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Hi my name is Jazmin, my sister was into Witchcraft and ever since I heard about it I was interested. But going through information I am somewhat lost, I can't seem to afford a lot of the stuff needed for Witchcraft and I still can't seem to understand the meaning and what to use them for?


How do I get into it if I can not afford it?

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Apr 10, 2016
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by: Anonymous

It helped me to understand the tools when I realized they are sex symbols, by that I mean male and female representatives. The long pointed wand and knifes are male, the cup, cauldron and disc are female. They stand for the principles of creative energy. Working magic is creating from energy. thought, represented by Air, is energy. Desire and will, represented by fire are energy. Emotions represented by water are energy. And the earth, that gives form to energy is Earth. tools are symbolically related to the elements. Air and fire are male, water and earth are female. the elements are the building blocks of creation. Tools are symbols to help the mind focus. They literally help but are not necessary. When I was learning to cast, I saw the blue smoke energy waffle off my fingers and casually slip into the circle. When I used my wand instead, the blue smoke beamed right where I sent it. I needed to focus better to just use my fingers, but the wand makes is easy. it gives my mind something to focus on...the sensation of holding it con nets thought to action. so pointy things focus and send energy. Cups and cauldrons shape energy, they give form to liquid substance. the mothers womb gives form to new life. Cups and cauldrons give form to magical energy just like the female principle of creating. when you brew a potion you want to give form to the brew, to make the brews properties affect reality,to make it happen. You want to take the male principle of focused and directed energy to be materialized, I.e, shaped energy, into
reality.Who ever invented tools really understood how the mind creates reality. Explaining this is like back engineering a spacecraft.

Sep 16, 2015
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by: Anonymous

Importance and value of the natural sciences is more than then the social best college paper writing service. It is the invention and discovery oriented study the teachers and intellectuals prefer and consider this as the leading science for the generations.

Aug 30, 2013
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by: Nick

Money is necessary in the mundane world but not in the esoteric realm of the spirit. Certainly it's nice to be able to afford lavish items for ritual work, but all you need is an eager desire & the knowledge, one of which is available right here! Learn all you can about your chosen path (there are millions, and if you get into eclecticism even more combinations than that) and try to find tools for your worship in nature & craft some of your own. There is a world of wonder out there that cannot be purchased with any amount of money, & the knowledge & experience obtained is priceless. Love, light, & laughter to you & yours. Blessed be.

Aug 29, 2013
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Affording Witchcraft
by: Ken

Hi Jazmin,

The only things you absolutely need to practice Witchcraft, you were born with. Witchcraft is a spiritual practice of heart and mind.

In ritual, you can use your finger for an athame, a bowl from the kitchen will work for salt and water, and anything fireproof will work if you want to burn incense, though you don't need any of it.

All the trappings of Witchcraft, like the altar, candles, and various tools, are simply props. You don't need any of them. All you need is a quiet space, and the time to do your ritual.

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