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I made my first batch of Black Salt today, and thought I would share what I did. Black Salt is simply salt, plus a blackening agent. What you use as your blackening agent is what makes your Black Salt right for you; so long as you are satisfied with what you’ve chosen, there’s…
Forest Fern Creations’ September Give-Away
Just a fun give-away to celebrate my shop reopening on October 1st. Thank you all for the continual love and support.
Same rules apply as usual.
You must be a USA citizen to win.
Reblogs count only and you must not delete this text.
You must be following me.
You must be over 18 years of age.
What you win:
Yucca seed pod slice
Small crochet doily
Three ostrich feathers artificially dyed
A small preserved rabbit foot
A bunch of organic raw mohair with lace
A print of an old photo
Broken crab claw
Bundle of basil grown in my garden with vintage lace
Black seed and rusted bottle cap earrings
Seed pod necklace made with wasp nest and moth wing
Thank you all again and winners will be picked on October 1st! <3
For those who missed yesterday!
I have an interview today! Please send me energy and you have my permission to do magic to help me find a good job that meets my highest good!
I’ve got a bunch of ideas for posts that will be forthcoming!
All asks in my inbox will be answered in a bit, today or tomorrow.
What books would you recommend for beginners in your practice or any type of practice like wicca???
Hello, first I’d like to let you know I’m not Wiccan. As for books I enjoy these books :
Every day magic
Spells for the solitary witch
Mrs Bs guide to house hold witchery
The way of the green witch
Wild & weedy apothecary
Complete book of correspondences
I have a lot of books but these are some books I use quite often.
001. Toxic | Melanie Martinez
I took a sip from a devil’s cup
It’s taking over me
I want to do so much witchcraft to this
when the chorus hits tho
I listen to this like 5 times every time it comes up on my dash.
So I guess I have to reblog.
This is some American Horror Story shit
Bekkathyst’s Autumn 2014 Giveaway
Yes! It’s time for another giveaway! This time it’s to celebrate my Etsy shop reaching 500 sales! Thank you all so much for your support! Please read this post thoroughly before entering.
Winner Will Receive:
- 5 wire wrapped pendants made by me! Rainbow moonstone, labradorite, smoky quartz, clear quartz and an amethyst with inclusions.
- 13 different stones. Tumbled malachite, 2 tumbled fluorite, tumbled lapis lazuli, tumbled amethyst, 2 amethyst crystals, 2 spinel crystals, quartz crystal, polished labradorite, rose quartz chunk, and one dyed pink agate slice.
- 2 packs of stick incense. Lavender and eucalyptus and green tea.
- 2 packs of cone insence. Vanilla and eucalyptus and green tea.
- 1 oil diffuser
- 1 wooden incense burner
- 3 tea light candles
- You must be following me, so you can get updates if anything about the giveaway changes.
- Favorite my Etsy shop if you have an Etsy account.
- DO NOT tag this post as giveaway. Tumblr staff will find this post and delete the notes and ruin it for everyone. PLEASE do not tag it as giveaway.. please.
- Reblog this post to enter. Likes count, too. Don’t use giveaway blogs.
- Each entry will be assigned a number and the winner will be chosen by a random number generator.
- The giveaway ends November 4th at 9 pm Pacific time.
- The winner will be messaged and must respond with their full name and address within 24 hours, or a new winner will be chosen.
- Please respect me and my rules, and have fun!
That labradorite… O_O
This goes for anyone, but especially if you live here in Stockholm, as I need someone to have a coffee with.
If you are interested in the original individual posts for reblogging around the holiday, you can find them here:
- Winter Solstice/Yule
- Spring Equinox
- Summer Solstice/Midsummer
- Autumnal Equinox/Mabon
Piety isn’t simple: it’s okay to do something small to mark the season. Don’t let complexity get in the way of what you need to do, though. Small things go a long way.