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Completely New!
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Hey everyone. I'm Julia. I'm completely new to magic and its world. I've always been interested, but growing up in a strict Christian household deterred me from ever studying it. So I'm starting as a complete newbie. I was wondering if anyone would be willing to take me under their wing to teach me just the basics. I know there are different "categories" of magic, as in black, white, wiccan, etc. So I'm not really sure where I fit in or where to start.

I'm 28. I've always had a great appreciation for nature. I find storms to be invigorating, and rain is one of the most calming things in the world to me. I have found that I'm very empathetic to others. Other than that, I'm not sure what my gifts are, or if I even have any.

Thanks for reading! Hopefully someone is willing to help me figure out where I belong.
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Re: Completely New!
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Hi Julie, it's so nice to have you. c: I recommend starting here:

http://www.spellsofmagic.com/newbie_central.html
http://www.spellsofmagic.com/coven_ritual.html?ritual=143&coven=108
http://www.spellsofmagic.com/coven_ritual.html?ritual=1836&coven=246

Meditate a lot and study the Craft itself, so you know about different paths.

These books are pretty helpful:

"Modern Magick" by Donald Michael Kraig
"Before You Cast a Spell" by Carl McColman
"Spells and How They Work" by Janet and Stewart Farrar

Most people aren't willing to teach online but if you have questions, they'll help you to the best of their ability.

Everyone has abilities; meditate is great at unlocking them.

Unfortunately, it is really your decision where you go. Only you can pick your path - but, I believe in ya! ^__^

Blessed Be.
Lily
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Re: Completely New!
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Thank you so much for the links and book suggestions! It's nice to have a starting point.
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Re: Completely New!
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You're so welcome, love. It's what I found most helpful when I was new, haha.
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Re: Completely New!
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Hi Julia! I am just like you completely new and have so many things to learn. For me the hardest part is finding information i trust. I hope you find your path. Good luck
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Re: Completely New!
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Hello everyone, I'm Louise but call me Chibi-chan. I'm completly new to magic and I'ts world. I really liked it when I was a little kid, I would imagine a stick to be my wand AND say "abra Kadabra" hehehe.

I'm 14. I really like anime and stuff, actually I'm an otaku ( a anime addicted person) so yeah..... I like white magick although I'm intrested into black magick too, I don't really know where i am suitable. I will know about magick now!!

I have the "Tsundere" personality hehe

Arigato (thank you) for reading!!!
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Re: Completely New!
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Hey everyone I am Isumi. I am completely new in the world of magic so I am clueless. I am 15 and I want some one to guide me... Thanx for reading.
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Re: Completely New!
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Louise, Isumi - Nice to meet you both, as well. I'd give you the exact same advice I gave Julia. ^_^ I posted helpful links above.

Blessed Be.
Lily
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Re: Completely New!
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Welcome Julia! When I got started in magic, I found the book Advanced Magick for Beginners by Alan Chapman helpful. If you are looking to exercise your empathy, W.E. Butler wrote a couple books on Psychometry and Clairvoyance. Scott cunningham wrote a book on natural and elemental magic called "Earth Air, Fire, and Water."

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Thank you Whiro for the book ideas!
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