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Full Moon and Cannabis; the best of friends.

Originally posted by ooevilynoo

Notice how everyone (usually) is aware when it’s a full moon? Common phrase is ‘Watch out for crazy folks, it’s a full moon tonight!’ well they aren’t crazy they just don’t know how to handle the energies the moon is throwing at them. Time to use this energy to our advantage, it’s the witch-way after all.

Smokey Mirror Spell

Supplies;

-          Your Altar (however you prefer to set it up, I’m more of non-traditional altar fan myself)

-          A Mirror to set on your altar, at least 8X10 size. Larger mirrors are fine, you can set them behind your altar.

-          Dry Erase Markers (single or multiple colors)

-          Your choice of smoking utensil

-          Your choice of cannabis

With your altar set up place your mirror where you can see yourself in it. Take your markers and write/draw your intentions/sigils/symbols/doodles all over the mirror. Get creative with it, it’s all about you and for you. Once you’re done pack your bowl (or roll your joint/blunt) and let your smoke session begin. Blow each hit on your mirror to help seal your intentions and wishes and activate them. Once you’re done leave your mirror on (or behind) your altar till the next moon phase then place your mirror where you can look at it every day to keep it fresh in your mind. You can do this for as long as you want or need to.

Tips and Tricks!

-          If you use a bong, use moon water as your bong water then pour it outside when you’re done.

-          You can substitute smoking with edibles and it’d work just the same.

-          If you would rather use paint or whatever on your mirror that also is perfectly ok.

Blessed Full Moon Ya’ll

Twinkle
Jeff Rosenstock
Twinkle

While you were asleep
On the couch, watching a movie, smoking weed
Rummaging through the utensils in the kitchen counter,
In the drainer, which one’s sharper.
When the light creeps in
loosen my grip and crawl back into my bed.
Your alarm is set to go off in a half an hour.
Eyes closed. Fake snore. None the wiser.

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Pieter Claesz - Still Life with a Stoneware Jug, Berkemeyer, and Smoking Utensils [1640] by Gandalf’s Gallery

Pieter Claesz (Dutch, 1597/98 - 1660) was one of the most important still life painters of the 17th century. His compositions of ordinary objects are characterised by their harmonious restraint and carefully observed simplicity. This painting features a stoneware jug, a glass berkemeyer (drinking glass), a pipe, a snuff box, dice and shells, objects associated with recreational pursuits like smoking, drinking, gaming and collecting. The monochrome tonality of the still life reflects a general tendency in Dutch painting that can be seen in landscapes of the 1640s by painters like Jan van Goyen and Simon de Vlieger.

[Indianapolis Museum of Art - Oil on panel, 44.4 x 59.7 cm]

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Pieter Claesz - Still Life with a Stoneware Jug, Berkemeyer, and Smoking Utensils [1640] by Gandalf
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Pieter Claesz (Dutch, 1597/98 - 1660) was one of the most important still life painters of the 17th century. His compositions of ordinary objects are characterised by their harmonious restraint and carefully observed simplicity. This painting features a stoneware jug, a glass berkemeyer (drinking glass), a pipe, a snuff box, dice and shells, objects associated with recreational pursuits like smoking, drinking, gaming and collecting. The monochrome tonality of the still life reflects a general tendency in Dutch painting that can be seen in landscapes of the 1640s by painters like Jan van Goyen and Simon de Vlieger. 

[Indianapolis Museum of Art - Oil on panel, 44.4 x 59.7 cm]