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i start my criminology BA today and i’m hella nervous but y’know i’ve done this before, i have one degree so i just have to keep telling myself i can do it again, that i need this, that i need more than just my associates.
i’m chilling in the lobby of the building where my first class is. i have political philosophy (urgh) from 11:45 to 1:00 and then gender & crime from 4:10 - 6:40 tonight. i’ll probably go hit up the local new age-y/pagan shop in between and stare wistfully at their overexpensive products.
hoping for a good day and frankly, a good semester.
I have heard a few people saying that some witchy/pagan shops are being closed down by etsy as they are no longer supporting them. I haven’t found anything to back this up yet and I wanted to see if anyone has heard anything else about this?
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I have just finished making 3 bars of ritual soap for all of your Kemetic bathing needs. You can use this soap that is made from shea butter, natron, myrrh essential oils, and frankincense. Scrub away isfet and negativity so you can present yourself to the Netjeru beautifully cleansed.
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Handcrafted in Alabama, each blend is made in small, one pound batches to ensure quality and freshness.
“I’ve been blending my own herbal teas for years. As an artist and illustrator who works mostly from home, I also drink a LOT of tea. To keep me up, to put me to sleep, to give me inspiration, to help pass the time. Blackquartz Alchemy was born when I was asked whether or not I sell my blends after showing a personal herbal blend to friends. ”
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In the woods there is a cottage filled with interesting things.
The Little Fox who runs the shop is also very welcoming.
Candles sit on every surface and scents fill the air.
The jewelry that dangles and catches light is made with love and care.
Like most of the things inside the shop it all seems one of a kind.
So, come and visit The Little Fox, She really will not mind.
The Little Fox’s Cottage sells very magical things: handmade Candles, Incense, Jewelry ,Wands and many other items to suit all your metaphysical needs.
So I wanted to see if I could get a few opinions real quick –
my parents are looking to start a brick-and-mortar pagan shop here in Mississippi (we’re in an area that would be conducive to it) and they’re looking for suggestions on what people look for when they visit a good, general pagan shop. (I want to say they’ll be starting online though here in the next few months, but I couldn’t say when.)
And I do mean /general/ – with a good mix of traditions from your mainstream Wicca to Kemeticism to Asatru to Hinduism etc – so gimme y'alls thoughts on what might be cool things to have?