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Quetzalcoatl(feathered serpent) -one of the most important gods in ancient Mesoamerica -god of learning science, agriculture, crafts and art -brother of Xipe Totec

The traditional Witch’s ladder is made by using three equal length cords (one white, one red, and one black) that are woven together and as they are woven nine feathers of nine different colors are woven in. The creator of the ladder weaves his/her intent into the craft as it is being made. Once finished the Witch uses the ladder as a meditation or counting tool during their spell working....

Belladonna - Deadly Nightshade The Quintessential Witches herb... If you can get hold of it that is :) Atropa Belladonna Poisonous Folknames: Banewort, Deadly nightshade, Devils Cherries, Witches Berry “Gender: Feminine Planet: Saturn Element: Water Deities: Hecate, Bellona, Circe Ritual uses: The priests of Bellona, according to ancient tradition, drank an infusion of Belladonna prior to worshipping Her and invoking Her aid. Bellona is a roman Goddess of War Magical uses: Today…

hex signs: Northern Magic: Rune Mysteries and Shamanism Thorsson’s in-depth primer covers the concepts and practices of Gothic or Germanic magic, the ancient root of English, Dutch, Icelandic, Danish and Swedish traditions. He explores traditional Northern psychology, the religious tradition of the Troth, and concludes with four mini-grimoires on rune magic, galdor staves, hex signs and shamanism.

“Magic Tip ⭐️ pop tea-lights in the oven for a few minutes to heat and loosen the wax / sprinkle with herbs & fairy dust and let harden.”

lexicon mag - " Witch Marks" – Gemma Gary