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About Nathaniel

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  • Birthday 12/15/1996


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  • Interests
    books (reading, writing, making), calligraphy, cooking, gardening and video-games
  • How familiar are you with witchcraft?
    A little. I practice a bit, read a lot, mostly runes.
  • Have you explored other paths?
    I learn with internet mostly, so a lot of wicca and new-age that really didn't felt right to me. I tried to work with the greek pantheon, the nordic one, but in the end, I'm not a fan of religion. I like the kitchenwitchcraft
  • Have you ever worked with Traditional Witchcraft?
    No, I don't think
  • What does Traditional Witchcraft mean to you?
    I'm not sure yet. I know that most of what you found online nowdays is not for me, to new, dogmatic, and I juste don't really get the "be nice and sweet" thing. So, when I learned about traditional witchcraft, I thought that maybe it was what I was looking for
  • How long have you worked with witchcraft in general?
    My family, on both side, is familiar with magic and witchcraft (dowser from my father side, and "something" from my mother side) so I was always familiar with it. But I'm not sure that what I do right now is enough to be called "working". But I've been more active for 5 years now I'd say
  • What brought you to our site?
    A long facebookpost about the diffrence between traditional wicca, ecletic wicca, neo-paganism, witchcraft, traditional witchcraft (in which was a link to this site)
  • What do you expect to get from this site, and what do you expect to contribute to this forum?
    I want to read, to learn about traditional witchcraft to find if this is a path I want to follow. I don't think I would make a great contribution scince I don't now enough, but ask a lot of "why"
  • Do you belong to any other online witchcraft sites?
    No, I follow a few groups on facebook but not actively
  • What are your strongest points in witchcraft?
    I think a lot, never take this for granted, always what to now "why". But, like I said before, I'm not experience enough to now my strong(est) points
  • What are your weakest points in witchcraft?
    I want to go to fast, so I'm make stupid mistake

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  1. Hi, The path of the ktchenwitch is the one I like the most I think. I love to cook and doing magic at the same time. Although there is a lot of info about spices, salt and herbs, there fewer info about the ingredients itself such as vegetables, which is a shame. So when I got stuck, not knowing what that ingredient could be use for, I use correspondence with its color and what the vegetable means to me. I talk about this with an other whitch who advise me to draw parallels between the medical properties of the vegetebale and its equivalent with crystal, so maybe the magical properties of the crystal would also be the same for the vegetable. Since I'm not an expert in lithotherapy, I didn't push it further yet, but some of you might like the idea. Anyway. I had a eggplant and some potatoes in the kitchen so I thought of a spell for hearth prosperity : eggplant are used for wealth and prosperity, and the potatoes is good for grounding (and I personnaly feel like it's really a plant for the home, always useful, that bring family together). I'm not very experience yet, but I'll describe what I did (don't hesitate to improve it if you want): As a chop the vegetables in little dices, I focus on what I want them to bring individually (maybe say it out loud), I put them in the pot and stir clockwise (to attract) as I say a little spell of my creation (it rhyme in french, altough poorly, I'm no poet) "Potatoes and Eggplant sauté, may you bring financial stability in my home" I like to add a little blessing at the end of my magical dish. It's not mine but when I read it the first time it felt SO right, I knew I could use it for me: "Béni soit le jardin, Béni soit la maison, Bénis soient nos cœur et nos esprits partout où ils iront" which means "Blessed be the garden, Blessed be the home, Blessed be our hearts and spirits wherever they go" For those who also do kitchenwitchery, what are the little thing you do to bring magic in the pot? Have a nice day
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