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Made these really cute love spell cauldrons for my Etsy shop


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Hello, Lovelies! Please Read Before Scrolling🔮

I’m going to be opening up tarot readings again! I took a bit of a hiatus, but I’m ready to do them again, and hopefully on a regular basis. I will be doing readings for tips(the amount will be up to you). I’m working towards starting a business out of it, so any requests would be appreciated. Please send me a message or an ask if you’re interested! 😊🖤

Paypal: aphroditestears

Venmo: queenofnothing07

Thanks for reading! Here’s a meme for your time!

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Lol I was writting in my bos and she she comes in and turns back a few pages 😒😱.

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Originally posted by nocturnal-stims

Every Greek Deity

// Nature Version //

Artemis // Virgin goddess of the hunt, wilderness, animals and young girls // golden bow and arrow, the hunting dog, the stag, and the Moon

Demeter // Goddess of grain, agriculture, harvest, growth, and nourishment // cornucopia, wheat-ears, the winged serpent, and the lotus staff poppy, barley

Dionysus // God of wine, fruitfulness, parties, festivals, madness, chaos, drunkenness, vegetation, ecstasy, and the theater // Dolphins, lions, tigers, leopards and other big cats, bull, serpent Vines, esp grape, Ivy, fig, bindweed thyrsus, pinecone, phallus

Gaea //Personification of the Earth

The Nesoi //The goddesses of islands.

The Ourea// The gods of mountains.

Aetna //, goddess of the volcanic Mount Etna in Sicily

Amphictyonis // goddess of wine and friendship between nations, a local form of Demeter

Anthousai // flower nymphs

Aristaeus // god of bee-keeping, cheese-making, herding, olive-growing, and hunting

Attis // vegetation god

Britomartis// Cretan goddess of hunting and nets used for fishing, fowling and the hunting of small game

Chloris // minor flower nymph and wife of Zephyrus

Comus // god of revelry, merrymaking, and festivity

Corymbus // god of the fruit of the ivy

Cybele // a Phrygian mountain goddess

Dryades // tree and forest nymphs

Epimeliades //nymphs of highland pastures and protectors of sheep flocks

Hamadryades //, oak tree dryades

Hecaterus //, minor god of the hekateris — a rustic dance of quickly moving hands — and perhaps of the skill of hands in general

Hermes // god of herds and flocks, of roads and boundary stones, and the god of thieves.

Korybantes // the crested dancers who worshipped Cybele

Damneus // “the one who tames(?)”

Idaios // “of Mount Ida”

Kyrbas // whose name is probably a variant of Korybas, singular for “Korybantes”

Okythoos // “the one running swiftly”

Prymneus // “of lower areas(?)”

Pyrrhichos // god of the rustic dance

Ma // a local goddess at Comana in Cappadocia

Maenades // crazed nymphs in the retinue of Dionysus

Meliae // nymphs of honey and the ash tree

Daphne // dryad

Metope // river nymph

Minthe // mint

Oreades // mountain nymphs

Adrasteia // a nursemaid of the infant Zeus

Echo // a nymph cursed never to speak except to repeat the words of others

The Ourea // primeval gods of mountains

The Palici // a pair of rustic gods who presided over the geysers and thermal springs in Sicily

Pan // god of shepherds, pastures, and fertility

Priapus // god of garden fertility

Satyrs / / Satyress, rustic fertility spirits

Krotos // a great hunter and musician who kept the company of the Muses on Mount Helicon

Aphaea // minor goddess of agriculture and fertility

Cyamites // demi-god of the bean

Eunostus // goddess of the flour mill

Persephone // queen of the underworld, wife of Hades and goddess of spring growth

Philomelus // agricultural demi-god inventor of the wagon and the plough

Plutus // god of wealth, including agricultural wealth, son of Demeter

Triptolemus // god of farming and agriculture, he brought agriculture to Greece

Dike // spirit of justice, may have represented springtime growth

Thallo // goddess of spring buds and shoots, identified with Eirene

Auxo // goddess of spring growth

Karpo // goddess of the fruits of the earth

Eiar // spring

Theros // summer

Pthinoporon // autumn

Cheimon // winter

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♒ / 🌔 / ☉
Angel: Eldiah
Planet: Venus
Sign: Virgo
Degree: 15 - 20

Meaning: “Profitable”
Psalm 33:22 : “There shall be Thy mercy, O Tetragrammaton, upon us, as we have hoped in Thee.”

Source: Kabbalah of the Golden Dawn - Pat Zalewski

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Earlier this week, Deb shared information on using planetary energy while practicing 🔥fire magic🔥

Below are some herbs associated with the element of fire and the corresponding planets that can serve as powerful aids while practicing this type of magic ❤️

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my first bit of magick since starting this account: a money jar!

a special thanks to Lady Victoria for helping me with this jar spell. she gave me the strength and focus i needed to channel my energy, and i will be bringing her a special offering for my altar soon.

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So recently I’ve been wanting to get more into reading Tarot and the only way to do that is to, well, do readings! So if your interested in a simple reading (up to three cards) to help me gain confidence in reading, message me! Because I’m new and using this as practice, I won’t be charging. The readings will obviously reflect my inexperience, so I appreciate your patience in advance!

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Pineal Antenna Activation ~ Drunvalo Melchizedek, Zorig Badarch

Pineal Antenna Activation ~ Drunvalo Melchizedek, Zorig Badarch

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