Zacane's Profile

Member Info
Zacane
Name: Zacane
Birthday: May 11
Location: North America
Gender: Male
Last Seen: Fri, 14 Jan 2022
Coven:
Membership: Member
Coven Title: Council


Personal Bio

Greetings, I'm Zacane. For about a decade, I've been developing my sorcery. Over this time I've gained some valuable experience, met some interesting people, and struggled to figure out who I was and who I wanted to be.

My practice is mostly focused on energy work and understanding how the body, mind, and soul intertwine. I've been agnostic most of my life and don't follow any particular deity. Although there have been plenty of times I've taken a passing interest in a particular practice or religion which has helped shape my current path. I've used several forms of divination over the years, most notably Tarot Cards, but I no longer offer those services to the public. I will gladly offer advice if you need help performing a spell yourself, but I will not cast it for you.

Outside of my more metaphysical studies, I'm just a geek with too much time on his hands. I usually spend my days working on my degree, playing video games, reading manga, or watching YouTube. There will always be more to learn and experience in this world, so I try to treat every day as a chance to improve and become closer to who I want to be.

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Advice:

> Magic has limits. You are human, and no spell is going to change that. If you want to play the part of vampire, werewolf, etc. then go ahead, but do not think you can magically restructure your DNA or gain superpowers. Use common sense when researching and performing spells. Avoid injuring yourself or ingesting harmful substances just because some stranger on the Internet said it's magical.

> Fire is dangerous and lit candles should not be left unattended.

> Everyone starts somewhere. It's okay to make mistakes or feel like your spells are ineffective. Continue practicing, review what you already know, and don't be afraid to take a break or ask for help. Everyone practices differently, so don't be worried if you don't have an altar, candles, etc. Not all spells require expensive ingredients since your intentions and understanding of the forces at work matter much more than what ingredients you use for the spell.

> Whether you believe in the Three-Fold Law or not, it is important to understand that your actions have consequences. When casting a spell, you are accepting the risk that something may go wrong. When working with spirits you should take the time to understand who you are working with and prepare yourself accordingly.

> Keeping a journal can benefit you greatly. Record your discoveries, your beliefs, and even your spells/rituals. Whether you share its contents with anyone or not, it is important for you to know where you've been and where you want to go.

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Miscellaneous:

I wish you good fortune in all your seasonal celebrations!

Mail is welcome, but try to have a subject other than "hi".

Have you thought about your new year's resolution yet?