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Attire for spellcasting..
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Post # 1
Hello everyone. :) I am new to the craft, and was wondering if any of you wore something specific while spellcasting or performing a ritual.
Thanks in advance,

~Lura~
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Re: Attire for spellcasting..
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Post # 2
This is more of a personal prefrence thing. Some people perfer robes of certain colors. Others perfer to wear normal, everyday clothes. And others may perfer to wear nothing. All personal preferences :)
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Re: Attire for spellcasting..
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Post # 3
A popular thing to do is go 'skyclad', or, nude, due to the belief it brings more raw energy into the spell. Totally your choice, though
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Re: Attire for spellcasting..
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Post # 4
My witch teacher didn't cast spells. But she did have a spiritual side, and she performed rituals to the Gods. She always did this naked; skyclad. Not because of "energy", but because it was closer to Nature.To her it was natural to be naked; she thought clothing to be unnatural.
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Re: Attire for spellcasting..
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Post # 5
I recommend having something special to put on every time, as that item of clothing will absorb your energy every time - making it more powerful as a help over time. It doesn't matter what you wear, as long as that's what it is used for. If you want to go nude, but wear a ring or necklace then that ring or necklace becomes your "wizard robes" so to speak.
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