Abra Cadabra Lessons:

Practicing witchcraft has long been a hobby of mine for centuries now. Not a day goes by that I don’t cast a spell or recite an incantation or brew up a potion. Got to keep a steady head one never knows when a necrotic palsy curse might be called upon in a hasty fashion. I like to practice rhyming games to sharpen my tongue like pronouncing everything with long vowels and a mouth full of rocks.

Lets listen in to the mistress who must not be named for she is a real true witch and very much alive. Never a good idea to tangle with a superior source but if you are at all interested in such existential matters of matter, time and space then by all means get a pad and a pencil handy. Gather the ingredients such as the assorted roots, warts and banes and get out your cauldrons. Let me warn you that these magic passages work! But if they don’t then let me know when it all goes haywire so I can have a good laugh at your expense.

Everyone ready? Let’s begin:

Lesson 1.

Introduction to magic - Gods


  1. Nice to know the Goddess sounds like she's from Long Island.

  2. Jesus!, she must gun sticks 23.5 hours a day for a voice like that... either that or she doesn't gargle after a day of blowing johns...

  3. I think it's like Jason said, it's Long Island. Maybe it's more like blowing demons all day.