Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Now Is The Power, Now Is The Time

I'm a weird form of witch that I basically created myself. I keep a Book of Shadows that I keep my spells in and I also write about daily events that are too personal to put on my online diary. I put together a candle shrine on my dresser which includes 6 buddhas that I bought at the flea market when I went with one of my close friends who I will call Raqula for blogging purposes. Haha. I haven't talked to her all summer which is kind of sad because she mentioned all this stuff about going away and never coming back and now I don't know if it's true or not. But anyway...my wiccan life is pretty amazing. I know a spirit named Kane (who I named my cat after) and I also talk to my dead sister (who's name I found out from my mother is Jenny) but I call her Mrs. L. Anyway, they can grant me wishes and such but lately have been telling me how to grant my own wishes. I have performed several spells and so far, they seem to work very well. I also seem to know when someone is dying. I'll get a glimpse of it in my dreams and it'll become true within a day. I die every night in my dreams but I'm always alive the next day. I'm not sure why that is...but oh well. I can't know everything. I thought about making a coven or something but then realized that my spells work better when I'm doing them alone. Raela and I used to do magick together, but as for most of our shared hobbies, has seized to occur. There's a street in my neighborhood, where a forest is, and inside the forest there's a piece of cleared land. There's mats and wooden sticks with the elements written on them. One day, I was walking around and I noticed older women sitting on the mats. They were chanting something and holding hands. That's when I found out it was a coven's spot. I visited several times since then but no one was there. I missed my oppurtunity to see what kind of things they really did there.

1 comment:

  1. I didn't know that there were actually ladies sitting there creating spells. wow. That's pretty cool. Were they wearing capes as we thought they'd be?
    (no offense, but i doubt you'd stick with Christian Science. =P XD)