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  • oldwinterCancer is such a tough one because as soon as you find out, the grieving process starts. I won't tell people what they need to do to get through it because nothing will change how it all happens but what I WILL say is regardless of how things pan out... There is no expiry date for grief. No need to justify if things are hurting. Just feel them. Prayers and positive thoughts to you xx
  • Agree. It’s important to take things as they are and understand that you and another person are going through a big lesson, which is necessary for you both. And you both will get a unique experience that will help you in this/or afterlife. It’s hard to see a person you love in pain and suffering, but please always remember it is the way we purify and perceive things that were out of reach before. Feel what you feel and don’t be ashamed of it, but at least once try to turn your emotions off and think about it as a circle of life where everything is connected, nobody leaves us forever and death is just another phase that leads to something beautiful but yet unknown.

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  • AnonymousTo the anon - I lost my dad to multiple myeloma cancer three weeks ago. The spell you're looking for is one to bring calm and peace. Fighting cancer is taxing and exhausting, it's stressful and hard. You'll want one to make her feel happier and give her hope. I wish you only the best, and I pray that your mother can do what my dad wasn't able to. Sending love, and I wish her all the strength in the world during her recovery.
  • Thanks so much! From me and from anon for sure. I hope she/he will email me and I’ll do my best to help.

    I am very sorry for your dad. I know what it feels like, I’ve lost mine from cancer too, but years ago. Stay strong, dear, I love you.

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  • thewitchesofmisspelledPlease check out our witchy web series and share with your community!
  • With pleasure :) 

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  • AnonymousSo my mom is very sick. She has pretty serious cancer & with chemo she has a 40% chance of it working. Without chemo she has 2 years. I know there's no spell to cure cancer but I was wondering if there is any spell at all to help her. Ease her pain? guide her? Give her a better chance? Anything?
  • Hello! Dear, please contact me here - eva.lagren@gmail.com, I’ll try to help you.

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  • compliments-peopleYou're awesome and an amazing person!
  • Guys, look, it’s a tumblr page that goes around and sends compliments :)

    Isn’t it beautiful? Thank you!

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  • trunquilityWhat do you recommend Wiccans can stock up for winter time? Like herbs and such?
  • Well-timed question everybody!

    Herbs - marjoram, calendula, bearberry leaves, cowberry leaves (in october-november), cowberry and rowan

    Lots of roots:

    Angelica: Collect the root in the autumn of its first year.

    Barberry: Collect roots by November.

    Bayberry: Collect root, remove and dry root bark. 

    Beth Root: Harvest root and roostalk in early autumn. 

    Bistort: Collect root and rootstalk in autumn. 

    Black Cohosh: Dig up root and rootstalk in autumn after the fruits have ripened. 

    Black Haw: Collect the bark from the roots in the autumn. 

    Black Root: Unearth the root in the autumn and store for a year before use. 

    Blood Root: Harvest the rootstalk in the autumn when the leaves have dried. 

    Blue Cohosh: Collect the roots and rootstalks in the autumn. 

    Blue Flag: Dig up the rootstalk in the fall. 

    Burdock: Harvest the roots and rootstalks between September and October. 

    Calamus: Collect the rootstalk between September and October. 

    Carline Thistle: Unearth the root in the autumn. 

    Comfrey: harvest the roots in fall when allantoin levels are highest. 

    Couchgrass: Harvest the rootstalk in early autumn. 

    Cranesbill: Collect rootstalk between September and October. 

    Elecampane: Dig up the rootstalk between September and October. 

    False Unicorn Root: Collect the root and rootstalk in autumn. 

    Fringetree: Harvest the root and peel the bark in the fall. 

    Garlic: Unearth the bulb in September when the leaves begin to die. 

    Gentian: Root and rootstalk should be dug up in autumn. 

    Ginger: Dig up roostalk in fall after leaves have dried. 

    Ginseng: Harvest root in the fall. 

    Golden Seal: Root and rootstalk from three-year-old plants should be harvested in fall. 

    Gravel Root: Root and rootstalk should be harvested in autumn once plant has stopped flowering. 

    Greater Celandine: Unearth root in autumn. 

    Hydrangea: Harvest roots in fall. 

    Liquorice: Collect roots in late autumn. 

    Marshmallow: Dig up root in late autumn. 

    Mountain Grape: Collect root and rootstalk in autumn. 

    Parsley: Collect the root in the fall from two-year-old plants. 

    Poke Root: Harvest root in late autumn. 

    Senega (Snake Root): Collect roots and rootbark in September and October. 

    Skunk Cabbage: Unearth root and rootstalk in fall. 

    Soapwort: Harvest between September and October. 

    Stone Root: Dig up the root and rootstalk in the fall. 

    Tormentil: Collect the rootstalk in the autumn. 

    Valerian: Unearth the roots in late autumn. 

    Virginia Snakeroot: Collect the underground parts in the fall. 

    Wahoo: Harvest the root and strip bark in fall. 

    Wild Indigo: Unearth the root in fall after end of flowering. 

    Yellow Dock: Collect the roots between August and October.

    And of course mushrooms and bark (aspen, birch, red cedar, willow)

    I hope all of you know how to do it right and harmless for trees and plants :) 

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  • haexanvictorsonare you interested in Hæxan as well?
  • Hello! Oh, I am. I can’t say I know a lot about it, but all that I could find was really close to my ideology. As I’ve heard Hæxan hold on to an oral tradition not a written one, thats why there’s so little about it in the internet for example. I couldn’t find any Hæxan person in the real life either. 

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  • AnonymousAre YouTube videos a good way to learn rituals and spells and such?
  • Hello! Sure, also for many people watching the process is easier to understand that reading about it.

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  • iwonderandiwanderHello there! I'm interested in learning and studying Wicca, but as I live with a very Christian family, it's hard to get resources like books and such. Do you know any good online sources that could help me out? Thanks, and blessed be :)
  • Hello! Sure dear. The main site is www.wicca.com, but it’s down for some reason at the moment. 
    Also you may read about it here (lots of useful links there too): http://paganwiccan.about.com/od/wiccaandpaganismbasics/p/Wiccan_Basics.htm
    http://www.wicca-spirituality.com/
    http://www.witchway.net/

    But remember that you need basics, just to know how things work, you don’t have to worship God and Goddess if you don’t want to, to celebrate holidays or follow the rituals. Feel free to make your own if you feel like that :) 
    Blessed be!

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  • Anonymousdo you have an Instagram? if so what's your username?
  • Hello, here it is - http://instagram.com/meorzo
    Though it’s on Russian mostly :)

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  • AnonymousWhat do you think about people who kill themselves?
  • Hello! This might sound strange, but I don’t have an opinion. I don’t feel like I have a right to judge. It’s an important decision - to leave this world and all the people here. This person can be motivated by plenty of reasons and usually we know none. It’s obvious for me that our world and realm is not the only existing and this person goes somewhere - but I have no idea where, yet. Will it be the better place..? Or worse? Who knows. Anyways, to this person I can only say “have a nice trip” with no sarcasm. 

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