I was born and raised in the heart of Lancashire in the United Kingdom, home of the original Pendle Witches. I take the name of Alizon for my Spell work and divination.
I am a practising Witch, mother and grandmother, attuned to Nature and the power of the elements, and am well skilled with several forms of divination techniques. I am extremely lucky to share my time between the UK, the magical Greek Island of Crete and the beautiful island of Cyprus with my husband being surrounded with the gifts of nature.
I am grateful for the blessings in my life and believe that I live the life I do because of the positive steps I have taken to bring about the life I want to live.
I believe in the Universal Laws and particularly the Law of Attraction, and practice the belief that if you believe good things will happen to you, they will.
I believe that doing good for others attracts good to you and doing bad to others attracts bad to you, three-fold.
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I believe in the power of Magic, and that everyone can achieve what they truly desire, if it harms no one.
I am a very experienced and successful Spell Caster and use my gifts and talents to help others. I am happy to cast powerful and effective spells for any positive purpose.
A number of factors need to be taken into consideration for Spells to work and help you.
In its most basic form a Spell is a set of steps that uses a specific formula.
And just as conducting a scientific experiment, baking a cake or learning to drive, all need a formula to follow then so does successful Spell casting.
Magic in its purest form is the manipulation and harnessing of specific energies combined with will, intent and action. The specific energies needed for Spells that work in the way they were intended need to be carefully put together.
A skilled and experienced Spell caster will have a wide knowledge of the energies contained in specific ingredients needed for Spells to work.
Energy exists in all things including thoughts, emotions and feelings along with tangible things such as humans, animals, plants etc.
Just like baking a wonderful, tasty and successful cake a Spell needs the correct ingredients in the correct amounts by using tools and utensils in the correct way.
I am an experienced Spell caster and have a wide knowledge of herbs, oils, crystals and other ingredients, their qualities, their energies and how to use them successfully.
I have a deep understanding of the power of color, moon phases, solar phases, astrological matters and other natural phenomenon. I am also very skilled in the use of altar tools and am attuned to the elements of air, earth, fire and water.
I am the founder of the Green Witches Coven – which is free for you to join.
I'm also the creator of the Minoan Healing Energy System , which is an ancient healing energy channelled on the magical island of Crete, home to the lost civilization of the Minoans. You can be attuned to this magical energy and become a Minoan Healing Energy Healer yourself.
I am the co-founder of the Psychic Advice Bureau and am an experienced Trainer and have devised, delivered and presented many courses on a wide range of subjects throughout my career to many, many people. My Tarot Reading Course is perhaps the most effective and simplest way to become a professional standard Tarot Reader and is very affordable.
I am a very experienced and successful Spell Caster and use my gifts and talents to help others. I am happy to cast Effective Spells, for any positive purpose.
I haven’t always been a Green Witch, nor did I celebrate and honour nature.
I was born in an industrial town on the outskirts of two major cities. In fact my birthplace of Lancashire in the United Kingdom was the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution beginning around 1700 saw the massive shift from an agricultural, rural based society reliant on the land, the seasons and the forces of nature for its very survival to the machine and factory based way of living. The two great industries of coal mining and cotton mill production coupled with urbanisation changed not only the landscape of the whole of Britain but changed the daily lives of millions of people. The changes subsequently spread throughout Europe and North America and eventually impacted the whole of the world.
No more were people living off their small plots of land and using wood from the forest for shelter and for fuel. Gone were the days when it was possible to be self sufficient by growing crops and vegetables and keeping animals for food. The rising and setting of the sun, the moon phases and the changing seasons mattered little in the depths of a coal mine or in the large, noisy and dusty factories.
In the factory mill or working down the pit you were paid a wage that enabled you to buy food, pay for shelter and use coal for fuel.
The factory siren, the mine whistle, the Town Hall clock or the ‘knocker up man” all summoned workers from their slumber. The clock was now master. The changing seasons mattered little if you lived and worked in an industrial town. My great grandparents, grandparents and parents all lived and worked in this industrial setting. Whereas the previous generations of my family line all worked on the land and lived in a rural setting.
As a girl growing up in an industrial town I knew little of nature. The concrete tower blocks, built on what was once farming land, rose to infamy in the 60s and 70s and housed the industrial town dwellers. The urban sprawl laid waste the natural land. The newly built supermarkets of the time replaced the corner shop, the market, the butcher, baker and candlestick maker. As time raged on, plastic wrapped, factory processed, deep frozen, additive laden foods became standard fare. We could buy everything and anything from all over the world with little thought given to fair trade, intensive and damaging farming techniques, battery chickens and inhumane treatment of animals. We cared little for the transportation impact on carbon emissions so long as we had a full range of plentiful and cheap perfectly shaped, blemish free foodstuffs.
Today, I am lucky enough to live in a rural community on the Greek Island of Crete. The people here are mainly self sufficient farmers producing all their basic needs in a natural, organic and “gentle on the land” way. Great care, effort and energy are used to grow fruits and vegetables and to tend livestock in a humane way. The care and effort they put in is evidenced in the absolute freshness, goodness and nutritionally rich and tasty foods they produce.
The changing seasons, the sun and the rain, matter greatly to the farmers. Many do not own a clock or a watch and use the sun as their time piece. They know with the guidance of the changing seasons throughout the year when to plant, when to prune and when to harvest.
As well as the sun they follow the phases of the moon believing that the moon produces an influence on the development of growing plants. There are specific times in the moon’s cycle when it is beneficial to plant certain crops and other times to harvest. The belief in moon farming by the phases of the moon is an ancient system of agriculture used by the Ancient Greeks but still holds place today. It is believed that the sowing of seeds, planting of trees, sheering of sheep and setting of hens should occur during a waxing or growing moon. The waning moon is said to be the best time for fruit picking and preserving and for pruning and wood cutting.
The phases of the moon and the cyclical nature of the seasons link in with the religious festivals and holy days that punctuate the year here in Crete. Great importance is placed on religious worship held in the many, many Greek Orthodox Churches here. Candles are lit, prayers are chanted, offerings are made, incense is burned and holy blessed water is used in the rituals that celebrate feast days and important religious festivals.
Not to dissimilar to how Witches today may conduct Magic spells as you will see later.