So Arcane’s trying to get together a mental health support group, which I think is great… but this really ruins it for me.
Like I understand straight up diagnosing etc, but mental health tips? Advice? What the fuck’s the point if we can’t talk about our problems? “Sorry bud, you’ll have to fuck off down a hole, we can’t help you whatsoever. Lol suffer.”
we opened at 11 this morning. i watched an old man literally pry the fucking sliding doors open at 10:43 and stand there just staring into the empty store and my coworker & i were like sir. for the love of fuck
Lemon Verbena - a boost of power, ending relationships
Lime - sourness, bitterness
Lobelia - discord
Mace - misery, strife
Mandrake - misery, strife
Mistletoe - isolation, confusion
Mullein - spirit work, nightmares
Mustard Seed - strife, discord
Myrrh - a boost of power
Nightshade (Belladonna) - discord, illness
Onion - strife
Patchouli - illness
Poke Root - confusion, discord
Poppy Seed - discord
Rue - misery
Safflower - destruction
Spanish Moss - bad luck
Slippery Elm - ending relationships
Stinging Nettle - jealousy, envy, discomfort
Sumac - bad luck
Tobacco - a substitute for any baneful herb
Tormentil - distress, harm, discord
Vetiver - silence
Wormwood (Absinthe) - misery, strife
Yew - spirit work
Yohimbe Bark - impotency
Mars - power, force, energy, war, conflict, jealousy
Saturn - law, justice, chaos, revenge
Neptune - confusion, illusion, chaos
Pluto - death, mystery, crisis
Waning - binding
Dark - destruction, banishing, justice
Black - power, manifestation
DNA (saliva, nail clippings, hair, blood, etc.)
The target’s name written on paper
The target’s signature
An item that belongs to the target
Flying Devil Oil
Disclaimer: I do not condone the unethical practice of collecting or harvesting animal parts, or forcefully obtaining certain biological taglocks. These are just ideas, and I am not responsible for anything you choose to do with them.
I’m so tired of elitism in the witchcraft community.
Don’t believe in emoji spells? Don’t use them.
Don’t believe in jar spells? Don’t use them.
Don’t believe in modern witchcraft? Don’t use it.
But you have no right to say what is real and what isn’t real. If modern witchcraft works for people, you don’t have a right to tell them they’re wrong because they weren’t friends with Aleister Crowley in a past life or some shit. You don’t see modern witches bitching at traditional witches because “omg it’s so outdated!! that book is dusty!!”
Seriously, just live and let live. It’s not that hard of a concept.