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Important Dates

Imbolc - Feb 2nd
Ostara - Mar 21st/22nd
Beltane - April 30th/May 1st
Lithia - June 21st/22nd
Lammas - July 31st/Aug 1st
Mabon - Sept 21st/22nd
Samhain - Oct 31st
Yule - Dec 21st/22nd

hippygirl82:


Kitchen witch kitchen tips
1. A quartz crystal placed on or near the stove when cooking makes food taste better 2. A pot of basil herb grown in your kitchen keeps the area safe from evil forces and negative spirits 3. Candles keep their shape better and longer when chilled thoroughly in the refrigerator 4. A witch’s kitchen should never be without a lunar calendar or chart showing the phases of the moon and it’s movement through the wheel of the zodiac 5. A full moon increases extrasensory perception and is the ideal time to prepare and use potions that increase the psychic abilities 6. Love philters and aphrodisiacs should always be prepared during the waxing of the moon. 7. The best time to plant an herb or vegetable garden is when the moon is in Cancer, Scorpio, Libra or Pisces 8. Homemade incense always should be stored in tightly capped or corked jars 9. Homemade magical incenses, sachets and potpourris become more fragrant if aged several months before used. 10. Unlucky influences should be kept away from when cooking or preparing magical recipes, and this is accomplished by stirring in a clockwise direction. 11. An aloe Vera plant should be kept in the kitchen, as its juices are an instant cure for minor kitchen burns 12. Herbal preparations should never be boiled in aluminum vessels, but only in copper, earthenware or Pyrex to avoid contamination of the medicines

hippygirl82:

Kitchen witch kitchen tips

1. A quartz crystal placed on or near the stove when cooking makes food taste better
2. A pot of basil herb grown in your kitchen keeps the area safe from evil forces and negative spirits
3. Candles keep their shape better and longer when chilled thoroughly in the refrigerator
4. A witch’s kitchen should never be without a lunar calendar or chart showing the phases of the moon and it’s movement through the wheel of the zodiac
5. A full moon increases extrasensory perception and is the ideal time to prepare and use potions that increase the psychic abilities
6. Love philters and aphrodisiacs should always be prepared during the waxing of the moon.
7. The best time to plant an herb or vegetable garden is when the moon is in Cancer, Scorpio, Libra or Pisces
8. Homemade incense always should be stored in tightly capped or corked jars
9. Homemade magical incenses, sachets and potpourris become more fragrant if aged several months before used.
10. Unlucky influences should be kept away from when cooking or preparing magical recipes, and this is accomplished by stirring in a clockwise direction.
11. An aloe Vera plant should be kept in the kitchen, as its juices are an instant cure for minor kitchen burns
12. Herbal preparations should never be boiled in aluminum vessels, but only in copper, earthenware or Pyrex to avoid contamination of the medicines

greenpeaceaustp:

Mars and P&G: one just took deforestation seriously, and the other didn’t http://t.co/SGQMIjxKeB #ProtectParadise http://t.co/ub4yQtLTfH

greenpeaceaustp:

Mars and P&G: one just took deforestation seriously, and the other didn’t http://t.co/SGQMIjxKeB #ProtectParadise http://t.co/ub4yQtLTfH

Common Poisonous Plants

pomegranateandivy:

Wisteria—the WHOLE plant

Foxglove—the whole plant

Hydrangea—the whole plant

Lily-of-the-Valley—the whole plant

Chrysanthemum—the flowers are mildly toxic

Oleander—the WHOLE plant

Ficus—the sap

Azalea—the leaves, flowers, and even honey made from the flower

Narcissus (daffodil)—bulbs and flowers are toxic

Iris—undergound stems

Bleeding Heart—foliage and roots

Rhubarb—the leaves

Jasmine—the berries

Yew—the seeds inside the berries and foliage, I wouldn’t eat the berries though to be safe

Cherries—twigs and leaves

Mistletoe—berries

Buttercups—all parts

Nightshade—all parts

Hemlock—all parts

Jimson Weed—all parts

Tomato—leaves

Asparagus—berries

Cicuta (wild carrot, water hemlock, cowbane, false parsley, snakeweed)—all parts

Elderberry—roots

Honeysuckle—the berries

The Rainforest Site Store is having a 25% off sale

Just thought I’d let you know. They have some pretty cool stuff and part of their earnings go to good causes.

"The Rainforest Site focuses the power of the Internet on a specific ecological need: the preservation of the world’s rainforests. Every click on the green “Click Here to Give - it’s FREE” button funds the preservation of vital rainforest habitat. Visit The Rainforest Site and click every day!

When you shop at The Rainforest Site store, each item you buy also helps fund habitat preservation — at no extra cost to you! For each item purchased, 3% to 50% of the item’s retail price will be kept aside to be granted to our charity partners through GreaterGood.org.” - Their Website

Remeber to click the button for all the Greater Good sections to help fund other causes! 

Some of the stuff in the Pagan tag..I just..

plvntqueen:

Everytime I buy new plants I get so happy🙈 {my photo}

plvntqueen:

Everytime I buy new plants I get so happy🙈 {my photo}

Household Tips: Removing Candle Wax

agoodpaganwife:

To remove wax from carpeting you should first scrape away any excess. Then, using a warm iron and a clean cloth or even a paper bag simply place the iron on top of the cloth over the wax and as you iron it will adhere to the cloth instead of the carpet. Continue moving the cloth around as you pick up the wax so you are always using a clean section of cloth. If a little grease stain remains sprinkle on baking soda and let sit overnight before vacuuming which will remove the grease residue and deodorize at the same time! If colored wax leaves a stain, blot with spot remover or carpet cleaner, following label directions.

(Source)

fairy-wren:

(via 500px / Tengmalm owl - finland by Stephane Leroy)

Shower Cleansing and Renewing Spell

tearun:

devoteeofthesun:

tearun:

Items Needed:

  • Liquid Body Wash

  • Shampoo

  • Conditioner

  • A Shower

Step 1:

Undress, step into the shower, and wet yourself completely. Make sure your water is at a comfortable temperature.

Step 2:

Step out from the water, or turn the shower off if you need to, and cover yourself in soap, head to toe. Scrub yourself well, scratch off the old deodorant and dead skin, then put the shampoo in your hair, and scrub it just as well.

Step 3:

Charge the soap and shampoo with all your negative, stagnant, and unwanted or unneeded energy. Have it radiate all the things you want to rid yourself of, whether it be physical feelings, mental feelings, emotional feelings, energy, powers enacted on you, whatever.

Step 4:

Step back under the water, and let the negative energy run down and away with the water. Stand still, letting the excess run away naturally, then go to specifically washing away the soap in the less open areas. While you do this, chant:

Unwanted feelings,

wash away.

Unneeded energy,

pour away.

Stagnant power,

go away.

I am clean and new,

for the day.

Step 5:

When you’re completely rid of soap and shampoo, take the conditioner, put it in your hair, and as you wash it out, chant:

Give me energy.

Give me strength,

to feel clean and fresh,

through long lengths.

Step 6:

Take whatever negative energy you have left, and charge it into spit. Then, turn the water off, and with the last bit of water flowing down the drain, spit into it, and then say:

Out with the old.

In with the new.

Good riddance.

Step 7:

Dry off and get dressed. You should feel clean, cleansed, and renewed.

This is exactly what I needed right now. Thank you.

Glad to be helpful darling. c:

Seashell Powder

the-brambled-way:

You’ll need:

  • 1 heavy duty bag - the thicker the better
  • 1 hammer
  • Seashells
  • Scissors
  • Container (Jar, Bottle, Baggie, Box, etc.)
  • Funnel (optional)

So here is a thing that I did once. Take a large number of small shells - all of one color or multiple complimentary colors or whatever you want - and put them in the thickest bag you can find. Now take your hammer and smash the hell out of em!! I wouldn’t say that goggles would be too overly cautious, but I didn’t use them. I’m a rebel. You’ll obviously want to do this at a time and in a place where smashing things with a hammer is appropriate. This will take a while. Just beat it until you’ve managed to crush as much as you feel you can.

Let it all pool into a single corner of the bag when you’re done. Grip the rest of the bag and cut the tip of the corner containing the shells. Only cut a slit big enough for powder to come out unless you don’t mind chunks. Let it gather in your container and close it up. Tada! Seashell powder! I like to use it for protection, but you can use it for whatever makes sense to you.

(I don’t know if this is already a thing that is common sea witch knowledge. I just did it one day.)

lawsoffateherbal:

Natural Cleaner
Orange peels and vinegar in a quart jar, let stand for ten days, strain and put in recycled spray bottle. Easy, inexpensive, smells good, and is tough on scum. 
My mother used to do this with lemons.
Also a pinch of salt salt makes a decent abrasive if you need some extra scrubbing power. :)

lawsoffateherbal:

Natural Cleaner

Orange peels and vinegar in a quart jar, let stand for ten days, strain and put in recycled spray bottle. Easy, inexpensive, smells good, and is tough on scum. 

My mother used to do this with lemons.

Also a pinch of salt salt makes a decent abrasive if you need some extra scrubbing power. :)

loligrrrl:

im so interested in learning about kitchen witchery and beginners witchcraft!! I’ve started looking through tags and into popular books as well, but if anybody can recommend me good blogs to follow, that would be appreciated!

I have some resources of my blog as well :)

Kitchen witch followers,

I now have a kitchen witchery tag on my sidebar :) 

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