Divinations
  1. On gosh I am so sorry guys. I have no time to work on my inbox stuff

  2. HAPPY BIRTHDAY GURL!!!! Happy birthday Vee =)

  3. So my work is a trans friendly and safe environment. This makes me very very happy

  4. achangingaltar:

    Oh gods guys.
    It’s coming.

    The #witch, #witchcraft, and #Pagan tags are about to be flooded with an ungodly ocean of “SEE OUIJI BOARDS ARE FROM THE DEVIL!!!! NEVER USE THEM YOU’LL BE POSSESSED 5EVA!!!! WITCHES DON’T USE BLACK MAGICK!!!!!!!1!!”

    fuck *hides self in her work*
    Reblogged from: achangingaltar
  5. Curses?

    What type are we talking about? there are quite a few different one I would you check outthe index page of my blog and look at the one I’ve got =)
    Would link them, but I’m not sure how to do that on tumblr mobile

  6. I wish I didn’t work tomorrow =(

  7. hey sorry about that unfortunately so much happened. I couldn’t keep up with it and at this moment I still can’t do it.it doesn’t feel right to kind of half ass stuff like that, and to be honest I don’t feel like I’m actually really ready to teach something like that. I probably had jumped the gun an offering that classes when I clearly wasn’t ready.
    you can do more research into her, tera’sargain, on your own. she’s appeared in a few different folklores and fairy tales. I would do research into the Blue Fairy the turquoise fairy and any sort of fairies that grant wishes or associated with the color blue. You can also do research into the Tuatha and Sidé to try and find stuff as well. you are also more than welcome to try and communicate with her and contact any of her and her children. they are free to work with whomever they want.

    once again I apologize if I really disappointed you guys

  8. On gender roles and witchcraft

  9. Don’t mind me, just messing around with the tablet

  10. 
 Beautiful Diana, blond Phoebe, lovely Isis, charming Astarte, Queen of the nights… Émile Bayard, from Autour de la lune (All around the moon), by Jules Verne, Paris (Hetzel), circa 1870 (?).

     Beautiful Diana, blond Phoebe, lovely Isis, charming Astarte, Queen of the nights… Émile Bayard, from Autour de la lune (All around the moon), by Jules Verne, Paris (Hetzel), circa 1870 (?).

    Reblogged from: through-the-hagstone
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