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The Magick of Crafty Communication

The Magick of Crafty Communication

The words we use create magick. We speak intention into existence. One of the core foundational principles of witchcraft is the ability to weave our energy and intention into reality through the use of meditation, motion, words, and tools. These are the building blocks of almost every ritual…

But even our conversations are magick. The things we tell people weave stories and impressions. The words we speak elevate or drag down our energy. The words (and media) we consume enchant us for better or for worse…

People can tell you anything… and those words will plant seeds in your brain that can grow out of control if you let it. When you get a lot of compliments in a short period of time, what does that do for your mood? If you get a lot of compliments for an extended period of time, what does that do for your ego? If the praise continues further, do you allow your ego to get so big that it destroys you? Many people get a taste of success but can’t control the ego they’ve formed along the way and it bites them in the ass.
But on the flip side, an insult can resonate and affect your energy for weeks if they hit the right nerve. A spiritualist can tell you that you’ve got a demon attached to you and you can dwell on it until it manifests as true. A tarot reader can predict impending doom and sudden loss. When it happens, did they truly predict it? Or did you obsess over this prediction until you attracted that outcome? Law of attraction, My Dears. How many of you are attracting the bad that comes through your life?
It’s been a common theme lately across many platforms of people being told something about themselves and it completely changing the way they think about themselves and their lives. They take the words and predictions of strangers as absolute fact yet they themselves aren’t really sure about it. They speak as if the words of strangers are absolutely true. “A witch told me I was a priestess. I was told I was almighty in a past life so in this life I am this. A Priestess told me I was cursed so…” This is dangerous and often baseless.

You are safer to assume strangers in any esoteric community do *not* have your best interest at heart. In today’s day in age, you’re better off treating strangers in every community like they do not have your best interest at heart. You should always exercise healthy skepticism. Flex your discernment muscles and practice critical thinking. Many people in esoteric communities tell you grandiose fanciful things because they want you to succumb to their fantasy world. It’s about them, not you.

The only person who can truly validate who you are is you. The only person who can decide if you’ve got some kind of ability or some kind of magick working against you is you. If you need guidance from people to help you make these decisions, you should work with people you trust that have a good reputation and provable track records from others. A good mentor or guide will help *you* figure it out for yourself and help guide you to that answer.


About The Author

☥Jessica O'Mallie-Corvidae

Jessica Corvidae is an artist, writer, creator, teacher, and full time Vampyre Witch. Her uniquely practical Pagan approach to Vampyre Witchcraft and her longstanding leadership within the Vampyre Community has piqued the interests of audiences across the globe. Jessica’s no-nonsense attitude and low tolerance for bullshit has gained not only the attention, but the friendship and loyalty of many along the way.

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