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About Sagefire

  • Birthday 06/09/1968

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  • Gender
    Canine
  • Location
    Montana
  • Interests
    Turning the family farm into a magickal farm and sanctuary, so far so good.
  • How familiar are you with witchcraft?
    Familiar enough to understand the thought-intention-execution reality. Enough to know that the practices of our ancient ancestors were based on intuition and senses that many modern humans no longer possess, and enough to know that we are surrounded by power that can be tapped and focused.
  • Have you explored other paths?
    Anything and everything I can get my hands on from Siberian shamanism to Native American ancestor worship,to Ayurvedic healing and all threads between, seeking patterns and similarities as well as exploring differences therein and reasons thereof.
  • Have you ever worked with Traditional Witchcraft?
    Yes. I suppose I could say that in a way that would be consistent with most definitions of 'traditional'.
  • What does Traditional Witchcraft mean to you?
    It means returning to the basic essences of our ancestral power beliefs. It means realizing that when humans began using witchcraft, it was considered a natural course and process. It also means staying away from what is nothing more than trendy window dressing. Traditional witchcraft does not fight against the natural energy flows of the cosmos from galaxies to atoms, but rather employs those flows to manifest change.
  • How long have you worked with witchcraft in general?
    I performed my first candle ritual when I was 11, since then I have read, listened, and learned all I can and applied it to my art.
  • What brought you to our site?
    Your front page disclaimer. This questionnaire is also making points.
  • What do you expect to get from this site, and what do you expect to contribute to this forum?
    I believe that a gathering of similar interests add to the palette of potential. Just learning the thoughts and views of others is a wonderful thing. Contributions may include ideas and applications of natural elements that may be different from practices of others, in essence, variety.
  • Do you belong to any other online witchcraft sites?
    On occasion I peruse Spells of Magic.
  • What are your strongest points in witchcraft?
    I have an artistic creativity that allows me to combine woods, bones, feathers, stones and crystals, herbs, writing and letter forms (including sigil work) and ritual to create magical items.
  • What are your weakest points in witchcraft?
    I am absolutely useless working with animal spirits and totems. While I love animals and they seem to love me, I cannot seem to connect with them on a higher level.

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  1. Oh that's just nasty. even worse than finding the surprise barf on the bathroom floor in the middle of the night with your bare feet...
  2. They are also masters of intention, they do absolutely nothing that they don't want to do...
  3. The squirrels...the squirrels are plotting against me.  The chipmunks told me so, and aren't chipmunks the most trustworthy of all rodents?  That's what the magpie said...

  4. I find myself waking up disoriented and disturbed far more often...

  5. "The crows are cool, it's the magpies that shaft you every time."

  6. When I was a child many centuries ago, we would often visit a cabin my grandparents had. It was in an old forest on a the shores of a montain lake. Nobody lived there, it was only used for vacation. There was a closet with some old games in it and among those games was an interesting deck of cards. They were playing cards, but they contained mystical images and writing in an odd language, and they were quite old. I would just look at them. The cabin is still there, but I can't find the cards. I wish I could describe them better. Has anybody else seen such a thing?
  7. I still thumb through the Necronomicon I bought when I was in high school. I remember when I got my Giger Necronomicon art book, it shed a whole new darkness upon an old classic. I would read the verses into a cassette recorder (just dated myself) and try to pronounce the words perfectly, then play them back. Of course this was done at midnight, outside with the necessary candles and incense. This was done in all seriousness and solemnity, I was absolutely determined to become the most powerful sorcerer in this universe. I remember scaring the shit out of myself more than once. I swear one night I summoned Cthulu out of our irrigation pond. I still sometimes consider trying to foillow the rituals to see if anything would happen, but that's me, forever 13 years old...
  8. Bees make terrible indoor pets...

     

    1. Onyx

      Onyx

      I find Bees quite easy to guide out the front door.  Wasps on the other hand are little ass holes.

  9. That would be a pretty awkward selfie....
  10. I did use a Dremel with an assortment of diamond bits. I would like to do something bigger. I have an idea about a stone circle project...
  11. Thanks guys, I am pleased that you like them...
  12. I love my new found ability to carve stone. I have been working on these Goddess stones. This is a river stone about the size of my hand, and I am working on one that's about 15 inches across. I think that this is a wonderful way to bless and protect the garden...
  13. A child's room is a good idea. The other night I hung them from trees and shrubs in the garden. It lent a very enchanting atmosphere...
  14. Exploring Victorian Fae asthetics led me to create these little shadow lanterns. The inside of the glass on each one is decorated with a shadow painting and back lit with an LED tea candle. I can do these all day...
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