My Witchery Blog
Hi! I'm Lily, and this is my witchy blog. It's more of a personal thing and an attempt to remember all this witchy stuff. I'm not of a special path, just a lone eclectic. By the way, I'm an Aries, and I do not fuck around.
  • i-am-mishafuckingcollins:

    taco-marco:

    staff:

    starting today all blogs without the following image will be deleted within 24 hours

    i’m not even afraid of deletion. i just want this image on my blog

    every time i see this post its a different picture and every time i reblog it solely for the picture

    (Source: dddderrnsuree, via yorkatron)

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  • earthlyspirit:

    The spiritual journey is simply a voyage of inward understanding. It is learning about YOU, and focusing on the internal components of your soul, in turn radiating outward to collective understanding of the human race, the beings we share this life with, the earth, the universe and further on….

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  • "The Greek gods are persons, not abstractions, ideas, or concepts; theos can be a predicate, but a divine name in the tellings of myth is a subject. We may say that the experience of a storm is Zeus, or that the experience of sexuality is Aphrodite, but what the Greeks says is that Zeus thunders and Aphrodite bestows her gifts. […] The modern historian of religion may speak of "archetypal figures of reality", but in the Greek, locution and ideation is structured in such a way that an individual personality appears has it own plastic being. This cannot be defined, but it can be known, and such knowledge can bring joy, help, and salvation."
    Walter Burkert as cited in Drew Campbell: Old Stones, New Temples. (via lonelyspelltoconjureyou)
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  • "HAKUNA MA’VODKA"
    it means no memories, for the rest of the night  (via suchvodka)

    (Source: xxxl0veleenxxx, via honeycoyote)

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  • tarotwhore asked : Hi! I respect your blog, and I have a question. I've been practicing witchcraft for a while, and wanted to clear something up before I dedicate myself: If I'm drawn to a certain type of magic that is not in my ancestry (like Norse for example) and I tie some beliefs in my craft, is that cultural appropriation? I really don't want to offend anyone by my work, and would love to know. Thanks in advance and are you a Hoosier too?

    cannibalcoalition:

    Yes, I am a Hoosier. From The Region! =D

    This is a heavily-debated topic and there is a lot of controversy revolving around the topic of what is and what is not cultural appropriation. As a person who has some privilege (and who is also not a Norse Pagan), I am probably not the best source. However, this is what I know from discussions that I have been following. 

    There are people within the Norse Pagan community who will tell you that you are not allowed to be part of their community for the reasons that you say. However, those people often align themselves with racist affiliations (using that phrasing to disallow PoC into their community) and you want none to do with them. The deciding factor here is whether or not the religion is closed. A closed religion is one that has specific requirements before one can participate. Some of those requirements may be ancestry, some may be an initiation ritual. 

    From what I know via friends who are Norse Pagans, it is an open path. It is open to anyone willing to dedicate themselves to that path. 

    I am not going to get into what is and is not cultural appropriation in this situation because of how hotly debated some paths are. However, I will open up the floor to anyone who wants to contest Norse Paganism as an open path or if someone would have a more articulate definition. Also, if any Norse Pagans would like to say ‘hello, new person’ and give them a hearty wave. 

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  • ""What a path it has been! I have had to experience so much stupidity, so many vices, so much error, so much nausea, disillusionment and sorrow, just in order to become a child again and begin anew."
    - Herman Hesse, Siddartha"
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  • internetgf:

    h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

    I found this house randomly on Google earth and none of us knew how the hell it got there.

    It’s Bjork’s house, Iceland (her home town) gave her this house and the island for putting Iceland on the map.

    but groceries

    (via rhythm1914)

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  • "You are only free when you realize you belong no place—you belong every place—no place at all. The price is high, the reward is great."
    Maya Angelou  (via hoodoo-seed)

    (Source: vagabroadjournals, via rhythm1914)

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  • realmofspirits:

    Just finished making some handy dandy…

    Oil of Malediction!

    This shit smells so foul like a whiff has me about fall over and it makes me feel like I’m about to puke. Even after it’s been sealed I still feel sick which means it’s perfect! Lol. And extremely deadly toxic.

    It has….

    9 nightshade berries
    3 plucks of nightshade flowers
    3 mugwort leaves
    A piece of water hemlock root
    A seed head of water hemlock
    One leaf, flower, and seed pod of foxglove
    9 black peppercorns
    3 crown vetch flowers
    A red hot chili pepper
    Ground mustard seed
    Poppy seed
    Garlic
    Rattlesnake skin
    Graveyard dirt
    Blood red tombstone moss
    A few sharp shards of black Tibetan quartz
    13 wild rose thorns
    Patchouli oil
    Cinnamon oil
    About two ounces of castor oil
    And then filled rest of the way with olive oil

    (via ravenmoonscauldron)

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  • HOW TO TELL INSTANTLY IF SOMEONE IS A WITCH

    chubbychristianwitch:

    romakast:

    They go weak in the knees and get short of breath when you bring up the topic of jars.

    truth

    (via ravenmoonscauldron)

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  • necturusmaculosus:

    ceruleancynic:

    third-eyes:

    staceythinx:

    Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

    I want all of these, but particularly the phylogenetic tree and the hypercube.

    OMG I WANT THE PHYLOGENY TREE

    (via applesaucebro)

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  • applesaucebro:

    Oh my god my hair is everywhere help me

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  • satsekhem:

    vandigo:

    my-tardis-sense-is-tingling:

    noctom-poetom:

    yokes93:

    yokhakidfiasco:

    kaddy-kablamo:

    buzzfeedrewind:

    Kids today will never understand.

    The LAST ONE omfg

    Used to have fun with the last one

    The last fuckin one

    Oh the struggle was too real with the last one

    lol i just recently got rid of my old hit clips those things were hilarious. like hERE KIDS WANT TO LISTEN TO YOUR FAVORITE MUSIC EVERYWHERE IN TINY CUTE LITTLE CARRY ALONG PLAYERS? awesome take it but also PS YOU ONLY GET 30 SECONDS OF THE SONG BYE *runs away into the night cackling*

    Things this list is missing: 

    • Clippy
    • Floppy drives
    • Computers with both a floppy drive and a CD rom
    • CD rom drives that don’t burn CD’s
    • Dogpile.com
    • Ask Jeeves actually answering your question rather than acting as a search engine
    • Geocities
    • Angelfire
    • When the car eats your favorite tape on a road trip
    • Your music slowly getting more demonic as the batteries die in your TAPE walkman
    • MP3 players that used AA batteries
    • WalMart only having the edited version of the CD you want
    • Having to get off the internet to call someone because skype didn’t exist and you had dialup
    • Forums

    I could go on but its a long list.

    I can’t tell you how weird it is to have some classical shit sound like it’s summoning the Golgotha.

    (via applesaucebro)

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