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So curious: witchcraft beginnings

PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2015 1:06 pm
by jujumenay
I've been interested in witchcraft for a while now and I'm really curious as to how to go about it I know they say research is the first step I have done that but I feel that everything I read tells me the same thing I need a really good book or somebody who knows about the craft already and there are also some things that even though I'm interested in witchcraft I do still believe in...

Re: So curious

PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2015 2:03 pm
by Sakura Blossom
jujumenay, why don't you head over to the member introductions subforum and introduce yourself so we can get to know you better!

It's totally normal to not agree with some things in the books you read or to agree with everything. What I'm trying to say by this is that everyone has their own set of beliefs and while reading can share some points of view, it will not give you everything. Some people prefer researching, some people prefer simply exposing themselves to the craft and finding things naturally on their own. I like doing a tiny bit of both.

It's very hard to answer your questions, though, if you're vague with what you are wanting to know and are looking for, so would you feel comfortable explaining what some of the things are that you're still interested in that you feel may interfere with the craft? I'm sorry if I'm misunderstanding your question, but I get the impression that that is what you're trying to convey with your last sentence.

Also, what kind of research have you done so far?

Welcome to the forum and I hope we can be of great help!

Bright Blessings!