You can call me Cicada. Initiated Wiccan. Eighteen. Don't be afraid to ask me anything, but please look in the F.A.Q. and Questions That Have Been Answered links before hand. Thank you! :)
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Well, I’m gonna have to tell you like I tell the others, in order to have a good working spell, it’s best to create your own. :) The personal energy used in making it really helps, and you can tell a difference.
As for items, that I will help you with. :)
Love: Pink candle, lavender, cinnamon, apples, sugar, honey, gold candle, roses, silk… and these work best preformed on Friday nights. :)
Friends: White candle, Pink candle, rose quartz, white, blue, and pink string… hmn. I’d say this one would be best done on a Wednesday.
As for preforming them… I’m not entirely sure how to write that out, so I’m going to leave you with two links. :) Here you go. The first one tells you how to cast, and the second one makes you think about your motive for doing so, which is always good. It also will bring you to a site where you can learn alot more.
Now, I know you, read my article, but I just have to be sure; You absolutely must try to find these things. The spells help immensely, but they will not help if you don’t try to talk to people. :)
Thank you for asking. If there’s anything else you’d like help with, I’d love to help.
That’s awesome! :) well, in reality anyone can preform a spell, and if you do it correctly, it will indeed work, more often than not regardless of whether you believe they’ll work or not, haha :) I’d love to answer any other questions you have.
Also, I’m aware that there are some that aren’t Abrahamic that don’t consider themselves pagan. Thanks.
being Wiccan means you follow Wicca.
Being Pagan means you follow any religion that isn’t Abrahamic (Christianity, Islam, ect.)
Being a witch means you practice magick. (I know you didn’t ask for that part, but I like to make sure, lol)
EDIT:: EXCEPT FOR BUDDHISM AND HINDUISM.
Not personally, but I can put this here+tag it, and I’m sure that at least one of my followers will have some knowledge for you. ;) Also, I’ll try and look around and see if I can find any real good astronomy blogs for you. :)
I have never been there… ^^’ but I’m sure someone will have a suggestion in the comments if you don’t mind waiting. :)
There should be links in both my FAQ and Questions That Have Been Answered sections. :) I’m not sure how many are particularly geared for the Greek pantheon, but if you don’t find any to your tastes I’m sure some of my followers will give us some ideas. They’re pretty freaking awesome like that. :) so, go ahead and check those out/watch this post.
1.) I’m not a two god person. I know some eclectic Wiccans work with whole pantheons, but for me that seemed incomplete with the Wiccan structuring… 2.) It felt disrespectful to worship my gods in a way other than what my ancestors have done. I don’t know why. It just does. :/ it also felt wrong for me to worship gods of other pantheons along side them. I know I didn’t have to do so, but the fact that I could bothered me a little. 3.) The structuring of Asatru is much easier to flow in my everyday life. It’s like every part of the day I’m a part of it. I didn’t feel that with Wicca. It felt choppy for me. 4.) Everything is about family, ancestors, the wights, community, and knowledge as well as honor… I like that. More than anyone could know. 5.) Asatru is a lot more… Uhm… Contemporary than Wicca? I’m not sure how to word that. Basically Asatru feels more old fashioned and quite honestly fills up a lot of how I feel as a Southerner in the United States, which goes back to number four. So mostly, it just… Feels right. It feels like its just part of my life. I’m really not sure how to explain it. There are some pagans that believe that Wicca is a gateway to other pagan religions. Obviously that’s not completely true, because a lot of people stay Wiccan till the day they die and that’s totally fine, and good. But it certainly was for me, and it is becoming true for quite a few people.