Resurgence of Practice of Russian Folk Magick

Recently, the Moscow Times ran a feature on the renaissance of native folk magick. An excerpt reads:

“’What we now call practical magic in Russia is a bizarre fusion of Russian village magic, the witchcraft that came from Europe which works with prayers, rituals and spells, reinterpreted practices of modern paganism and many other traditions,’ says Irina Agafonova, owner and founder of the Ved’mino Schastiye (Happywitch Magic Store) chain of magic shops that has locations in six Russian cities. ‘All of these systems are combined in practice, because at its heart lies magic, which cannot be labeled — the ability to awaken in oneself and interact directly with the delicate spirit of the world.’”

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