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Whiterose

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    witchcraft
  • How familiar are you with witchcraft?
    I practice witchcraft and have studied for about 13 years now.
  • Have you explored other paths?
    Yes
  • Have you ever worked with Traditional Witchcraft?
    Yes
  • What does Traditional Witchcraft mean to you?
    To me Traditional Witchcraft means knowlege of the arts of magic, lore, science, and homeopathic medicine that is passed on to other trustworthy individuals usually in ones own family.
  • How long have you worked with witchcraft in general?
    I have purposely worked with witchcraft about 13 years.
  • What brought you to our site?
    Irritation at the non-sense on other sites and a google search.
  • What do you expect to get from this site, and what do you expect to contribute to this forum?
    I am looking for answers. Things I have seen, felt etc. that no one else on these sites seems to have a clue about.
  • Do you belong to any other online witchcraft sites?
    No
  • What are your strongest points in witchcraft?
    My strongest point in witchcraft is my intuition.
  • What are your weakest points in witchcraft?
    My weakest point would have to be performing a ritual that has been written by someone else.

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  1. This speaks to me. I use song, usually the same tune for casting the same things. Its just something I have always done. I have since studied some native american techniques and this song component was a major part of the tribe's traditions. In that tradition I studied, the plants teach you the songs to evoke the plant spirit, if you are worthy and have earned its respect, and they, the plant spirits themselves, teach you how to use the plant to heal or to harm, whatever is needed by the tribe.
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVVTZgwYwVo I just watched this movie yesterday and I absolutely love this song. It is very relevant for me right now, you know, minus the whole awesome snow power. I think it has a great message for those who have any sort of ability.
  3. I have a smell aversion to popcorn. I thought I was just weird as everyone around me thought too. It turns out there are others of my family on my father's side with this aversion as well. The way I found out it wasn't just me, my aunt and I walked in to a candy shop last summer where they were selling the popcorn and immediately both of us started to gag while my husband just laughed. My aunt looked at me and said. "You too?" So that particular weirdness is genetic. It made both of us feel less like freaks because that is not something you really talk about. I sometimes wonder why though. We must of had an ancestor traumatized by the smell of popcorn. :lol:
  4. Running water, wind and birds. I don't use pre recorded sounds, I just do my thing around the natural sounds. Then there are tunes, songs and chants one sings during spells. I see those in a different manner though.
  5. More change is coming...

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    2. ArcticWitch

      ArcticWitch

      WR, I've been feeling the same thing- but, for once, there feels to be as much positive as there is negative (to me).

    3. RavenFlyer

      RavenFlyer

      Given how much death I have experienced since January 1st I am very well aware of the major change that is in the air. But besides personal changes I too feel there is a major change in the air for a community, country, nation, idk. But something big.

    4. Whiterose

      Whiterose

      Agreed Ravenflyer.

  6. My electical weirdness strikes again...grr

  7. That's pretty cool. I bet it saves your furniture stain too if there is a leak.
  8. Just unpacked my craft stuff today. I found a dead packaged butterfly among my supplies. Not really unusual in and of itself, but the unusual part was that it was collected for me by a non witch relative. How many non witches collect dead stuff for witches?
  9. Here is a quiz I thought was cute. http://www.buzzfeed.com/katieheaney/which-witch-are-you I got Jadis the white witch. Enjoy.
  10. Laptop took its final breath. Thing nearly caught on fire. :( So I stole hubby's lol.

  11. All of these depend on the witch and their experience/ability level and their goal. For me, it was draining after a while, but the more I did it the easier it got. I have used it in the short term for interviews and meetings with "higher ups". I have used it on a more long term basis as well to keep up the persona expected due to my position. For me, I paired it with another spell to remove those that were not fooled by the glamour. In my situation, another spell wouldn't have worked as well because with a glamour I am spelling myself to appear a certain way. That left me to work other spells that may achieve my other goals, like revealing enemies (while I am hidden) and removing them. Had I done a lovey dovey spell to make us all friends or whatever, I wouldn't have been able to remove them and I would have gotten back stabbed eventually. You can't force someone to go against their nature with spell work for very long and I would have been at risk to fall on my sword so to speak. So it was logical according to my goals to use a glamour.
  12. True. It does take time to learn to defend against stuff. Children are very vulnerable. I had related my story and if that had happened as a child, it wouldn't have happened the way it did, and that may not have been good for me. On a general note, it is good to practice defense, but I wouldn't do what I referenced above in Solanaceae's post and summon something just to defend against it. That, to me, is foolish.
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