1968 Halloween Witch Hexing Wall St http://bevgrantphotography.com
Today is October 31, 2018, and I thought I ought to, at the very least, do something to celebrate with the spirit of four of the band of witches who emerged from the underground to hex Wall Street 50 years ago.
I'm not pausing to check the dates they died, but they did. I hope some readers will be interested enough to search the web.
WEB: cyber, like spider, useful in W.I.T.C.H.craft. W.I.T.C.H.(Women In Time Changing History, as used here, but the letters may stand for anything else a merry band of 7 to 11 women -- never more than 13 nor less than 3 -- cook up to have fun doing some serious good that needs doing but best for many reasons the doers unknown) did not exist as such until after the 1968 Halloween Hexing of Wall St when some of the New York Radical Women dressed up like witches to raise consciousness about the web of connections no mere spider had spun.
Then a bit about each of them. The photographs are all by Bev Grant. If you want to use any of them in anything anyone pays you for, please go tohttps://www.bevgrantphotography.com and ask her permission. You'll also find more images
Marcia Seavy/Patrick hexing Wall Street 1968http://bevgrantphotography.com Click pic for more about Marcia
Florika Remetier hexing Wall St 1968 http://bevgrantphotography.com . click pic for more about Florika
Ros Baxendall Halloween hexing of Wall St. Click pic for more about Roz http://bevgrantphotography.com
Lynn Laredo years after she led "movement exercises" that prepared Halloween hexing and other consciousness raisers performed by W.I.T.C.H. around NYC in 1968-9. Click Lynn's pic for more about her
And sellected images to meditate on
have to come back for that.
updated Aug 27,2023 Now back in Atlanta. Recently appointed by mayor to Board of Chattahoochee Brick Company to memorialize convict lease labor; joined committee for disarmament and to end war of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom; still managing Facebook groups Woman's Work Goes On, It's About time, and White Southerners Talking About Reparations. contact me in a comment there or at email@example.com Please feel free to use anything on my site and I'll be honored if you do; but if you do, please cite Peggy Dobbins and include a link to peggydobbins.net