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Cape Town Covens?

 

This is awkward for me to write about, after a long absence from the psychic world.

As a very young child, I "saw" people, and my mother, thankfully very open-minded, allowed me to discuss some of these experience with her.

At 4, I told my parents about my past-life as a man with a wife and kids. I had frequent nightmares about the fire my past-family died in, and struggled with my inability to save them.

I had very strange experiences in a childhood house, in which there seemed to be a "channel" of sorts into a different place. (I'm totally aware of how ridiculous that might sound. Seriously. I have no explanation for these experiences.)

After 20 years of "seeing" it stopped. I still feel, and have once or twice heard, others over the last few years, but I don't have the abilities I had as a young girl and teenager.

I made a conscious decision to stop communicating with the other side as it had begun to take over from reality for me, but feel ready to start again now as an adult. I don't believe that I was capable of dealing with it then, and now, (Murphy's bloody Law) can't find it again.

Are there any recommendations for clairvoyants in Cape Town? I'm looking for a spiritual guide, or a coven of sorts. (I spent a large part of my teenage years dabbling in Wicca and finding it incredibly fulfilling, despite an inherent atheist belief and upbringing)

If anyone knows who I could talk to in my area, please let me know.

Many thanks,

KP

P.S- I'm open to discussing my experiences, but don't find them to be pertinent in this email. I will, however, chat to anyone in-depth about them if they need to know details.

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Anaelyssa (1 stories) (135 posts)
 
8 years ago (2013-03-14)
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

You could try these guys https://www.bota.org/ It's basically a correspondence course in the occult. I hear some of the first lessons give you a method that will attract a teacher to you.

If you dabbled in Wicca, perhaps you might be interested in other ceremonial magick traditions. This book is rather good http://hermetic.com/crowley/magick-without-tears/

Talking about Wicca, this article about its founder is pretty interesting. Http://rodneyorpheus.com/writings/occult/gerald-gardner-o-t-o/ Also, this https://www.facebook.com/aleister.crowley.page/posts/320224828015458 (couldn't resist). I'm not saying it's not a valid tradition, just that I find a part of its origins funny.

Love is the law, love under will.

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