Getting started as a witch
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Getting started as a witch

by Conor
(Ireland)

I've always been interested in Witchcraft over the years, but I've never wanted to approach anyone cause I've always felt I don't know enough or I haven't studied it myself enough. So what are the basics that would be good to read and know before trying to join a group or seek another's advice. Like is there a particular book, like a Witches Bible that all Witches know for example.


And secondly, when your living in a house with flat mates, it makes it very difficult to do anything like lighting candles or doing rituals. What alternatives are there? Do people often just go to group meetings to do their spells?

Thanks for any advice you may have.

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Living As A Witch
by: Ken

Conor,

The first book I would recommend is The Complete Book of Witchcraft, by Raymond Buckland. Also anything by Scott Cunningham is good. Witches have no Bible, we make our own Book of Shadows.

Even with flat mates, you have your own room. Make it off limits to all unless invited. There you can light candles and incense, and do rituals undisturbed. Simply tell them that you are working, and don't want to be interrupted.

If your flat mates can't leave you alone, it's time to find other people to live with.

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