Women who call themselves “witches”

Question: What do you think of women saying that they are witches? What is it? What is at the center of this archetype? How can that symbol deform the light at the identity level? Can it be a positive thought form?


Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given at the 2020 Webinar for the Liberation of Women.

Well, my beloved, whether it is a positive thoughtform or not depends entirely on the context. In other words, what is the situation in society?  Basically, we can say that, from an ascended perspective, we would prefer that women would not declare themselves as being witches. Because the concept of a witch has been so distorted by history, partly because it has been associated with the witch trials and the persecution of witches in the Middle Ages by the Catholic religion, partly because in the modern age it has become more associated with Wicca and other questionable practices. 

We would rather prefer that women would identify themselves as more aware or awakened women, rather than witches. “Witches” is putting a matrix on yourselves. And often you are associated with some outer philosophy or thinking, and therefore you put yourself in a box. Naturally, you also have societies where women who are somehow different or standing out a little bit are identified as witches and therefore persecuted, even killed. And this is, of course, something that is also very unfortunate. And that is why anyone who openly declares herself to be a witch is, at some level, helping to reinforce that thoughtform in the collective consciousness that has caused so much persecution in the past and is still causing persecution.

 

 

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