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This is my sister blog. Suited for all the nifty pagan oriented things I find.
I'm a practicing eclectic pagan with very strong Nordic principles.

Feel free to message me about anything. I'll do my best if anyone has questions relating to paganism.

thebluechicory:

RedSofa is a jewellery line by Montreal-based metalsmith and designer Joanna Szkiela. 

Inspired by nature and human nature, Joanna’s work is deeply ingrained with organic references and gravitates towards decidedly feral forms. 

Her predilection for dark-hewn sterling silver, unpolished gold and rough stones is a direct homage to the sculptural yet edgy side of nature. 

RedSofa’s jewelry collections capture a magical, alchemical world with unaffected style and understated elegance.

feathor:

Reblog this to show your love for all your followers and to give them a virtual hug

facina-oris:

Hail to you, Hela, stiller of strife.
Half fair, half rotten, mirror of life.
Cool is your comfort, equal for all.
Highways and alleys end in your hall.
witchsmoke:

To Ward an Area by Stone
Collect many palm-sized or smaller stones from the area to be warded, or from a gargoyle roost.
Spread them on a sigil of protection
(I used a sigil I call the sigil of A Thousand Eyes and A Thousand Teeth. As proud as I am and as much as I love this sigil, I feel it very important to keep private and so I won’t be sharing a full, clear view of it.)
Mix black papper, cayenne pepper, garlic, black salt, and the hair from a dog connected to the area (a dog of the household, a dog who will be staying in the campsite you’re enchanting, whatever). Spread this mixture over the stones.
Burn a black candle over the stones. (as you can see my candle was not black, but was a white candle in a gargoyle candle holder. The point is it should be a protective candle)
Once charged, collect the stones and place them around the perimeter of the area and on either side of all entrances. Chant the following as they are placed:
Let no villain enter herereject negativity, hate, and fearwith these stones I build a fortress wallto keep us safe and shield us all
I did this spell two months ago and I think it’s about time to recharge it. It’s been very effective so far, though. Roommate has actually seen a black wall flare up like a force field when things try to come into the yard. Not sure yet how I’m going to recharge it. Since it was pretty gargoyle-powered in the first place, I’ll probably ask them to do it. 

witchsmoke:

To Ward an Area by Stone

Collect many palm-sized or smaller stones from the area to be warded, or from a gargoyle roost.

Spread them on a sigil of protection

(I used a sigil I call the sigil of A Thousand Eyes and A Thousand Teeth. As proud as I am and as much as I love this sigil, I feel it very important to keep private and so I won’t be sharing a full, clear view of it.)

Mix black papper, cayenne pepper, garlic, black salt, and the hair from a dog connected to the area (a dog of the household, a dog who will be staying in the campsite you’re enchanting, whatever). Spread this mixture over the stones.

Burn a black candle over the stones. (as you can see my candle was not black, but was a white candle in a gargoyle candle holder. The point is it should be a protective candle)

Once charged, collect the stones and place them around the perimeter of the area and on either side of all entrances. Chant the following as they are placed:

Let no villain enter here
reject negativity, hate, and fear
with these stones I build a fortress wall
to keep us safe and shield us all

I did this spell two months ago and I think it’s about time to recharge it. It’s been very effective so far, though. Roommate has actually seen a black wall flare up like a force field when things try to come into the yard. Not sure yet how I’m going to recharge it. Since it was pretty gargoyle-powered in the first place, I’ll probably ask them to do it. 

peaceful-moon:

thank you so much little buddy

peaceful-moon:

thank you so much little buddy

irelandseyeonmyth:

Statues in Ireland of Goddesses and Heros from Irish Mythology.

We are literally surrounded by mythology in Ireland. When its not in the heritage sites from the stories we are raised on its statues of goddesses and heros legitimising our nation state and mourning our history of unnecessary conflict.

http://aclockworkireland.blogspot.ie/

seidr-witch:

I need more people to follow who are into just witchcraft (perhaps even atheist/agnostic witches), but not particularly Wicca, as it’s not what I practice.

Also those who post pagan/asatru/heathen/viking stuff too.

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