What you find here is one Witch’s point of view. I happen to be an initiate of a Wiccan Tradition as well, so occasionally you’ll see a bit of the blurring of the lines, but most of what you find here will apply to almost any form of Witchcraft practice.
I try to update the site with information every now and then, but I am a busy person, so I don’t really have a regular schedule. Sometimes I’ll answer a question on a forum or question site (Quora, Y! Answers) and post that information here so it’s easy to find.
I don’t respond quickly to comments and questions on this site; it’s simply not a high priority for me, and no, I can’t personally train you unless you are an appropriate candidate for the coven I lead.
Poke around and see what you learn. This might not be the site for you. There are plenty of good ones out there, even some that disagree with me entirely are rather fabulous in their own right. Good luck on your journey!
Most forms of witchcraft are open to all, but can anyone practice sufficiently to be considered a “witch”….no. The seeker must be gifted with tenacity,
How can a person new to Wicca successfully cleanse a living dwelling with sage? What can be done to prevent a person from harming others
Wicca is some pretty heady, heavy stuff, and at 13, you’ve got plenty of that going on already. I mean, puberty is a beeeatch! (Menopause
Not really. “Witch” is a pretty broad term. Some witches simply stick to the doctrine of signatures and affect change with direct action (no assist/intercession