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  • How familiar are you with witchcraft?
    I am familiar in the historical sense as I have read and writing about witchcraft within the United States and Europe. Ireland was one of my main focus. I did dabble in Wicca but found it to be over sexed and lacking a certain spark.
  • Have you explored other paths?
    I have explored Catholicism, Shia Islam, Judaism, Rastafari, Moorish Orthodox Chuch, Chaos Magick, Ceremonial Magick, Neosim, Stegha, Strix, Hermetic philosophy, Bektashi, Sabbatai Sevi, and have read the writings that pertain to the 1734 Witchcraft.
  • Have you ever worked with Traditional Witchcraft?
    Unless you count ceremonial magick the answer would be no.
  • What does Traditional Witchcraft mean to you?
    It means practicing the craft that is more connected to history, and has survived the test of time.
  • How long have you worked with witchcraft in general?
    I have worked magick since I was 19.
  • What brought you to our site?
    To learn, meet, other people that have similar interests to my own.
  • What do you expect to get from this site, and what do you expect to contribute to this forum?
    To learn, understand other aspects of magick, to deeping my understanding of the world around me both the physical and spiritual world. With my background in Ceremonial Magick and with the knowledge of other paths that I have studied I may be able to add insights that others may have not thought about before.
  • Do you belong to any other online witchcraft sites?
  • What are your strongest points in witchcraft?
    Creating effective rituals, having wide range of knowledge.
  • What are your weakest points in witchcraft?
    Being more spontaneous with magick

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  1. The One creates and destroys, everything and nothing stem from the One. 

  2. That's very interesting, I'll add them to my list so when I visit Britain again I'll make sure to visit them.
  3. Many cultures such as pre-Empire Rome, Japan, Native American, and others believed that hair was a source of either strength or magical abilities. I would add that keeping it healthy should also be part of this, trim your dead ends, eat healthier foods, since I healthy body overall produces better magical results. I think the length of hair is up to personal view. I've known people with short hair that can do some amazing things as well as people with long hair. If having long hair gives you that extra boost than keep it. If not then cut it. It's all about how you connect with nature and its endless possibilities. I hope this helps in some way.
  4. I have been reading much about Zoroastrian magic and how it's suppose to be done. I was wondering if anyone has ever used Zoroastrian magic and if so what were your impressions of it?
  5. Sometimes I use music, depending on my mood and the work depends on the style I use. Sometimes I use folk music, metal, Jazz, while others I'll use trance or meditative music. I prefer music from Europe with the exception of Buddhist chants and the Islamic call to prayer which I find beautiful.
  6. A most interesting article. I really enjoyed reading about this. Have you written more on Turkish Magick?
  7. Be happy and Dignified

  8. Ozman


    Well written I enjoyed it very much.
  9. Very nice write, I can feel the sorrow of each word.
  10. I'm not really sure if cutting my hair makes a difference. I do know that I only cut my hair twice a year if that but when I do sometimes I feel reinvigorated as if I was reborn. Then again maybe it's different for men? Many cultures did prize long hair so I wouldn't be shocked if it had a ring of truth to it.
  11. I love reading and writing about History, writing poetry, playing various instruments, and studying various philosophies-mostly ancient Greece and Eastern. I'm a big Doctor Who fan so I watch that and am always on the hunt for Cardigans.
  12. Been away but am not back

  13. Been away but am not back

  14. The point is to never be pointed...at.

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