Am I too young to get involved with Witchcraft?

I do believe in witch craft but I feel I am to young to start.

I am only in junior high and I want to know if I should stop

I know I have a connection to Magick, and I m not sure what to do.

My mother had gotten hurt and was bleeding i had done a spell and she stopped bleeding instantly .that was my first spell.

Also, I have practiced my physic abilities and after a few days I could see some peoples auras. My friend had a dark red area and I m sensing some problems that he is not telling anyone. What does having a dark red aura mean? I would greatly appreciate your advice.

Blessings to you and your loved ones,


Merry Meet Myra!

This is an extremely difficult issue for me to deal with, but I will do my best!

You see, when one is as young as you, there are a lot of things to consider. Your parents are your guardians, and it is important for you to follow their rules (in most cases). If they support you in your beliefs in Witchcraft and Magick, by all means, read, read, read and practice. It sounds like you have a very easy and natural connection to Magick energy, and it would be a shame for you to not develop it further at some point in your life.

On the other hand

If you parents are against you in your beliefs (and many parents can be intolerant in this area it s too bad, but it s a fact of life) it is important for you not to rebel too much and create a lot of problems.

But you should never stop believing what you choose to believe in and if that means practicing in private from time to time, then so be it.

I have to admit, it is tough for me to handle this question, and I feel as though I am dancing around it a bit. But it s true at your young age it is important to listen to your parents for the most part. And if you want to pursue Magick, even against their will, that is your choice to make but please be careful. Approach Magick with care, and make sure your heart is in a happy place when you practice. Never (especially at your age) do Magick if you are angry or want to strike out.

Just some things to keep in mind my child.

As for auras, they can say a lot about people and they show themselves in so many different ways. In fact, at first look it appears as though some people have no aura at all of course everybody does have an aura, and sometimes you need to open yourself up to it a little more to see it. Hmmm I sense a full newsletter issue on this topic in the future!

Anyway, you are right Myra. If your friends aura is a deep red, it does indicate that there is some turmoil, anger, uncertainty, etc. in him/her. Everyone has a base aura, but they can change with moods. You should maybe try to gently ask a few questions and see if he/she is willing to open up and talk sometimes that s all it takes.

Rose Ariadne: Providing “Magickal” answers to your Pagan, Wiccan, Witchcraft spell casting questions since 2006.

One Response to “Am I too young to get involved with Witchcraft?”

  1. MaidenElf says:

    I think it’s true that as a young person you do need to follow your parents’ rules for the most part. I also think it’s great that you want to learn and study…and so I suggest studying not only Witchcraft & Wicca but lots of other religions and spiritual paths as well. This time of your life is for exploring and developing your identity…and you have plenty of time to decide on the “one” way you want to go. Enjoy this time. And blessings to you!

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