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About ficklefae

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  • Birthday 12/06/1993

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  • Gender
    Feline
  • Location
    Australia
  • Interests
    Reading/writing, gardening, painting, sociology/human behaviour
  • How familiar are you with witchcraft?
    My family has deep roots in Gaelic mysticism.
  • Have you explored other paths?
    I try to educate myself as much as possible, and I try to read any spiritual or religious text I come across, although I personally feel no connection to organised religion.
  • Have you ever worked with Traditional Witchcraft?
    Yes, directing energy and making herbal remedies.
  • What does Traditional Witchcraft mean to you?
    This is hard to quantify as I don't feel like I have a choice, I feel like I am on this path because it is where I need to be.
  • How long have you worked with witchcraft in general?
    It has always been a part of my life, through family influence early on and now for myself.
  • What brought you to our site?
    A strong need to connect with people in a space without judgement.
  • What do you expect to get from this site, and what do you expect to contribute to this forum?
    I hope to evaluate the opinions and experiences of others, and perhaps when I feel more confident I will share my own thoughts/opinions/experiences
  • Do you belong to any other online witchcraft sites?
    No
  • What are your strongest points in witchcraft?
    Affecting weather.
  • What are your weakest points in witchcraft?
    I have so, so much to learn. I feel like a novice.
  1. Yeah I think so Caps. It hasn't done anything in the last couple of days after RedRose reminded me about groudning and shielding (because I'm an idiot, no idea how I could forget about such basic things) but I don't know how to get rid of it completely.
  2. As I write this I am sitting on a mattress in my empty living room with a glass bottle of wine. The house is almost entirely packed for our move across country, and by "entirely packed" I mean the 7 boxes of stuff we're actually taking are scattered all over the place. As for the furniture and household items: most of it is all sold. I'm not really sure what we were thinking, getting rid of everything so quickly. Now we're to spend 2 weeks without so much as a refridgerator or a couch. For some reason I'm pleased about it though, and the entire process seems really symbolic to me. We moved to Tasmania on a whim with only a suitcase each and a few hundred dollars. Together we spent months in an empty house, slowly building up a comfortable home around us. Now after 2 years we will spend our last few weeks living in the exact same manner as we began. With next to nothing. It's very cleansing but I'm sure other people would perceive this as borderline insanity, haha. Not only will I be leaving a lot of my material items but I'll be leaving a lot of negative energy behind as well. (best cleanse the house before I go so the new tenants aren't bombarded, woops!) Moving to Tasmania and living such a solitary life for the past two years has been one of the most beneficial experiences of my life. I needed this time to be by myself and understand my own mind and heal from the trauma that 2010 - 2012 brought with it. I'll be honest though, in saying that I'm a bit scared about rejoining society after spending so much time in my own company. Last year I left the house about 40 times? Not including spending time in my yard, of course. This year I have been a little better but I'm still quite sensitive and wary when I'm in public. All in all this marks the beginning of an entirely new phase in my life, one that I've been yearning for a little while now. I'm writing this blog post as something that I can look back on in a few months and see how different things are by then. Hopefully they're shining a little brighter than they are right now :smile: My fantasy for the future is living somewhere in or around a rainforest, having friends close by and maybe even getting a job? That would be fun! Hopefully I can manage a large vegetable garden and a bunch of chicken and goat friends to keep me company. Oh, oh and maybe I could finish an entire year of university without dropping out? I think these are pretty achievable goals, really. P.S I'm also hoping to leave a negative entity behind as well, although I need to do some more research over the next week or so because whatever it is...it's not coming to the mainland with me! I've had enough broken windows and mirrors and slamming doors, thank you very much.
  3. Hmm I definitely feel more feminine as my hair grows which is a power all of its own, but I think it's depedant on the individual. If you believe it gives you power or increases your power then it does, and if you believe cutting it helps you then it does. We're all different. I know a Romani/Jewish girl who shaves sections of her head for spiritual reasons and feels it takes away negative energy. As for hair habits I tend to keep my cut hair long after I cut it which some people think is a little weird. I don't cut it according to the moon phases although I might start doing it. My hair cutting is usually dependant on my mental state so it's rather erratic. I also dye it several different colours a year according to where I'm at in life. **edited because the first try didn't make any sense
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