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Witchcraft Thread Anonymous 1903

Wassup Witches?

Some questions to get you started:
>First thoughts about witchcraft?
>Are you interested in becoming a witch?
>Are you a witch?
>How long have you been a witch?
>What drew you towards witchcraft?
>What type of witch are you?
>Are you pagan or Wiccan as well?
>Favorite "form" of practice? (Spells/divination/meditation etc)

Anonymous 1904

>First thoughts about witchcraft?
I first came across it when I was really young, thought it was neat but didn't pursue it.
>Are you interested in becoming a witch?
I'm interested in becoming a better witch.
>Are you a witch?
Yes indeed!
>How long have you been a witch?
At least 3 years at this point?
>What drew you towards witchcraft?
I found out a mother of a friend was a witch, and then I came across signs from Hecate that led me to her and to the path.
>What type of witch are you?
Ideally Green & Kitchen witch
>Are you pagan or Wiccan as well?
Pagan. I'm interested in Wiccan holidays, but I'd have to look into it more.
>Favorite "form" of practice?
I like to work with energy, crystals, and healing. I'd also like to get more in touch with plants and divination.

Anonymous 1914

>First thoughts about witchcraft?
I found it interesting and really useful, at least some things. I still find it complicated on how to actually describe my relationship with it because I don't believe in the "fantasy" type of magic and I kind of connect it all with psychology but I do believe there are some, well, magical things in this world.

>Are you interested in becoming a witch?

Spell wise, no, everything else, sure.

>Are you a witch?

I'm hesitant to just say "yes" because of my beliefs but… I'd say, yes?

>How long have you been a witch?

I've been into the whole thing for maybe two years now, still got to do a lot of research.

>What drew you towards witchcraft?

I'm reaaaaaally into medieval stuff, occult, legends and other "forgotten" things like that.

>What type of witch are you?

Idk really.

>Are you pagan or Wiccan as well?

Nope

>Favorite "form" of practice? (Spells/divination/meditation etc)

Sigil making and I'm interested in stuff related to herbalism - like making salves and stuff and divination. Basically anything that I somehow find useful.


Are any of you part of any sort of community?

Anonymous 1917

Not meaning to be rude but do most Wiccans truly believe in their craft or is it done as more of a meditation/roleplaying thing?

Anonymous 1918

>>1917
I'm not Wiccan or Pagan and don't want to sound rude either lol, but this is a bit like asking if Christians are serious about going to church, believing in Jesus and celebrating christian holidays.

There ARE people who worship deities, do rituals and try to stick to old traditions just like there are people who don't do it because they don't have the time but still believe and of course there are the ones that just hopped on the trend.

It really varies from person to person.

Anonymous 1919

>>1917
They believe. I don't think people are doing fantasy-like spell work and expecting anything to happen (people aren't really running around expecting to cast fire balls or cure the blind). However, I think meditation and influencing the general energy around you can and does occur, but to believe it would have to be something you'd personally experience. Like I didn't necessarily believe in ghosts until I had something truly scary and unexplainable happen to me.

Anonymous 1920

>>1919
Yeah, the spells are what I was thinking of when I asked my question. Thanks for your response.

Anonymous 1929

>>1917
Pagans who do rituals or "spells" at their altar can be seen just like christians pray. They don't literally believe in magick, it's just sort of hoping and having faith that things go well. They usually do believe in deities and/or spiritual beings though.

Anonymous 2697

I find emoji 'spells' ridiculous.

Anonymous 2698

>>2697
I'm all for doing what you want, but I have to agree on that one.

Anonymous 2699

>>2697
Please explain.

Anonymous 2700

>>2699
(different anon)
Not sure what's there to explain, but I guess you're asking what an emoji spell is?
Ignore if I got it wrong.

This is basically an emoji spell;

🌙✨🌒⭐️😴⭐️🌒✨🌙
An emoji spell to help you get a good nights rest likes to charge, reblogs to cast

Anonymous 2701

>>2697
I used to find them kind of strange and silly, but I dig them now. It's just using technology for spell work, which seems counterintuitive because technology is really cold and sterile. It's interesting, though I'm not sure of how how effective it may be over other types of spell work.

Anonymous 2718

>>2697
These are just embarrassing. It feels right to use natural ingredients from the earth (and candles) for rituals/prayer/spells but reblogging a couple of emojis that someone threw together in a website post for notes is just pathetic and there's no magick in that whatsoever for multiple reasons.



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