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Author Topic: You Mean That's Not Normal?  (Read 10562 times)
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« Reply #1: August 20, 2008, 01:40:44 pm »

Since I didn't get even the slightest nibble, I will go ahead and answer my own post in hopes of breathing life into it....

I grew up making use of para-normal senses/abilities. I used pre-cognition, empathy, contact with the spirit world, and a host of other things. Whenever I would mention this, or try to talk about it to people, they wouldn't know what I was talking out, or would think I was making things up, or they tried to explain it all away. I didn't understand why they didn't understand. Sometimes of course I would just downright freak people out, then I started to know, okay this isn't normal.

When I was about nine years old I read a book about a little witch girl who's mother cast a circle and started teaching her about magic. I identified with the little girl in the story and wished I had someone who understood and could teach me. I think it was then that I started thinking of myself as a witch.

I stopped talking to people about it because it usually got me nowhere. Later on, I kept it to myself, because some of the things I knew or experienced were hard even for me to accept. I didn't want others to worry about what might be coming up in their lives.

I suppose all that played a big part in why I became a solitary practitioner.

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