I could never tell him that he is a witch
Sewing up my heart again love in equal stich
Amethysts are my favourite~
I just want to be a rich witch bich with my head shaved, full of tattoos, living in an old castle with a lot of books and my computer to make some research while in the background is playing The Neighbourhood. Is that to much to ask for?
Reminder that doing witchcraft isn’t sometimes an every day thing. You can skip day’s. It’s okay. Sometimes by living in this moment you have created, you are doing magic.
I put together my first spell jar and I’m really happy with it!
-Pink Himalayan Salt
-Crushed egg shells
-And a sigil written on a piece of paper
Super easy and I found everything at Dollar Tree besides the rose quartz and the rose petals from a rose in my front yard🌹💕
Right now I only really worship Aphrodite but I am feeling called to worship more deities. I am so excited to see what this change will bring. Above all though I’m going to be honoring and worshipping myself though. I am the most sacred thing in my life and I must stop degrading myself for others.
🌹🐚 May Aphrodite bring you love and light 🐚🌹
Once I get the chance, I will be taking more of my own photos and posting them to here.
or centuries, dried chicken feet have been used as a charm for protection against evil. When hung in a doorway, a chicken foot will protect the home from evil spirits. The most powerful chicken feet are obtained from black-feathered chickens. It is a widespread belief that hens, especially black ones, have an affinity with the spirit world, and they are often sacrificed to establish contact with the dead. A black chicken candle is used to bring good luck and to ward off negativity, as well as black-chicken aerosol spray, anointment oil, and soap. The manuscript La Poule Noire (The Black Pullet), written in the 18th century, is said by some to be “the world’s most evil book.” It is a grimoire, a book of magic spells and invocations, that purports to be a translation of the writings of the Magi (the wise men of the Bible). The work includes the science of magical talismans, the art of necromancy and of the Kabbalah, and the conjuration of aerial and infernal spirits. But most crucially, the volume includes step-by-step instructions on how to supernaturally manufacture a magic black hen. A similar book, Old Style Conjure: Hoodoo, Rootwork, & Folk Magic, published in 2017 by Starr Casas, elucidates the ritual use of chicken feet for conjuration.
#hoodoo #voodoo #vodou #conjure #rootwork #cursing #bane #blackmagick #witchcraft
Disclaimer: As the title as tags suggest, these may be hot takes. I have no idea. If you disagree with what I say, cool. Everyone has their own thoughts an opinions. Just for the love of god, don’t be a jerk about it. People are different. Things like this vary from person to person.
1. Anyone can be a witch.
I don’t know who made up the magical magic genders, but witchcraft can be practiced by anyone. Witches are people who practice witchcraft. Man, woman, non-binary, gender-fluid, anyone who practices witchcraft, is a witch. Plain and simple. And for those who may say “Oh, but its part of a feminists’ movement!” cool, great. I am all for equal rights across the board, sexism, racism, homophobia, etc. are all horrible, I have been subject to a lot. But don’t gatekeep people of other sexes/genders. That’s just like saying video games and sports are for guys or that only girls can wear makeup and dresses.
2. To be a witch, you don’t have to necessarily cast spells or perform rituals.
As part of my practice, i don’t cast spells and I don’t do rituals for a myriad of reasons (unsureness of where say a specific spell originated, a lack of desire to really work with spirits and such (NOT my strong suit), etc.). One thing that characterizes witchcraft is intent and control of the energy around you to make something happen (or so I have been told). I put my intent into spell jars, potions, and spell bags. I don’t do divination as that is just something I am not interested in. I use candles, yes, but again, not for divination. Rather, to get my intent across better. Witchcraft is about doing what feels right to you. I have found this out throughout my time practicing, even though it hasn’t been as long as some witches, my own experience so far has taught me this. Your intuition and gut feelings are still valid to go by.
3. You can be a witch and NOT work with gods
I would not say I am an atheist, however I don’t want to say I believe in a god. I am going to neither prove or disprove this as I can never really know, until of course I die, or a deity actually contacts me. Instead, I worship nature (you don’t have to, I just personally do). And in general, deity work is not mandatory in witchcraft.
it doesn’t matter what order you put the items in the jar, do whatever you feel works best!!
i usually put the black salt at the bottom of the jar and the white salt at the top. i don’t have a specific order for the ingredients in the middle.
then of course, seal with black wax!!
i like to keep the jar with me so i usually keep it on a chain and i either wear it around my neck or keep it in my bag.
for me, wax falling off the side of the jar is usually an indicator that the spell is finished and i need to remake it. hope this helps!