Hello everyone I’m Tasha nice to meet everyone
Hi Tasha welcome to the forum!
Hi Tasha welcome to the family. Tell us a little about yourself. What types of magic interest you most, how long you’ve been on the path… that kind of stuff
Merry meet Tasha @Tazz,
I’m Bry, one of the moderators in the forum and an Eclectic Witch- wishing you a very warm welcome!
Have you been finding everything you’re looking for? If there are any magickal topics or areas that you are researching, feel free to give a shout! Your coven is a friendly one- we are always happy to share resources, spells, and try to help each other out with questions. Make yourself at home here!
Hope to talk with you more soon- Blessed be!
Well haven’t been practicing long but very very interested alway was a fan very willing to learn and excited to what i can do!!
Hi @Tazz! I’m Amethyst from Southern West Virginia. Welcome to the forum!
What kind of magic are you interested in? I like candle magic and chants. If you’re not sure yet that’s okay, the Courses will give you all you need to get started and then you can pick a favorite and research it.
If you have any questions, ask and someone will be there to help you. I look forward to getting to know you!
Okay yeah i will ask if i need anything i look forward to trying out everything to see what suits me
Hello Tasha nice to meet you, welcome to the forum.
@Tazz live the name choice
Thanks everyone for the welcome so i have a question it maybe silly but I’m new to this buy and altar or make an altar?
No silly questions and it is usually said that making your own tools is best because your personal energy goes into as you’re making it, but if making is stressful or just doesn’t feel like you it rather defeats the purpose.
As with most things, if it feels right to you then it’s the right way
Hey Tasha, no question is silly. I agree with @Nixi and say make your own altar.
Oh okay that will be a nice project
Welcome to Spells, others will speak more elegantly than I but I can offer the
steps I took in learning this site.
This is my 7 part beginner plan (There’s so much more, but this is a good start.)
1 st the search is where you can find almost anything you’re looking for.
2 nd Don’t shy away from the Q&A section, it often answers questions before you think of them.
3 rd Start your courses, they are very instructive and often entertaining. You can have video lessons as well as written ones.
4 th At the top of this page there are 5 boxes, each is informative and helpful.
5 th O.K. RELAX! It may seem overwhelming, and it can be, but one of the lessons you’ll learn is meditation…oh so helpful!
6th Please visit us on FORUM, we not only love questions but to get to know each other, well, with kindness and respect.
7th Here’s the fun part, sit back, and get a cup of something warm to drink. Put your feet up and join us in learning the practice of Magick. Plus you can make some amazing friends.
Blessed be my new friend.
@Garnet I love you. You always say the best sh*t!
This isn’t the first one of your posts that I have wanted to print out and put in my book or hang on my wall
Hello and welcome home @Tazz
It’s nice to meet you, Tasha, I’m Marsha, an Eclectic Solitary Witch, from Colorado. There is a lot of great information here, so if you need any guidance, or have any questions, let us know. Welcome to the family
With love and magick always
I agree with Nixi and Heav3n- the only silly question is the question that goes unasked! You’re always welcome to call on the collective wisdom of the coven
And you have a third vote from me for making your own altar! It’s a wonderful way to reflect your own personal practice and your believes. Don’t worry if it seems simple or small at first- as you grow and develop your practice, your altar will grow and thrive along with you. Make it your own and enjoy it!
If you want some altar inspiration to help you get started, you can browse through altar pictures shared by the coven here: All Altars! Feel Free to Share Yours With the Coven
Good luck and blessed be!
Welcome to the forum @Tazz
My name is Megan and I’m one of the moderators here at Spells8 It’s nice to meet you!
An altar can be whatever surface you see fit. Tops of dressers, different shelves, desks, and even a counter in your kitchen. It’s up to you – don’t feel like you need to run out and buy something when you’ve got what you need right in front of you!
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