WHICH WITCH ARE YOU? FIVE WAYS TO HARNESS THE CRAFT

There are other types of Witches besides these five in my opinion. So no need to try to fit yourself into one of these types of mine feel right to you.
Lady Beltane

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WHICH WITCH ARE YOU? FIVE WAYS TO HARNESS THE CRAFT

Witchcraft seems like a particularly buzzy topic these days, with books, blogs, and more delivering ancient magic to a modern audience. But while stylized Tarot cards and light-catching crystals have their place, the shift from intrigued observer to practicing pagan can be a daunting one. So why not start the process by determining which brand of witchery resonates with you?

Read on to learn about five specialized takes on witchcraft—and where the variants came from.

COSMIC WITCH

A comic witch is a witch who uses planetary and celestial energy in their practice. They study and feel a personal and spiritual connection with not only the main planets in our solar system, but with asteroids, meteors, supernovas, stars, constellations, galaxies, and black holes. Cosmic witches pay particular attention to astrology, horoscopes, and zodiac signs—but that only gives us a picture of how…

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Trivia Questions About The Five Elements – Contest to Win a Free May/June Issue of Life in The Craft Newsletter

Do not post your answers here instead email them to LifeinTheCraft@outlook.com. The two people to answer the questions correctly will win a free May/June issue of Life in The Craft. If more than two people have the correct answer I will go by the time the emails came in. Deadline to email your answers is April 2, 2019, by 12:00 AM  CT

We know the five elements most witches work with are Air, Fire, Water, Earth, and Spirit.

We know the Air can be represented by many things such as wind chimes, a feather, incenses, to name a few.

We know Fire can be represented by a lit candle, campfire, hot peppers and other things also.

We know Water can be represented by a bowl of water, seashells, fishing lures, sea salt to name a few.

We know Earth can be represented by stones, wood, table salt plus a few other things.

We know Spirit can be represented by an angel statue or picture, but more importantly by what it can be represented by to you personally.

HERE ARE THE TRIVIA QUESTIONS:

ANswer hints – Consider the planet we live upon and that big yellow ball in the sky and what falls from the sky to answer these trivia questions.

1. What is the main source for Fire?

2. What is the main source of Air?

3. What is the main source of Earth?

4. What are the main sources of Water?

5. What to you is the main source of Spirit?

 

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