1. peach-melba-toast:

Artemis - Greek Goddess of the Wildland

    peach-melba-toast:

    Artemis - Greek Goddess of the Wildland

  2. Songs for Samhain!:A Masterpost of our favourite songs from the serious to the silly!

    thedaggerofsight:

    Here it is guys—3rd time’s a charm! I went through and made sure all the links were updated or fixed. I’ve already added a few songs. I plan to keep updating the list through November 1st, so if you have a song you like that you’d like to add to the list, feel free to submit it! - Dagger C. Wilde

    Chants (some of these audio files have the words spoken before they are chanted)

    Ancient and Strong

    Blood of the Ancients | (alternate link if the ADF one does not work for you)

    Hecate, Cerridwen

    Hoof and Horn

    Album: Songs for the Waning Year by Sharon Knight and T. Thorn Coyle

    Well of Memory

    Pagan Music

    All Hallows Eve by Wiccan Ways

    All Souls Night by Loreena McKennitt

    Artemis by Wendy Rule

    Castle of Arianrhod by Emerald Rose

    Come to the Labyrinth by SJ Tucker

    Ghost of a Rose by Blackmore’s night

    Hecate by Wendy Rule

    Hymn to the Morrigan

    Kashkash by SJ Tucker

    Lily by Kate Bush

    Mordred’s Lullaby by Heather Dale

    Morrigan by Omnia | (additional live recording)

    The Morrigan’s Call by Cruachan

    Morrighan by Damh the Bard

    The Old Ways by Loreena McKennitt

    Ravens by Gaia Consort

    Samhain by Inkubus Sukkubus

    Samhain Eve by Damh the Bard

    Samhain Song by Lisa Thiel

    Song for the Morrigan

    Song of the Witches by SJ Tucker

    Souling Song (Samhain Version) by Kristen Lawrence

    Wonders by SJ Tucker

    Non-Pagan & Halloween Music

    The Arrival and the Reunion by Dead Can Dance

    Bela Lugosi’s Dead by Bauhaus

    Dance in the Graveyards by Delta Rae

    Elyria by Faith and the Muse

    Every Day is Halloween by Ministry

    Gallows Pole by Led Zeppelin

    Gingerbread Coffin by Rasputina

    Grimly Fiendish by The Damned

    The Killing Moon by Echo & the Bunnymen

    Monster Mash

    Season of the Witch by Joan Jett

    Skeletons on Parade by Ludo

    Song of Rising Sun from American Horror Story:Coven

    Spellbound by Siouxsie and the Banshees

    Spooky Scary Skeletons  by Andrew Gold

    Witches by Switchblade Symphony

    Horror Film Themes

    Carol Ann’s Theme (from Poltergeist)

    Theme from Halloween by John Carpenter

    Theme of Tubular Bells (The Exorcist Music) by Mike Oldfield

    Halloween Film Themes

    Hex Girls Concert (all songs)

    I Put a Spell On You (Hocus Pocus)

    Remains of the Day (Corpse Bride)

    This is Halloween (The Nightmare Before Christmas)

    Theme from Halloween Town (DCOM)

  3. charlottesarahscrivener:

From the Carmina gadelica, a book of scottish folk hymns and charms collected in the 19th century

    charlottesarahscrivener:

    From the Carmina gadelica, a book of scottish folk hymns and charms collected in the 19th century

  4. hellboundwitch:

    Domestic Divination with the Housewives Tarot

  5. wildwitchchild143:

This is a sigil, I made it to protect the people of ferguson. The way this works is every time someone new looks at it it makes it stronger, and increases the protection on the people it was intended for. I feel confident knowing that all my followers will see this so it will be pretty damn strong even without being reblogged, but of course reblogging it will help the cause even more :) we no longer have to feel like we can’t do anything to help those people

    wildwitchchild143:

    This is a sigil, I made it to protect the people of ferguson. The way this works is every time someone new looks at it it makes it stronger, and increases the protection on the people it was intended for. I feel confident knowing that all my followers will see this so it will be pretty damn strong even without being reblogged, but of course reblogging it will help the cause even more :) we no longer have to feel like we can’t do anything to help those people

  6. witchqueen:

wheel of the year | Mabon 

It is the time of the autumn equinox, and the harvest is winding down. The fields are nearly empty, because the crops have been plucked and stored for the coming winter. Mabon is the mid-harvest festival, and it is when we take a few moments to honor the changing seasons, and celebrate the second harvest. On or around September 21, for many Pagan and Wiccan traditions it is a time of giving thanks for the things we have, whether it is abundant crops or other blessings.
The harvest is a time of thanks, and also a time of balance — after all, there are equal hours of daylight and darkness. While we celebrate the gifts of the earth, we also accept that the soil is dying. We have food to eat, but the crops are brown and going dormant. Warmth is behind us, cold lies ahead. (x)

    witchqueen:

    wheel of the year | Mabon 

    It is the time of the autumn equinox, and the harvest is winding down. The fields are nearly empty, because the crops have been plucked and stored for the coming winter. Mabon is the mid-harvest festival, and it is when we take a few moments to honor the changing seasons, and celebrate the second harvest. On or around September 21, for many Pagan and Wiccan traditions it is a time of giving thanks for the things we have, whether it is abundant crops or other blessings.

    The harvest is a time of thanks, and also a time of balance — after all, there are equal hours of daylight and darkness. While we celebrate the gifts of the earth, we also accept that the soil is dying. We have food to eat, but the crops are brown and going dormant. Warmth is behind us, cold lies ahead. (x)

  7. whoops this is for the magical girl tarot and yet this is So Not Manga Style
whatever look how fabulous Swords looks I whipped her out in like an hour 

    whoops this is for the magical girl tarot and yet this is So Not Manga Style

    whatever look how fabulous Swords looks I whipped her out in like an hour 

  8. conjoined-cherubim:

    Alchemic symbolism a beautiful visual language. I’m not a fluent speaker, but hopefully my broken alchemic imagery will not make my Hermeticist friends cringe too much. So much of my work comes from my incessant need to romanticize the things I experience everyday. I have a love for the realm of Alchemy because I feel like an alchemist every time I turn on the coffee-maker and every time I combine mixed media into an art piece." - Valerie Herron

    Prints from the Heraldic Alchemy series available at valerieherron.com, signed prints available at opening night show of Custom Cranium, July 14th. 

  9. Mabon Incense Blends

    natural-magics:

    2 parts sandalwood
    2 parts pine
    1 part rosemary
    1 part cinnamon
    1 part dried apple
    1 part dried oak leaf

    ——

    With a mortar and pestle, grind the following:
    Two points of star anise
    Three allspice berries
    Four cloves

    Then, combine with:
    A pinch of dried, ground ginger
    A tsp of ground nutmeg
    2 tsp ground cinnamon
    2 tsp fine dried orange zest

    (source 1, source 2)

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College aged Pagan, doing this for a while. Teaching sometimes. Posts are sporadic.