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Witchy delights (Soul Cakes)


Merry Meet and welcome back fellow pagans. So as promised i am back with a much more interesting topic for you to indulge in. So Today i come to you with a Recipe from one of my favorite sites Pintrest. 225 more words

Series Of Rare Photos Offers Further Support To Smiling Danzig Theory

Is this a genuine photo of Glenn Danizg smiling? Click to embiggen.

On his website photographer Pat Blashill presents a lengthy slideshow from a 1985 Big Boys performance; lurking in the background of many of these pictures are the members of Samhain (who ostensibly played the same gig). 145 more words

Shit That Can't Be Real Yet Somehow Is

Book Review: Dead, Undead, or somewhere in between

Dead, undead or somewhere in between by J.A. Saare

Available November 4th, 2014

“One bad corpse can ruin your whole day.

Rhiannon’s Law, Book 1… 352 more words

Book Review

BLOG TOUR - GUEST POST & GIVEAWAY: "Caught!" by JL Merrow

Boys in our Books is so excited to welcome JL Merrow to day as she discusses her new release, “Caught!”

Hi, I’m JL Merrow, and I’m thrilled to be here today as part of the… 756 more words

Giveaway

Halloween Collection: Ruby Red Necklace with Obsidian & Skull Key

This piece features rainbow obsidian chips, large black obsidian beads, silver-lined ruby red Czech glass seed beads, silver-plated skull beads and spacers, and a skull key pendant. 160 more words

Baubles & Blessings

Samhain

Samhain
October 31

Samhain and its counterpart, Beltane, are the time of access to the wisdom of the natural world and the Ancestors. The energy that is called forth at Beltane and communion with the nature spirits and the Fae stands as the point of inception and quickening of what will move, expand and grow in its form and scope towards the next opportunity. 2,242 more words

Year And A Day Course

Book review: A Strange and Savage Garden, by Tim Waggoner

Today is a special presentation on The Uncommon Geek. I have been given the opportunity to review Tim Waggoner’s forthcoming novella, A Strange and Savage Garden. 713 more words

Review