Trying to see how many of us are out there! Feel free to reblog with what you study or what your interest lies in! I’ll start:
Eclectic witch studying marine biology, hope to get my PhD and get into STEM research
Wiccan Blackout Poetry, or How To Use A Spellbook Creatively Whilst Also Defacing It.
Full commitment is designed upon communication
Brighid’s Cross altar pentacle for tonight’s slightly-premature Imbolc ritual. I’m going to raffle this one off after the ritual and the proceeds will go to the new temple we’re establishing.
I set a 4mm garnet in the centre of this one and I love how it turned out so I think I’ll do this design again.
Candles, tarot, paint, wards, witches ladders, jars, dreamcatchers
🧹✨Meygana Hairstix ✨🧹
An easy beginner friendly Pop-Culture spell to help your dreams take flight. (The character Meygana is the only thing I know that will help me on this one.)
🧹 1 orange candle (LED or not)
🧹 1-2 hairsticks
Now you’ll be able to make your dreams soar!
A new post with information from research will be made every day until Valentine’s day.
I wanted to do this after research to my services, and this day is heavily packed with a lot of symbolism and significants.
Until the 15th of February I’ll be doing witchcraft services specific to this date. The information can be seen below ✨ ⬇️✨
Okay, I get that this is not the type of content my blog is based around, but I just watched the newest season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and I have some thoughts…
The form of Satanism in caos seems to be a mixture between some form of satanism and Wicca (Wicca is neo-paganism) and they celebrate several holidays from the pagan calendar (e.g Yule). It seems a bit hypocritical of these witches to suddenly shun pagans? Also, why are the pagans vilified for wanting to not disturb the animals in nature?
Would it not have made more sense for the series to continue the trend of showing the discord between the Satanic church and the Christian church, as they have in previous seasons?
If the Satanic Church in caos had simply stayed within Satanist and Christian texts the disdain for pagans might have seemed more genuine, but with the Church of Night clearly having many pagan influences this entire plot is so confusing. These “pagans” themselves appear to be a confusing mix of everything, from Hellenic pagans to inspirations from Celtic paganism. What are they even supposed to be? Witches? Humans? Deities??
Considering Pan is there, I would have expected them to be followers of Pan, but instead, they follow “The Green Man” who seems like a representation of mother nature herself? And then Puck appears? Are they both supposed to be simply characters from literature come to life like Dorian Gray or mythical beings?
The real kicker is truly at the end when they start worshipping Hecate, and in their prayers refer to her as one of the old gods (you know, like the old gods they have been mocking all season long). Also, if the pagans are supposed to be Hellenistic pagans, why are the witches suddenly turning to a Hellenistic deity in their moment of need?
Overall the season was entertaining in many ways, but the entire “pagans are actually evil” plot was confusing at best and insulting at worst.
Hey!! if you like gemstone bracelets / chokers you should check out my friends store she just made on etsy!! 💞 personally love her stuff!!! 😫😍
ʚself love sundayɞ
What my friend thinks I actually did with my gifted tequila:
What I actually do with gifted tequila ..(after some shots of course):
Thanks for my new self love bottle. 😂😘❤
Modified my pendulum and I’m living for it ✨
It took me an hour to water all of my plants, some have gotten so big! Over winter they don’t need fussing as much thankfully.
unfortunately my sansivera is no longer with us but I have one of her children who she will hopefully live through 😭
My baby succulents are thriving cute as ever and my moss has weeds but she’s happy xx