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  • Rochester, NY
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Nick Foos liked Anna's discussion Silent Auction Now Open
Mar 9, 2017
Nick Foos posted a status
"So, the ONLY thing I don't like about the WSI classes is the time it takes to be able to take a test. Usually 7-14 days. Why not 1-2 days?"
Feb 26, 2014
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WS Class: Tarot 101 (Study Group)

This is a study group for participants in the WitchSchool Class "Tarot 101". Participants can use this group to discuss course-related subject matter as they progress through the class lessons.See More
Feb 24, 2014
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"aaaaand we're back"
Feb 23, 2014
Nick Foos replied to DragonStar's discussion Book Of Shadows BOS sofware coming! in the group Book of Shadows Club
"This is so exciting! I just popped into this group to see if anyone had any ideas for BOS software. I'd love to beta test for you!"
Feb 3, 2013
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"Dear Witch School: I love your ebay store. HARD."
Jan 5, 2012
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Dec 19, 2011
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Dec 19, 2011
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"I'm listening to pagan tonight radio right now. I'm not loving the animal sacrifice discussion."
Dec 19, 2011
Nick Foos joined The Daily Spell's group
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Book of Shadows Club

This club will be sharing Book of Shadow Pages and Art, as well as discuss different styles of Book of Shadows. We will be adding public domain pages, creative common pages, as well as people adding materials, sharing with us.See More
Oct 8, 2011
Nick Foos replied to Sinister Ang's discussion Herbs for Depression? in the group Herbalism Club
"St. john's wort is the classic. I take it in capsules, and it does wonders. You might also want to try rose (rose water, tea, oil, etc). If you're into aromatherapy, citrus helps like crazy. Oranges, limes, especially grapefruit. Squeeze…"
Sep 2, 2010
Nick Foos commented on The Daily Spell's group Herbalism Club
"Being an ex-smoker as well, I don't think that this has anything to do with the smoking. It's probably just heat rash. Lots of soothing herbs, like chamomile (internal and external), and make sure to stay hydrated. On another note, I…"
Jul 27, 2010
Nick Foos commented on Nick Foos's blog post Artifice
"Thanks for commenting, Megan! I'm 22 as well, and I completely agree with you. I love stuff, too. It's weird doing a ritual without a full-sized wand (right now I have a mini-wand), but it can be done, which is my point. "What is the…"
Jul 14, 2010
Megan L Conklin commented on Nick Foos's blog post Artifice
"I think what you are seeing is that wiccans and witches... well we just LOVE our "stuff"... I can do ritual naked in a padded cell if I had to... but I don't. I have an altar and more "stuff" than anyone should ever need to…"
Jul 14, 2010
Nick Foos posted a blog post

Artifice

I first became interested in witchcraft when I was about 13, mainly because of the prospect of doing magic, and secondly because of how COOL the practice was. Candles, incense, knives, elaborate chants and invocations of multiple gods- it sounded pretty awesome.Over time, however, the true aspect of the religion became clear to me. It became clear that Wicca is a religion that embraces magic, and that spellwork, tools, different names for deity-- all the things that popularly represent Wicca…See More
Jul 14, 2010

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Artifice

Posted on July 14, 2010 at 4:25am 2 Comments

I first became interested in witchcraft when I was about 13, mainly because of the prospect of doing magic, and secondly because of how COOL the practice was. Candles, incense, knives, elaborate chants and invocations of multiple gods- it sounded pretty awesome.


Over time, however, the true aspect of the religion became clear to me. It became clear that Wicca is a religion that embraces magic, and that spellwork, tools, different names for deity-- all the things that…
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At 10:13am on January 15, 2012, Miakoda said…



 

At 8:29pm on July 17, 2010, Luke Ironside said…
I too love the freedom in Paganism - and I love that the community is so accepting of individual's beliefs. What makes me Pagan really is my self-identification with it - and I am proud to be Pagan :)
I hope to one day become Clergy within the Correllian Tradition (who work closely with Witch School), though I still have much to learn. I am still very new to this technically, especially compared to someone who has been Pagan for over ten years!
At 4:29am on July 17, 2010, Luke Ironside said…
Only about a year myself, though I have always been Pagan at heart :)

I have always felt an attraction to the Old Ways and to Celtic gods and goddesses - which was mainly what brought me to Neo-Paganism. I've always had an obsession with ancient Celtic religion, though I had always thought that Pagans didn't exist anymore.
At 6:46pm on July 16, 2010, Luke Ironside said…
That's what I was originally expecting it to be like also, though I am still enjoying it. I'm hoping to take the First Degree course following completion of LWL, it looks resonably good.

If you don't mind my asking, how long have you been Pagan?
At 3:26am on July 16, 2010, Luke Ironside said…
I'm very good thank you.

Thank you for replying to my discussion on Living the Wiccan Life! Are you taking the course?
At 8:08pm on July 15, 2010, Luke Ironside said…
Greetings!

How are you?

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