AutumnSnakeTongue

Hello welcome to my page. I have been a solitary eclectic pagan for around 3 years now and joined here to meet other pagans like me.

I try my best to post things that will help the beginners.

You will find on here:

DIY
Herbology
Natural Medicine
Shaman
Candle Magick
Rune Magick
Tarot
Crystal Magick
Kitchen Witchery
General Witchery
How toe
Etc. Etc.

I am always open to helping others. :) If you ever have a question or two please feel free to come on over and ask me!

****Unless otherwise stated, ALL spells, chants and rituals are written by me!****


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Reblogged from fruitandtea
fruitandtea:

H E R B A L  R E M E D I E S // menstrual cramps
Valerian Root - relieves anxiety, relaxes muscles, improves quality of sleep. contains antispasmodic properties that can ease tension and cramps.
Cinnamon - potent anti-inflammatory properties.
Star Anise - reduces bloating and nausea, promotes regulated flow, disinfects and soothes the stomach, improves digestion.
Ginger - reduces nausea/fatigue associated with menstruation, promotes pain relief in the stomach and digestive system, anti-inflammatory.
Dandelion Root - cleanses stomach and digestive system, reduces headaches associated with menstruation, relieves water retention, reduces bloating and cramping.
Chicory Root - decreases swelling and bloating, regulates appetite, contains mild laxative effect.
DIY Tea Blends
Relaxation: steep valerian root, peppermint leaves, and licorice root in boiling water for 10-15 minutes.
Happy Tummy: steep fresh ginger root (or ginger tea) with cinnamon, star anise, and a pinch of cayenne pepper in boiling water for 15-20 minutes.
Cramp Relief: steep dandelion flowers and roots with hibiscus flower in boiling water for 10-15 minutes. Steep with chicory root for an additional 5 minutes.

fruitandtea:

H E R B A L  R E M E D I E S // menstrual cramps

  • Valerian Root - relieves anxiety, relaxes muscles, improves quality of sleep. contains antispasmodic properties that can ease tension and cramps.
  • Cinnamon - potent anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Star Anise - reduces bloating and nausea, promotes regulated flow, disinfects and soothes the stomach, improves digestion.
  • Ginger - reduces nausea/fatigue associated with menstruation, promotes pain relief in the stomach and digestive system, anti-inflammatory.
  • Dandelion Root - cleanses stomach and digestive system, reduces headaches associated with menstruation, relieves water retention, reduces bloating and cramping.
  • Chicory Root - decreases swelling and bloating, regulates appetite, contains mild laxative effect.

DIY Tea Blends

  • Relaxation: steep valerian root, peppermint leaves, and licorice root in boiling water for 10-15 minutes.
  • Happy Tummy: steep fresh ginger root (or ginger tea) with cinnamon, star anise, and a pinch of cayenne pepper in boiling water for 15-20 minutes.
  • Cramp Relief: steep dandelion flowers and roots with hibiscus flower in boiling water for 10-15 minutes. Steep with chicory root for an additional 5 minutes.

(via belladonnaswitchblog)

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pomegranateandivy:

cloudyowl:

Tawny Owl by smiffyspics

unamused owl is unamused

pomegranateandivy:

cloudyowl:

Tawny Owl by smiffyspics

unamused owl is unamused

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Anonymous said: Do you happen to do tarot readings?

No, I wish.  I am still learning how to read, and i wouldn’t want to offer them to people, try to read them and give them a botched reading… That would not be fun for either of us!  When I get better at them I will definitely do them! ^^

Anonymous said: Do you have to say chants during spells or rituals? I've never done any, I'm on my year and a day, so I don't know if they actually help with any future spell or rituals. Thanks ^_^ you're blog is really helpful by the way

Nope, you can say them when you want!  I like to say them as a quick, on the fly thing.  You could say them during ritual though, there is no right or wrong time to use them!

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morethanphotography:

RUN! by DavidHemmings

morethanphotography:

RUN! by DavidHemmings

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How pissed are you? ;) hope this made you laugh!

How pissed are you? ;) hope this made you laugh!

So along with all my other stuff That I’m going to be selling in my store envy I’m thinking of designing my own tarot card deck…. Im not even sure how much that would cost to make (ill have to research that) but I’m thinking ill do a kickstarter or something for it.  It will be a tattoo style themed deck I’m thinking.

Im also thinking of doing a giveaway before I open my store, just to kick it off.  It’ll be a sampling of some of the things I will be having for sale…

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Reblogged from daffodils-n-dragons
witchcraftings:

miniar:

the-ladies-love-mr-bates:

This is a most helpful spread with interesting results! :3

it’s like a combination of tarot practice and writing practice!I can see this as a “every sunday, lay the spread and turn it into a 1000 word (min) short story” thing… 
I actually might do this myself!

OH MY GODS.
YES. YES THIS WRITER DOTH APPROVE.

witchcraftings:

miniar:

the-ladies-love-mr-bates:

This is a most helpful spread with interesting results! :3

it’s like a combination of tarot practice and writing practice!
I can see this as a “every sunday, lay the spread and turn it into a 1000 word (min) short story” thing… 

I actually might do this myself!

OH MY GODS.

YES. YES THIS WRITER DOTH APPROVE.

(Source: daffodils-n-dragons)

Reblogged from thepaganstudygrouppage

fairybells said: Hi, I was wondering if you may know a spell, charm, deity, or anything that could help me give a little magical push to find a new home. I'm having a hard time finding anything useful.

thepaganstudygrouppage:

Spells to help with self motivation:

Here is a Prezi presentation on deities of the hearth and home that you might find helpful.

Ghost