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Sea Witches?
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I know a few that focus on the Element of Water and incorporate that into how they channel their energies and how they meditate and what characteristics of their own personality and so on and so forth, but is there anyone else that exactly would classify/identify as a Sea Witch or Sea Ghost?

Such as being heavily drawn into the forces and experiencing and having great respect ( and almost fear ) of the powerful Ocean and of all water; such as rain and creeks? And then uses that as inspiration or a path for witchcraft and with many other things they may do?

I'm mostly looking to talk to others who feel this way and incoporate the Ocean/Water Element in more than a few ways--maybe even as a lifestyle or a main aspect to draw from? I just want to discuss with others about this, because this is something I'm very interested in, and I also don't really see a Water Element/Sea witch coven yet, besides the Elemental coven.
---And it's also something I'm really strongly compelled into learning about, can't say exactly why...
Perhaps it's because I'm a pisces? Who knows

Thanks for reading
Blessed Be
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Re: Sea Witches?
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If I could start a coven, this is exactly what it would be
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Maybe we can get a few people together, I saw a Japanese member who also is interested in the water element ^^ Hopefully after a time we can all start a coven

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I know a self identified sea witch way over in Louisiana. The woman never picked up a witchcraft book in her life, and was practically spirit led entirely. And all of it was swamp and sea magic.

Also, the witchcraft community on tumblr has many people who consider themselves sea witches. You could likely find a few and contact them, as most are friendly.
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Yeah someone I used to know is a sea witch, I think, not sure what path they stuck to, but they were very spiteful and nasty so I'm staying away from Tumblr for now so that they forget about me. There's good pages to follow as well but im just

need a break from tumblr

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Re: Sea Witches?
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i just used a fairy magic but its not done so can u say that this magic is real or not
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Re: Sea Witches?
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I am intrested in the water elemant as well. it's hard to explain the connection I have with this elemant..
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Re: Sea Witches?
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I'm a sea witch too. I also dabble a bit in tech witchery, art witchery and stitchcraft. I have a side tumblr dedicated to sea witchery. From what I've seen from my findings on this site and tumblr, we tend to be a more solitary type of witch compared to others. idk why though. But I'm always glad to talk about this if you want.
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Re: Sea Witches?
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If y'all are still doing this, I'd love to join in. Seawitchery is very dear to my heart.
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Hey there I have been interested in learning more about sea witchery .. one of my patrons is Poseidon greek God of the Seas. I moved to Charleston mostly because it is closest to the beach ^_^ I have always been drawn to the element of water for healing and spell work, psychic development and dreams. But I also know that there is a lot that we don't know about the sea itself which leaves the mysterious aspect to the sea witchery that intrigues me.

Liri
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