aka Stickweed

Element: Fire
Planet: Mars


healing, protection, exorcism, repulsion of vampires, and purification of spaces and objects


  • Used to invoke Hecate.
  • Guards against negative magic, spirits, and the envy of others.
  • Hang in the home to bring togetherness to the family or keep your willpower strong.
  • Wear or carry during outside activities to ward off bad weather.
  • Rub fresh, peeled garlic against ailing body parts then throw the garlic into running water to absorb diseases

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Miniature Tigers Covers Weezer’s “No Other One” at Stinkweeds in Phoenix, AZ on 3/8/12.

They also performed “Afternoons With David Hockney” and “Boomerang” at the in-store.


I went to the Modern Art tour last night at the cresant ballroom. It was amazing. All the bands were so kind. Miniature Tigers, my favorite band all tried on my pirate coat and even invited me on stage to do an interprative dance. I have a horrible history with dancing so i just bobbed around awkwardly. but still, On stage with your favorite band! I will remember the concert for a long time. Geographer really stole the show tho. Their creativity and raw musical talent blew me away. For a split second I swear they turned in to angels.Pretty & Nice was first and They had great energy. They sound much better live then they do on any of their recordings. Not to mention Chain Gang. They rocked it like any 8-’s synth band with a modern twist could. God It was such a fantastic concert!

Before the concert was an exclusive close and personal 3 song set at Stinkweeds record store. That was also very nice.

Datura (Datura spp.) POISON

Folk names: Devil’s Apple, Ghost Flower, Jimsonweed, Love-Will, Mad Apple, Madherb, Manicon, Stinkweed, Sorcerer’s Herb, Thornapple, Witch’s Thimble

Gender: Feminine

Planet: Saturn

Element: Water

Powers: Hex-Breaking, Sleep, Protection

Ritual uses: Datura has been used in shamanic practices and religious rites for untold centuries. The Aztecs considered the plant to be sacred.

Magical uses: Datura is used to break spells by sprinkling it around the home/ It also protects against evil spirits.

If insomnia persists night after night, it may be cured by placing some datura leaves into each shoe and then setting the shoes under the bed with the toes pointing towards the nearest wall.

A few datura ;eaves placed on the crown of a hat protects the wearer from apoplexy as well as sunstroke.

Datura is extremely poisonous- do not eat. Sensitive skin may be irritates simply by touching the plant. 

(Source: Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs)

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