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Where’s the Magick?

Originally posted on Eros Darkthorn:
It takes more than adorning yourself with cool amulets and wearing dark clothing to being an effective Witch. And it has nothing to do with the particular path you’ve taken – Wicca, Traditionalist, Eclectic, etc. The…

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Cleansing Your Crystals

Originally posted on Telluric Crystals:
Crystals have the ability to hold and store energies emitted from those around it, whether it be positive or negative, because of this crystals need to be regularly cleansed. Cleansing your crystals helps rid them…

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Marshmallow Tea

Originally posted on The Norse Draconic Grimoire:
Makes: 1 cup of tea Uses: Sore Throats, Digestive Problems Ingredients: 1Tbsp(2/3 oz) Dried Marshmallow Root Simmer dried marshmallow root for 10 mins, Remove from heat, Steep 10 minutes, Strain and drink Note:…

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Good Fortune Bottle

Originally posted on Luciferian Buddhism:
I was going to make a charm in a tiny sachet that could easily be carried but I sadly did not have any! This is modeled for a bottle obviously but I have plans in…

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Prosperity Dust – Spell Craft

Originally posted on Witchy Darlings:
Prosperity Dust Introduction You will need to read this spell in its entirety first, making sure you understand each element. Please be careful while casting this spell as it?involves burning ingredients down to ash and…

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“Stoneflesh” A Spell For Thicker Skin

Originally posted on Moth's Witchy Corner:
Become the stones that break the bones so words can’t hurt you. Inspired by the alteration spell of the same name from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Originally posted by emlereo What You’ll…

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Step Inside the World’s Most Dangerous Garden (If You Dare) | Travel | Smithsonian

Originally posted on The Witches Gossip Corner:
The Poison Garden at England’s Alnwick Garden is beautiful—and filled with plants that can kill you Source: Step Inside the World’s Most Dangerous Garden (If You Dare) | Travel | Smithsonian In 1995,…

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