Snow White, Hansel & Gretel and Sleepy Beauty. What do they have in common? A very naive youth? No. I mean, yes, but that is not the answer we are going for here. The right answer is: The Witch!
Witches have fascinated and terrified the human race for ages. They were famous in Germany; people firmly believed in their supernatural powers, for good and evil. One might argue about what the witch represents in these stories, but the fact is that we love a good story about them.
Halls in The Forest brings you a great number of Folk Tales with witches in it; of every kind, in every possible way, from young and beautiful to the old hag.
Hold On to Your Broom and Follow Me
“To me, a witch is a woman that is capable of letting her intuition take hold of her actions, that communes with her environment, that isn’t afraid of facing challenges.” – Paulo Coelho
Whether you are on Team Paulo Coelho and believe witches are the free women society never wanted to accept, or if you are simply afraid of what they can do, I have a story for you.
Here is a glimpse of what you will get:
- The Millwright and The Witches
- The Witch in Double Guise
- Witches Meeting Shooed Away
- and so much more!
I hope you are as excited as I am.
If you want to learn more about the origin of witches’ stories, you can read it on Taverna da Ilsa’s Dark Tavern Talk.
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