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  • “More happy love.” 🖤🖤🖤

    This scene is so beautiful, Taissa and Evan have such natural chemistry and you can see that so well here. And it’s so sweet when Zoe recites the line from the Keats poem Myrtle told her. 

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  • 🍞🥞 Kitchencore 🔪🍳


    • Rosemary plant growing on the windowsill

    • Ceramic pots used for storage

    • soup

    • garlic hanging on the wall

    • the smell of freshly baked bread

    • fridge filled with vegetables from the garden

    • trips to the butchers in the local town

    • cast iron skillets

    • bubbles from the washing up liquid

    • sharp knives

    • festive paper towels

    •the sizzle of vegetables in a frying pan on the hob

    • Warth that hits you when you walk into the kitchen

    • old recipe books passed down for generation to generation

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  • These are loose definitions of types of witches. You do not have to be any one type, these are simply ways to identify oneself if you feel that the type fits, and recommendations or thoughts are welcomed in the comments

    Green/Garden Witch

    A Green witch is a witch whose practice surrounds the use of gardening, herbalism and generalized plant life, hence the title “Green”. Green Witches will be meticulous when it comes to their gardens, will grow lots of plants including herbs, flowers, foods and even things we would consider “weeds”. Each and every plant seen around the Green Witch’s home would have some sort of use to that Witch (yes, even the grass!) Indoors you may see more plants, either being grown in pots, or being dried for use. A Green Witch will use plants in almost every aspect of their craft, from casting spells, to cooking their meals, and even cleaning their homes. They’re practitioners who focus mostly on one aspect.

    Sea Witch

    A sea witch has strong ties to water and the ocean and uses that element often in her practice. Sea and ocean magic will often use sand, shells, driftwood, or other elements that come from that place. Sea witches feel connected to water and ancient folklore involving sirens, mermaids, selkie, etc.

    Kitchen Witch

    Kitchen witches are very home-based, often incredibly nurturing, and love to make their home a truly special and sacred space. They love to cook and brew and use herbs, sometimes gathered from their own garden. When practicing they combine their own personal and individual magical energy with essential oils, herbs, food, and everyday objects to create their spells, rituals, and magic.

    Elemental Witch

    Elemental witches study and practice based on the four elements: earth, air, wind, and fire. An elemental magic is craft based on honoring and working with each element. An elemental witch may have an altar for each specific element. Elemental witches call on the elements when casting spells and performing rituals, and may even have an element that they personally identify with and work towards finding.

    Crystal Witch

    A Crystal witch works most commonly with stones and crystals, this can be during spell work, rituals, or even storing energy in crystal they connect strongly with. Anything that involves crystal use may be used by a crystal witch. They often have an extensive knowledge of stones, including their metaphysical properties, and if they have any toxicities.

    Eclectic Witch

    An eclectic witch does not have one set religion, practice, tradition, or culture that they pull from. Their practice derives from many sources and, ultimately, becomes the witch’s own. They may worship a higher being, or their practice may be primarily secular, or it might be its own kind of spiritual. An eclectic witch ultimately makes their own “rules” with their practice—it is entirely unique based on the individual witch

    Hedge Witch

    Hedge witches have little to do with plant life (though plants may play some role in their craft). The term “Hedge” refers to the border that surrounds ones property. Hedge Witches work between two worlds; crossing the “hedge” between this world and the world beyond, or the “other-world”. They spend a lot of time communing with either deities, ancestors or random spirits of whom they meet on this plane, while also working within this plane.

    Draconian Witch

    This refers to a witch who calls upon dragons, the power behind Arthurian myth, or uses dragon imagery as a focus in their craft. This can be in astral matters, or spells and rituals.

    Cosmic/Star Witch

    Cosmic witches are contemporary witches who look to the cosmos, astrology, and astronomy and work those elements and celestial energy into their practice. Also called “Star Witches”, these witches often follow the planets and the alignment of the stars and base their spells and rituals on the different placements.

    Lunar Witch

    A specialized version of a Cosmic witch, these witches focus solely on the energy of the moon as it waxes and wanes throughout the wheel of the year. They may feel a certain draw to moon phases or full moon during the year, sometimes leading to Seasonal Affective Depression during the brighter months of the year. Often they also work lunar deities or spirits, but this is not always the case.

    Solar Witch

    A specialized version of a Cosmic witch, these witches focus solely on the energy of the sun as the earth rotates around it and its energy fluctuates throughout the wheel of the year. They may feel a certain draw to warmth and sunlight, sometimes leading to Seasonal Affective Depression during the dark months of the year. Often they also work solar deities or spirits, but this is not always the case.

    Chaos Witch

    This is a witch who connects to storms and strong energy fields, and offensive magic. They believe that the ends justify the means, and thrive in chaos, often harnessing emotional energy to fuel their spell work. If they do work with a deity, it is likely to be a deity that in their pantheon is a trickster god, such as Loki in the Norse pantheon for example.

    Animal Witch

    Magick that is strongly tied to the animal kingdom, which includes a deep appreciation for all animals, and most often usage of animal materials in spell work. An animal witch will most likely be one who loves animals, a person who animals are immediately “drawn” to, and those who appreciate the natural world. Some animal witches might also use bones, wings, feathers, fur, skin, scales, etc. from deceased animals in their magick, if they choose to do so.

    Dream Witch

    These witches are more mindful and usually work with internal magick, mainly via interpreting dreams and/or engaging in lucid dreaming. They can “de-code” symbols and messages in the dream, similar to how others would use a divination technique. The dreams may not always be good or bad to them, but they always have meaning.

    Music Witch

    Magick that is worked with music, musical chimes, or rhythm. A Music witch might hum/sing, clap, sing chants during spells, play instruments (the kind doesn’t matter), or even simply play music during spell-work, magick, or rituals to channel focus or energy/power.

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  • Crystals: Turquoise


    Originally posted by biryuza

    Folk names: Fayruz (Arabic, “lucky stone”), Turkey Stone, Turkish Stone, Thyites (Ancient Greek), Venus Stone, Horseman’s Talisman.

    Energy: Receptive

    Planets: Venus, Neptune

    Element: Earth

    Deities: Hathor, Buddha, The Great Spirit (Indiginous)

    Associated Metal: Gold

    Powers: Protection, Courage, Money, Love, Friendship, Healing, Luck


    Originally posted by davidspriggs

    History and Useage

    Sacred to both Indiginous and Oriental traditions, this stone helps to connect with the spirit and brings the energy of the sky down to earth. It is helpful in expanding awareness while still maintaining practicality. Turquoise moves the wearer toward integration and wholeness. Used on the throat chakra, turquoise promotes communication and the ability to speak honestly, clearly, and from the heart, and reminds us of our connection to Earth and Sky.

    Ancient lore suggests that it also protects against environmental pollutants. In ancient times, turquoise was utilized to gain wealth. Wearing turquoise can speed the healing process. Lore also has it that the stone will change color, warning when the owner is in danger.

    The Navajo used ground turquoise and coral in creating sand paintings to bring rain to the parched land. Other Indiginous people of the South-Western United States and Mexico placed turquoise in tombs to guard the dead. The Pueblos laid turquoise under the floor in offering to the deities, when a house, or kiva, was built. A piece of turquoise was a nearly required tool in the Apache shaman’s medicine, or power, bag. Other Indiginous peoples attached turquoise to bows to ensure accurate shots. Besides these and many more uses, turquoise has been prized for its beautiful color and potent magickal properties.

    Turquoise is universally considered a lucky stone. It is known to strengthen your energy centers, aligns you to the spiritual realms, and also helps you to be able to speak and express your heart. The blue/green color of the turquiouse is an indicator that it connects the heart with your ability to speak truthfully and wisely and with wisdom.

    It is believed that turquoise helps one to start new projects; can warn the wearer of danger or illness by changing color; and protects the wearer from falling, especially from horses. Some Indiginous peoples believed that if turquoise was affixed to the bow, the arrows shot from it would always hit their mark. It is also believed to bring happiness and good fortune to all.

    The blue of turquoise was thought to have powerful metaphysical properties by many ancient cultures. In Mexico, turquoise was reserved for the Gods, it could not be worn by mere mortals.

    In Asia, turquoise was considered a protection against the evil eye. Tibetans carved turquoise into ritual objects as well as wearing it in traditional jewelry. Ancient manuscripts from Persia, India, Afghanistan, and Arabia report that the health of a person wearing turquoise can be assessed by variations in the color of the stone.


    Originally posted by angulargeometry

    Turquoise is quite porous and readily absorbs liquids and oils. Turquiouse is a master healing stone that promotes spontaneity in romance and stimulates the initiation of romantic love. It balances and aligns all chakras and can bring all energies to a higher level. It is a healer of the spirit and provides a soothing energy for peace of mind.

    Turquoise is held in high esteem by Tibetan shaman for its spiritual and protective properties. The indigenous peoples also consider it to bestow goodness.

    Called as a balancing stone, turquoise helps balance the spiritual and the physical—as the sky connects the heavens to the earth. Ancient Indians believed in its ability to heal and every shaman possessed at least one piece of turquoise. It may also be useful in relieving migraines.

    In Europe, turquoise rings are given as forget-me-nots gifts.

    Turquoise is said to attract prosperity and success. It has the power to influence creative powers. It enhances the ability to communicate. Turquoise has long been prized as a powerful talisman with healing properties. It can help balance the throat chakra (the blue chakra), increasing resistance to viruses and helping to relieve sore throats, lung infections, and the side effects of allergies.

    Turquoise is an important gemstone in subduing an overactive 5th Chakra. Natural healers consider turquoise a Master Healing gemstone.

    It is a protective stone. Turquoise carvings of horses and sheep are kept by the Navajo as potent guardians against negative magick. A turquoise ring is worn to guard against the evil eye, disease, serpents, poison, violence, and accidents, and any and all dangers. Worn, it promotes courage. Horse riders wear turquoise to protect themselves from falls. For this purpose, it is mounted in gold. They attach a second small piece onto the bridle or saddle to give protection to the horse. It is a valuable amulet for travelers, especially when venturing into politically volatile or dangerous places.


    Originally posted by witchcraft-paganism


    An old ritual utilized turquoise to gain wealth. Perform this rite a few days after the New Moon when the crescent is first visible in the sky. Avoid looking at the moon until the proper time. Hold a turquoise in your hand. Visualize your magical need-money-manifesting in your life. Move outside and look at the moon. Then directly shift your gaze to the turquoise. The magick has begun. Carry the stone with you until the money arrives. Turquoise is also worn or used in money-attracting spells, such as placing circles or necklaces of turquoise around green candles and visualizing wealth.

    Given as a gift, it bestows wealth and happiness upon its receiver. The stone is also utilized in love magick; turquoise is worn, carried, or given to a loved one. It is frequently used to promote marital harmony, ensuring that the two persons involved blend with each other. Some sources say that if love fades in the stone’s rcipient, the stone’s color will fade as well.

    Wear turquoise to attract new friends, to be joyous and even-tempered, and to increase beauty. It is also a healing stone. It strengthens the eyes, alleviates fevers and reduces headaches. When turquoise is pressed against the diseased or troubled part of the body, the illness is visualized as entering the stone. Water into which turquoise has been dipped is drunk for its healing energies.

    Turquoise rings and pendants are worn to promote and to protect the health; blue candles surrounded with turquoise are visualized as speeding the healing process. The stone is said to prevent migraines when worn. Like all blue stones, the turquoise is lucky and is carried out attract good fortune.


    Credit: Book of Shadows app. By Nicholas Robinson

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    I’m In A Hex Witch Mood!

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  • Does anyone have a protection spell that will prevent me from having to hear country music? 😂 Because I fucking hate country music

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  • Watch “Candle Tips! Using Store Bought and Scented Candles for Magick” on YouTube

    Very informative candle tips

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  • The beauty of being a small blog is other than @grayladyofthewell and our ask games I get maybe 3-5 asks a year typically and out of those maybe 1 or 2 are things I just wont respond to..


    The bad news is I only get 3-5 asks a year..

    Still sorta a win win…

    Though I do sometimes wonder why….

    I personally think I’m more annoying than intimidating…..


    Sé la ví

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    “I will keep these words locked inside

    I open my mind, no corners to hide

    This is knowledge I shall not need to regain

    For what’s in this book, I shall retain”

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    🍓Strawberry Milk Boba Tea 🍓

    (made with coconut and almond milk!!)

    I made the syrup for the tapioca pearls with coconut shavings and strawberry slices to add a little extra ~flavor~ and it tasted to good ?! I usually just make the syrup with white sugar and water (like normal simple syrup) but I wanted to see how it’d go if I added more flavors and it went really well. It’s SUPER sweet, though, so if you don’t have a sweet tooth I don’t think you’d enjoy it. The strawberry milk tea was made with 1 cup coconut milk creamer, 3 cups almond milk, and one cup orange tea and green tea mix (2 green tea bags and 1 orange tea bag) and just regular hearsheys strawberry syrup.

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    It’s hard to have a business I’m passionate about because I want to keep everything I make because it’s always cool.. I guess that means I’m doing something right..

    (I feel bad cause I told guy it was 23$ but now I said 30$ cause the flowers and details were more than I thought.. I hAAATTTeeee asking for money bc my family always made me feel poor.. so I hate asking for things.. but my time is valuable.. right?)

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  • so i recently started selling my spell jars and spell jar earrings but what kind of other things should i sell? please help

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  • I am feeling so proud right now, I have to share-


    30 or 40 years ago, my Dad’s Mum knitted this beautiful blanket, big enough to fully cover a double bed and drape over the sides.

    Since then, she has of course passed, and its gotten lots of use, but, because it’s so big, it was put in storage in a box in the garage a few years ago because I didn’t have the space for it.

    Now, I live next to a field, so of course, in its time in a box, a family of mice came along and destroyed parts of it to make a nest! Thankfully they were no longer there when I discovered the damage, but naturally, me and mine were devastated.

    That’s where I come in. I’ve been knitting and crocheting for years. I’m actually working on a blanket of my own! So my family washed and disinfected the blanket, and then I got to work, removing the damaged squares, knitting new ones and sewing them back in.

    Tonight, I finished Grandma’s blanket, and I am so proud of myself for that, and I feel that she would be pleased with me too.

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  • Ostara or Spring Equinox || Enchanted Endeavours Ep. 7

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