Last Seen: Tue, 19 Nov 2019
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"I am a child of the Moon being raised by the Sun in a world walked by stars and a sky drawn with flowers."
Hi! I'm new to both witchcraft/paganism and this site, but I hope to learn more.
I'm 16 years old. I love music, I hate boba, and I think everyone should embrace the ideals of flower children. Besides music, I also enjoy creative writing, reading science articles, and ranting about how humanity is destroying Earth's biodiversity.
But one thing about music: I dislike most pop songs (although they're rather catchy), and if you ask me about a pop song, I'll most likely stare at you blankly. :)
In terms of witchcraft, I'm still "in the broom closet." I've only started identifying as a witch since mid-September, 2019, and I'm still doing research. I cast easy spells that require at most my voice, a pencil/paper, and maybe a small stone or leaf that I find outside on the ground. I use sigils quite often, because they only require a pencil, an eraser, a piece of paper, and my mind.
I am currently interested in the following types of magick/witchcraft:
- hedge witchcraft
- herbal magick
- candle magick
- crystal magick
- lunar magick
- elemental magick
- astral projections
About my profile picture: I used weavesilk.com to create an image that represents Yule (at least, to me it does). Comments?
I created a second account, MoonFae731, for the sole purpose of joining a second coven.
Also, I'd like to point out that people tend to misinterpret the Wiccan Rede. "An' it harm none, do what ye will." First of all, this is grammatically incorrect. It should either be "ye wollen" or "thou wilt," both of which mean "you want." Also, the word an' is an abbreviation of "if." Thus, the Wiccan Rede actually says "If it harms none, do what you want." Not "And it harms none, do what you will."
If it harms none, do what you want.