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Philip De Vere presents a print from the Bowyer Bible: Sacrifices are brought for Paul and Barnabas Acts 14_13-1: Marillier

On October 14, 1840 The Times of London carried the following notice: “There is at present, in the possession of Mrs. Parker of Golden Square, a copy of Macklin’s Bible in forty-five large volumes, illustrated with nearly 7000 engravings from the age of Michael Angelo to that of Reynolds and West. 170 more words


13 Spirit Expanding Journal Prompts For Your Grimoire

This post contains thirteen journal prompts that will help you to get to know your spirit. The prompts get you to think more abstractly about what your soul essence looks and feels like. 579 more words


16th Century woodcut for Beltane

To begin you may want to check out my woodcut style lino prints for Imbolc and Ostara.

My favourite Pagan festival, Beltane is just over a week away, and in it’s honour I have taken my little witch character, who’s hat has become the A of BeltAne and given her a bunch of May blossom to hold, a bonfire to tend and a smiling sun to welcome in the new. 17 more words


Meeting the Tools: Mystical Manga Tarot

I struggled with purchasing this deck. I mean really, in the depths of my SOUL struggled with purchasing this deck. I had to be daft, mixing an entertainment medium like Anime with something that was – to me – serious business like Tarot? 434 more words


Building Your Own Wheel of the Year

If you don’t really want to tie your practice to the traditional wheel, make your own! The key is to nail down the seasons or times that feel truly significant to you. 386 more words


Sacred Space and Altars

Altars often get this reputation of having to be big beautiful ritual spaces. They are centerpieces, or entire rooms full of magick and intention. It can be so satisfying to put something like that together, but if you do not feel called to do so or even have the energy to upkeep it, that is totally okay. 498 more words


Discovering - Santeria

Santería is oft one of the most misunderstood religious and spiritual practices. It often faces assumptions that its followers are “evil.” When we see Santería mentioned in the media, we are faced with images of animal sacrifice. 430 more words