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Name: Lonicera
Birthday: Nov 22
Location: Somewhere in Ohio.
Gender: Female
Last Seen: Wed, 25 Nov 2015


Membership: Member
Coven Title: Council

Personal Bio

You may call me Loni. I have been practicing witchcraft for well over a decade. I am an eclectic, Kemetic practitioner. My deity is Bast. I have also recently started looking into/working with Anubis. I am slightly sensitive and have quite my share of ghostly visitors and encounters.

A Note on Mail:

  • Mentoring - I am willing to offer advice and guidance to those that have a true desire to learn and further their knowledge.However, please keep in mind that I will not spoon-feed you information. I will not help those that have no interest in helping themselves.
  • If you send me inappropriate, non-magic related, or fluffy mail I will block you and report you to a mod, if need be.
  • I will not answer mails without a subject or ones that simply say "hello." If you want a response from me, make sure your mail has a subject and a few sentences stating what it is you have questions regarding, need assistance with , etc.
  • I will not respond to mail regarding summoning/evocation. If you have to ask then you clearly aren't experienced enough to attempt it in the first place.
  • I will not cast spells for you. Take the time to learn how to do it yourself. Research, study, and practice are the best ways to learn anything. Research the topic, study the information that you've collected, and finally put what you've learned into practice.


My Studies & Practices

  • Hedge Witchery - Utilization of the natural energies within plants, gems/stones, etc for magical purposes.
  • Crystal Work - Magical and alternative, medicinal uses.
  • Herbalism -Both magical and medicinal uses.
  • Creation of herbal tinctures (or potions, if you prefer) and gem elixirs.
  • Divination - ceromancy and tarot.
  • Kemeticism
  • Various types of healing. These include: absent healing, votive healing, reiki, color therapy, etc.
  • Deity Channeling, lesser forms of it.I have some experience with what is known as deity shadowing. It is a form of deity channeling in which the deity's presence is with you and guides you through the ritual.
  • Incense - I make my own.
  • Chakra work.
  • Sympathetic magic - poppets, candles, etc.
  • Correspondences
  • Curse Work

~Before working with magic or spell casting there are some key things you may wish to study:

  • Meditation
  • Visualization
  • Energy flow, control, and raising.
  • Grounding
  • Centering
  • Belief in yourself and your abilities
  • Circle Casting and Releasing
  • Correspondences (colors, days, lunar phases, etc)

Please keep in mind that depending on who you talk to the basics can and often do differ. The above list are the basics that I studied when I first started practicing. You can add to this list or take subjects from it depending on your interests or what you feel you need or don't need to learn. However, I suggest studying all of them because you may very well need to know them in the future.


Also, a few beginners books that I would recommend are:

  • The Witch Book: The Encyclopedia of Witchcraft, Wicca, and Neo-Paganism. ~ Written by Raymond Buckland.
  • Herb Magic for Beginners: Down-to-Earth Enchantments ~ Written by Ellen Dugan
  • Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner. ~ Written by Scott Cunningham.
  • Living Wicca: A Further Guide for the Solitary Practitioner ~ Written by Scott Cunningham.
  • Making Herbal Remedies (Herbology At Home Series) ~ by Anke Bialas
  • Homemade Health - Home remedies your grandmother knew - Simple & effective treatments from the pantry (Herbology At Home) ~ by Anke Bialas

Now then, the books by Scott Cunningham might have Wicca in the titles, but they are quite useful to anyone new to the craft, in my opinion. They contain info on correspondences (colors,days of the week, etc), Sabbat dates, visualization, circle casting, meditation, etc.


By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest. - Confucius

I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order. - John Burroughs


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