Black Magic Woman

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Since you don’t know me there is no way you could know that I give off a supposed “witchy” vibe.  I had a psychic (who was right about so many things) tell me that the reoccurring dreams I had when I was a child were astral projections? I still remember certain things about those dreams….I woke up at the foot of a recliner chair and that’s where I had to get back to so I could wake up.  The same kids were there all of the time and I always took my Fisher-Price Mary doll.fpmaryfl250

So yes sometimes weird things happen to me but that doesn’t really mean anything. This didn’t start until high school, I took a ouija board on a class trip…..you know in case we were bored at night when we stuck in our rooms. Ever since then I have been labeled…witchy or spooky.2011-08-24-ouija-e1330995611840

I don’t consider myself a witch and I really don’t care what other people think. A lot of weird things have happened and I have witnessed things that to this day some people still think I am a little crazy. I know what I saw and what I felt.  I think that I am sensitive to other peoples emotions and every once in a while I pick up on something I wish I didn’t…but it doesn’t happen that often.

I light candles sometimes when I pray and I don’t have to put money in a box and kneel…..just as effective….for the record. That doesn’t make me a witch. I burn sage to clear up space and energy….I’m pretty sure that’s a Native American practice and it does not make me a witch. I believe what you send out comes back times three…that’s Karma…and that does not make me a witch.0

I have said before that I do not fit into any box or label.  It sure doesn’t stop people from trying. I believe in a higher power and I believe in the power of prayer, but I do not believe in organized religion. So if it makes you feel better to call me a witch, go right ahead. I can guarantee you that I will weigh more than a duck 🙂

About dragonflyzia

I am just a woman finally accepting that I was never meant to be in the box. I don't fit into any stereotypes, please don't try and label me, that doesn't work either. I am embracing my uniqueness in ways that are new and challenging to me, so that I may continue to grow and never stop learning.
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2 Responses to Black Magic Woman

  1. You start off with a great Santana song and end with a hilarious Monty Python scene great job! People can be cruel when they don’t understand something or are fearful.

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