So, guys, i think my house is occupied by spirits, and im pretty sure that at least one is malicious. Like. The energy i get coming from this thing literally keeps me up at night with pure anxiety, and since im not really experienced in this area of witchcraft, i have no idea how to help these spirits get out, or make them leave. I was wondering if someone could put me in contact with a spirit worker??
Seriously tho im really scared, and its defiantly not helping since we just started school, and all i want is information on how to deal with this situation.
Being a Wiccan or Witch is generally not something you are born as or just wake up one morning and decide to become. More often than not, you come across it by accident unless you were raised that way. Many find the philosophies of how Wicca and Witchcraft view nature are the same as the one’s they currently hold. They just didn’t know there was a specific belief system that shared the same views.
Asks sent to my main, answered here. Theme - how would I do at EU?
geekshallinherit said: hey are
you sam? i can’t give you my name, but i need help. specifically advice. the
word is, if one needs help navigating the trickiest of situations life at eu
has to offer, they should come to you. people say you know things. i’m sure the
significance of that word, “help,” isn’t lost on you, and anyway i didn’t
come empty-handed, so i hope you’ll hear me out. i have a problem with a name. before
i came here, i had never had much of a family. i won’t go into detail, but i
was in foster care. now i don’t keep in contact with anyone i knew before i was
emancipated. when i got into eu, i changed my name, like people do here. i
followed all the rules and found a tight-knit group of friends. we stick
together when our school or personal lives get tough. we even banded together
to rescue our friend when she was taken. (she was one of three last year, so
you can’t use this to id me) my point is we’re close. here’s my problem:
everyone here - human, gentry, otherwise - knows the name the people i love
most call me by. my new name has become my true name. my friends know that they
know, but others? a chill goes up my spine every time teachers, less-close
friends, and campus staff call me by my name. i don’t think it’s legible on my
face, but people here have become good at seeing without showing what they’ve
seen. this school just has that effect. i can’t just get a new nickname,
because as soon as i tell people to call me something different, they’ll know
something’s up. basically, i’m stuck just letting the gentry call me by my
truest name and hoping they don’t figure it out. my friends and i have talked
deep into the night about this and none of us knows what to do. that’s why i’m
here. i said i didn’t come empty-handed, and i meant it; this teddy bear is the
last token i have of my life in the system. his name is taco. he’s brown and
ratty and i don’t remember who gave him to me besides the fact that, like
everything, it wasn’t my birth parents, but he’s well-loved. i hope this will
be sufficient for you to help someone who cannot even tell you their false
name. you don’t have to answer right now; you can find me on the quiet floor of
the library pretty late into the night most nights. but if it pleases you, i
don’t have long to wait. and sam? i would really appreciate your help.
Help freely given,
because I have a lot of small kindnesses to pay forward, and I Owe – your best
bet is to change schools, my guy. In a
place where reality is less shaky, your true name is just a name, and even
someone saying it with intent wouldn’t be able to compel you against your will.
If you’re hellbent on
staying at Elsewhere, you’ve got two options. The first is to carry on and keep
hoping no one realizes what a precious thing you’ve handed them. The second, if
you think you can do so with subtlety, is to try to change your nickname
anyway. I know you’re worried it would broadcast the importance of the old
nickname, but it’s not actually rare for people to realize that maybe they
don’t want to go by, say, Deeznuts for four years straight. It’s a nickname and
it gets old. If you’re careful about it, you might be able to shift to a new
name without anyone catching on.
If things go really,
really badly, remember that your true name is not just a weapon to be used
against you. If your loved ones know it, it can bring you home.
(and to answer the ask i didn’t include - i go by she/her, thank you for asking!)