Witchcraft and everything has always fascinated me and i have read some books on it. But i feel like I'm just this "wannabe" witch. I want to learn and understand witchcraft and everything that comes with it but i don't know where to start. Are there any excercises for me to try? any tips on grounding, cleansings, I don't even have a good idea on what i need help in. Whatever tips and advice you have for me they are very much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Re: Help for a newbie
By: ChennyVoo / Novice Apr 25, 2016
Post # 4
That's an entirely personal experience. I would suggest starting with reading. Just be creative!
I would suggest reading anything you can find, but try to be very critical about everything. There is no set way to go about witchcraft. Scott Cunningham is usually suggested as a good place to start, and an easy read. Then, I would move on to different authors such as Owen Davies and Gemma Gary. Just let everything flow naturally. Have fun!
please i need a mind controlling spell but dont know how to get it. i want to control men to do my biding and get money from them and when am done with them i will toss them aside. i want a spell for mind control and another to make them forget that i ever existed in their lives. please i need help.also i dont want the sppell to afect anybody i love and care about most importantly my parents, siblings, marriage, husband and children.including our work.
Re: Help for a newbie
By: prsona / Knowledgeable Apr 26, 2016
Post # 7
Two things, Harrison:
Firstly it is very rude to attampt to hijack someone else's thread for your own topic when it is just as easy to start your own.
Secondly, what you are asking is not realistic. Mind control is not possible. Erasing memories is not possible.
If you want a following of men whom you xan abuse at will, why not start a cult? I'm sure there are plenty of kooliad recipies on the deep web for when it gets to be too much for you to handle all the pressure from both within and without your organization.
Otherwise I suggest growing up, getting a job, and treating people with some modicum of respect.