Neil Fitzgerald is fascinated by the world of witches and pagans and wants to destroy the false myths that surround these worlds.
"What some people don't realise is that witchcraft isn't all about black magic and the fact that it's part of our religion known as Paganism and it's a religion for the cycles of nature is purely forgotten. So here comes the myth that I intend to clear up. Witches don't believe in, let alone worship, the devil. Witches fly aeroplanes, not flipping brooms. Cauldrons are owned by witches but for herbal work only, not for evil doings. And as for the eye of the newt and leg of toad theory - scrap it! That is just the basics. May I add to this that witches love animals and respect nature and we do not sacrifice anything, other than our spare time!
Even little things remind me of witchcraft, like taking long walks in the woods, taking my shoes and socks off and feeling the earth with my bare feet and meditating.
So what do others think of me? Well, dare I say, there's a few people watching this thinking, "good grief, the boy's a nut!" Others let me carry on with it. Some show interest and want to know more. My mum...well she just lets me carry on with it but she just thinks it's all a bunch of mumbo jumbo! And as for my dad...I don't think he's noticed. But who cares! This is me!"