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Witchcraft is associated with pointy hats, bubbling cauldrons, green face paint, and brooms. But according to co-owner Melissa Madara at Catland, a “metaphysical boutique” in Brooklyn, there is certainly not one way to do witchcraft, nor one way witches look.
Catland caters to all occult proclivities with crystals, talismans, books, cedar bundles... basically anything anyone with even a casual interest in witchcraft could use. There are classes for those who want to learn more and experts to chat with in-store, but even for the purely curious, it’s worth taking a spooky peek — and way more fun than just ordering it all in a subscription box.