theparanormalmedium:

Various altar set ups from our circles.

via  equallyaslost  (originally  theparanormalmedium)
12 hours ago on 22 April 2014 ~ 5:32pm 42 notes
drawingdownthemoon:

Moved the altar for more space, now it’s time to get it ready for the Faeries and Ostara. #witchcraft #crystals #pagan #wicca #wiccan #amethyst #cauldron #pentacle #pentagram #blessings #healing #peace #faeries #fae #pixies #faery #fairies #fairy #offerings

drawingdownthemoon:

Moved the altar for more space, now it’s time to get it ready for the Faeries and Ostara. #witchcraft #crystals #pagan #wicca #wiccan #amethyst #cauldron #pentacle #pentagram #blessings #healing #peace #faeries #fae #pixies #faery #fairies #fairy #offerings

via  wyrtwita  (originally  drawingdownthemoon)
12 hours ago on 22 April 2014 ~ 5:31pm 1,532 notes

asksecularwitch:

mrybths:

protection sigils on my ballet shoes.

HOLD UP WAIT A MINUTE.

That’s beautiful.

;3;

via  equallyaslost  (originally  mrybths)
12 hours ago on 22 April 2014 ~ 5:31pm 117 notes
thedruidsteaparty:

The Healer by UnripeHamadryad
via  goddess29  (originally  thedruidsteaparty)
1 day ago on 21 April 2014 ~ 3:33pm 161 notes
via  goddess29  (originally  mavroasteri)
1 day ago on 21 April 2014 ~ 2:30pm 663 notes

A Quick Spell For Creativity

lodgewitch:

-for when you’re feeling as though you’re lacking in creative inspiration-

For this you just need a yellow candle and something that represents your chosen creative outlet.

  • Light the candle and place whatever you have that represents your creativity in front of it
  • Take in a deep breath and…
via  bookofthedarkmoon  (originally  lodgewitch)
1 day ago on 21 April 2014 ~ 11:15am 83 notes

Aromatherapy Tip of the Week-Ylang Ylang

herbalriot:

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Ylang ylang is basically a tropical tree indigenous to Asia, especially Indonesia. The blossoms of this tree are used to prepare an essential oil that is widely used in manufacturing perfumes as well as in aromatherapy. The ylang ylang essential oil is extracted by steam…

via  goddess29  (originally  herbalriot)
1 day ago on 21 April 2014 ~ 10:22am 67 notes
via  candyshroom  (originally  s-c-h-i-z-o-p-h-r-e-n-i-a-a)
1 day ago on 21 April 2014 ~ 9:54am 437 notes
via  northernulvscum  (originally  who-will-lovee-youu)
1 day ago on 21 April 2014 ~ 9:43am 1,601 notes
Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible God and destroys a visible Nature. Unaware that this Nature he’s destroying is this God he’s worshipping.
~ Anon (via pineconedust)
via  northernulvscum  (originally  eatlivenatural)
1 day ago on 21 April 2014 ~ 9:42am 1,318 notes
via  goddess29  (originally  monhelen)
1 day ago on 21 April 2014 ~ 9:42am 59 notes
enchantedsleeper:

Aphrodite (1902), Briton Riviere

enchantedsleeper:

Aphrodite (1902), Briton Riviere

via  fokkd20s  (originally  enchantedsleeper)
1 day ago on 21 April 2014 ~ 9:15am 2,158 notes
thedeerandtheoak:

Mothers Night is an ancient English pagan ceremony celebrated on 20th December recorded by Bede.
The design is inspired by modern Heathen practice when the day is used to honour the living mothers, the mother goddess and the female spirits of the ancestors.
It shows a Heathen altar with blessing bowl, evergreens and goddess figures. Above the altar protective household spirits watch over the ceremony. Two godwomen (preistesses) are raising toasts to the Mothers with drinking horns.
The six pointed star or hagal rune is a symbol of the goddess Mother Holda.

thedeerandtheoak:

Mothers Night is an ancient English pagan ceremony celebrated on 20th December recorded by Bede.

The design is inspired by modern Heathen practice when the day is used to honour the living mothers, the mother goddess and the female spirits of the ancestors.

It shows a Heathen altar with blessing bowl, evergreens and goddess figures. Above the altar protective household spirits watch over the ceremony. Two godwomen (preistesses) are raising toasts to the Mothers with drinking horns.

The six pointed star or hagal rune is a symbol of the goddess Mother Holda.

via  candyshroom  (originally  blutausnord)
2 days ago on 20 April 2014 ~ 10:31pm 167 notes
When the blood of your veins returns to the sea and the dust of your bones returns to the ground, maybe then will you remember that this earth does not belong to you, you belong to this earth.
~ (via atmosfare)
via  until-lambsbecomelions  (originally  thedruidsteaparty)
2 days ago on 20 April 2014 ~ 9:07pm 47,918 notes
2 days ago on 20 April 2014 ~ 8:51pm 1,864 notes