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This page is my portal to my other websites and online presence such as Social Media.

There is also an introduction to myself.

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GothWitch Website

"A Wicca maybe a Witch but not all Witches are Wicca"

Welcome to my library of Magic & Witchcraft by a Gothic Witch

I am a Witch but I am not a Wicca, I do NOT follow the Rede. Everyone is different. That is what makes this world such a wonderful place. So many different thoughts and ideas around, welcome to my little corner. There are so many paths for the Pagan to walk, knowledge is at the heart of everything we know. Never stop learning.

Question, Research, Explore, Discover, Learn, Create,

Follow your OWN path

The blog of michaela-jane

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Welcome to the blog of Michaela-Jane.

This site is about my outlook on life, what I see and feel, posting blogs about cats, cancer, life, tech, the world, the universe and The Sweet!

For years I have wanted to start this adventure, but life, work and other obstacles always seemed to appear in my way as I attempted to start venturing in this creative world. Now I have finally managed to step into this cyberspace of writing and I hope this will become an amazing voyage of wonderful discovery.






About Me


michaela-jane AKA The GothWitchmichaela-jane AKA The GothWitchMy name is Michaela-Jane. I am a Pagan Eclectic Witch. I am single, in my early 50s and in 2016 I survived breast cancer. Cancer changes you. It changes how you look at life, how you live your life.

I have always been a geek. I love computers, gadgets and electronic paraphernalia. I was the only girl at my school who took computer studies as an option! This was back in the days of the old basic language. My first computer was a Commodore 64, then I upgraded to to an Amiga 500. After that I went the whole hog and created a custom set up Amiga 1200 with internal hard driver, a trio of floppy drives, double cassette deck with its own high res monitor. It was great playing those old games and I still miss the simplicity of them. Eventually the lure of the Windows PC became to great, times were moving on, and I sold my whole setup (too cheaply too! I should have kept it all, hindsight is a gift we sadly miss).

I bought a windows 95 PC. I had to begin learning all over again. I soon found out how it need decent graphics to play these modern games so asking my brother (who worked with PCs) to help with the upgrade, I asked him to fit me a graphics card. Off my PC went to York to get its upgrade. Came back a week a later and I was playing the new games. I love tinkering and of course it wasn't long until I was inside my PC learning about it and discovered my own brother had conned me! Learning more abut how a PC worked, I discovered that they had not fitted a graphic card like I asked (and paid £100 for!) he had just increased the onboard graphics from 2mb to 4mb! Wow, 4mb was still big in those days! ohhh I was mad!

Next project, build my own PC! And I did! Bought all the bits from Dabs online, printed off 3 pages of instructions on my old dot matrix printer, switched my PC off and rebuilt a new, faster, better PC for gaming! I became PC self-sufficient.

Having a mother and son who were also getting into this PC gaming malarkey, it soon became a problem getting on my PC, having to share my pride and joy with the other two. So the solution was build more PCs, and that is what I ended up doing. Soon we lived in a house with 3 PCs and it was just in time I got that sorted as I suddenly came into procession of a free disc to trial a huge new online game... EverQuest. With our new dedicated always connected internet line, I became an online gamer. Still learning about this online stuff, the next thing was a website. Why? Just because I could!

In approximately 1998 I created my first website on a free domain address given to me by my ISP. It was a little website I put together about me, my pets plus a little about my life. Over the years my website changed but I never really cared if anyone saw it because it was something I simply had always wanted to do.

In 2001 I started my GothWitch project that I based around my Pagan life. It started out again on the free webspace allowance from my ISP but as it slowly grew and expanded, I realized that I finally needed a proper domain name.

I spent a while deciding what I wanted but my preferred domain name was at the time taken. As I waited I kept looking through the domain lists, trying different names but then one day I realized that the release date of the domain I really wanted was was getting closer and closer.

So, I registered with a domain company. I watched, and waited, and watched, and waited. Then, it was there, available, the domain I wanted! I bought it. My dream domain was

During 2015 there were a lot of changes in circumstances, time, health and personal life that made me look again at where I was and what I was doing. At the beginning of 2016 I took a decision that I knew would be difficult but had to be done. I decided to end my management of the external website projects and to concentrate from then on my own work.

I try and keep my websites simple, and for that reason there are NO adverts on any of my websites (plus I hate going onto other websites that are absolutely so full of adverts you can not even find the content!). My websites are not here to make money, I do this for the enjoyment I get from it. I do what I do because it is fun. I do not worry if my sites are not in the top 100, click views etc. I just hope anyone landing here will take something away with them, however small that is. If others enjoy or find useful anything that I have done then that is a bonus.

In early 2016 everything came to a stop when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. After a long battle I am back and finally getting a little time and energy to sort out my websites. Due to current circumstances I have reduced the number and content of my websites as I am now keeping things simple.


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