Tuesday, 20 October 2015
Question: Should Your Besom Touch the Ground?
Now, when I was young my family used a besom broom to sweep up the leaves in the garden every autumn or to sweep up the grass cuttings after mowing the lawn. It did that job very well indeed - just as well as any modern plastic garden broom.
So, why do I keep reading in books teaching witchcraft that your besom should never actually touch the ground?
What do you think? Do you keep your besom airborne or are you a more down-to-earth witch?
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