The witch who lives deep inside you will feel right at home in this wine-themed t-shirt. The phrase “Drink Up Witches” is a fantastic design for those of us who worship the devil and also like drinking wine. It has the word “Drink Up” in a witchy-sounding font. This witch tee, which contains a classic image of a witch holding a glass of wine, is the perfect addition to any casual getup since it features an iconic image.
Drink Up Witches Shirt Wine Lover Devil Witch Broom T-shirt Description.
Drink Up Witches Shirt Wine Lover Devil Witch Broom T-shirt Information.
|Color||Printed in a Variety of Colors|
|Size||Sizes vary from S to 5XL (depends on style)|
|Style||Unisex Tee, Unisex V-neck, Unisex Hoodie, Long Sleeve Tees, Sweatshirts, Men’s Tank Tops, Women’s Racerback and others.|
|Origin||Made in United States|
The earliest depiction of a witch on a broomstick
It’s a great time to explore the eerie, supernatural, and otherworldly parts of our environment as Halloween approaches. There is a darker side to culture that is explored in a series of blogs.
Brooming was associated with both domesticity and sexuality for many women, as noted by Atlas Oblivion’s Dylan Thuras in his article, “Brooming: Femininity Gone Wild.” They don’t seem twisted or monstrous, they’re just regular ladies in Le Champion des Dames, therefore their corruption isn’t visible. Since the curve of the broomstick between the legs of a woman had phallic connotations in ancient pagan ceremonies, the Catholic Church saw this symbolism as both sexually and spiritually immoral.
However, it was a lot naughtier. An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Supernatural by Richard Cavendish identifies Guillaume Edelin, a man who admitted to flying on a broom in 1453, as the first documented reference to the phenomenon. In 1456, the term “flying ointment” was first used. It is possible that the potion was made by a witch or the devil and delivered to a human, allowing the person who took it to fly to the Witches’ Sabbath.