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I am a beginer in magic my grandmother was a witch, where do I start?

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My grandmother told me she was a witch 3 weeks ago proved it and recently she passed away she didnt tell me anything about the art but said she want me to be a witch and i need help!!!

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you are gullible

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riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight...

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Holy shit, your grandmas something fictional? then again, shes under the ground so...

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study ur harry potter books!

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Believing in this is like believing in the Easter bunny.

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There is a vanishing spell you can actually type into your computer.
Simply press: "ALT" "F4"

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You are not going to get any serious answers on here, sorry dear.
And DARN IT, now I have to try the Alt F4 thing....

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Hello!
Unfortunately, many people aren't open to he idea of witches (perhaps she would've preferred wiccan, a less barbaric term, if she was very related to the earth in most or all that she did?) Because of this, the internet probably won't be of much help to you; that is the kind of thing that you need to find someone in real life that you can trust; this is a serious thing, and could involve traveling around the world to see the right people if you are serious. Perhaps your grandmother kept a diary? Good luck, and never stop believing.

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Sorry, but nobody intelligent has believed in witches for years and years. No spells have ever been cast that do something obvious; it's always 'I influence my health' or 'I get good luck with relationships' or something else that's stupid and can't be disproved. If you can lift a book with your magic, I'll believe you. Until then, shut up.

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Go to your library or bookstore and look at the books in the occult section. Some are better than others. Some are awful. Read a lot of them and after a while you will get a clue as to which books are better, though I will give you a list of some good ones.
You should also look at different magickal traditions and get a sense of what you gravitate toward. There's Wicca, Voodoo, Thelema, Chaos Magick, and others. Most of these are religions that have a magickal aspect to them. If you only want spellcasting without the religion you can do that too. Also, there are Wiccans that don't cast spells. So it gets complicated, when you meet someone, you can't assume what they do.
Start off slowly with meditation exercises before you do spellwork. Magick is all about controlling your own mind. You have to be able to do that first.
Also be clear about your morals and always add "Harm be to none" when you cast spells. Spells can backfire and do unintended harm.
Here's some books for you:
“Meditation for Beginners” by Jack Kornfield
"The One Year Manual" by Israel Regardie
"Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft" by Raymond Buckland
"Modern Magick: Eleven Lessons in the High Magickal Arts" by Donald Kraig
"Postmodern Magic: The Art of Magic in the Information Age" by Patrick Dunn
“The Spiral Dance” by Starhawk
“Dreaming the Dark” by Starhawk

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How'd she prove it? Just curious.

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Fallow Tamara advice, if you're really serious about witchcraft.
Be careful, you can open the wrong doors, you need to read a lot to decide if you wanna keep going.
Good Luck!

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wwooooww
your that gullible

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all these people are so ignorant, just because you can't explain it, doesn't mean it doesn't exist. besides, science is coming close to explaining all this "paranormal" stuff with quantum physics, its all fascinating. Anyway, to get to your question, spend time in nature - alone. take time to reflect and get in touch with the elements, this helped me a lot. i don't practice anymore because, well, spells do work. Be careful. good luck!

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