Witch Mark – Daisy Wheel

Witch marks are also referred to as “ritual protection marks” or “apotropaic” markings.  The word apotropaic comes from the Greek word “apotropaios” which is translated as “turning away (evil)”. ​- Rachael […]

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Litterae Ignotae

“In the cosmos, all things are interdependent, so that the least of our actions has repercussions to the very borders of the universe. The nature of these consequences obviously depends on […]

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Folk & Cottage Witch

I believe in God, only I spell it “Nature”. – Frank Lloyd Wright  – Truth Against the World: Frank Lloyd Wright Speaks for an Organic Architecture –  

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Sombre Graal

Then, at the back of the chapel, appeared a large silver candlestick on which were burning six candles, and behind the knight, on a table also made of silver, the Holy […]

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Basilique Fantôme

Ghost basilica, huge and imprecise, buried under the tropical forest: two monsters, eaten away by time and all bearded with lichen guard the entrance […] At the other end opens a […]

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A Ghost trapped in Limbo

Left to walk the dark forlorn, From here to eternity. Sometimes I feel so alone, Like no one can see or feel, As a ghost trapped in limbo The only one […]

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Dreaming of lost Faerie Tales

The pandemonium of the mind Faint memories of a distant time Incessant reveries lost within Hidden treasures, enclosed therein Bien loin d’ici Seemingly present, truthfully absent Failing to connect, with the […]

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The Ivy Green

​Oh, a dainty plant is the Ivy green, That creepeth o’er ruins old! Of right choice food are his meals, I ween, In his cell so lone and cold. The wall […]

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Par où la Terre finit

Puisque c’est à la tombée de la nuit que prend son vol l’oiseau de Minerve, c’est le moment de parler de vous, chemins qui vous effacez de cette terre victime. Vous […]

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Tasseomancy

Also called Tasseography, Tasseomancy is the divinatory art of reading tea leaves and coffee grounds. Like Palmistry, it is particularly associated with witches and gypsies who popularised it but it has […]

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