So let me start off by saying I cannot control any of the elements, nor can I touch the hazardous ones. If you are considering going onto or wanting to try the path, I suggest you do your research on the periotic table of elements first before getting into the hazardous chemicals. I don't want to be responsible for someone starting the path and randomly getting extreme chemical burns because i didn't give a warning. Thank you.
What is Chemistrycraft?
Chemistrycraft, also known as The chemical craft, is basically witchcraft using/involving the periotic table of elements. Chemistrycraft is NOT elemental magic (The typical fire, air, water, earth magic). I can see how people may find it confusing. With Chemistrycraft, you would work with mainly 3 elements off of the chart. (you can work with more, but the 3 is the main focus.).
Is Chemistrycraft supplies expensive and would i be able to cast the spells as much as the typical?
Yes, the elements for the casting can get expensive. I'm not talking about the everyday pennies (yes you can use everyday items too, I'm just talking about the pure chemicals). The best thing to do is make a budget! For example, I usually buy a 5-6 months worth of materials. Which can cost me anywhere in between 1200-2100 USD. (that's why i said make a budget). If you can't afford that amount, as i said earlier you can use objects with the element in it. My brutal answer would be not highly recommended. Why? Because with the elements on the periotic table, there are specific times, moon phases, purposes of casting, and energies for each of the elements. I normally do three or four meditations including the elements energies a week. I do two ritual castings with the element(s) of choice every month. I am not someone who will cast every week, for saving purposes.
I hope this helped summarize a little bit, thank you for taking the time to read.