Pagan(isms)

Moved .. sort of.

I have a new blog that is more Norse and Northern Tradition based. Since I am not a reconstructionist and dabble in energies and magical aspects, I will keep this blog open and only post on it from time to time.

New blog if you are intrested:


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wiccateachings:

A breathtaking timelapse video of the Blood Moon.

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Leaving Brigid

I have several items I am going to give away to a devotee to Brigid within the next few weeks. I have decided after many years in her service it is time to pass these things on to someone else as much as it pains me to do. I am leaving her service to fully give myself to the Norse pantheon in it’s entirety instead of focusing on a singular Goddess. It’s better to give them to someone who truly wants and needs them instead of them sitting in my altar junk drawer. 

I don’t know when the official giveaway will begin, probably when I can get around to holding it and making sure it gets mailed out in a timely manner. This isn’t a giveaway, just an announcement.

Here are some of the things I will give away.

- 3 Chime candles that were hand poured with corresponding herbs inside of them specifically to honor Brigid.

- A handmade Goddess Brigid poppet doll.

- 3 Brigid prayers to Brigid, one of them I wrote myself as a daily prayer to her that I have never shared so it is special to me.

- A Brigid plaque to put on a shrine or to hang depicting her 3 aspects.

- A prayer strand with real carnelian and red jasper I made myself for daily devotion.

- 2 Pictures of Brigid that will fit a 5x7 frame for your altar or shrine (these were professionally done and printed)

There may be more but that’s what I can remember off the top of my head. Giveaway will probably be soon with the details.

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How to Make a Moon Candle →

natural-magics:

It’s best to use an unscented candle for this project. A pillar is ideal, but you can certainly use a votive or taper. Use the same candle all year long, or for one 28-day lunar cycle, whichever you prefer.

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You’ll need:

  • Rubbing alcohol
  • One white pillar candle
  • Acrylic paints in your choice of colors
  • Candle painting medium
  • Paintbrush
  • Ribbons in colors you associate with the moon (silver, black, white, or blue)

Use the rubbing alcohol to clean any excess oil or grime from the candle before you being. You can just pour a little bit on a soft cloth and wipe it down. Blend your acrylic paint in equal parts with candle painting medium — this is basically a product that helps your paint adhere to the candle. You can find it at any craft store.

Paint lunar or celestial patterns on your candle, and allow the paint to dry. Add ribbons in silver, black and white — be sure to move them out of the way before you burn the candle in ritual! The one in the photo was made with a blue ribbon that had celestial designs on it, as well as blue and silver glitter paint.

Helpful hint - if you don’t like the idea of painting a candle, buy a plain glass hurricane, and paint the glass instead. That way, you can use any candle you like inside it, and you don’t have to continuously repaint new candles.

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thelivingwiccan:

gardenofthequeen:

beewitch:

gardenofthequeen:

merrysundial:

Gorgeous and brilliant!

THAT IS CUTE!!

OMG this is awesome and gives me witchy wood burning ideas for my shop! :D

you should totally make some neat cutting boards!!! :D 
OOOO Like a cutting board with some sigils to help with some witchery in le kitchen 

Oh wow, I am loving all of these ideas.

thelivingwiccan:

gardenofthequeen:

beewitch:

gardenofthequeen:

merrysundial:

Gorgeous and brilliant!

THAT IS CUTE!!

OMG this is awesome and gives me witchy wood burning ideas for my shop! :D

you should totally make some neat cutting boards!!! :D 

OOOO Like a cutting board with some sigils to help with some witchery in le kitchen 

Oh wow, I am loving all of these ideas.

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Reblogged from rajelmoon (Originally from bassiumortis)