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Rhonda

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About Rhonda

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    Advanced Member
  • Birthday March 16

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  • Gender
    Feline
  • Location
    USA
  • Interests
    reading, genealogy, drawing, history.
  • How familiar are you with witchcraft?
    Did my first spell at the age 12 yrs since then I've been gradually expanding my knowledge.
  • Have you explored other paths?
    Raised an Anglican. I have studied other paths through reading and chatting.
  • Have you ever worked with Traditional Witchcraft?
    It depends on who you are speaking to as to their opinion of what is Traditional Witchcraft but to answer your question 'yes' I have and do...
  • What does Traditional Witchcraft mean to you?
    Is the natural feeling that comes with being connected with all that is around. That the magic is present in all that one does daily. The constant learning of wisdom combined with practice
  • How long have you worked with witchcraft in general?
    I've always been interested in many of the habits of the craft.
  • What brought you to our site?
    Browsing the internet for people that were witches or of the Old Ways and not Wiccans.
  • What do you expect to get from this site, and what do you expect to contribute to this forum?
    To have connection with others of maturity.
  • Do you belong to any other online witchcraft sites?
    Presently I belong to only Traditional Witch
  • What are your strongest points in witchcraft?
    Empathic
    Clairaudience
    Healing
  • What are your weakest points in witchcraft?
    Divination!
  1. After approximately three years of suffering with shoulder pain that was steadily getting worse I had surgery! On the morning of Friday, October 5th I found myself and husband waiting in the lobby at the Outpatient Surgery. To cut a long story short I had surgery on my right shoulder to remove a bone spur and repair a tear in my rotator cuff; the surgery went well. After taking a week and a half off from work - eight of which were working days, tomorrow [Wednesday] will be my first day back to the office. My stitches were removed yesterday and much to my annoyance I can still feel little stubble of the stitches left on my shoulder. I find it is so amazing what can be done these days when it comes to the talents of the surgeon and the anesthesiologist in their partnership in making the patient better with as little pain as possible. What a fantastic age we do live in, full of so much wonder and powerful magic all around us. I am still with discomfort and know that having the physiotherapy four times a week for a while will be painful that is well worth the effort and though things will seem to be worse the can only get better than it was as far as I am concerned.:happydance:
  2. Rhonda

    Dreams

    There are people who can deicipher dreams so I've heard but, it is my opinion here that it is usually best for the dreamer to do the code breaking of the sub-conscious mind for them self instead of others interpretating their dream. I have been doing this for years since I do dream a lot. I have had on regular basis lucid dreaming, recurring and progressive... The recurring dream is the repetition of the same dream, it can be dreamt of periodically or more frequent (i.e. nightly, weekly etc). It is said that when we go to sleep and our conscious mind shuts off and the sub-conscious mind awakes, our sub-conscious if it feels that we need to solve or understand something that has been troubling us we will have a dream that will play over and over again. The dream may not resemble or even relate to the events our conscious mind witnessed but the dream will keep coming back to us until we actually figure out what is to be recognised, overcome or understand. This can occur for a week, months or even years it all depends on the individual. Over the years I've recorded my ordinary dreams through notes as I forget them but I have about a half dozen or so that I will never have to write down because they stay with me whether I sleep or am awake. This can be frustrating at certain time and drains me of mental energy but at the same time quite cool.
  3. Good to hear the news about Curly :happydance:
  4. I am sorry about Curly's situation and I do hope that he recovers as quickly as possible. Thanks for sharing your news of your friend's cat.
  5. 1. What is your favorite witchy movie? The Good Witch 2. Where is your favorite place to do a spell? In my back garden 3. Where do you NORMALLY do your spells? In my garden room. 4. What type of spells are your favorite? Healing or protection 5. What is your favorite ingredient for a spell? Frankinsence 6. What is your LEAST favorite ingredient to use in a spell? So far there isn't any... 7. What is your favorite witchy holiday/festival? All Hallow's Eve & Yule. 8. Do you have an animal spirit, If yes, how many? Yes, three 9. If yes to #8, name the animal spirit(s): Elephant, Bear & Honey Bee 10. Name your favorite witchy character: Endora (Bewitched) 11. When was the last time you did a hex/curse? Thankfully I've never have done one but there was once that I did think about it. 12. When was the last time you did a blessing/healing? This week. 13. When was the last time you did a binding? I haven't used a binding spell yet. 14. When was the last time you did a love spell? Not in a long time. 15. Have you ever done a spell on someone just because you were bored? Absolutely not. 16. What is your strength as a witch? Empathy, clairaudience 17. What is your weakness as a witch? Limited spell working and being knackered/tuckered out. 18. If you could go back in time to meet ANYBODY associated in witchcraft, who would it be and why? Vivienne, the High Priestess of Avalon. 19. How much of a "modern stereotyped witch" applied to you as a witch? Not very much. 20. How long have you been a member of this forum? About three weeks now, I think. :happydance:
  6. Rhonda

    Mum's diagnosis

    Thank you Enodia for your reply, I know my mother well and she would never have a spinal the thought of anything going near the area of her spine she just won't do not even if it less risky than anethesia. She has already told me she has had a full life and is ready for the worst.
  7. Rhonda

    Mum's diagnosis

    Thank you Gypsy for you kindness I am in the same mind as you when it comes to the elderly and anesthesia; one of the most frustrating things for me is that I live here in Florida and she is in Ireland. I'm praying that she will have the additional support of my younger sisters and brother...
  8. Well! Yesterday early in the morning the phone rang it was my Mum we chatted for sometime. Our conversation was quite a long one but as it is I wouldn't have any other way even if I am not too bright first thing in the morning, especially without my first cup of tea. Mum and I haven't chatted in a while an I hadn't been able to get in touch with her to find out how everything has been going. I think it was her second sentence spoken that she told me that she has cancer of the utereus and she is going to have a abdominal radical hysterectomy. So our conversation was one of emotions from sadness, joking, choking up, tears and reminicing. Mum is coming up 72 years and her health is not to great, she suffered a stroke a few months ago, so, of course I am nerveous about how the surgery and recovery will be on her. I am trying hard to be positive but deep inside my gut things don't seem so good.
  9. Congratulations DW you must be proud to have your first book out...:happydance:
  10. Rhonda

    Not Good News

    Thank you Oak for your comment and I agree she's a clever gal :thumbsup:
  11. I own four tarot decks. New Palladini Tarot - My first deck of tarot, I just love this deck it is the most used deck so I would have to say this is my favourite. I carry this deck with me where ever I go.:biggrin: Sacred Circle - I find this deck absolutely beautiful in and really like the feeling I get when I hold the deck but as hard as I may try to shuffle the deck the cards are just too big for my hands so they've hardly been used. Pagan Tarot - Now this deck is really great my relationship with this tarot is about the same as my New Palladini. The artwork is more modern including everyday images of today's world. Caliostro Egyptian Tarot - I love this set of tarot card beautifully illustrated, though I've had the deck for a long time there is still much more learning and familiarising myself with them.
  12. Rhonda

    Not Good News

    Thank you Gypsy, Exile and Panis I appreciate your comments. She has had the biopsy surgery and hopefully rather sooner than later we will know what is going on, I just wish her strength was better than it has been...
  13. Rhonda

    Not Good News

    Just got off the phone from calling my mother and her husband only to find out that my mother has been taken to hospital and will be there for at least five days. She is not doing well and I am not sure actually how bad the situation is as the Irish accent Mum's husband is at times hard to understand as my hearing isn't as clear as it use to be. I knew I should have called her in the week. I am going to have to try put together something to help her with ailment, I know that I may not be able to cure her but I could at least make her more comfortable than she is at the moment. Going to have to go and get on with prep work.
  14. I just finished reading your article and I must say that I found it quite refreshing to read. It is so nice to hear someone give information in a down to earth fashion. I must say that I am not one who always like frills, fluffiness etc. Finally I feel that after all these years there are opinions similar to mine. Thank you...:thankyou:
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