December302013
December102013

Folk Magic/Rootworker Network

magicscreeches:

storiesandconjure:

trueriptide:

It needs to happen. Who wants in? I thought it’d be pretty neat to see how our practices differ (and end up being similar).

YUSSSS and we can do it so it doesn’t become shit show circle jerk like some of the other networks for rootworkers out there :P

I’m all for it 

Would love for this to be a thing. I would totally be interested in this.

November112013
November92013
November72013

Bad Landlord, Bad!

Our landlord recently decided to start showing our place since we will be leaving at the end of the month. He was kind enough to only give us a days notice to get our apartment in order. He doesn’t seem to care that my gf sleeps all day because she works nights or that the place is a disaster zone because of all of the moving preparations. So, like any reasonable person, I decided to hot foot my doorway. This will at least buy us some time before he brings some more strangers to my home!

Hot Foot Recipe: Equal Parts-

Black Pepper

Sal Negra

Cayenne Pepper

Chiles Pequin

Fennel Seeds

Sulfur.

Don’t try this at home. Or do. I’m not in charge of you. :D

No jodas con un brujo.

March112013

bluereverie:

badoink:

All the moth dragons! Thank you everyone who’s followed me throughout February as I came up with these fun little critters.

For individual pictures, check out my moth dragon tag.


 

December262012
November272012

moonlitspells:

This is a mexican spell as far as I know. My mom did a version of this to me when I was younger. She would spray the egg with perfume and pass it all over my body once she was done she would crack the egg in a clear glass of water. She would always show me the egg. In the glass it looked like needles were comming out of the egg. She always told me it was to cleanse me of negativity and from the evil eye of others. The needles represented the people who were envious or people who were causing me harm.

Blessings

November202012

(Source: zatoseyes)

10PM
gabowinter:

Tsathoggua ~ John Coulthart

gabowinter:

Tsathoggua ~ John Coulthart

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