The Guilds of Practitioners

This blog is written and maintained by members of the Oley Freindschaft Guild of Braucherei Practitioners and of the Guild of Urglaawe Braucherei and Hexerei Practitioners.


The Oley Freindschaft recognizes the totality of the practice of Braucherei, which includes the contexts of Christianity and of Urglaawe.

The Guild of Urglaawe Braucherei and Hexerei Practitioners is dedicated to the advancement of these traditions within the Urglaawe context.

Guilds

This is a list of currently active specialty guilds that do not require an apprenticeship. The purpose of these "sub-guilds" is to advance the awareness, understanding, and practical use of Braucherei and Hexerei in the Urglaawe context.

All of these specialties are currently housed on Facebook. 

There are other specialty guilds planned, plus a method for reasonable and meaningful apprenticeships must be devised.

Updated 12/10/2014

4 comments:

  1. I am very interested in knowing more about this. I have recently discovered that my great grandmother practiced this form of healing. I have been doing most of this very samework intuitively for decades and am a licenced massage practitioner for 12 years. It is birthright and it has revealed itself to me. I would do it regardless but would like to know how to find out details. Could someone contact me? pameladiva9@gmail.com. Thank you beyond measure.

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  2. So I am very interested in this but I have no clue where to start! My good friend was teaching me a little about Hoodoo (conjure) practices and mentioned this briefly. It got me interested. My ancestors are from the area in Germany referred to as the Palatinate area and they migrated here in 1710. Would they have practiced this?

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  3. Look us up on Facebook... Search for "Urglaawe' and choose the group (as opposed to the community page). :)

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  4. It's quite likely that they would have, or would have known someone in their community who did.

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