When the best defense is a good offense.
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Chicken feet are used for may things, primarily they are used for protection from enemies (known or unknown), this is a more active protection as apposed to the more common passive protection amulets. Used for home protection, in the car, for nightmares. Chicken feet are a proactive method of fighting negative entities and general negativity and are perfect for protection based on sympathetic magick.
In this workshop we will be making our own chicken feet, and then consecrating and charging them for their purpose. Most items will be provided, but please feel free to bring your own feathers, crystals and any personal lucky charms or items you would like to attach to your personal chicken foot.
Time: 1pm – 4pm (3hrs)
Where: Private Residence in Como, WA. Address available on purchase.
For more information please email Leanne (Lady Amaris)
About Amaris: Amaris has been working magick for many years, since the late eighties as a solitary witch and then initiated into a coven in the late nineties. For the past nineteen years she has been the leader or High Priestess of her own coven, (The Circle of Heka) running classes, workshops and making magick.
Circle of Heka Workshop and Course Cancellation policy
In the event, you have to cancel you can apply for a refund. It is essential that you provide adequate notice; being 7-days for a workshop or course.
There are strict guidelines for cancellation if you want a refund. The amount of time expended in setting students up for our events forms a significant part of the work, therefore you must provide adequate notice. There is much work done behind the scenes preparing to run the workshops and courses—including pre-purchasing of materials.
A full refund will be made, if the cancellation is made, in writing (email) by the student, more than 7 days before the event. Regrettably, no refunds will be made after that time.
In circumstances where the event has to be cancelled or postponed by the organizer, a full refund will be made to the student. If the student prefers they may elect to have, their fee transferred to the new date.