Brujeria Victoria
graveyarddirt:

Necro-Fetish, by Ms. Graveyard Dirt
A necro-fetish in the making!
Knowing that the stag’s organic fibre body will absorb - and most importantly, stain - I’ve begun marking my spectral herd spirit doll with the physical essence of every roadkill deer that I have the honour of rescuing, so when their sacred remains are sold on I still have a spiritual reminder of all of the deer I’ve helped “resurrect”.
It’s impossible to make out in this photo, but the first spot of blood to mark this necro-fetish is a third eye fingerprint of my New Year menstrual blood on the deer’s straw-coloured forehead.

graveyarddirt:

Necro-Fetish, by Ms. Graveyard Dirt

A necro-fetish in the making!

Knowing that the stag’s organic fibre body will absorb - and most importantly, stain - I’ve begun marking my spectral herd spirit doll with the physical essence of every roadkill deer that I have the honour of rescuing, so when their sacred remains are sold on I still have a spiritual reminder of all of the deer I’ve helped “resurrect”.

It’s impossible to make out in this photo, but the first spot of blood to mark this necro-fetish is a third eye fingerprint of my New Year menstrual blood on the deer’s straw-coloured forehead.

(Source: witchywomvn, via wyrtwita)

thewitchnextdoornl:

This woule be a rather nice thing to have in the kitchen. Wonder who made it.

thewitchnextdoornl:

This woule be a rather nice thing to have in the kitchen. Wonder who made it.

(Source: bassiumortis, via heathenbookofshades)

thewitchnextdoornl:

poppet-prince:

Icicles have protective, defensive properties, and are also great in curse work! Melt an icicle in a jar, and use it’s water to protect or attack.

I quite like this idea! :D

(via heathenbookofshades)

hylianwiccan:

Lavender Faery Wine for Imbolc
Inspired by: http://www.serendipityrefined.com/2013/01/lavender-milk-steamer-recipe.html
Ingredients:
1 cup of milk per serving. (Soy optional)
1 tsp honey
1/4 tsp of vanilla extract
1/2 a cup of brewed lavender tea
Lavender buds or cinnamon
Steep lavender buds or any lavender tea in 1/2 a cup of hot water. The more tea leaves or buds you use, the stronger the lavender taste will be. 
Warm a cup milk on the stove; be careful not to boil or else it’ll froth up and make a mess. 
Once warmed, pour in the tea, honey, and vanilla extract.
Serve in a teacup and sprinkle lavender buds or cinnamon on top. 
There you have it! I hope you all give it a try. Blessed be <3

hylianwiccan:

Lavender Faery Wine for Imbolc

Inspired by: http://www.serendipityrefined.com/2013/01/lavender-milk-steamer-recipe.html

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup of milk per serving. (Soy optional)
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 1/4 tsp of vanilla extract
  • 1/2 a cup of brewed lavender tea
  • Lavender buds or cinnamon
  1. Steep lavender buds or any lavender tea in 1/2 a cup of hot water. The more tea leaves or buds you use, the stronger the lavender taste will be. 
  2. Warm a cup milk on the stove; be careful not to boil or else it’ll froth up and make a mess. 
  3. Once warmed, pour in the tea, honey, and vanilla extract.
  4. Serve in a teacup and sprinkle lavender buds or cinnamon on top. 

There you have it! I hope you all give it a try. Blessed be <3

(via mothensidhe)

Cup o' Tea- A Wrath Original Spell

wrathfulcalm:

  • cup
  • tea
  • you
  1. Go sit somewhere fucking comfy with a motherfucking cup of tea. Make that cup of tea however it suits you best. Fuck it. Make it coffee. Or vodka.
  2. Be as comfortable as possible. Play some music, watch your favorite tv show or movie. Have a good cry if you…

(Source: lavenderwrath, via one-earthbound-angel)

Sigil Masterpost - Techniques, Warnings, and Thoughtforms, Oh My! Last edit 16/12/13

carpeumbra:

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Hellooooooo my loves. You beautiful creatures. This will be a vaguely new and slightly improved version.

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Method 1: Word Methods

1a) You take a phrase that is your intent, cross out repeating letters and vowels, look at the remaining letters and combine them in such a way that they…

featherandmoss:

It’s Lark About's 6th month birthday!  Yay!  Giveaway contest time!!Caveat:  This giveaway contest is available to USA residents only, as I am sadly not licensed to ship animal parts out of this country.  Sorry, other global friends.  Maybe one day!! &lt;3HOW TO ENTER:1)  You must be following me here at featherandmoss.tumblr.com.2)  Reblog this here post (with the text!!!)  You can “like” the post, but only reblogs will count toward your entry.  You can also reblog as many times as you choose to boost your odds of winning, although I ask that you please only reblog once per day (as reblogging much more than that would be unseemly and spammy and no one likes that!)3)  I must be able to contact you via Tumblr Ask to notify you if you’ve won!WHAT YOU CAN HAZ IF YOU WIN:The loot received by the winner is composed of lots of fun nature goodies, which includes scavenged/found bones and shells, some naturally shed feathers, and a few fossils — Lark About is focused on ethical bone collecting, so all the specimens will have minor imperfections or coloration, as they were all a result of either natural death or road/train kills.  They will be shipped at no cost to the winner and shall include:• whitetail deer jaw and vertebra• raccoon skull, scapula, vial of claw sheaths, and partial articulated spine• opossum hip bone, four vertebrae, and vial of teeth (contains both canines and molars)• vial of juvenile rabbit vertebrae• coyote scapula and rib bone• spiny softshell turtle leg bone• horse tooth• partial slider turtle plastron (belly bones)• one Ohio buckeye (for luck!)• five turkey feathers• two plant fossils and two Paleozoic coral or bryozoan fossils• one lovely pearlescent freshwater mussel shell• cluster of little sparkly quartz crystals on matrix• one large freshwater snail shell•three seashells from a friend’s vintage collection(It’s all really awesome.)The contest will run from 10/10 to 10/24 when I will select and contact a winner — you must respond within 72 hours with an address to which I can send ALL. THAT. STUFF.  In the event that I don’t hear back from the winner within that time period, I’ll select another, but like that’s gonna happen, right??Okay!  Contest is a go!  Thank you for participating and GOOD LUCK!!!

featherandmoss:

It’s Lark About's 6th month birthday!  Yay!  Giveaway contest time!!

Caveat:  This giveaway contest is available to USA residents only, as I am sadly not licensed to ship animal parts out of this country.  Sorry, other global friends.  Maybe one day!! <3

HOW TO ENTER:

1)  You must be following me here at featherandmoss.tumblr.com.

2)  Reblog this here post (with the text!!!) 

You can “like” the post, but only reblogs will count toward your entry.  You can also reblog as many times as you choose to boost your odds of winning, although I ask that you please only reblog once per day (as reblogging much more than that would be unseemly and spammy and no one likes that!)

3)  I must be able to contact you via Tumblr Ask to notify you if you’ve won!


WHAT YOU CAN HAZ IF YOU WIN:

The loot received by the winner is composed of lots of fun nature goodies, which includes scavenged/found bones and shells, some naturally shed feathers, and a few fossils — Lark About is focused on ethical bone collecting, so all the specimens will have minor imperfections or coloration, as they were all a result of either natural death or road/train kills.  They will be shipped at no cost to the winner and shall include:

• whitetail deer jaw and vertebra
• raccoon skull, scapula, vial of claw sheaths, and partial articulated spine
• opossum hip bone, four vertebrae, and vial of teeth (contains both canines and molars)
• vial of juvenile rabbit vertebrae
• coyote scapula and rib bone
• spiny softshell turtle leg bone
• horse tooth
• partial slider turtle plastron (belly bones)
• one Ohio buckeye (for luck!)
• five turkey feathers
• two plant fossils and two Paleozoic coral or bryozoan fossils
• one lovely pearlescent freshwater mussel shell
• cluster of little sparkly quartz crystals on matrix
• one large freshwater snail shell
•three seashells from a friend’s vintage collection

(It’s all really awesome.)

The contest will run from 10/10 to 10/24 when I will select and contact a winner — you must respond within 72 hours with an address to which I can send ALL. THAT. STUFF.  In the event that I don’t hear back from the winner within that time period, I’ll select another, but like that’s gonna happen, right??

Okay!  Contest is a go!  Thank you for participating and GOOD LUCK!!!

featherandmoss:

It’s Lark About's 6th month birthday!  Yay!  Giveaway contest time!!Caveat:  This giveaway contest is available to USA residents only, as I am sadly not licensed to ship animal parts out of this country.  Sorry, other global friends.  Maybe one day!! &lt;3HOW TO ENTER:1)  You must be following me here at featherandmoss.tumblr.com.2)  Reblog this here post (with the text!!!)  You can “like” the post, but only reblogs will count toward your entry.  You can also reblog as many times as you choose to boost your odds of winning, although I ask that you please only reblog once per day (as reblogging much more than that would be unseemly and spammy and no one likes that!)3)  I must be able to contact you via Tumblr Ask to notify you if you’ve won!WHAT YOU CAN HAZ IF YOU WIN:The loot received by the winner is composed of lots of fun nature goodies, which includes scavenged/found bones and shells, some naturally shed feathers, and a few fossils — Lark About is focused on ethical bone collecting, so all the specimens will have minor imperfections or coloration, as they were all a result of either natural death or road/train kills.  They will be shipped at no cost to the winner and shall include:• whitetail deer jaw and vertebra• raccoon skull, scapula, vial of claw sheaths, and partial articulated spine• opossum hip bone, four vertebrae, and vial of teeth (contains both canines and molars)• vial of juvenile rabbit vertebrae• coyote scapula and rib bone• spiny softshell turtle leg bone• horse tooth• partial slider turtle plastron (belly bones)• one Ohio buckeye (for luck!)• five turkey feathers• two plant fossils and two Paleozoic coral or bryozoan fossils• one lovely pearlescent freshwater mussel shell• cluster of little sparkly quartz crystals on matrix• one large freshwater snail shell•three seashells from a friend’s vintage collection(It’s all really awesome.)The contest will run from 10/10 to 10/24 when I will select and contact a winner — you must respond within 72 hours with an address to which I can send ALL. THAT. STUFF.  In the event that I don’t hear back from the winner within that time period, I’ll select another, but like that’s gonna happen, right??Okay!  Contest is a go!  Thank you for participating and GOOD LUCK!!!

featherandmoss:

It’s Lark About's 6th month birthday!  Yay!  Giveaway contest time!!

Caveat:  This giveaway contest is available to USA residents only, as I am sadly not licensed to ship animal parts out of this country.  Sorry, other global friends.  Maybe one day!! <3

HOW TO ENTER:

1)  You must be following me here at featherandmoss.tumblr.com.

2)  Reblog this here post (with the text!!!) 

You can “like” the post, but only reblogs will count toward your entry.  You can also reblog as many times as you choose to boost your odds of winning, although I ask that you please only reblog once per day (as reblogging much more than that would be unseemly and spammy and no one likes that!)

3)  I must be able to contact you via Tumblr Ask to notify you if you’ve won!


WHAT YOU CAN HAZ IF YOU WIN:

The loot received by the winner is composed of lots of fun nature goodies, which includes scavenged/found bones and shells, some naturally shed feathers, and a few fossils — Lark About is focused on ethical bone collecting, so all the specimens will have minor imperfections or coloration, as they were all a result of either natural death or road/train kills.  They will be shipped at no cost to the winner and shall include:

• whitetail deer jaw and vertebra
• raccoon skull, scapula, vial of claw sheaths, and partial articulated spine
• opossum hip bone, four vertebrae, and vial of teeth (contains both canines and molars)
• vial of juvenile rabbit vertebrae
• coyote scapula and rib bone
• spiny softshell turtle leg bone
• horse tooth
• partial slider turtle plastron (belly bones)
• one Ohio buckeye (for luck!)
• five turkey feathers
• two plant fossils and two Paleozoic coral or bryozoan fossils
• one lovely pearlescent freshwater mussel shell
• cluster of little sparkly quartz crystals on matrix
• one large freshwater snail shell
•three seashells from a friend’s vintage collection

(It’s all really awesome.)

The contest will run from 10/10 to 10/24 when I will select and contact a winner — you must respond within 72 hours with an address to which I can send ALL. THAT. STUFF.  In the event that I don’t hear back from the winner within that time period, I’ll select another, but like that’s gonna happen, right??

Okay!  Contest is a go!  Thank you for participating and GOOD LUCK!!!

// Graveyard Dirt and Etiquette//

bloodyboneshaker:

Warning for personal experience and slants! This is not the be-all end-all to grave work.

This post is written primarily in a deathwork/graveyard work/Fleur de la Mort context, but contains nothing particularly exclusive to any of those. So let’s get started.

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(Source: thebloodybones)

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