When I turned 13, it was on Friday, the 13th. I rode my bike to the swimming pool very carefully, that day. I live in the midwest, so obviously, it was in the summer. I can help you as much as I think would be enough. Start with an amethyst, stone, you buy them fairly cheap almost anywhere. That is a good gem to calm the nerves, and have some clarity to any situation.
that's a PDF for Raymond Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft, it's a great learning guide as it also has questions and exercises in each chapter to help you during your year and a day. i do suggest telling your parents, be calm and don't get mad if they say no. provide information and explain why you wish to study Wicca, they're your parents and by law until you are 18 [in most places] you have to listen to them.
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Mar 16, 2014
Post # 4
When you say nothing seems to work are you talking about spells? And do you think you need to be Wiccan to cast a spell?
I ask this because it is a common mistake to think that only Wiccans cast spells. Spellcasting is but a tiny part of Wicca. Wicca is first and foremost a specific Pagan religion with very specific beliefs and practices. But anyone can cast a spell no matter whether they are religious or not. So are you truly saying that the religion of Wicca isn't working for you, or are you merely having difficulties with your spellcasting?