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By Denise Zimmermann

This advisor bargains a beginner's examine the background of paganism, Wicca, and witchcraft, from the Druids and Celts to the witches of at the present time who perform an earth-based faith, forged spells, and practice common magic. The publication, written via a training witch, unearths info of the witches' Sabbaths, ceremonies, and altars.

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Made soup for a sick friend or relative to help make that person feel better? ➤ Worn a lucky outfit for a job interview or a sports competition? ➤ Thrown salt over your shoulder or knocked on wood to prevent a bad thing from happening? Every time you ask for that parking place and get it, every time you make your special chicken soup to help cure someone, you perform magick. When you make that soup you add your own special ingredients. ) And you put your own loving energy into the soup’s preparation, your hope that your friend or child or uncle will feel better.

Often each coven member is assigned a part to play in coven rituals. Not attending a ritual at which you are expected is a big no-no. If you don’t make it, you could ruin the ritual. As a neophyte, you will also probably meet with your teachers on a regular basis. You might also be asked to do things for the coven or your teacher—buy candles for the altar, run errands, or clean the covenstead, for example. Covens also take on community service projects such as cleaning up a local stream, picking up litter in a park, helping out at a soup kitchen, or cleaning cages Book of Shadows at the animal shelter.

No one and nothing else is responsible for them. So, the devil did not “make” you do it! Wiccan witches are responsible for their own actions and are willing to pay the penalty for them without placing blame on others. Witches who use negative energy are always well paid back in kind for their actions. ) You can always accomplish the things you need to get done without using negativity. You can reframe the question as a positive, simply turning the situation around. Or maybe there is a lesson to be learned from your inability to complete your task.

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