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Something Witchy In Regina

  • by RR Team
  • 03,May 21
Something Witchy In Regina
An article about the Broom Closet
For those of you who are intrigued by the article name, we assure you that this is not clickbait. This month we are introducing you to something special and wonderful here in the alternative community in Regina. 


Meet Donna Kruger. Donna is a witch! No, not a witch as in a mean lady. She is a witch as in the proper use of the term. 

 

And for those of you who still aren’t sure of what I mean, let me spell it out for you….. Donna practices WITCHRAFT. Please watch the video below to hear from her  on her beliefs and her experiences as an entrepreneur trading in witchy supplies. 

Interview With Donna

WItchcraft is hundreds of years old and has nothing to do with our misbegotten concepts of mean women riding on brooms and eating little children for dinner. Indeed the practice of withcraft has as it’s central principle “an it harm none, do what thou wilt” which is an expression of both freedom and responsibility. 


Donna has taken her role as witch educator and supplier very seriously. Our visit to her store was both informative and quite honestly, a lot of fun. Donna took us through all the wonderful supplies which her store offers from natural herbs to divination tools. She is honestly a wealth of knowledge and a very important resource to this community. See her store offerings below.

We also asked her about her collaboration with Karli Jessup from Jessup’s General store as the natural intersection between art and esoteric creativity was interesting. We were shown all the inspiration which the occult arts have provided in terms of the design work which Karli has produced. Some of these designs were beyond intricate and had a lot of inspiration in mythical and popular folklore. For those of you thinking about delving into the wide and wonderful world of the occult, please visit this store. If not for the knowledge, then go for the great fun which happens in the store every day.

 

Make sure to check it out at 1811 Quebec St, Regina.