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I want to become a wicca but everbody said that I'm a normal person without any

  1. profile image52
    twinageposted 7 years ago

    I want to become a wicca but everbody  said that I'm a normal person without any ESP.

    But I still want to become a wicca! It is my dream. I want to help everyone by becoming a wicca. I want become an expert in reading crysal ball and tarot cards. But everybody said I don't have any ESP so I can't become a wicca. Can you help me what must a believe? Can I become a wicca or just a normal person with a normal life? Please answer me quickly, Arabella. I need you answer as fast as you can.

    ps: If I become a wicca, will Jesus hate me for becoming something like witch?
         And I can't become a catholic again if I'm become a wicca? Are wicca same
         as a child of Satan?

  2. MickS profile image71
    MickSposted 7 years ago

    You are asking too many questions at once.
    So, you're normal, without any ESP, etc, so are all Wiccans.
    Peering into a crystal ball, or a dark bowl of water, focuses the mind, nothing else; oh, and forget all the nonsense of collecting it at midnight during the dark of the moon, intent is what is important.
    You don't read the Tarot, you learn from it, the Tarot is wisdom, not prediction.
    Satan is a part of Judaic based religions, it has nothing to do with northern and western European Old Ways, except for application to those ways by religious leaders grasping for power.
    If a god cannot forgive, it is subject to emotion and therefore, imperfect.
    If you wish to follow the Old Ways, go ahead and do it, you do not need to be part of a coven or group, solitary is fine, you don't need things from exotic places and if something calls for a gold candlestick, paint a wooden one gold, although even that doesn't matter.  It is worth remembering two things:
    a)  paraphernalia, chants and spells are only for focusing the mind, they have no other power.
    b)  and harm none.

  3. AdeleCosgroveBray profile image93
    AdeleCosgroveBrayposted 7 years ago

    In addition to MickS's answer, I would like to point out that Wicca is only one form of witchcraft - there are many other forms, and I very politely suggest you read widely and study the subject rather than jump to conclusions based on poor information, or on the beliefs of people who clearly know no more about the subject than yourself.

  4. ThriftyWitch profile image58
    ThriftyWitchposted 7 years ago

    What does having ESP have to do with anything most wiccan's and pagans don't have this ability.  The majority of us are all pretty normal unless we were born with these gifts.  When we choose to follow this path as we get into a deeper understanding of what the path is all about we open up our mind and learn deeper aspects about ourselves through that process we find that we may possess certain abilities such as being clairvoyant, being able to channel, developing psychic abilities, being able to communicate with crystals or earth base energy, or being able to communicate with the dead.  Some of us are born with these abilities and some of us have to develop these abilities.  There's nothing that says that you can not be a witch and not be able to have any ability.  you can be just as much a witch as a Christian can be a Christian.  If anybody else tells you differently they're wrong

 
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