Black Witch

 

I am a Black Witch. Both words “Black” and “Witch” have been so misrepresented that even most neo-pagans don’t know the word’s sacred meanings. The psycholinguistic propaganda has so twisted the word "witch" that it is now very hard to define. From hateful Christen to Hollywood and including neo-pagans today it becomes harder.

 I have gone back to the word as it was before everyone started taking it apart and bending it to fit their agenda. I looked up the word “witch”. I discovered that in Old English [449-1066AD] shows witches as being honored as the keepers of the flame. ( source: Dictionary of Word Origins by John Ayto. Wick[OE] wick ‘burning fibre in a candle…Wicked Wicked and witch are closely related . Wicked is an extension, using the suffix-ed….Old English wicca ‘wizard’ whose feminine form is the ancestor of modern witch.) 

  I was very lucky to drown when I was 12years old. I had the usual experience the until I came to the Sun were I literally said to **** with you and went THROUGH the Sun into the vast blackness. There I found My Holy Mother and She Embraced me but made me come back because I had many lessons to learn. 

  I don’t have much time left and I feel a need to share a few of the wonderful experiences that I have had as a Black Witch. If you are at all interested read    http://www.experienceproject.com/uw.php?e=443845  It is the true story of my greatest experience as a Black Witch. It is the story of our next major step in evolution! What could be more interesting?…DD            

Dewduster Dewduster
66-70, M
7 Responses Feb 18, 2009

Darn. I feel good too...DD

PuzzleGuy713, I enjoy the ambiance created by black and/or red candles. Ambiance helps create a fr<x>ame of mind that aids meditation. Candles are nice if you ever want to feel a romantic evening. Of course rough sex in a stairwell is fun too. <br />
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I don’t channel, I become. Do you believe in energy? Especially negative energy as it is hard to see. Do you believe in feelings? Do you believe in dreams? <br />
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Did you read my post? Wiccan is about a sacred religion not some BS Hollywood drama. <br />
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The worship of our Goddess is about embracing the female side of our Creator. <br />
The right hand/male side of God is represented by the light. The left hand/female side of God is represented by darkness. Contrary to all that Christian dogma has told you, the dark side is love…DD

great detials on the subject i am also of the true darkness no very many people know about the true of the darkness but they will before you know it i promise that. arche bla de em

my cousin is into wiccan

“The psycholinguistic propaganda has so twisted the word "witch" that it is now very hard to define. From hateful Christians to Hollywood and including neo-pagans today it becomes harder.”<br />
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What is not to understand? What I have clearly stated is that the word “Witch” has been so bent that it is nearly impossible to even communicate using the word because of all the corruption of the once scared word.<br />
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(1.) I am a “Black Witch” because I was embraced by the “Black Goddess” after I drowned. She is literally Black, as black as the dark of the moon. I am one with Her and there fore I am a Black Witch. Forget about all the nonsense you have heard about “black witches”. I worship the Goddess represented by the dark of the moon. OK?<br />
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(2.) The word “Witch” has been so twisted that I researched the original definition of the word. One point. The word “wise” and the word “witch” have a common root. The Original definition is more accurate as it connotes the original intent…” I discovered that in Old English [449-1066AD] shows witches as being honored as the keepers of the flame.” <br />
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(3.) The original word “Wiccan” is a verb meaning either male or female, or plural. The word “Wicca” is Old English for a MALE witch. The word “Wicce” is Old English for a female witch. Period.<br />
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(4.) Any other definition is a corruption of the true and or original meaning of the above words.<br />
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(5.) Christians today have no need to hate or fear Wiccan because we are so truly impotence. Except for one thing. We carry the flame for the pre-Christian religion of the Mother Goddess, The Goddess of Nature, the Goddess Earth and Her many aspects. <br />
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(6.) I don’t know how familiarize you are with history but let me assure that Christians were once very hateful towards Wiccan. Long be for the infamous Inquisition.<br />
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Blessed Be…DD

Nor do I, music!<br />
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To Dewduster, I'll say that during my thirteen years as a Priestess of the Wicca, I understood that the word, 'witch, derives from the Anglo-Saxon for, 'WISE.'<br />
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Black and White are terms applied to witches only by those who aren't initiated.<br />
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Nor did I ever experience hatred from any other faith.<br />
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I'm a Christian now - have been for the last twelve years - and still maintain close links with Pagan friends.

I totally don't understand.