can she just get an award or something
I reblog this whenever it pops up on my dash.
So many directions she could have gone with this joke…out of infinite possibilities…she picked the best possible direction.
Best video in the world
Who Needs Swag When You Have Gangnam Style?
for me, gangnam style simply isnt enough. sure, the hypnotizing allure of a man in a suit, slowing galloping towards you, arms crisscrossed is a sight to be held with complete awe, but for the picture to be truly…
Holy shit. I’m dying.
The start of my Grimoire. It’s so pretty!!! ^.^
P.S. I’ll get to the readings as soon as I can. I went to the ER today because of a severe allergic reaction to cinnamon (I ingested some by accident).
P.P.S The black of the grimoire lettering is EYELINER. Talk about using your resources when limited.. Heheh
- Wiccan Rede
- Laws of Magick
- Wheel of the Year
- Ground and Center
- Circle casting
- Spirit Guides
- Familiars & Totems
- Craft Projects
- maiden mother Crone Horned God
-13 goals of a witch
- tool consecration
-Altar set up
-casting a circle
-calling the corners
-ritual and spell basics
-drawing down the moon
-wheel of the year
-2 cards per page
-1 page for each sign
-each chakra has own page
-amulets and talismans
Blank space right now
-letter to future readers
If you have suggestions of stuff to add let me know ^.^
There are a lot of people on tumblr who see nothing wrong with using magic to mess with another persons free will, or cause them harm. I’m not calling anyone out, because it’s their own choice, but I felt like I needed to address this.
Magic is nothing but energy. Energy can be changed and programmed for our use, but it never goes away completely.
"For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction."
That my friends, is science. That is Newton’s Third Law of Motion.
But it’s fitting for the use of magic.
So, yes, maybe you get mad, you get very, very mad, and that’s ok. Maybe you decide to curse someone, which I personally think isn’t ok, but that’s just me. Say you decide to curse someone, and you send some pretty bad energy their way. Sure, something bad will happen to them, but something bad will happen to you as well.
This has nothing to do with The Rule of Three, it’s just fact. When you shoot a gun you get recoil. When you throw mud, you get your hands dirty,
But with energy its different.
There are many entities out there that feed off negative energy, and when you curse someone, some of that energy sticks to you. This is delicious to those beings that thrive off chaos and hatred, and they will flock to you like ants to sugar. It doesn’t matter whether you use a Circle, or warding, that energy will stick to you as well as the person you are cursing. And that goes for all magic.
That’s not even the equal reaction.
Whatever you curse someone with, will inevitably rebound onto you. THAT is the equal reaction.
Messing with another persons free will is, in my own personal opinion, a second taboo.
You wouldn’t like it if someone took your rights away would you? (I’m looking at you Tony Abott). Nobody does. If someone took your will away, you’d hate it. That’s what you are doing when you choose to dabble in manipulative magic.
There are spells to attract friendship and love, you don’t need to force it to come to you.
Energy is attracted to the same kind of energy.
Emit negative energy and negative energy will be drawn to you. Radiate with positive energy, and positive energy will be drawn to you.
It’s how it works.
I’m not shaming anyone for the magic they use. I’m not saying “Hey don’t do this, it’s bad.”
All I am saying, is
Think on your actions, and the consequences of those actions, and ask yourself if it’s worth it.
You will need:
- Not required (You could put the herbs in whole): Mortar and pestle. (You could use some sort of object in a bowl to crush the herbs, too.)
- Honey Suckle
- Lemon Grass
- Very tiny nuggets of amethyst (One will suffice, but three is a good number, too.)
- A small box, pouch, bottle, or container.
- A white candle.
- Light your white candle, and set it out in front of your work.
- Place a very small amount of each (dried!) herb in your mortar and pestle, and crush.
- Take your herb mixture, and as you pour it into your vessel, concentrate on the spirit energy radiating from your white candle and into your mixture, and yourself. Imagine you are pouring the energy into the container through your hands.
- Pass the small pieces of amethyst over the flame of the candle, (Not directly into the flames!) let it absorb the spirit energy.
- Place the amethyst into your vessel.
Amethyst is good for this, as it opens your third eye, but do not be afraid to use substitutions for any of this. Keep the container close to your workplace, bed, etc. Every so often, you can open the vessel, and touch the herbs, and gather the energy growing in the container.
So pirxnha sent me this a shit long time ago and I wanted to post it so others could use it.
Basically what you need is cinnamon or lavender tea.
So here be what ya do.
1. Put some water on to make the cinnamon or lavender tea, light a candle or a few, get out that cup and your tea.
2. Pour the hot water into your tea, lean over and inhale the steam.
3. Say, “Open my eyes, show me the shell I’ve shed. My identity before. Shine light on what lies hidden, nearly forgotten.”
4. Drink the tea, go to sleep.
Uh.. I’m severely (see deathly) allergic to cinnamon. What’s a good substitute?
Journals, articles, books & texts, on folklore, mythology, occult, and related -to- general anthropology, history, archaeology.
Some good and/or interesting (or hokey) ‘examples’ included for most resources.
tryin to organize & share stuff that was floating around onenote.
Journals (open access)
— Folklore, Occult, etc
- Culutural Analysis - folklore, popular culture, anthropology
— The Mythical Ghoul in Arabic Culture
- Folklore - folklore, anthropology, archaeology
— The Making of a Bewitchment Narrative, Grecian Riddle Jokes
- Incantatio - journal on charms, charmers, and charming
— Verbal Charms from a 17th Century Manuscript
- Oral Tradition
— Jewish Folk Literature, Noises of Battle in Old English Poetry
- Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics
— Nani Fairtyales about the Cruel Bride, Energy as the Mediator between Natural and Supernatural Realms
- International Journal of Intangible Heritage
- Studia Mythologica Slavica (many articles not English)
— Dragon and Hero, Fertility Rites in the Raining Cave, The Grateful Wolf and Venetic Horses in Strabo’s Geography
- Folklorica - Slavic & Eastern European folklore association
— Ritual: The Role of Plant Characteristics in Slavic Folk Medicine, Animal Magic
- Esoterica - The Journal of Esoteric Studies
— The Curious Case of Hermetic Graffiti in Valladolid Cathedral
- The Esoteric Quarterly
- Mythological Studies Journal
- Luvah - Journal of the Creative Imagination
— A More Poetical Character Than Satan
- Transpersonal Studies
— Shamanic Cosmology as an Evolutionary Neurocognitive Epistemology, Dreamscapes
- Beyond Borderlands
- GOLEM - Journal of Religion and Monsters
— The Religious Functions of Pokemon, Anti-Semitism and Vampires in British Popular Culture 1875-1914
- Correspondences - Online Journal for the Academic Study of Western Esotericism
— Kriegsmann’s Philological Quest for Ancient Wisdom
— History, Archaeology
- Adoranten - pre-historic rock art
- Chitrolekha - India art & design history
— Gomira Dance Mask
- Silk Road
— Centaurs on the Silk Road: Hellenistic Textiles in Western China
- Sino-Platonic - East Asian languages and civilizations
— Discursive Weaving Women in Chinese and Greek Traditions
- MELA Notes - Middle East Librarians Association
- Didaskalia - Journal for Ancient Performance
- Ancient Narrative - Greek, Roman, Jewish novelistic traditions
— The Construction of the Real and the Ideal in the Ancient Novel
- Akroterion - Greek, Roman
— The Deer Hunter: A Portrait of Aeneas
- Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies
— Erotic and Separation Spells, The Ancients’ One-Horned Ass
- Roman Legal Tradition - medieval civil law
— Between Slavery and Freedom
- Phronimon - South African society for Greek Philosophy and the Humanities
— Special Issue vol. 13 #2, Greek philosophy in dialogue with African+ philosophy
- The Heroic Age - Early medieval Northwestern Europe
— Icelandic Sword in the Stone
- Peregrinations - Medieval Art and Architecture
— Special Issue vol. 4 #1, Mappings
- Tiresas - Medieval and Classical
— Sexuality in the Natural and Demonic Magic of the Middle Ages
- Essays in Medieval Studies
— The Female Spell-caster in Middle English Romances, The Sweet Song of Satan
- Hortulus - Medieval studies
— Courtliness & the Deployment of Sodomy in 12th-Century Histories of Britain, Monsters & Monstrosities issue, Magic & Witchcraft issue
- Annual of Medieval Studies at CEU
- Medieval Archaeology
— Divided and Galleried Hall-Houses, The Hall of the Knights Templar at Temple Balsall
- Medieval Feminist Forum
— multiculturalism issue; Gender, Skin Color and the Power of Place … Romance of Moriaen, Writing Novels About Medieval Women for Modern Readers, Amazons & Guerilleres
- Quidditas - medieval and renaissance
- Medieval Warfare
- The Viking Society - ridiculous amount of articles from 1895-2011
Journals (limited free/sub/institution access)
- Al-Masaq - Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean
— Piracy as Statecraft: The Policies of Taifa of Denia, free issue
- Mythical Creatures of Europe - article + map
- Folklore - limited free access
— Volume 122 #3, On the Ambiguity of Elves
- Digital Philology - a journal of medieval cultures
— Saracens & Race in Roman de la Rose Iconography
- Pomegranate - International Journal for Pagan Studies
- Transcultural Psychiatry
- European Journal of English Studies
— Myths East of Venice issue, Esotericism issue
Books, Texts, Images etc.
— Folklore, Occult etc.
- Magical Gem Database - Greek/Egyptian gems & talismans [x] [x]
- Biblioteca Aracana - (mostly) Greek pagan history, rituals, poetry etc.
— Greater Tool Consecration, The Yew-Demon
- Curse Tablets from Roman Britain - [x]
- The Gnostic Society Library
— The Corpus Hermeticum, Hymn of the Robe of Glory
- Grimoar - vast occult text library
— Grimoires, Greek & Roman Necromancy, Queer Theology, Ancient Christian Magic
- Internet Sacred Text Archive - religion, occult, folklore, etc. ancient texts
- Verse and Transmutation - A Corpus of Middle English Alchemical Poetry
- The Internet Classics Archive - mainly Greco-Roman, some Persian & Chinese translated texts
- Bodleian Oriental Manuscript Collection - [x] [x] [x]
- Virtual Magic Bowl Archive - Jewish-Aramaic incantation bowl text and images [x] [x]
- Vindolanda Tablets - images and translations of tablets from 1st & 2nd c. [x]
- Corsair - online catalog of the Piedmont Morgan library (manuscripts) [x] [x]
- Beinecke rare book & manuscripts
— Wagstaff miscellany, al-Qur’ān—1813
- LUNA - tonnes from Byzantine manuscripts to Arabic cartography
- Maps on the web - Oxford Library [x] [x] [x]
- Bodleian Library manuscripts - photographs of 11th-17th c. manuscripts
— Treatises on Heraldry, The Worcester Fragments (polyphonic music), 12 c. misc medical and herbal texts
- Early Manuscripts at Oxford U - very high quality photographs
— (view through bottom left) Military texts by Athenaeus Mechanicus 16th c. [x] [x], MS Douce 195 Roman de la Rose [x] [x]
- Trinity College digital manuscript library
— Mathematica Medica, 15th c.
- eTOME - primary sources about Celtic peoples
— Folklore, Occult etc.
- Demonthings - Ancient Egyptian Demonology Project
- Invocatio - (mostly) western esotericism
- Heterodoxology - history, esotericism, science
— Religion in the Age of Cyborgs
- The Recipes Project - food, magic, science, medicine
— The Medieval Invisible Man (invisibility recipes)
- Morbid Anatomy - museum/library in Brooklyn
- Islamic Philosophy Online - tonnes of texts, articles, links, utilities, this belongs in every section; mostly English
- Medicina Antiqua - Graeco-Roman medicine
- History of the Ancient World - news and resources
— The So-called Galatae, Gauls, Celts in Early Hellenistic Balkans; Maidens, Matrons Magicians: Women & Personal Ritual Power in Late Antique Egypt
- Διοτίμα - Women & Gender in Antiquity
- Bodleian Library Exhibitions Online
— Khusraw & Shirin, Hebrew Manuscripts as a Meeting-Place of Cultures
— folk studies, witchcraft, mythology, science tags
- Atlas Obscura
— Bats and Vampiric Lore of Pére Lachaise Cemetery
Sorry not sorry.
The men of tumblr unite. Because this is more than fighting the patriarchy, this is fighting for the voice of the people.
THE FUCK DID YOU SAY THE PATRIARCHY WAS UP TO?
I’M ON MY WAY.
Who is this how did you get this numb—THE PATRIARCHY IS DOING WHTA
SAVE SOME PATRIARCH BLOOD FOR US
3:01PM SYDNEY TIME
AW HELL NO
I’M COMIN YOU MOTHERFUCKERS I DON’T EVEN CARE IF THEY DON’T LET ME ON A PLANE
Fucking bro strider come out!! Omg HAHAHAAH I love theses guys
Meanwhile In England……
"Jolly great bit of Tea"
"THE PATRIARCHY DOING WHAT!?!!?!?!"
"Those Bloody Wankers!!!!!!"
"It Looks Like Tea Time Is Going To Have To Wait"
"It’s A Jolly Good Thing I kept My Old Equipment…."
"All Right Old Chaps, Im On My Way!!!"
I just reblogged this, but IT GOT BETTER.
Ladies and gentlemen, the British.
Fucking tally ho omggggg