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baron von lotsov 08-07-2007 08:29 AM

Third witchcraft shop opening in Glastonbury
 
I'm not talking about crystal shops and general New Age paraphernalia suppliers; I'm talking about shops that are specifically witchcraft shops.

Here are the other two of them.

http://www.witchcraftshop.co.uk/
http://www.magickbox.co.uk/

The new one is part of a new arcade designed especially for small businesses and one of these is a witchcraft shop.

Glastonbury is only a small town, approx 10 000 people and only has one greengrocer and the fishmonger shop has long been closed down. We have eight bookshops selling occult books, no bookshops selling English literature and about ten charity shops run by multi national stinking rich system charities all at no tax status.


Can anyone spot a problem here?

baron von lotsov 08-07-2007 09:01 AM

Look here

This is the telephone number of the shop in the highstreet.

01458 835999

Look at it upside down and what do you see?

danielg 08-07-2007 09:05 AM

Do they sell flying broomsticks?

baron von lotsov 08-07-2007 09:06 AM

We must have an Illuminati telephone exchange.

Profound Piercing - Body Piercing 01458 831666
http://www.glastonbury.co.uk/pages/site.php?pgid=316

Also the same deal with the doctor's surgury

(01458) 833666

http://www.glastonburysurgery.co.uk/LargeText/index.htm

john white 08-07-2007 12:14 PM

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Glastonbury is only a small town, approx 10 000 people and only has one greengrocer and the fishmonger shop has long been closed down. We have eight bookshops selling occult books,
Thats true

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no bookshops selling English literature
Thats definately NOT true

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and about ten charity shops run by multi national stinking rich system charities all at no tax status.
Same as every over town in Britain, so I don't know what your point is there, other than that people are a lot poorer than the system likes to make out

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Here's a positive suggestion for you Baron to cut out the international money grubbers, get a Glastonbury Freecycle going and cut out cash altogether

The nearest one is Wells and Street, which is practically on your doorstep

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Freecy...ellsandStreet/

baron von lotsov 08-07-2007 12:19 PM

Ah so if I were to go into Glastonbury to buy George Orwell's 1984 which shop would I go to John? This was something that I faced a little while back, please advise. Thanks.

john white 08-07-2007 12:22 PM

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Originally Posted by baron von lotsov (Post 72288)
Ah so if I were to go into Glastonbury to buy George Orwell's 1984 which shop would I go to John? This was something that I faced a little while back, please advise. Thanks.

Theres that bookshop on the right hand side of High Street that carry's novels, as well as Stationary and what not, and if I recall you can specifically order

Have you checked out your local Library?

i_am 08-07-2007 12:24 PM

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Originally Posted by baron von lotsov (Post 72288)
Ah so if I were to go into Glastonbury to buy George Orwell's 1984 which shop would I go to John? This was something that I faced a little while back, please advise. Thanks.

Is 1984 still readily available in bookshops anywhere? I borrowed it from my local library, however.

danielg 08-07-2007 12:26 PM

There is a shop selling conspiracy books, including Nexus magazine on the south side of Magdalene Street in Glastonbury.

eternal_spirit 08-07-2007 12:33 PM

Would seem to be more than just a coincidence baron. Glastonbury the capital of New Ageism, and more. What draws them there? Ley lines, Stone circles, powerfull energy points for rituals The Festival is good for propaganda.

john white 08-07-2007 12:50 PM

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Originally Posted by eternal_spirit (Post 72295)
Would seem to be more than just a coincidence baron. Glastonbury the capital of New Ageism, and more. What draws them there? Ley lines, Stone circles, powerfull energy points for rituals The Festival is good for propaganda.

Its true that: though Baron would probably tell us Ley Lines are Occult

Its unfortunate that, being as they are scientifically detectable and are actually flows of electrical force within the Earths Electro Magnetic feild

phoenix1 08-07-2007 12:56 PM

Purveyors of fine esoteric goods to the discerning


Brilliant are they open late on Sundays .. Hope so I may take a blast down there. cool:D:D:D

JeusChristPhoenix:rolleyes:

purple is a fruit 08-07-2007 12:59 PM

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Originally Posted by phoenix1 (Post 72306)
Purveyors of fine esoteric goods to the discerning


Brilliant are they open late on Sundays .. Hope so I may take a blast down there. cool:D:D:D

JeusChristPhoenix:rolleyes:



HAHAHA nice one phoenix:D

baron von lotsov 08-07-2007 01:18 PM

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Originally Posted by john white (Post 72289)
Theres that bookshop on the right hand side of High Street that carry's novels, as well as Stationary and what not, and if I recall you can specifically order

Have you checked out your local Library?


You mean Dicketts. I was told to try in there after going into that one called Growing Needs which didn't have a single book of that type. Actually it is more a general stationary shop with a few cookbooks and that sort of thing amounting to no more than a few shelves. Pretty poor show and I suppose they just stock the ones on the national curriculum. I have already checked it before and didn't see any literature books.

baron von lotsov 08-07-2007 01:23 PM

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Originally Posted by danielg (Post 72291)
There is a shop selling conspiracy books, including Nexus magazine on the south side of Magdalene Street in Glastonbury.


That was the one I tried. It's called Growing Needs but now it is mainly occult books and tacky things like 101 spells and the bible codes bollox and oh yes that geezer Graham Hancock. I often peek in the windows of these places to see what the latest agenda crap is.

phoenix1 08-07-2007 04:04 PM

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Originally Posted by purple is a fruit (Post 72308)
HAHAHA nice one phoenix:D


HAHAH Purps , like ill arrive there around midnight tonight (Sunday) The old broomstick is getting a little tired now.. I'll have to set out early.. when i'm there I'll trade it in, and power up another new one .. yanno the new super slick model... StarFire it's called.

It wasn't hard WICH one to pick lol.:rolleyes: Aberacadfuckindabre , shit my broom wont start ..erm ok erm frakinfickingcadabra, nope dammit !! Abba ?? Nope..erm one more go ... abracadabre.. damn ok.. one more go or ill be late for the shop.. hell I mighr miss a black mass they are doing in the shop tonight.


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Yep nice one that works .. dammit my memories suffered throgh all this occultism lol.:eek::rolleyes:

StillJesusChristPhoenix lol

phildee3 01-10-2007 11:00 AM

Don't sweat it, Baron.
At least these people are transparant.
The Anglicans and the R.C.s in Glastonbury are practicing the left hand path disguised as Christianity; - much more occult!

Witchcraft (even if practiced seriously, which most of this isn't) doesn't have power over the light anyway.

Let 'em play.
What do you want, censorship?


"The glory of Glaston will be seen once more." - Frederick Bligh Bond.

chris 01-10-2007 12:50 PM

Glastonbury has major pagan history so there’s little wonder pagans move there to play pantomime.

scarlett 01-10-2007 02:03 PM

Awesome, look what I found on the online shop? I've been looking everywhere for these...


http://www.witchcraftshop.co.uk/images/items/004618.jpg

WITCHY MOUSE
3 inch grey felt, hand made mice poppets, complete with witchy accessories.

auron 01-10-2007 04:39 PM

http://www.badongo.com/t/a/1766503.gif


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