reply to post by missa_wiccan_chick
Hello there missa_wiccan_chick (cute name by the way),
I'd like to begin by stating that what I am about to say is not meant to be personally offensive to you in any way ... unfortunately, if you are the
person I think you are, then that's probably going to be inevitable.
As a wytch to a wytchling ... can I ask how old you are now and how long you've been 'practising' ?
The reason I ask is because you mention receiving a new board for your 16th birthday ... and that your old one was 'beaten to hell' (very apt),
because you'd had it for years.
What were you about 8yrs old when you got your first board ????
You put yourself up as a bit of an authority and offer your services as an adviser (why wouldn't you ... after all you inform us that you've been
studying demonology for some years)!
But then continue with some of your advise by using phrases like ...
'As far as I know'
Now, if I was having a bit of a demon/possession problem I'm pretty certain I'd be wanting my 'expert advise' to come with a damn sight more
certainty and conviction than that.
The other thing that drew my attention was your reply to the question ...
'How did you get to be such an expert'?
Your reply ...
'Books my friend ... lot's and lot's of books'.
Well, that's an admirable pass-time ... and we can all learn a great deal from books. However, that doesn't really give anyone 'expert status' for
example, if I needed emergency surgery ... I would demand the services of a surgeon who'd done a little more than read that excellent volume entitled
'How To Perform Emergency Surgery' by Dr M Y. De'Ath
Do you see the point I'm making ?
Your signature is very true ... I'm just wondering if you've actually read and understood the words at all.
My advise is ... don't try to run before you can walk ... because this stuff can get out of control and be made a lot worse by someone who thinks
they have all the answers. Might I suggest that you put your copy of the film 'The Craft' at the back of the cupboard with your board ... and focus
on the reality of being a wytch ... trust me the real thing is far more exciting.