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Stevie Nicks' Magical Life
Is Stevie a Wiccan?

She is like a cat in the dark,
and then she is the darkness
She rules her life like a fine skylark,
and when the sky is starless...

Once in a million years a lady like her rises.
"Oh no, Rhiannon" you cry but then she's gone
And your life knows no answer,
Your life knows no answer...

The beautiful, very witchy Stevie Nicks from her Fleetwood Mac days.
"I still see your bright eyes..."

The article below discusses whether Stevie Nicks is a witch. Below the article, you can read my own opinions on the subject and watch Stevie's witchiest music/concert videos.

Although that's an interesting article about Stevie, it seems like the writer may have something against Stevie. He takes her words and twists them into something they aren't. She never actually mentions anything about being a witch in this interview. And she never says that the "tenderness" between Stevie and Lindsey "was just for show". That's all stuff that the author wrote. That was his own interpretation of what Stevie said.

My guess is that Stevie Nicks is a witch in the sense that she owns her life and she creates her own reality. She may or may not worship the Goddess or actually perform Wiccan spells and rituals, but she loves crystals and candles and black dresses with witchy shawls and long, open sleeves. I think she may have also cast a love spell on Lindsay Buckinham, but alas, Lindsay married someone else (someone that looked like Stevie, but wasn't a big-time celebrity. He needed more control than he could have over Stevie, I believe.)

Stevie wears a crescent moon necklace, which is so gorgeous. Click here to buy or view a similar necklace on Amazon. And here's a different one that's also really pretty. In the 70's Stevie wore a simpler one, without the diamonds on it. It was a basic silver one like the one in the picture to the left. It's hard to find exactly like it.

The crescent moon represents the Goddess, so either she could be referring to herself as the Goddess of Rock, which of course she is, or she may be giving a secret nod to witches and neo-pagans who are very familiar with the crescent moon as a symbol of the Goddess and witchcraft (or she may just like crescent moons since they are so magical and pretty.) She was also seen wearing a pyramid necklace and in the 80's she wore a large cross (probably because people were threatening her after hearing that she might be a witch. So sad.)

The name of her first album was Bella Donna, which is a poisonous plant that witches have sometimes been known to use. Jilly and Sally used Belladonna to kill Angelo in the movie Practical Magic, which Stevie recorded two songs for, "If You Ever Did Believe" and "Crystal".

"Crystal" was a remake of a Buckingham-Nicks song. It was also recorded for the 1975 Fleetwood Mac white album, the first Fleetwood Mac album to be recorded after Lindsey and Stevie joined the band.

Here's some more trivia... did you know that the Santana song, "Black Magic Woman" was originally a Fleetwood Mac song? Fleetwood Mac wrote and recorded that song back when Peter Green was with the band, before Stevie and Lindsey joined.

Rumors of witchcraft (quote from Wikipedia)

A rumor that has trailed Nicks through the years is that she is a witch and is heavily involved in Wicca. While she admits to having a high regard for the mythic and gothic, she denies any solitary dedication to any one religion, including Wicca. She speaks about this erroneous image in a 2006 interview. Nicks's music is copyrighted under the name Welsh Witch Music, a reference to her song "Rhiannon", which she introduced as "a song about a Welsh witch" in concerts between 1975 and 1978. In a Yahoo! interview on April 28, 1998, Nicks said of the rumor: "I have no idea what precipitated those rumors… I am not a witch. Get a life!" Nicks also stated in a 1983 Entertainment Tonight interview: "I spent thousands of dollars on beautiful black clothes and had to stop wearing them for a long time because a lot of people scared me. And that's really unfair to me, I think, for other people to conjure up their ideas of what I am or what I believe in." In a 1998 Redbook magazine article, Nicks spoke of her faith, stating that she believes in angels and knows that she is alive today because "there was a God looking out" for her during her years of addiction.


Here are some of Stevie's witchiest songs and performances, which also happen to be my favorites. :)

Click here to view my collection of witchy Stevie Nicks videos.


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