|Membership: Member |
Coven Title: Priestess
You may call me Misa or Mis. Welcome to my small section of SoM. I've been on the site for about 10 years now. I'm heavily into MMOs and play far too much Neverwinter and GW2. I have also played DCUO, Rift, SW:TOR, TESO, and WoW. I also enjoy Skyrim and Pokemon. I'm an avid gardener and do a bit of freelance writing just for fun.
I am more than happy to help and offer advice. However, I ask that you do not mail me regarding fluffy nonsense. I have no patience for such rubbish, and it is a waste of both of our times. I also ask that your mail has a subject so that I know what needs read and what can wait.
~Teen Witches Coven~
I am the new priestess of Teen Witches. If you have any questions about the coven, or if you would like to join, please feel free to mail me at any time. Also keep in mind that just clicking on the apply button, without sending me the answered application questions, will result in an automatic application rejection.
We are working on rebuilding the coven and making it into a place where beginners, both young and old, can come together to learn and discuss magical practice.
I am a healer. I employ crystals, color therapy, and aromatherapy in my healing practices.
I practice a mix of magics, and have over a decade and a half of experience with magical practice and spellwork; 16 years in total. I work with ancestral spirits, nature spirits, totems, and other spiritual guides and teachers. I work with the Kemetic pantheon, and have done so for about 6 or 7 years now.
Recently, I have started researching and working with Appalachian Granny Magic/Folk Magic, which is a mix of magical practice and superstitions from my home in the Mountain State.
A more specific list of my studies and practices can be found below.
~My Studies & Practices~
"I am the big, bad wolf."
"Trust, much like respect, is not freely given. It is earned. Remember that."
"Speak little and learn much. Those that talk the loudest know the least. Human ego is the worst of all beasts.Humility, grace and dignity will get you farther than arrogance."
"He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee." - Friedrich Nietzsche