Kneadful-Things Launches Online Wiccan Supply Store

Fort Oglethorpe, GA (PressExposure) January 30, 2009 -- Looking for a reliable source for Wiccan supplies? Kneadful-Things is one store on the net that rises high above the rest.

Since brick and mortar stores for Wiccan supplies are hard to come by for individuals who practice Wicca, Paganism, and Witchcraft, people of the craft usually turn online to find their hard to come by ritual tools. There are many different stores on the internet that sell Pagan and occult supplies, however finding a reliable store on the internet can still be a challenge despite the many choices out there.

One reliable store is Kneadful-Things. Whether you are Pagan, Wiccan, or just spiritually minded in general, Kneadful-Things online Pagan supply store will surely have something in their large, unique collection or wares that will supply you with the proper ritual tools and altar items for your rituals and spells.

Most stores purchase from the same suppliers and the result is a large number of stores replicating the same inventory time & again. Not at Kneadful Things. All of their spell & anointing oils, candles & incense blends, magickal bath products & one a kind jewelry are all expertly handcrafted. They are blended during the required planetary phases & blessed in sacred circle. The result is a product that’s primed for your empowerment. They are even happy to blend specialty oils to your request & assist you in creating your rituals & spells.

Whether you’re Wiccan, Pagan, Witch or just someone looking for something new & unique, Kneadful-Things has what you’re searching for. Let their experienced staff assist you with your life’s journey. Blessed Be!

For more information please visit [http://www.kneadful-things.net]

About Kneadful-Things

Kneadful-Things
Sally Collins
PO Box 5302
Ft. Oglethorpe, GA 30742
706-271-8446
kneadful.things@yahoo.com
[http://www.kneadful-things.net]

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Press Release Submitted On: January 30, 2009 at 10:56 am
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