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Like it says on the tin, I am opening tip-based tarot readings! They aren’t free, but there will not be a set price (at least not for the time being) meaning you can simply pay what you wish, be it $1 or $10. 
I won’t be doing specialised readings, such as Past Life Readings, because they take too much time and energy to do, but any general readings, basic questions and spreads I will happily do. 

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The kotilunak are characters of the Basque traditional Mardi Gras, very similar to joaldunak

They’re typical of Ustaritz, and this week they have started waking the earth up after winter by making the cowbells on their back sound. This also cast the bad spirits from the town, and announce Mardi Gras and spring are coming.

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I decided to start making some oracle cards based off of the Greek gods to use during my readings, and here are the first three: Zeus, Hera and Apollo! ✨

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Hello! Hi witchblr! Baby Witch here!

I has a question for those working with deities and such.

How… do…? I’ve never SERIOUSLY done any witchy things but I want to do so and would like to work with a deity (i keep wanting to spell it like ‘diety'😫).

Should I not do that right away?… Should I start somewhere else and THEN try to work with a deity? IDK

I will say that I’d have to be kinda covert about this bc I’m not in an accepting environment for witchcraft/witchy things.

Also if you could provide some basic tips for a baby undercover witch that’d be great! I’d love to learn as much as I could even if I don’t think I’d vibe with it.



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So idk who it is yet, but I’ve been getting a lot of BIG dad energy from a deity lately? Things like messages in dreams, protective feelings etc…

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Originally posted by naturetvnight

-I offer him moments where I go beyond the chains that binds me
-I offer him compassion when I find those chains to be too heavy to hold
-I offer him kindness in every stray dog I meet when I offer them safety and a meal before finding them a home
-I offer him my rage at the injustices I find in the world, my fight against them
-I offer him the taste of the first piece of meat, it may not satisfy his hunger but I hope it still feeds him
-I offer him my pain when I find myself crawling through life’s most excruciating moments, hoping for solace in a kindred soul
 -I offer him my trust, my hand in his mouth that he will not bite it for he is not a monster but a keeper of his oath
-I offer him my honesty, he will know lies as soon as I tell them, so why hide myself from his eternal hunger
-I offer him my companionship, the eyes of an outsider looking in
-I offer him my emptiness, my head being silent as he speaks in his growls as they fill me with his wisdom
-I offer him my fullness, the breadth of my knowledge and will for him to test in ways he sees fit, so long as it is a lesson to learn
And finally
-I offer him my heart, in trust and faith beyond compassion. I accept his rage and pain, his wisdom and knowing, his emptiness and fullness, all as him. I accept not only the eye of the storm, but the storm he is in its entirety. He is no simple mindless monster.

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Shamanism isnt some ascended spiritual thing, you dont suddenly become a shaman when you ‘unlock your third eye’ or 'ascend to 5D’ or whatever else. It’s not some woke spiritual thing to call yourself a shaman. I am so sick of people (usually white people, even more often americans) making shamanism like this ultimate goal of being spiritual and whatever. I’m sick of it being viewed as this ancient mystical knowledge that ’you too can unlock!’ and sick of seeing posts on tumblr that are like ’awake your inner shaman!’ 'shamans are shamans because they are one with the earth, be like a shaman and become one with mother nature’ 'shamans are these higher beings because of thing-thats-not-connected-to-shamanism-whatsoever’ It’s put on a pedestal of the ultimate spiritual goal and for a lack of a better word, being fetishized in the occult.

Yes shamanism is beautiful and mystical and its powerful but its not powerful because its shamanism. It’s just different. It’s just another form of belief. You know what happens when you have a powerful journey of spiritual awakenings? You become spiritually woke. You know what doesn’t happen? You don’t suddenly become a shaman. You know what you do tho? You appropriate closed practices proving that you’re not actually spiritually woke. Why is it so difficult for some people to just be happy about their personal journey without using labels that absolutely don’t belong to them?

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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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New Course: Elemental Magic!

New Course: Elemental Magic!

Foundational skills in modern pagan magical practice, to enhance your spellwork, support your rituals, and strengthen your natural magical abilities.

I can’t wait!

Note: Images in this post are decorative versions of extracts from the text, over a background image of golden light through a dark forest that forms a tunnel.

Periodically people tell me they’d love to learn magic, but they don’t know where to start so last month I wrote up a little introduction to the Elements of magic as many neopagans (and occultists) in the “Western World” view them. They…


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I would never speak to my mom again if she did this to me.

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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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Hello! I’ve been on quite the hiatus due to school and work for the past few years. I’m excited to be back on Tumblr and I’ll be posting more informational posts for anyone that may need it!

Let me know if you have any suggestions. :)

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