Sunday, 19 May 2019
Pagan Eye: Fairy Hill at the Museum of Witchcraft
This year's exhibition at the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, in Boscastle, is called Betwixt and Between. It is inspired by Isobel Gowdie, the Witch of Auldearn, whose confessions to witchcraft in the 17th century included feasting beneath the Downie Hill with the King and Queen of the Fairies. This photo shows an artist's impression of that feast hall - one of the exhibits on display.
I am currently in Boscastle for the museum's annual conference, which is also on the theme of Isobel Gowdie as well as folkloric witchcraft, spells of transformation and fairy beliefs. I'll be blogging about that more in future, but for now here is a picture I took yesterday.
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