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Weep not for the willow that will fall,
it, and many before, cannot last forever.
Like the many kings both great and small,
it will be dethroned by its own endeavor.
So do not waste your life in your sorrow,
the great willow’s crown must burn.
for not even a moment after tomorrow,
another will soon get its own turn.

Anonymous asked:
sorry if this sounds stupid or if youve been asked this before, but how does one use a chalkboard as a witchy tool? i understand ouija boards, but chalkboards not so much.


Why I love chalkboards so much (a video)

A few key points

  • Don’t have a ouija board? YA DO NOW
  • Don’t have a pendulum board? YA DO NOW
  • Need a place to design sigils, but don’t want to waste paper?CHALKBOARD
  • Need something to place your crystal grids on, but don’t want to use paper? 
  • Need a place to put your Magic Circles
  • Need to make a quick ward? CHALKBOARD

Seriously, chalkboards are amazing. They don’t draw attention to themselves, you can make awesome signs with them, and they’re just so darn cute.

I use a lot of magic/sigil circles and a lot of crystal grids. I find that using a chalkboard is more fun, easier, and convenient to use then paper.

There’s something magical about writing with chalk 

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    I’ve never thought about it. But it’s brilliant idea!
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