Dec 222013
 

Question by Kyneestgjxdbfdd: Wiccans, what exactly is your religion, what are your beliefs?
Im just curious.

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Answer by Elliot
There are various different denominations within Wicca, which are referred to as traditions. Some, such as Gardnerian and Alexandrian Wicca, follow in the initiatory lineage of Gardner; these are often collectively termed British Traditional Wicca, and many of their practitioners consider the term Wicca to apply only to these lineaged traditions. Others, such as Cochrane’s Craft, Feri and the Dianic tradition, take primary influence from other figures and may not insist on any initiatory lineage. Some of these do not use the word “Wicca” at all, instead preferring to be referred to only as “Witchcraft,” while others believe that all traditions can be considered “Wiccan.”

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Apr 192013
 

Question by : What do you believe “ghosts” are exactly, have you had any experiences?

Sounds like I hit a nerve. lol By the way, I’m not a teenager.
Sounds like I hit a nerve. lol By the way, I’m not a teenager.
Sounds like I hit a nerve. lol By the way, I’m not a teenager.
I like the idea of residual energy, tres scientific, generally I go with that explanation. Though, i do believe in the spiritual realm. Though the initial explanation ( on residual energy) can most definately coincide with the latter.(;
I like the idea of residual energy, tres scientific, generally I go with that explanation. Though, i do believe in the spiritual realm. Though the initial explanation ( on residual energy) can most definately coincide with the latter.(;

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Answer by Jake
I believe they’re for ignorant superstitious people or people who want supernatural phenomena to exist, so they try to believe it (most teenagers).

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Feb 202013
 

Question by Tom: What exactly is supposed to happen on May 21st?
I thought everyone was saying doomsday was coming on Dec. 21, 2012. That at least left a little more time to have some fun. Now, if it’s only a couple of months away what should we do?

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Answer by Raina J
Laugh come May 22nd.

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Dec 172012
 

Question by DarknessLiesWithin: Are there any books or websites that tell exactly what the Wicca religion is?
I’d like an answer from a real Wiccan, or someone who doesn’t have anything against Wicca. Thank you.

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Answer by Kacy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cmd64f9C21s

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Jul 082012
 

Question by Taleweaver: Long! How exactly do I handle this? My story VS Harry Potter?
I’ve been writing a story set in a institute for slayers of supernatural beings (run by a shady organization). It’s in a walled fortress, so there’s a town inside and — at the very middle — the fotress itself, which has tonnes of towers and walkways cut into the walls. There are also magic portals and locks with eyes.

It used to be owned by a wizard, who was a massive problem for the slayers until they managed to kill him. Since he did all sorts of horrible experiments the graveyard is full of tortured souls and there are twisted creatures in the tunnels and dungeons underneath the fortress. Lots of it is also unexplored because he set up all sorts of traps and curses to kill anyone who broke in. But the slayers use it, because its concealed from regular people*. The pupils are just told to stick to the paths that have already been mapped out.

My problem is Hogwarts. I definitely, definitely am not copying Hogwarts, as I have no attachment to HP whatsoever. My reasons for having a old fashioned, grim setting are of D. Gray Man and Soul Eater — anyone who’s read/watched them will understand. They’re what inspired my writing (I actually began writing because I can’t draw). I like things that are grim and dangerous, and I love it when anything can go wrong at any time. Here I have monsters, undead and tonnes of locations, and its the natural setting for my story. I’ve been layering on magic and mystery to make it more interesting, since (in my story) pretty much everything exists.

Still, I don’t want people thinking its derivative of Harry Potter, which did the dark-building setting first. Normally it wouldn’t bother me, but Harry Potter is popular, and by the time I finish this book the second Harry Potter hype-wave will be beginning (because of the movies).

So… should I just write the story I want to write, and not give a damn about what people might think? Or should I care?

PS: Note that my storyline isn’t about a boy destined to kill some evil villain. Also they live houses in the town, and only go into the fortress for their lessons, kind of like Shibusen from Soul Eater. The fortress is more like a uni campus, not a boarding school, with rooms converted to lecture halls as well as smaller classrooms.

PSS: I’m asking this question since most of you ar Harry Potter fans, I’d like to see what you guys think.

*It’s set in London, in a pocket of space isolated from the rest of the world. It’s all old-fashioned because its been isolated for centuries. But the fortress has been updated by the slayers and has electrical plugs, toilets and lights.

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Answer by Secret Passion
write it
it doesn’t sound anything like HP so it shouldn’t matter
i like the idea of this so you should definitely write it =)
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Dec 232011
 

Question by Sam: What is a binding spell exactly and does it work?
I did one over the weekend I started having these real intense emotions towards this man. I have not felt so attracted to him in 2 months. Does this mean the spell is working and most important, will he have the same feelings or not?

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Answer by illuminate
wowow u need to stayy away from that it doesnt work but it messes with your brain caus you think its workin……Im tellin you yourr soo going to regret for doin that

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Nov 202011
 

Question by 0dd1: When exactly in the Middle Ages did alchemy emerge?
All I know is that around the 12th and 13th centuries alchemy emerged in Europe as a pseudo-science. Can anyone give me a more specific point when alchemy became popular?

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Answer by commanderabel
It’s almost impossible to pinpoint something like the origin of alchemy. Its roots certainly reach back as far as Rome and perhaps further into the East, particularly Persia. I would say you have the date correct for the modern form of alchemy, which is the search for the Philosopher’s Stone (and not a way to turn lead into gold.)

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Nov 102011
 

Question by {{Cosmic Magnet}}: What exactly is mysticism about?
I don’t want a definition C & P from some website, I’d just like a brief description from someone who is knowledgeable about some core values and practices of mysticism.

This isn’t for school or anything… I’m just interested but I’m having a hard time finding some good information about it.

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Answer by Homicide_PAID_DUES
Mysticism by Evelyn Underhill

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Oct 162011
 

Question by Jaydens dads dominatrix: What exactly is gnosticism, and why is it deemed to be a “heresy” by much of Christendom?

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Answer by CJ
The Book 1 John in the Bible exposes “gnosticism” as being satanism.

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Oct 012011
 

Question by sunshine: How exactly does the magic eraser work?
This thing really is like magic.

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Answer by CAKW
Here is one explanation………..

MR. CLEAN MAGIC ERASER is made by using a variety of chemicals. It contains several kinds of alcohols, glycerine, fatty acids, methyl esters, serfose and tertiary amines. WOW! THAT’S A MOUTHFUL. What the heck did I just day?

The tertiary amines (ammonium salts), Sefose (fatty acids, iodine and peroxide), Methyl Esters (bromo carboxific acids) fatty acids, glycerine and alcohols are blended with just the right proportions to create a cleaning solution that doesn’t require much moisture, but holds together long enough to produce thorough and complete cleaning AND slowly disintegrates without leaving a mess.

It is from the following website………….

http://www.epinions.com/content_131343748740

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