Early, early, comes the dark, something moves along the ditches.
Was that singing? Hark, oh hark to the chanting of the witches!
I am the wind and I am the trees.
I am the Earth and I am the seas.
I am a mother and I am a child.
I am a lover of passions gone wild.
I am the rain and I am the soul.
I am the one who makes the spirit whole.
I am the Maiden, Mother, and Crone.
I am the reaper of seeds that are sown.
I am within and I am without.
I am everywhere and everything about.
As Maiden I gave you the gift of joy.
As Mother I gave you nurturing and care.
As Crone I gave you wisdom unknown.
All of these gifts I have given you to share.
All of these gifts I have given you to share.
The Enchantment School of Witchcraft is like no other. It teaches the student what they need to know about learning and practicing the art of Witchcraft. I am not teaching Wicca here. I teach Witchcraft. I do not teach the fluffy bunny/hug a tree magick.
I provide you with the one on one education you need to make your path of becoming a witch a successful and spiritual journey.
My witchcraft lessons that I write are easy to follow, easy to follow but not easy. My witchcraft lessons are written to guide you on your path throughout all your levels of training. You are not just paying for lessons; you are taking a step in learning what you want to learn. You are getting personal hands on instruction and guidance from me for your journey.
Witchcraft - Witchcraft is still a hot subject today. The very mention of the word "witch" excites strong emotions. For some people it still conjures up a rather folk image of the storybook elderly witch with her pointy hat, broomstick, black cat, and crooked smile. That was then this is now.
The popularity of witchcraft has never been greater we are on an awakening to the new age. There are more people taking on the challenges of the craft more than ever.
We are increasing in numbers. The earliest Witches were leaders of their communities. They dealt with its basis concerns: birth, death, and life, the welfare of the tribe and the success of the warriors. They were focused and had an eye for the subtle differences in nature, and they had a deep sense of the rhythmic vibrations which connect all living things. They understood the need for balance and humanity.
Witchcraft teaches us that by aligning ourselves with the natural flow of the universe, through reasonable methods, we can simply and effortlessly get what we need and want.
All it really takes is desire, imagination, and a willingness to have an open mind to what others don’t understand.
We have dramatically been rising above this stereotype to revive our old ways and emerge slowly from the shadows in which we were forced to hide.
Witchcraft now has a much brighter future.
NOTE: If this is your calling and you are 18 or older please proceed to the Enrollment Form by clicking on the link or you can find the link at top of the page. This must be your true calling. You will not be accepted if you are just here because of the show "Charmed" or the Harry Potter movies etc...
I am looking for students who feel this is truly their path and they want to learn. I am looking for students who are dedicated to learning the art of the craft. If you are looking for more information about what you will be learning, see the About the School page.
If you are not 18 you must have your parent's permission before I can take you on as a student. So if this is the case have your parent contact me about lessons.
Early, early, comes the dark,
something moves along the ditches.
Was that singing? Hark, oh hark
to the chanting of the witches!
Come, sisters, come,
let us screech at the windows,
let us blow out the candles
and breathe on their hair,
we've shadowed the moon
and called up the night-wind,
the owl and the cat and the broom
will be there.
Let us turn their blood chill
with the sight of our faces,
let us touch them with fingers
both crooked and cold,
and then shrilly laughing
we'll be off to the hill tops
to frisk and to frolic
as always of old.
Did you hear them? Were they saying
scary things to shake the knees?
Or was that but breezes playing
in the dry and brittle trees?
© Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth
ESW Mission Statement
My mission is to give interesting, unique and thought provoking lessons to my students. To discuss and grade lessons in a timely manner. To teach those that wish to have a real education in the art of the craft, not just generic information that will teach you the basics. To treat my students as special people who are looking for a life-long journey. By offering my personal attention to each and every student. Keeping school affordable so that everyone may follow the path they are being lead to. To train those that seek the journey they have been lead to. To continuously add and change my lessons so that they are always being updated with the information I feel you will need on your journey. To welcome each and every student with a smile. To have each student feel they are important and treasured in my life.