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Call me Jace.
PC Pagan and warlock.

Oath-sworn of Night.
Devotee of She Who Sings Time.
Student of the Blue Eyed Beast.

Bearer of Courage. Naamaka. Clow Magician. Serenitist. Semi-Daedra Worshiper.

About Tags 30 Days of PCP ACNL Store Readings

I’m so fucking mad

there is an anime that could be a wonderful, beautiful lesbian romance

but turns out the female love interest of the lead character is a actually boy who dresses like a girl because he has to (emphasis on has) and despite how she isn’t attracted to men she still falls in love with him

you wanted lesbians? haha sike! You get more hetero!

epicukulelesolo:

thethespacecoyote:

ineloquentformalities:

boygeorgemichaelbluth:

funoftheday:

Instead of caramel apples this Halloween, melt jolly ranchers in a 250 degree oven for around 5 minutes, then pour over your apples. Add edible glitter for the sparkling space effect!

this is kind of genius

WHOA

NIGHT VALE APPLES

Void flavored

(via theknittingfox)

With the help of a certain lovey person, I have a gender neutral solution to preist/preistess that still very much fits within the word set.

Priestich. Pree-stich.

I love it so very much and I’m using it immediately. Anyone else who isn’t binary or is uncomfortable being called either priest or priestess can use it!

I’ve been trying to come up with a replacement for “priestess” since I’m not completely comfortable being called that. I’m more comfortable being called that than “priest” though.

Even with all of the synonyms, most of them have connotations to Christianity and that makes me more uncomfortable than a stranger touching me.

There’s a dated definition of “divine” which refers to a person or follower of a path/religion. I wouldn’t mind being called “High Divine”. There’s always “oracle” or “cleric” or I could even make up a word like prixt or something.

But then you look at the HoN books and the female identiying are always leading as High Priestesses and there is no male or genderfluid/nonbinary equivalent because their society is matriarchal. So I feel like that’s breaking the tenants.

But at the same time, my gender fluidity is between female and neutral so maybe that could work as a priestess or maybe an exception could be made???

idek. I’m just rambling at this point.

autumns-in-egypt:

New Witch here )O( Follow me for a witches dream

agreed. i don’t much like it.

Apparently in the 70’s they called them “hand flowers” because calling it a slave bracelet made people think what I did.

I prefer hand flower honestly.

that is uncomfortable

okay so i looked it up so see if i was misunderstanding

and i was

it’s called that because the ring is attached to the bracelet through a chain and “slaved” through that chain

still a weird name

w h at the f u ck

every single online store I find that isn’t on etsy or whatever has at least three

it’s confusing and like… really???

why the fuck would a “celtic slave bracelet with ring” be acceptable pagan jewelry

why 

crystal-life-technology:

Autumn Tea 

1 tsp Vanilla Black Tea 

1/2 tsp Cinnamon Chips

1/2 tsp Licorice Root

1 pinch Ginger Root

Brew 5 mins

Stones: Carnelian, Yellow Calcite, Golden Feldspar, Petrified Wood.

The stones combined are the colors of fall, the warm energy works with the tea to keep your spirits up and your body at ease. Great for drinking on a cool autumn day, to make you feel cozy.

(via autumns-in-egypt)

californiacrahz:

good vibes

(Source: niccoolleeyy, via oblivioncode)

You’re under no obligation to be the same person you were five minutes ago.
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Grow every second. (via secretasua)

peacefulrays

(via aazhxra)

(Source: edgeandvoidfriction, via oblivioncode)

queerlittlemermaid:

candywarlock:

pastelwicca:

can anyone recommend any good witchy apps for the android?

The only one I personally use is "Pagan Calander" published by JCockrell. It’s pretty good - not very fleshed out as it’s the free version but I might one day buy the full one.

Other ones I just looked at and…

Does anyone know of any good ones for iPhones? ;x

There’s one called “Pagan Altar”, which looks wiccan and  it’s 99 cents. I haven’t used it but it says you can customize it so..? Possibly?

There are plenty of candle apps. There was also a free magazine thing called Discover Magick. It looks… interesting. I downloaded it though. You have to buy each magazine. Not worth it.

Different spell books and what not. I saw the Pagan Calander on there too but I think the only version that exists for the iPhone is the paid one.

(I personally have an android but my S.O. has an iPhone.)

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