Ꭺ sᏢᎬᏞᏞ ᏆᎾ ᎪᏆᏆᏒᎪᏟᏆ ᏁᎬᎳ ᏞᎾᏉᎬ: gather a spell bottle/jar and items representing the type of person you wish to attract. Put the items representing the type of person you want to attract into the bottle/jar, stating what they stand for out loud or in your mind each time. (For example: “I am putting rose petals in this bottle to attract someone romantic.”) after you have finished adding all ingredients, seal the bottle/jar with your preferred method, and put it in a window that receives the most sunlight. Leave it there for 7 days, and on the 7th day open the bottle/jar and watch the loving energy escape, drifting off to find this person for you. Side note: I used this spell to attract new clients for my business with success, as well as performed original spell for a friend with success.
Before I send all these Conjured creations off to their new homes I wanted to show you the waist belt wearing option. The smaller cauldron handbags feature a braided belt that allows for not only shoulder or cross body but a perfect handsfree belt style!
This is most definitely my preferred of the bags that have released so far. This fall collection was a long time in the making and there is much magic yet to come! Stay tuned, as we near the next turn of the wheel more will be revealed ✨🖤
Pietersite pendant by @become_spellbound
Rings by @violetforestcreations @thewickedgriffin @jeweler.on.the.road
Recycled wool thigh highs @witches_wardrobe
Tools of the scribe.
Handcrafted black walnut and poke berry ink.
Black walnut I adore for a variety of tasks. Being a tree of the devil and like the devil, looked to for conjuring and the dispelling of ills. The juglone the black walnut releases is baneful to many other plants, particularly those of the nightshade family. As it is the nightshades that so often possess a reputation for use in curse works, the black walnut thus lends itself to removing their influence.
For it I have brewed it utilizing water from a fearsome storm as well as water that has captured the full moon's reflection. The entire process takes half a day and specific incantations repeated every hour on the hour.
Poke is a native poison here on the outskirts of Appalachia, and indeed across much the continental United States. Although not a nightshade itself, its virtues can be similar and in folk traditions of the south is considered an ally in dissolving crossed conditions.
I was able to make enough poke ink for myself and one special person. The black walnut ink is more plentiful and I have tasked some of it as a stain for my wood working.
Making a mess with all the handpicked autumn tress this season has to offer us. My wonderfully smelling pot pourri will be available vey shortly. Believe me is smells so beautiful and would be a great addition to your homes during the colder months. 🍂
👩🍳 Turkey Turnovers with Cranberry sauce
14 inches pastry, cut in 2
1/2 pound cold leftover turkey
1/2 cup leftover cranberry stuffing
1/2 cup cold leftover turkey gravy
Cranberry sauce, on the side
Roll pastry out to about 14 inches. Cut the sheet in half to make 2 turnovers.
Begin placing turkey about 2 inches from the edge in the center of the pastry.
Spread the turkey out to cover part of the pastry rectangle.
Top the turkey with about a half cup of leftover stuffing. Top with gravy.
Bring the two edges of the dough together until they overlap at least an inch over the top of the turkey and stuffing. Fold the remaining open edges toward the center overlapping about half an inch to an inch.
Flip the entire turnover over so that the seams are on the bottom and place on a parchment lined cookie sheet a couple of inches apart.
Cut a couple of 1/2 inch slits in the top of the pastry and refrigerate for 20-30 minutes (or longer) to make sure the pastry is very cold when it is popped into a 425° F oven for 20 minutes.
Turn the heat down to 350° F for an additional 10 minutes or until the gravy begins to bubble and the pastry is evenly golden brown.
Remove from oven and let rest for 10 minutes to cool before serving.
"Stones" Day 23 of the #31witchythings photo challenge 💖 @missimoinsane
I have always loved stones, rocks, crystals. So of course, I've collected a lot of pieces throughout my life. My first 3, a polished stone, a quartz crystal and a hag stone, given to me as a young girl of 3 by my grandmother who was also my first teacher in all things occult. I still have all 3. They've been with me throughout my life, loved and cherished dearly.💖 By the time I was five, I had several more, given to me, but also my eyes were fixed to spot special ones, and if it wanted to go home with me, I'd leave a shiny copper penny on the earth from my little coin purse that hung around my neck.
I'd bring them home and set them upon the top of one of my dressers that was an altar of such. A child's altar, but still an altar. 🌹
I passed along my love of stones and crystals to my now adult son, that as a child also collected them and went to the gem and mineral shows to add to his collection. He'd gift me with some amazing mineral to add to my own collection. He still does!🤗 I've gifted many stones and crystals to special people in my life, and they've gifted me too. In my opinion, there is no better gift. Even the jewelry that I adore always has some sort of crystal or stone, and since they all have metaphysical properties, they are not only beautiful, but they're functional too. It's all magickal!😍 I learned quite young how to utilize the crystals and stones for meditation and self healing or for protection or any other purpose I needed. So as my life progressed, it only became natural that I took a big interest into learning about the Chakras, the energy systems in our bodies and how to utilize crystals and stones in body layouts to heal and balance others. I had a fabulous teacher, so knowledgeable!
I've been providing these healings on my massage table since the mid 1980's and since then have learned many other healing modalities to add to my skill set. This way, after offering a free consultation to my client, I can customize healing sessions to the clients needs. 🤗
And to think that it all began with a couple of stones and a crystal. 🤗💖 Blessed BE!💖💖💖💖💖💖
Considering my post about cats in here today,
I actually wrote this private post this morning on my private account.
Our ancestors knew this from the beginning together with the Godess Freja who loved her cats.
Our ancestors had cats as pets and as a protector of their homes as I also have written about from vermins and diseases in my last post.
It was a reason why Christianity wanted us to reject our beloved cats as I mention in that post.
Cats also gave more love and empathy than their "God" ever could.
And as you know the "dangerous" cat was also connected and companion to Christians bastardisation of "evil witches", which was more or less our Völvas, Séiðr and healers.
HSP and empaths connect with animals easily.
Animals heal HSP and empaths.
Animals knows it and I as an HSP knows it as well.
My cats are always with me when I am anxious or feeling down and bad and need to ground myself from all the energies and emotions people bombard me with.
That is also why I always feel more for animals than humans.
I know that they always show me unconditional love because they want to give me that without demands of anything in return.
And they feel that I can understand them and give them unconditional love back.
We are soulmates in our pack.
Steve on his shift to be close to me four years ago.
Miss you so it hurts buddy.
I can still feel you when you're lying on my chest. ❤️
Preparing for my first Full Moon ritual, which happens to be one of the most emotional ones this year for me personally (I'm a Gemini so I was very emotional the day before). With the Full Moon in Taurus and Venus in Retrograde, lots of emotions are being stirred and I'm looking forward to what it's trying to show me. 🌕