|My "name" is Inkspell. I am 13 and used to be a traditional witch but now I have sort of became a Sorcerer. I have been practicing magic since I was ten. My current practices are, Tarot, summoning,The Names of Power, and dream magic. Yes, I sometimes do practice what others would call "Black magic, but, through my study in the magic I have learned that magic is neither good nor evil, same way it has no color. For example, let us say you used a healing spell but you used it to heal a very wicked, almost evil guy. Then that healing spell would have a negative impacted. Let?s also say you used necromancy, but that you only did it to talk to a family member that you missed or to find out information on a remedy that would heal a tribal disease. There for that act of necromancy would have a positive impacted. It can also be the other way around. That, is why I call the magic I practice gray magic, as it is neither good or bad. So, to sum that all up I practice both the light and the dark sides of magic and have a very open mind on it. I am also a skilled wand maker. I am also really friendly and love, poetry, art, books, and everything English as in great Brittan. My goddess is Hecate. I am also one of the leaders of the coven, The circle of Five, a Coven I started at this site called Quotev. ://www.quotev.com/277137123/groups. If you are interested in joining, then contact me and I will give you details on how to join.
PS. before you mail me note that I am going to ask....
.why are you mailing me
.what do you want
.who are you
I am not trying to be nosey or rude, I am just playing safe.
Quotes I like"
Indubitably, Magic is one of the subtlest and most difficult of the sciences and arts. There is more opportunity for errors of comprehension, judgment and practice than in any other branch of physics.
~ Aleister Crowley
Magic shall be written upon the sky by the rain but they shall not be able to read it;
Magic shall be written on the faces of the stony hills but their minds shall not be able to contain it;
In winter the barren trees shall be a black writing but they shall not understand it...
~The Prophecy of John Uskglass, the Raven King
How did you dare
To trade and traffic with Macbeth
In riddles and affairs of death;
And I, the mistress of your charms,
The close contriver of all harms,
Was never call'd to bear my part,
Or show the glory of our art?
~William Shakespeare, Macbeth, (Hecate confronts the three witches)
The driving force behind black magic is hunger for power. Its ultimate aim was stated appropriately enough, by the serpent in the Garden of Eden. Adam and Eve were afraid that if they ate the fruit of the Tree of Good and Evil they would die. But the serpent said, ?Ye shall not surely die: For God doth know that in the day ye eat there off, then your eyes shall be opened and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.?