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Posted: Okay, Ive been thinking about this for a couple weeks, but dont know how to get started... I would really like some pointers from some of you seasoned fire freaks out there!I read the posts on transfers/trailers; lighting parts of my body on fire; lighting one end of staff off the other... I am interested, but of course dont want to hurt myself. It sounds much safer than fire breathing, and I would like to begin learning. If anyone could give me any insight on getting started in this, it would be very much appreciated. What type of fuel to use...Techniques...How to start...Please help!Respect to all------------------We are not physical beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a physical experience.~Edgar Cayce