairs and discover which rock formation is right for you.
And what can be more flavoursome than a witchy wine tasting. Siobhan, who is an illustrator, creator and wine witch will be doing ‘di-vin-ation’ with a tarot inspired wine tasting. You can also grab some themed greeting cards made by the maker.
And for those looking for spiritual guidance, Kalem Turner is there to help. Offering card and palmistry readings, Kalem uses divination and their intuition to advise visitors on matter of love, career, money, homelife and more. It’s first come first served, so just turn up and see what destiny has in store for you.
Leith Witchcraft Market is the perfect spot to celebrate the harvest, mark the start of autumn leading up to Halloween, feed your curiosity or just join an inclusive, wholesome community full of kind people. Supporting local businesses and artists is at the heart of what they do, and the market is usually on regularly. If you can’t make it in September, you can head down on October 22 and 23 or on December 10.