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Re: Getting Started

Postby Katrinkah » Sun Mar 05, 2017 8:59 pm

Great thread!
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Re: Getting Started

Postby smogie_michele » Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:31 pm

I agree, this is a wonderful thread. It will be very helpful to everyone starting out.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Tue Mar 07, 2017 2:28 pm

Thanks. I may never be done tweaking and editing and slaughtering typos.


.choose a word you want to make into a symbol
.use the alphabetical chart to translate the letter into a chain of numbers
.plot the design on the numerical chart &'connect them in sequence with a line; mark the beginning with a dot & the end with a bar dash

A-B-C-D-E-F- G-H-I
J--L-M-N-O- P- Q-R
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Re: Getting Started

Postby Shannon » Wed Mar 08, 2017 1:47 pm

This is excellent. I am new and frankly..new to anything spiritual to be honest so trust me when I say I haven't been trying to jump the gun by any means. I've begun meditation and have collected a few crystals so i think I'm right where I should be. This will make a very nice reference for some time to come. Thank you.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Wed Mar 08, 2017 3:32 pm

You're welcome, and You've made my day. :)
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Re: Getting Started

Postby firebirdflys » Wed Mar 08, 2017 5:26 pm

Deserving of a sticky! :fairy: voi-la'
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Wed Mar 08, 2017 5:32 pm

O.M.G. (gulp)

BOOK OF SHADOWS - some ideas of what's useful to keep, in no particular order:

.2-3 ways to raise and to ground energy; how to summon & project energy
.various ways to cast a circle & the effects you observed with each
.instructions on how to purify, consecrate, summon, banish & unhex
.lunar & weekday timing guides; full moon calendar dates
.spells listed by intent with materials, timing, & blank space for notes
.elemental correspondence lists
.list of uses for favorite kitchen herbs
.list of local wild plant's uses & locations where they grow
.list of stones uses, grid layouts diagrams
.words of power & uses
.planting & harvesting by the moon if you garden; garden layout
.powers of numbers & their uses
.divination methods such as crystal ball, cards, runes, pendulum, animal behavior, weather
.personal musings & history; your psychic experiences
.your dedication ritual, remembrances & mementos
.creation story from Aradia, Gospel of Witches, by C.Leland
.Charge of the Goddess, Wiccan Reed, Witches Creed, by Doreen Valiente
.how to design rituals for special purposes
.Circle casting ritual format
.how to design spells & make substitutions
.deities & their preferred offering, special holiday calendar dates
.Full Moon rite, chants & offerings
.8 seasonal holidays with chants & offerings for each; seasonal recipes for incense, cakes &'ale
.asst'd magical alphabets
.uses of drumming, chant, flute, rattle, dance, rocking & swinging to induce trance
.recipes for brews, potions, ointments, teas for health
.spell sprinkling powders
.how-to make candles & incense; incense blend recipes; effects on you of various aromas
.how to make a corn doll, poppet & God's eye or other useful items
.tools - what each is for & uses (ex: uses of tapping, stroking, pointing, cutting, wrapping)
.altar arrangements for various purposes
.founding elders of various paths & list of books they've written
.list of suppliers contact info, Craft websites & forums with your user name & password
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Re: Getting Started

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Fill up your notebook with information about you and your Craft. Write about the things that teach you about your path. Some ideas were inspired by Molly Roberts, Herspeak YouTube channel.

What does your given name mean? Does it suit you? What name appeals to you?

Do you have a witch-name, and what does it mean? Make a sigil or bind-rune of your name.

The Ogham alphabet symbol names are trees, and associated with the calendar. Look it up. Which tree is associated with your birthday?

What is your birthdate? Your sun sign, moon and rising sign? What day of the week were you born? And what can you find about possible meanings of these astrological details? What time of year does your sign's constellation appear in the sky? Can you find it?

What's the element associated with your birth sign? What qualities does it suggest & do you resonate to it?

Have your fortune told or palm read, and write about the experience. Were you nervous, skeptical, at-ease? What was forecast?

Do you practice a type of divination? What? And how do you use it in your practice? Or which do you want to learn & how do you think you can use it?

Tell the story of what brought you to this path. "I've always been attracted..." really doesn't say enough. What attracted you? What did you feel? What did you sense? How did you respond?

What sorts of things do witches do?

What days & times are associated with Witches?

How do you feel the Earth? How does Earth speak to you? What ways do you use to connect to the Land?

The "spirit-of-the-place" could be thought of as a living spirit or the signature energy imprint of a location. Have you recognized the Spirit of the Place where you live? Describe what you've sensed.

What is the purpose of your magical practice? Why do you do it?

What sorts of natural objects do witches use in their practice? What's your favorite item? Why?

What ways do you use to raise power? To "get your witchy on"? What does the energy feel like? Can you see it? How does it appear? How does it respond to you? Describe it's movement. How does it feel to release it?

What ways do you use to ground or neutralize energy? Describe the change from active to neutral & what you feel.

How do witches fly in stories? What other magical beings can you think of that fly?

Have you experienced spirit-flight? Other names for it are Out-of-Body &astral projection experiences which refer to the spirit leaving the body. Describe one of your experiences.

What are the current year's Full Moon dates & annual festivals? Write them on your calendar or enter in your pop up appointment reminder.

How does dark night time make you feel? How does sun light make you feel? How about a rainy day? A windy day or night? What do you see as the magical potential of these feelings?

What ways can you think of to use the liminal, between hours of dawn, noon, dusk and midnight?

What do you love about witchcraft?

List five questions on the subject of the Craft that you want answers to & some resources.

Single out each one of the elements individually. Where do you find air-fire-water-earth in Nature? Try to experience each in different the seasons and write about your findings from your feelings and observations. How do you magically use air, fire, water & earth?

Do you relate to any patron spirits or deities associated with witches? Who? Why?

Describe some of the archetypes of the God of Wicca: lord of the Wild Hunt, Lord of the Forest, Lord of the Dance, Lord of the Underworld, Horned One, Sacrifice, Corn King, Hero, Green Man, Goddess's Consort, Oak King-Holly King, Santa Claus.

Describe some of the Archetypes of the Goddess of Wicca: Forest Mother, Maid-Mother-Crone, Earth Maiden, Earth Mother, Queen of Elphame, Primordial Star Goddess, Night Huntress, Queen of the Night, Mother Goose.

You can learn about a religion's magical concepts from it's cosmology. What is the Creation Story used in Gardnerian Wica? Aradia by folklorist Charles Leland is one source for the story. Read it sometime. Would it's loss be relevant to you? Magic is based on the principles of creation.

Are you familiar with The Charge of the Goddess? The original form was recorded in Aradia, Gospel of Witches by folklorist Charles Leland, and it was reworked by Doreen Valiente. Does it bestir you?

Look up The Rede of the Wicce poem by Gwen Thompson. It has been used as a popular guideline but is not universally taught. It came into use in the 1970's, 30 years after Gardnerian Wica was begun. What's your feeling on it? It's not the same as the do as you will, an' it harm none" that Alistair Crowley had proposed to the Craft. What are the differences?

Traditional paths of witchcraft are classified by the historical cultures that practiced them. Does any specific one attract you? Why?

Your personal "style" is the method of practice you are most comfortable using. Do you see yourself as a kitchen-witch? City-witch? Garden- Forest- or Hedge-witch? Sea-witch? Folk-witch? Ceremonial-Ritual Magician? Traditionalist? Minimalist? Just "witch"? Why? Note: these are styles of craft practice not spiritual paths.

Do you communicate with any spirits? How do you recognize them? What name are they known by? When are they most likely to be present?

What motivates you to know more about your Craft experience?

Write about your experiences of grounding, centering and shielding. What are your favorite methods? How have you done each? What are their effects on you?

Name some crystals & stones that call to you & what about them appeals to you. Describe how they feel or work for you. What senses are used? Got a pet rock?

How do Wiccans really use black candles? (not what sensational movies would make-believe.)

Have you ever seen a fairy or member of the Fae race? Write about an experience you've had. Did you do anything special to make friend's? Did any warning bells get triggered?

Look around where you are right now and choose three random, ordinary objects. Can you imagine ways to describe them as spiritual tools or as symbols of the Divine? This is an exercise to help us see the divinity of all things.

What do you feel is the most important part of your practice?

Try 3 different commercial incenses aromas on different days. Which smokey scent did you like best? Dislike? How did each affect you? how can you use that in your magic?

Are you interested in making your own incense from scratch?

Do you macramé, crochet, knit, weave or quilt? Write about it as a cord/knot spell.

Are you interested in making your own candles?

Do you draw or paint? Color mandalas? Write about them as spell crafting.

List the standard magical associations of 7 rainbow colors. If you feel any of the properties should be different for your own use, make note.

Write about the magical properties your personally sense for 3 cooking herbs or spices sitting in your kitchen today. What's your favorite seasoning? Do the ingredients suggest any magical uses?

Write about some different kinds of trees. Trees have magical properties & are living Beings. Which would you want to have for your wand or staff? How would you ask the tree for it? Have you ever made friend's with a tree?

Design a magical sprinkling powder recipe. Include all instructions for mixing, moon phase, empowering and use. What fancy name will you give it?

Create a sigil or symbol that represents you as your personal logo, and write about what it means. You can identify your magical tools & supplies with it.

Do you have a favorite place that you go to for thinking? Describe it and how you found it.

Go on a specimen hunt to a park, woods, stream or along an alley. Then write about the treasures you've found and how you can use them. Did anything come to your attention in a unique way?

Go apple or berry picking or whatever is in your area in season. Record where you went, and find a recipe to use for your produce. If you want, buy a pumpkin for Samhain & honor your Craft with oven dried seeds & pie. What lore is related to your project?

Are there any local area natural springs, pools or rock formations in your area. Are fairies reported there, and what's the history? Write directions to get there and make a visit. Record your observations and sensations. Bring some candy to leave as an offering when you visit.

Pick a special day or event. What would you do to celebrate it? Who would you choose to share it with?

Which holiday appeals to you most & why? What culture does it come from? What foods, customs & dress are associated with it?

Draw your altar - just doodle it. Then draw seasonal decorations for the next upcoming holiday. If your altar is a Stang, how would you decorate?

How do you use coins in your spells, or the images imprinted on them?

What things about witchcraft scare you?

What are some things about your path that excite you?

List household items you have repurposed for your magical use. Is there symbolism linked to your choice? Give details.

What qualities do you look for when acquiring spell materials? ? What do you consider important when selecting tools?

Charge some Full Moon Water. Write a full moon energy summoning chant. Record your thoughts and experience. How do you use this lustral water?

What is your Full Moon observance? Record your experiences over time.

Which moon phase do you feel the most? How does it effect your health, mood, sleep cycle, biological cycles, or your Craft practice?

If you have a garden do you plant & harvest by moon phase? What effects do you observe?

Make a magical herb garden plan for your yard, or for patio/balcony containers wherever they'll fit. List the plants you want and what you'd use them for.

What are the signs of each seasonal change where you live? What animals comings or goings signal the seasonal changes? What changes do you see in the flora? Which Sabbats are in your favorite season?

Do you have a magical talisman or good luck charm you carry? What is it? How did you come by it? How is it's power maintained & do you renew it?

Just for fun write a spell and include all details of intent, wording, timing, prep work, number and placements of candles, specialty items, any herbs, flowers, stones, incense, colors, inscriptions, etc., & explain why each is part of your spell. Also give disposal instructions for after the spell is done.

What works for you to charge or set your intention in spells?

Have you used sound, music or noise-making in ritual or magic? What did you use and how did it work out?

Casting circle directly involves the witch's know-how. Write about your circle casting experiences. Have there been some really funny oopsies? Or O.M.G. Or awesome moments? Describe them &' what you learned.

Describe your ideal sacred space that you'd create if materials, supplies & time were unlimited. Or describe your ideal natural sacred place. Then create an astral realm, mental construction of it.

Psychometricize an heirloom. Write down five impressions. See if you can verify your feelings. If psychometry isn't your talent, use a pendulum and ask about the item's former history.

Who are your ancestors? Where and when did they live? Write about family lore, handed down stories, recipes, familiar quotes from a relative, funny stories. If you don't know who your ancestors are, and a good many of us don't, you can "adopt" someone who touched your life meaningfully. Or just choose to adopt if you want to honor a special person.

Where are your ancestors buried? Visit the cemetery if you like. Look up magical cemetery etiquette, such as leaving three coins at the gate to pay the Guardian. Write about what you feel and think of the experience. A spoonful of dirt from a relative's grave is a magical treasure. Bury a penny to pay for the dirt. Do not take anything else from any grave. Be respectful of others. Be respectful of your culture.

What would you place on an ancestor altar? What will honor them & attract good will?

Describe your witch power. How & when did you recognize it? What circumstances revealed it to you? Be specific.

What are your favorite magical stories? Books? Movies?

What are your favorite dietary choices that assist your spirituality? And what clogs the plumbing?

What truths have been revealed to you through your practice?

What do you do to work off a bad mood? How do you regain your equilibrium?

What ethical line do you refuse to cross in your craft?

Do you feel it's OK to use your Craft to strike first or to strike back if you've been hurt? What are your alternatives? Is your Craft both healing and hostile & when does each apply?

How were you made aware of your Deities? What drew you to Them?

Describe how your deities look to you, and how they sound or how you feel their Presence? Why did they accept you? How have They changed you?

What are 3 surprising facts about you?

How many pairs of striped Witchy socks do you own? What's does your ritual garb consist of?
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:44 pm


Generally, each point of the five-pointed star represents one of the 5 elements. The star in a circle is a feminine symbol, and the circle represents infinity. Here is just something kind of interesting, and I don't pretend to know the math. Have you ever wondered why a five pointed star is the symbol selected to represent the Wiccan path? This is one explanation I've stumbled over. Those musty ancient Greeks like Antipater and Pythagorus, who maybe got it from the Sumerians, probably considered it kids stuff. It gives me a headache.

The pentagram - five pointed, upright star within a circle - displays phi, the Golden Ratio (0.618). The number one divided by 0.618 is 1.618 (which is the same as adding one to it), and 1.618 times 1.618 equals 2.618, so it is sometimes written that way too. These relationships are found in the layout of a pentagram. The Golden Ratio is also found throughout organic lifeforms (the shape of shells, distribution of seeds in a flower, placement of leaves and branches, & on and on) and also is observed in the orbiting dance of planets of the inner solar system as well. That's the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth and our Moon, and Mars. Every 8 years the path of Venus' orbit, seen from Earth, traces a five petaled flower design in the sky, formed by our nearest and furthest approaches to each other. So, in the organic designs and in the planetary distribution and motions, life exhibits the ratios depicted by the star-within-a-circle. Therefore, it is a known symbol of life. And that to me, makes a good reason to honor the symbol.

Here's a video on phi: https://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=keLN89CWZ-A

My source for the Golden Ratio is John Martineau's "Little Book of Coincidence in the Solar System", in which no references to Wicca occur whatsoever. Wiccans have made their own conclusions. The history of the pentagram could make another journaling prompt...
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Re: Getting Started

Postby WitchyWhitney » Mon Mar 13, 2017 6:02 pm

Thank you for this. I feel like I need a reminder on what you have said. The last portion I am actually printing out so I can see it every morning. A reminder :flyingwitch: THANK YOU!
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Tue Mar 14, 2017 4:59 pm

Goosebumps,all around. :)
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Fri Apr 14, 2017 1:27 pm


So by now you've read yourself cross-eyed, and may have been absorbing some ideas & blew raspberries at others. You might be asking how to begin a magical and/or a devotional practice. Well, frequent repetition makes something a "practice". Repetition moves ideas from the head into the day-to-day world at your finger tips. Mini rituals of lighting a candle and speaking a prayer/chant can be done at rising & before sleeping. Snuffing the flame so it isn't left burning unattended can become a mini ritual for protection-from-neglect. Little actions carry a lot of potency. Using your hands to energize daily food & beverage for highest good, or to charge a book to aid comprehension before you begin reading, or charging your shoes to guide your steps on the path are just some ideas.

Occasional grounding, centering & shielding are basic maintenance against negativity & are a means of connecting to the Earth. You have to make the effort and take the time to just do it, like a mini ritual. If the only time you can claim for yourself is in the privacy of the bathroom, shower time is fine for practicing. Really, use what you have and more will become available. It works that way. Also, if you're too stressed to take time for the basics, then now may not be the right time to be a witch. It may be best to wait a bit, and that's alright to do.

But if you can, then practice casting circle at a comfortable pace without creating drama. You don't need the negativity. Pace out the steps like learning a dance routine. Practice until you "get it" & the process flows; then you'll have it for the rest of your life. Do simple rituals on full moons and as many days of power as you can without stressing over it. When you can't do rituals, go for walks instead. Take time to be with the Earth and Her cycles and it will strengthen your spiritual connections. It will change you.

Make it a priority to meditate. Keep journaling. If you aren't meditating 10 minutes every day, try prayer beads and chants. And write about it. 1-2 pages of Stream-of-Consciousness journaling is a form of meditation. Stream of Consciousness goes something like: I am thinking about X, because Y. This makes me feel X, because Y. I want to Z ... Etc., as it flows.

Grounding especially when times get tough and you have too little energy (which is often just scattered energy) gets the ball rolling again. Centering reclaims your power. Witchcraft is especially useful for tough times.

Experience the five elements in Nature. Observe. Touch. Smell. Listen. Engage your senses and let yourself feel their essential life essence. How does Earth sound or the candle's Flame itself smell to you? What does fog/mist taste like if your eyes are closed? Where did it come from? And how is it expressing Nature? To experience this - go Zen - & "be" the fog in your imagination.

Consider a self-dedication ceremony when you are ready to design your own ritual. Research first, of course. Get ideas. An example is on the next page. Dedication is to pledge your intent to observe and conform to a path, while Initiation is to receive a spiritual awakening following an "ordeal" or quest related to a path.

Every spiritual path has private devotions that are respected and quietly performed without huge displays or rigamarole. And in every religion the aspirant has to set aside daily time for reflection. There are a few pagan spiritual guides in print. Search for some chants and use them when you rise, at mid-day and before sleep. Greet the sky and the sacred Earth whenever you go outdoors. Make up a gratitude ritual. Practice being thankful for who you are and what you have. Reflect on the Charge of the Goddess & of the God if these stir you.

If you have means and opportunity to make mini-pilgrimages then plan out visits to natural sites and features such as natural springs, rock formations, hill tops, caves that offer guided tours, & the sources of major rivers or visit the ocean. It's best to not do it all on one trip, but to pace your visits with your life-experiences. It could take years to fulfill your bucket list. Leave an offering that is relevant to your path. Mini-pilgrimages are especially helpful to reconnect when, in time to come, the glamour wears off & the fascination fades.

Do spells if/when you feel ready. Nobody is timing you. There is no quota to fill to qualify as a witch. And there is no better way to learn than to just do it. Know why an item or ingredient or action is part of a spell so that you understand it's role in the spell. If they're just a random & meaningless collection of things copied out of a book then you're fooling yourself. The spell has to be real to you to make a change in the real world. Keep working at getting in the zone.

Be aware of how you use the Earth, how you treat Her resources. Honor the Spirit of Nature where and when it makes itself known to you. Use your intuitive senses often. Stretch out. Touch and feel the life-essence within everything. Nod a greeting and share some energy back and forth. Show appreciation for the scent of a flower or a cooling breeze. This crazy, darned planet has more kinds of life on it than on any other planet in the solar system. Earth is amazing!

If you can garden, enjoy getting your hands dirty. Make a rock garden or use containers for small spaces. Grow your own herbs. Maybe all you can do is to bury your chopped fruit peels to help nurture the soil or recycle spent or out dated herbs into the lawn.

Treat yourself and others gently. Respect the Nature that you hold within you. When you are hurting (admit it, we all get hurt) touch a tree, a rock or the ground, and ask for healing of heart, spirit or body. Let the Earth Mother in. She's right there. If you don't feel that, let down the shield, release the drama, be yourself. No one has to know but you and the Mother of all life. Take a moment to appreciate how far you've come and what you have overcome to get to this moment. And say a little "thanks". It makes you happy. :wink2: And when life is good, share that with the Great Ones too.

Balance your body's energy especially when you feel unfocussed. Run an element-check on your physical body. Heart beat, blood flow, respiration, and your sense of the space you occupy. Your body temperature is fire, your breath is air, your bones and density are earth, and water is 60% of your body, as well as tears, perspiration &' saliva.

Take a minute to energize the food you are going to eat. Think about where it came from and how it got to you. Animal or vegetable, it had life-force before it was processed into the form you hold. That life will join with you. Appreciate it. Try eating with magical intent associated with your food intake. See where it takes you. Eat vegan meals occasionally (if you aren't vegan).

Have fun creating daily familiarity with symbolism. Look at a random object and describe it as a sacred symbol or in terms of it's being a representation of Deity. Eventually you can see the sacredness in all existence this way. It really vamps up the imagination and it let's you see the usable magical potential of your immediate surroundings. You will always have what you need to work any spell.

Do a daily Tarot card or Rune draw and see how it is fulfilled. Observe. Relate. Pull a stone to carry & learn its relevance to your body & how you feel. Feed birds and other wild life in winter. Recycle and repurpose. Clean up someone else's mess without drama as an Earth offering. Do something neighborly in secret to create good energy vibes. The world needs it. Smile for two consecutive minutes. (It's hard to do.) These are simple things to do to remind yourself that you have the freedom to choose to walk your spiritual path, from minute to minute.

From time to time, take the time to assess what your path & the Craft mean to you. Does it stir your witchy blood to feel the pulse of the Earth? And inhale the breath of the Wind? Do you have an intuitive ability waiting to be developed? Do you feel it in your bones when you raise power? It's a way of life. It's how we think & naturally relate to our surroundings.

Can you get in touch with the shamanic foundation on which the Western Occult framework appears to stand? It's an understanding we work at little by little, and it can try our patience, because it simply cannot be rushed. We can't connect the dots until we have the awareness. We don't notice we've absorbed it until we become it. Then we're both human and witch as one. We awake and find it was always there.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby earthenergies » Sun Apr 16, 2017 6:15 am

THis is amazing! Thank you for taking the time to write all this wonderful info ST :)
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Re: Getting Started

Postby nightshroud » Wed Apr 19, 2017 11:11 am

thanks I learned a lot um I may not make daily practice available just depends on schedule.
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Re: Getting Started

Postby SpiritTalker » Wed Apr 19, 2017 3:43 pm

That's cool. Nobody's watching. You get to decide.
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