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🌙🐚How to cleanse your home before  bed 🐚🌙

Originally posted by lady-necro-hoffmann

So I’ve seen many spells and rituals made by many witches about how to cleanse, but none have been quite as effective as I would want. So I thought I would make my own using some sea inspired tools! 

you will need:

🕯  2 white candles

🕯  amethyst (for psyche healing, evokes deep sleep)

🕯 black tourmaline (for grounding and purifying, protective, clears energy blockages)

🕯 sea salt

🕯 sea shells (2) 

what to do:

1) take your sea shell(s) and put a little sea salt in them

2) place one shell (with salt inside) nearest your front door

3) place the black tourmaline in the shell on top of the salt

4) take your other shell (with salt inside) and place it at your back door

5) place an amethyst on either side of the shell

6) light your candles as you enchant them with warm, cozy energy and place them in front of or behind your shells. Feel the warmth of the flame, and let it soak into you until you are all warm and cozy inside!

💖 blow out your candle, cozy up into your blankets, and sleep well! wait until the morning to clean up your ritual 💖

(optional) before you start, light some amber and cedar incense (:

Inventoried items for evidence taken from E&D off bodies. They describe a lot of items I’d never seen on them in the library photos or heard about:

JCSO 8702 – Right/Left Black Boots

JCSO 1078 – 12 ¼” Knife with Black Leather Sheath – Right Boot

JCSO 1077 – Black Dagger-Type Knife with 2 Spikes in Black Nylon Sheath – Left Boot

JCSO 8701/JCSO 8703 – Right/Left White Socks

JCSO 8704 – Green/Gray Plaid Boxer Underwear

JCSO 1065 – Black BDU Pants (cut off of body)

CBI 38/JCSO 1097 – 2 Magazines with (9) Live 9mm Rounds Each, Hyper Gas Turbo Lighter – Pants Pocket

JCSO 850-853 – (4) CO2 Cartridge Bombs – Left Pocket

CBI 33/JCSO 1099 – Green Fabric Pouch: (10) Live Federal 2 ¾” 00 Buck Shotgun Shells – Left Pants Pocket

JCSO 1076 – Black Folding Knife, Black Lighter, Wooden Block with Hole, 2 Matchbox Strikers – Right Front Pocket

JCSO 8713 – Wallet with $113.00 & Contents, Leather Case, Matchbox Strikers

CBI 344/JCSO 1098 – Black Fabric Pouch: (Empty) – On Body

CBI 25/JCSO 1066 – Belt & 3 OD (Olive Drab) Fabric Pouches: (1) Fired 9mm [WIN] Casing matched to the Hi-Point From Body

CBI 26/JCSO 1067 – 5 Green Fabric Pouches with Shoulder Straps w/ Clip on Pouch: (12) Live Winchester Super-X 3” 00 Buck Shotgun Shells – Off of Body

JCSO 8706 – White T-Shirt, Black Letters “Natural Selection”

JCSO 8705 – Black Glove (fingerless) – Right Hand

Watch, Matchbox Striker Under Watch – Left Wrist

No Hat or Glasses

CBI 20/JCSO 900 – 12 Gauge Springfield Pump Action Shotgun, Model 67H, 3" Chamber, Serial #A232432 – inscribed “Arlene”

CBI 21/JCSO 901 – Hi-Point 9mm Carbine, Model 995, Serial #A59610 – Mounted with 2 Lasers, Strap Attached to Front & Back of Gun


JCSO 8679/JCSO 8682 – Right/Left Black Boots,

JCSO 8680 – (1) Live “Winchester” 9mm Bullet – In Right Boot

Red Star Medallion containing a Sickle and a Hammer – On Left Boot

JCSO 8681/JCSO 8683 – Right/Left Socks

CBI 29/JCSO 1273 – 3 Green Fabric Pouches with Silver Duct Tape: (5) Live Federal Premium 2 ¾” 00 Buck Shotgun Shells, (2) Live Federal 2 ¾” #8 Extra-Lite/Trap Shotgun Shells – By Upper Stairway Railing, South Section

JCSO 8685 – Blue Plaid Boxer Underwear

JCSO 8684 – Black BDU Pants with Black Belt

CBI 28/JCSO 1102 Beige/Tan Fabric Pouch with Brown Leather Trim marked “Nikon” with the name “Klebold” written on back – Belt

JCSO 864-870, JCSO 873 – (7) CO2 Cartridge Bombs & (1) Pipe Bomb – Left Pocket

JCSO 854-858 – (5) CO2 Cartridge Bombs – Right Pocket

Pocket Watch – Right Pocket

JCSO 8728 – Wallet with Contents, 3 Lighters

CBI 27/JCSO 1101 Black Fabric Nylon Belt w/ Black Nylon Snap Buckle: (13) Live High Brass Federal Premium 2 ¾” 00 Buck Shotgun Shells, (1) Live Brass Federal 2 ¾” 00 Buck Shotgun Shell – Waist

JCSO 1079 – Curved Knife with Spikes in Black/Brown Leather Sheath – On Left Hip

JCSO 8687 – Black T-shirt, Red Letters “Wrath”

Beaded Cloth Necklace

JCSO 8688 – Black Suspenders

JCSO 8686 – Black Glove (fingerless) – Left Hand

JCSO 1100 – Two Matchbox Strikers taped together, 2 Pieces of Silver Duct Tape – Right Wrist
Silver Ring with a Black Stone – Left Hand, Ring Finger

JCSO 1064 – Colorado Avalanche Hat, “A” Emblem on Front, Boston Red Sox “B” Emblem on Back

No Glasses

Earring – Left Ear

CBI 22/JCSO 902 – 12 Gauge Stevens Double Barrel Shotgun, Model 311D, 2 ¾” Chamber, Serial #A077513

CBI 23/JCSO 903 – Intra-TEC 9mm Semi-Automatic Pistol, Model TEC-DC9, Serial #D076305 – Strap Attached to Back of Gun

About “Ghost in the Shell“

I really like all the stuff related to the “Ghost in the Shell” series. At the same time, I know it might be a little tricky to gather the correct order of all episodes and movies of this standout piece of art. So, I’m going to try to help bringing some light into this matter.

Therefore, according to the order of creation and emission (in Japan), it would be the following:

#1 Ghost in the Shell (1995) <– Film

#2 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002) <– 24-episode anime series

#3 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, 2nd GIG (2004) <– 24-episode anime series

#4 Ghost in the Shell: Innocence (or simply ‘Innocence’) (2004) <– Film

#5 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man (2005) <– OVA

#6 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG - Individual Eleven (2005) <– OVA

#7 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society (2006) <– Film

#8 Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (2008) <– Film

#9 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Pain (2013) <– OVA

#10 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Whispers (2013) <– OVA

#11 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Tears (2014) <– OVA

#12 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Stands Alone (2014) <– OVA

#13 Ghost in the Shell: The Movie (2015) <– Film

#14 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Alternative Architecture (or simply “Ghost in the Shell AAA”) (2015) <– 10-episode anime series

On the other hand, according to the timeline of the plot, the correct order would be the following:

#1 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Pain (2013)

#2 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Whispers (2013)

#3 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Tears (2014)

#4 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Ghost Stands Alone (2014)

Instead of these four episodes, you can opt for watching “Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Alternative Architecture”. In any case, you’ll need to watch “Pyrophoric Cult” after these (which are the two last episodes of the so-called “Ghost in the Shell AAA”).

#5 Ghost in the Shell: The Movie (2015)

#6 Ghost in the Shell (1995) or Ghost in the Shell 2.0 (2008)

#7 Ghost in the Shell: Innocence (or simply ‘Innocence’) (2004)

#8 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002) or Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man (2005) <– I’d recommend to watch the whole anime season instead of the short OVA since the OVA focuses on the main plot leaving aside the rest.

#9 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, 2nd GIG (2004) or Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG - Individual Eleven (2005) <– What I previously said is valid for this one too.

#10 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society (2006) <– Film


- “Ghost in the Shell 2.0″ is a remastered and enhanced version of the original film.

- “Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man” and “Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, 2nd GIG - Individual Eleven” are OVAs focused on the main plot of both seasons of the anime series. This means if you have already watched both seasons of “Stand Alone Complex” you won’t discover anything new.

- “Ghost in the Shell AAA” is a compilation of all the “Ghost in the Shell: Arise” OVAs split up in two parts including a new one called “Pyrophoric Cult”.

Finally, I strongly recommend all of you to enjoy with all of them and to immerse in their deep and awesome reflections.

I must have beeen tired… I laid my head back and woke up 2 or so hours later. I’m not sleeping tonight I guess.

So I upgraded my iMac to Sierra. It works but havent tested everything. As long as iTunes shares out my Library and my apps for ripping and converting work I will be good.

Decided to try making Kava using the quick method, it didnt go well. You basically put hot water in w the Kava, blend it for 4-5 mins and strain through the muslin bag. Problem is, it turns the Kava into fine powder which clogs the bag. Took me 20 minutes of slow careful squeezing to get 1 shell out of 2 and a half shells of water + 3tablespoons of kava… and the last of my good Kava.

I ended up squeezing maybe half a shell more out and then all that was left was so fine a silt there’s no way I’d get the water out so it went down the drain and I spent 10 mins rinsing the bag.

Then made 2 tablespoons in the Alluball for 1.5 shells to make 3 total. I need to order more of this Loa Waka, my fave, as I am now out. I have some Borongoru left but its a much different buzz and I dont care for it as much. I usually do 1tbsn of it in 2-3 of the Loa Waka.

The concentrates are still up for grabs, free, just send me a PM with your interest (keeping in mind they are 15% alcohol per 1oz serving, 4 servings between two bottles) and I’ll fire them your way at no cost. A great way to try Kava if you don’t want to drink nasty dirt water but still get the effect.

So anyway, Im having more of that delicious root beer and going to chill and let this Kava work its major and watch something fun.


*hides face* I’m sorry, I wrote a thing that wasn’t prompted, I couldn’t help myself!

Hope someone enjoys it, promise I’m getting through allll the prompts, no matter how long it takes me!

It’s just something I wrote because the whole, “Pliskin survived the explosion with help from a friend” thing was beckoning me to write something sappy. And I did. So here’s Otacon patching up Snake after he gets his ass knocked out. I like to imagine Snake is a big grouchy kitten about getting patched up. Set directly after Shell 2 blows up in MGS2.

*burrows back into trashcan*

Knocked Around

Otasune, PG-13

(Warnings for: Mild Violence, Blood, Bleeding, Injury, Etc.)


Snake hadn’t exactly told him to head towards the blast site. In fact, it would be reasonable to assume that, given an appropriate amount of time, he probably would have done that thing where he yelled at Otacon to stay put under any circumstances.

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Magickal Theory’s First Giveaway!

Soon I will be living out of my new car and I have some old witchcraft/magickal tools that I don’t really utilize in my practice anymore  that I know could definitely be put to better use by another practitioner, rather than just sitting in storage.  So I’ve decided to grow my blog a bit and host a giveaway! Please note that these tools have been used, but I will cleanse each item before shipping (and, unfortunately, due to the lack of money in my wallet, I will only be shipping within the United States).

*5th Place Winner will receive 2 Abalone Shells & 1 Small Conch Shell

*4th Place Winner will receive 1 Small, Metal Dragon Head Box

*3rd Place Winner will receive 1 Yellow Bottle and 6 randomly chosen Candle Dressing Oils

*2nd Place Winner will receive the Mortar & Pestle and 3 randomly chosen Candle Dressing Oils

*1st Place Winner will receive the Metal Cauldron with Claw Base 

(Candle Dressing Oils: Black Art, Cast Off Evil, Commanding, Controlling, Dragon’s Blood, Irresistible, Jinx Removing, Lady Luck, Prosperity.  These oils are not for consumption and should only be used in candle magick.)

To enter, you must be following magickaltheory and like + reblog this post.  You may reblog this post once a day for more entries until February 1st, 2015, when this giveaway will end at 11:59pm.  On February 2nd, I will use a random number generator to randomly select the winners and will publicly announce them on my blog.  Winners must contact me with their shipping info to claim their prize within 24 hours of the announcement or an new winner will be selected for that prize.

anonymous asked:

In your opinion what order should I want Ghost In the shell in? There is a lot of stuff and I wanna see it in order?

They’re set in three different timelines.

Ghost in the Shell > Ghost in the Shell 2 Innocence

Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Border:1 Ghost Pain > Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Border:2 Ghost Whispers > Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Border:3 Ghost Tears(not aired yet) > Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Border:4 (not aired yet)

Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex > Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG > Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society

MH4U: Understanding Sharpness

I’ll be doing a YouTube video on this next week. Sharpness is one of those things we all know is important, but how does it work? How important is it? Let’s find out!

▪️Levels of Sharpness
The first thing you see is that each weapon has different colors (levels) of sharpness, the G rank purple being the highest. Green sharpness is considered Normal in the fact that you do 100% of your potential damage output for both raw and elemental (a little more for raw). Any lower and you do less damage, any higher and you do more.

  • Red: 0.50x attack, 0.25x element
  • Orange: 0.75x attack, 0.50x element
  • Yellow: 1.00x attack, 0.75x element
  • Green: 1.05x attack, 1.00x element
  • Blue: 1.20x attack, 1.06x element
  • White: 1.32x attack, 1.12x element
  • Purple: 1.45x attack, 1.20x element

There are also other benefits from high sharpness: your attacks are less likely to bounce off a hard part of a monster. Some weapons like GL have restrictions on some moves if you have low sharpness.

▪️How sharpness consumption works:
One hit (not attack) uses 1 unit of sharpness (except dual blades which use 0.5 per single blade hit due to the fact that a full single attack always takes two hits). Let’s take a look at the G rank Seregios weapons, they have what we often refer to as a ‘sliver’ of purple which is a value of 10.

This means that after 10 hits, your sharpness goes down a level. There are some special cases in which more than 1 unit of sharpness is used:

  • Gunlance shelling (long/normal): 2
  • Gunlance shelling (spread): 3
  • Gunlance Wyvern’s Fire: 10
  • Gunlance Fullburst: 2x shells (3 for spread)
  • Lance charge (per hit): 3
  • Charge Blade elements bursts: 2
  • Guarding with CB or GS: 2-10

*Any time your attack bounces you lose 2x the sharpness as normal.

*You do not lose sharpness when hitting a teammate with a normal attack

*Seregios melee weapons will restore 5 units of sharpness after 5 evades with the weapon drawn (9 evades if using Lance).

▪️Razor Sharp skill
Arguably one of the best skills in the game, it makes it so sharpness consumption is half. Additionally, if your attack didn’t bounce you have a 50% chance of not losing any sharpness at all. However the best way to think of it is double the sharpness.

That means that the 10 purple above would last 20 attacks instead of 10 (and Seregios weapons restore 5 units at a time which is equal to 10 hits instead of just 5!). That means a longer output of maximum damage, so stronger than fast sharpen. This is also why it’s a hard skill to get early on, and is very hard to pair with sharpness+1, but easy to pair with the end game skill honed blade.

While I have not verified it myself, many claim the because the game throws away decimals after 1, with Razor Sharp a Lance charge hit or spread Gunlance shell take only 1 sharpness.

▪️Hit Stops
A quick note, sometimes if your sharpness is high and you attack a very weak spot the game will appear to dip in framerate. What is happening is the game considers these a ‘deep cut’ and since in theory they do a lot of damage, to help balance dps a longer cutting effect is used.

Sharpness is important so bring whetstones to a hunt and maintain high sharpness. Know the difference between white and purple etc so you can make better decisions when comparing weapons to understand which is the best to use.

Happy hunting!

Cheese Filling/Spread & Suggestions for use

This cheese filling is fantastic in lasagna, manicotti, or stuffed shells. Or, it can be used as a cheese spread on pita, baguette, toast, etc. It can also be dotted onto homemade pizza or spread on pizza dough, rolled up, and baked for Spinach and Ricotta Stuffed Bread. It is a staple around my home. 

This is a moderate to high spoons recipe, mostly because of heavy stirring, but it makes a lot and can be frozen in small portions. Also, the manicotti and stuffed shells can be frozen with sauce in individual serving size containers and heated later in a microwave when you are short on time and need a hearty filling meal.

Items you need:

  • large bowl
  • stirring utensil
  • strainer
  • measuring spoons/cups (optional)
  • cheese grater (optional)
  • knife for mincing garlic (optional)


  • 15 oz ricotta cheese OR small curd cottage cheese
  • 1 lb frozen chopped spinach (thawed and well drained)
  • ½ cup parmeasan cheese (freshly grated or from a can)
  • 2 cups shredded mozzarella 
  • 1 tbsp dried minced onion
  • 2 tsp pizza or italian seasoning blend OR 1 tsp each oregano and basil
  • 1 tbsp minced garlic OR about 2-3 cloves, chopped fine (I buy the jarred stuff)
  • salt and pepper (about ¼-½ tsp each)

Mix all this together in a large bowl, initially it will be very stiff, until well blended. If you want to use this as a spread, cover and refrigerate for a few hours for the seasonings to blend. Or, portion into freezer containers, cover, and freeze for up to 1 month.

Suggested Uses:

Stuffed Shells/Lasagna/Manicotti (It’s all basically the same thing, just different shaped pasta)

Additional Items:

  • 9x13 baking dish and/or freezer containers 
  • large pot for cooking pasta (only for stuffed shells)
  • strainer (for the pasta, only for stuffed shells)
  • pasta (lasagna noodles, jumbo shells, or tube manicotti noodles)
  • 2 or 3 jars marinara or spaghetti sauce

For Stuffed Shells: cook the pasta according to directions on the box, strain and rinse in cold water until at a comfortable handling temperature. You can do this while you are mixing up the cheese filling.

For Shells and Manicotti: Pour a layer of sauce in your baking pan (at least 1 cup, I dump in a full jar). Fill the pasta with the cheese blend and place in the baking dish. Cover with more sauce. Cover with foil and bake at 350F for about 1 hour (1.5 hours for Manicotti).

For Individual Portions of Stuffed Shells or Manicotti: pour ½-¾ cup sauce in freezer container, add in stuffed pasta  (the containers I use hold 3 shells or 2 manicotti), top with 1 tbsp sauce per shell or 2 tbsp sauce per manicotti tube. cover and freeze for up to 1 month.(manicotti should sit in the fridge for a few hours before freezing). To reheat, microwave for 4-5 minutes until it’s hot.

For Lasagna: Pour a layer of sauce in your baking pan (same as above). Spread the cheese blend on 3 dry noodles and place in the pan, cover with sauce. repeat these layers until the pan is full. Cover with foil and bake at 350F for 1.5-2 hours.

Optional: you can layer in cooked and drained ground meat to the pasta dishes.