If you are young like me...

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This article is not a spell or ritual but a piece of advice to young people out there like me.

If you are young like me, let's say under 15 years old and are on this site wanting to practice witchcraft here are some tips for you!

Spells you should or should not do: If you are young like I said you should not be doing harmful spells or trying to master all five elements like in The Avatar in a day! Start off slow. Like learning instead of doing. LEARN to make a spell, LEARN about aura, LEARN about rituals, well it goes on and on. If you really wanted to do a spell set up by making your altar and writing down information in your Book of Shadows. Or start off by practicing healing or weather spells like I did.If you don't know what any of these things are then you shouldn't be doing spells yet. You have to learn all these things to do it correctly.

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Should you be doing witchcraft: There is not a correct answer for this. You have to decide. You can not be too young to do witchcraft, as long as you have enough power and understand enough then you should be able to practice whatever you like! But if you are trying to do things from TV like transforming into a dragon or breathing fire, or if you try to harm people in your spells or rituals then you may as well stop doing this for your own safety.

The Basics: Of course there are a lot of articles talking about the basics but I am going to explain it more basically and not in a wikapedia style. First things first you have to get your altar set up. An altar is the place where you practice your spells, do rituals, and keep your prized possessions during your witchy journey. Here is a list of items for your altar.

Altar Cloth: A cloth to cover your altar or to put under it all. Doesn't have to be fancy.

Crystals (Optional): Crystals help empower your spells It's fine if you don't have it

Book of Shadows: This can just be a simple note book. This is your journal of your witchy journey, you write down spells, rituals, and your personal experiences in witchcraft.

Wand: Yep that's right! But it is for empowering your spells. Tip: Ask the tree.

Chalice (Optional): Used to hold blessed water or wine during rituals.

Candles: WAIT RIGHT THERE! If you are young don't do this! Each candle is meant for a type of spells or goddess

Athame (Optional): Used in several rituals to represent sacrifice.

Pentagram: Used to represent the 5 elements, fire, earth, water, air, and spirit. A wiccan symbol.

Mail me if you found this article helpful :) Stay safe out there kids! :p

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Added to on Aug 09, 2018
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