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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Photo update request of commissioner. Changed eye, darkened ears and made scar more prominent. Hope he likes. :)

When you post random photos off of your cell phone, glad it wasn’t any ugly ones of my face! :I just random art pieces… Thank goodness

Fox blood splatter drawing.  Done with gauche, Prismacolors, inks and watercolors.  Total work time about 8-10 hours (Smaller canvas sized piece).

Oh man I have been wanting to do nothing productive all day… or all week for that matter…  Expect mass postings of motivational spells and chants!  

…when i decide to write them…

Reblogged from moondarkwolf

Looking for a Flight Rising account

I am looking and hoping someone on here would be kind enough to have a spare flight rising account.  I know my blog has *nothing* to do with this game ehehehe… but I am hoping I might get a bite.  I am even willing to trade a few witchy items I have in stock or create an art piece or two for it, depending on how much stuff you have on the account.  Inbox me about it please.  Thanks again!

Reblogged from southernhemispherepagan
belladonnaswitchblog:

southernhemispherepagan:

Homemade Incense 

~If anyone is interested in making their own incense, here you go. I know nothing about making incense though. It’s just easier to buy it lol. So if you have any questions about it, go find someone else to ask XD

belladonnaswitchblog:

southernhemispherepagan:

Homemade Incense 

~If anyone is interested in making their own incense, here you go. I know nothing about making incense though. It’s just easier to buy it lol. So if you have any questions about it, go find someone else to ask XD

Reblogged from magicalnaturetour

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skindeeptales:

African symbols known as adinkra are ubiquitous in Ghana, a beautiful West African country on the Atlantic, situated between Cote d’Ivoire and Togo. On cloth and walls, in pottery and logos, these Asante tribe symbols can be found everywhere.
via pinterest
these can be beautiful finger tattoo ideas

skindeeptales:

African symbols known as adinkra are ubiquitous in Ghana, a beautiful West African country on the Atlantic, situated between Cote d’Ivoire and Togo. On cloth and walls, in pottery and logos, these Asante tribe symbols can be found everywhere.

via pinterest

these can be beautiful finger tattoo ideas

Reblogged from youre-so-dead

Apologies for the Hiatus!

Hey everyone, many apologies for the extended break i took from here.  I had some things i needed to attend to and now that stye are mostly done I have time to get back on here.  I will begin posting more now, rather than just reblogging.  I also will be opening my store envy soon!  So keep an eye out for that too!

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Reblogged from gwathir
gwathir:

Medicinal Hot Chocolate Mix

6 tbsp raw cacao powder 2 tbsp lucuma powder 2 tbsp carob powder 2 tsp maca powder 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp cardamom 1/2 tsp pure ground vanilla powder 1/4 tsp good quality salt like himalayan pink salt or celtic sea salt

For two steamy servings of hot chocolate 2 tbsp Medicinal Hot Chocolate Mix 2.5 cup milk of choice
Note: I think the result is sweet enough on it’s own but you can add some coconut sugar/honey/stevia concentrate or other if desired. Add milk and the 2 tbsp of dry mix to a saucepan, heat gently until lukewarm if you want to keep as much of the nutritional ka-pow as possible. Add sweetener of choice if you wish. Serve with an extra dust of cacao powder. Enjoy!

gwathir:

Medicinal Hot Chocolate Mix

6 tbsp raw cacao powder
2 tbsp lucuma powder
2 tbsp carob powder
2 tsp maca powder
1 1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp cardamom
1/2 tsp pure ground vanilla powder
1/4 tsp good quality salt like himalayan pink salt or celtic sea salt

For two steamy servings of hot chocolate
2 tbsp Medicinal Hot Chocolate Mix
2.5 cup milk of choice

Note: I think the result is sweet enough on it’s own but you can add some coconut sugar/honey/stevia concentrate or other if desired. Add milk and the 2 tbsp of dry mix to a saucepan, heat gently until lukewarm if you want to keep as much of the nutritional ka-pow as possible. Add sweetener of choice if you wish. Serve with an extra dust of cacao powder. Enjoy!

(via thedruidsteaparty)

Reblogged from folkforestwitch

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