Tag: amulette

Sator Magic Square

S   A   T   O   R A   R   E   P   O T   E   N   E   T O   P   E   R   A R   O   T   A   S This palindrom was first discovered on the floor of a […]

I bring you Gold and Silver Moons

Girl with the burning golden eyes, And red-bird song, and snowy throat: I bring you gold and silver moons, And diamond stars, and mists that float. I bring you moons and snowy clouds, I bring you prairie skies to-night To feebly praise your golden eyes And red-bird song, and throat so white. – Vachel Lindsay […]

Bespoke

Bespoke is an adjective for anything commissioned to a particular specification. It may be altered or tailored to the customs, tastes, or usage of an individual purchaser. Origin: The word “bespoke” is derived from the verb “to bespeak”, meaning to “speak for something”. The particular meaning of the verb form is first cited from 1583 […]

New Blood II

Just a little post to share a few of the new things I’ve created these past months. Some of them were imagined as special gifts for some very special friends, some were custom orders. But most of them will find their way to the shop in january. And some will be with me at my […]

Evolution

It is the power of faith that differentiates authentic Indigenous art from contemporary Indigenous crafts – Froelich Rainey – My “faith”, if there is such a thing, resides in Nature. If there is one thing I worship, it is the pure, inner power of Nature. Its beauties never cease to humble me. I try to […]

Crystals & Moonlight

May magick infuse your life in XXXIV.

The girl with the braided hair

I will soon share several new photoshoots but, until then, here are some images by fashion photographer Pauline Darley, featuring Solweig Rediger Lizlow and her Manaz Runic Amulet. Thanks girls!

Frondes Agrestes

Leaves motionless. The strong pines wave above them, and the weak grasses tremble beside them. – John Ruskin –

La Pedra del Diable

A menhir is a rude monolith set up on end, a great single stone, the base of which is buried deep in the soil. Thus “menhir” seems to be derived from the Welsh or Brythonic maen, “a stone” and hir, “long”. Recent research has established that these monuments are sepulchral in character, and that they […]

To send the noon into the night

To send the noon into the night and break The sunless halls of Hades into Heaven ? Till thy dark lord accept and love the Sun, And all the Shadow die into the Light – Lord Alfred Tennyson –