trashkingkio  asked:

Psst do you happen to have an app or something that would be good for a virtual book of Shadows? I'm using Evernote right now and building one up but I just wonder if you use something else or if you have a paper copy. P.s. I'm saving up for your book I can't wait to buy it!

I sort of have both. My blog and my website function as online grimoires, in a sense, and I have a few notebooks and three-ring binders that hold additional notes, journal entries, and records of spells that I’ve done.

Apps though…that I do not know. Followers, anyone have suggestions?

(Also thank you for your support! I hope you enjoy the book when you’re able to get it!)

anonymous asked:

Hello! I've just moved close to the sea and there's a spell I'd like to do but I don't know any with sea water!! Do you know of any, if not could you suggest something? I'd like to reconnect with a childhood friend. She's bad at keeping in contact so is there anything that might aid in her making an effort too? Thank you for your time :D

Originally posted by stupidteletubbie

Why use only a little bit of sea water when you can use the entire ocean, darlin?  Here is a simple spell and all you need to do is go out to the sea on the night of a waxing moon.  The waxing moon is the period of time between the new moon and the full moon. Every night, the moon gets a little larger. Any spellwork that requires growth should be done now.  Spells for courage, motivation, inspiration, friendship, elemental magick, healing or luck are best worked during this moon phase.

“Sea, Bring My Friend Back to Me” Spell


–an offering for the Sea (wine, sugar, pretty rocks, flowers)


1.  Take off your shoes and find where the tide is meeting the sand.  Plant your feet firmly, about shoulder width apart.  Shut your eyes and draw in a deep breath.  When the water rushes over the tops your feet, breathe in.  When the tide goes back out, release the breath.  You will become in sync with the sea.

2.  Visualize the happiest of times spent with this friend.  Allow the memories of this person to wash over you, just as a wave would.  Hear their laughter, see their smile, feel the warmth of their spirit connecting with yours.  Continue to match your breaths with the incoming tide.

3.  When you are ready, cup your hands together and whisper,

“Matron Sea, bring my friend back to me.  Let them no longer be a memory.  And if this fate cannot be, let them smile when they think of me.” 

4.  Close one fist to hold your wish.  With the other, collect your offering.  Take one more step into the water and open your palms.  Give your offering and wish to the ocean.  Allow the tide to carry both your spell and intention out past the shore.  


Friendships aren’t always meant to last.  Sometimes, people leave us because they have changed, we have changed, or the friendship wasn’t meant to be.  This isn’t necessarily a bad thing; we are all supposed to grow and change.  When using this spell, we use the words “And if this fate cannot be, let them smile when they think of me” because even if they do not come back, we hope they remember us with happy nostalgia.  

Hope this helps!

Hey guys

I’m still accepting prompts/requests in my Ask box. Anon is fine, or you can take credit–none of us will tease you. I have 10 or so in there right now, and I promise that they will all most likely see fruition–if not right away, then as part of a larger work, or they’ll be added to an existing universe.

At the moment, I’m neck-deep in BFF revisions. Then I have a one-shot that I plan to turn into a two-shot, because the visual of a certain magizoologist peeling a certain Auror’s favorite pajamas off of her won’t leave me alone. That story alone will feature one or two prompts heavily, so don’t be discouraged if I don’t fill it right away.


(Asking me questions is okay, too!)

resident evil 7 biohazard - sentence starters

“It’s over, boy!”
“Oh, no, no, no, no…!”
”Now you gonna get it!”
“This was supposed to be a very special feast.”
“Shut the hell up!”
“You thought you could just slip out before dinner was done?”
“I’m gon’ squash you like a bug.”
“That gun is not gon’ work the way you think it will.”
“Oh boy! Now you look what you done, motherfucker!”
“This is the end, you know?”
“You ain’t gettin’ away!”
“Boy you are nothing’!”
“You came to the wrong house, boy!”
“Welcome to the family!”
“Boys got to eat, got to have his supper!”
“Where’s my little [name]?”
“Hello there! …How you been?”
What’s the matter son.. you outta ammo?
“Here piggy piggy piggy!”
“Where do you think you’re going!?”
“I told you to stay outta here!!!”
“There you are! You gave me quite a scare!”
“I’m sick and tired over being sick and tired of your bullshit.”
“Why are you putting me through this?”
“What have I done to deserve this except open my home and feed you?”
“I don’t understand you at all.”
“You just don’t understand or is it that you just don’t care?”
“You best be thankful.”
”He/She loves you.”
“How many times do I have to tell you, god damn it?”
“There are known unknowns here, and you’ve not paid fucking attention.”
“Don’t move!”
“You’ve been a bad girl/boy.”
“Stay right there.”
“I open my home! I open my heart! And what do you do?!”
“She/He wants us to be a family, god damn it.”
“We love you…Why can’t you see that?!”
“There’s no way out of there.”
“Stay the fuck out!”
“This is beyond the pale, you hear me! Beyond the pale!”
“Come here, my pretties!”
“Lord only knows what you and [name] have been up to.”

dariattic-reblogs  asked:

Hello mama Bree! I'm sorry that my question is more fantasy storytelling than anything, I don't know how to figure it out on my own - what do you think is the distinction between witches, wizards, mages, sorcerers etc, if any?

This is actually an excellent question and one that gets debated here in the tumblr pagan community from time to time. As far as fantasy literature goes, my personal connotations of the words are thus (barring commonly-used gender and alignment stereotypes):

Witch - Heavy use of spells and potions and plants, often capable of seeing things clearly where others can’t or won’t, usually live alone or with other witches or many many cats, not big on combat magics but the first person you want handy if healing or defense or good advice is needed, usually stationary (in storytelling, the witch doesn’t generally come to you, you go to seek out the witch). Do not ever EVER cross one.

Wizard - More partial to spells and cantrips which require deep knowledge of other languages (often old dead ones that few other people know or speak anymore), associated with magic that requires institutional learning, often has an array of specialized magical tools and arcane texts to work with, prone to meddling (for good or for ill), may be versed in combat (or at least offensive) magics.

Mage - User of more elemental magics, either of one particular element or a combination or two or more, also partial to books but more intuitive than wizards, excellent to have in the party as their magical skills tend to be of the practical kind that are useful on long and perilous quests and they don’t need a lot of extra equipment since they can throw together a spell with whatever’s around them.

Sorcerer(ess) - Heavily ritualized magic which requires a great deal of preparation and learning and often requires highly obscure items or substances, often maintains a lair or stronghold because of the amount of devices and research materials required for their craft, generally either the first person you want on your side or the last person you’d want to be fighting.

firsttothedoor  asked:

Hi! I've looked all over your blog and noticed you keep mentioning bay leaf as one of your Big Five, but I can't find a solid defintion on what it does/means. Protection, I've discerned that much, but is there anything more specific?

Bay Leaf is actually a favorite of mine because it’s so versatile. There are several kitchen herbs - in particular Basil, Bay, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sage, and Thyme - that have so many uses in magic that they’re practically all-purpose. In fact, in some literature, Rosemary is named as a substitute for any herb that you may not have to hand, the same way white candles can be substituted for any ROYGBIV candle color you lack for a spell.

In my opinion, this is all for the better. That versatility makes it much easier for a witch on a budget to work spells with simple and largely inexpensive ingredients. (Being able to get your witchy herbs in the spice aisle as compared to having to pay by the ounce for rarer substances from a specialty store.)

Protection is definitely one of the primary uses of Bay in magic, but I’ve found it associated with the following as well:

  • Attraction
  • Banishing
  • Blessing (Home and Busines)
  • Clairvoyance
  • Command
  • Dreams
  • Intuition
  • Love
  • Prosperity
  • Purification
  • Sleep
  • Strength
  • Success
  • Warding (against Evil Spirits, Lightning, & Magical Harm)
  • Wishes

For more information on plant-based secular witchery and practical cottage craft, you can pick up my book, Grovedaughter Witchery, or check out my website.

Hope this helps! :)

anonymous asked:

if my printer is broken, how do u suggest decorating a bujo?

hello! if i can’t print pictures out, i usually use my stickers or put some sticky notes on my pages! there are some great uses of sticky notes in journals i’ve seen recently. 

if you’re having trouble deciding how to decorate, i have a setups tag just for that reason! it shows all the different ways people organize and decorate their bullet journals and planners. :) 

wickedinthesheets  asked:

Hello! I was just wondering if you knew any spells or rituals that would aid in memory, aka helping me to remember my lines for a musical I'm in. I still have a bit of time left, however everything is coming so quickly and I just need an extra boost of confidence to be sure of myself and my lines. Could you please help? Thank you so much for your advice. ☺️🌸

OH HONEY! Let me tell you about an old trick I used to use.

When you’re running your lines, chew a particular flavor of gum or nom on a hard candy. Make it something different from your norms if you chew gum or eat hard candy on the regular.

Then when you go to get ready for the musical, chew the same flavor or gum or have a piece of the same candy during your warmup. Brings everything right back. :)

By the same token, wear a new scent when you rehearse, and then make sure you wear it when you go on stage. Smell in the sense most strongly tied to memory, and it really helps.

Also - rosemary. Rosemary sprigs in your pocket.