A gritstone outcrop just below Curbar Edge, the top just catching the early morning sun, Derbyshire, England by l4ts
Queendom’s Insistence, by Ms. Graveyard Dirt
When we discovered the first fly agaric of the year I decided to leave the toadstool behind to open naturally in the wild, but a juvenile toad obstructed my exit route.
While still pivoting from that near-fatal encounter I caught a glimpse of #20’s bone-white remains in an adjacent hedge. A month after stashing the roadkill deer in the protective care of low-hanging pine boughs the young buck was completely devoid of soft tissue - although liberally decorated with pine needles - and was ready to come home.
After two interrupted attempts to leave I finally bowed to pressure and picked the unopened toadstool at the queendom’s insistence.
DISCLAIMER: If you decide to reblog any of my roadkill pictures please keep all of the relevant information (i.e., name, title and Flickr link) with the image. (Why?)
I hope you have unpleasent feelings- A hex inspired by Anyanka, a lovely vengeance demon.
It’s very simple, usually this works best out of a spur of the moment intense feeling of anger, annoyance etc. If you have access to something gross feeling, use it. But really it’s about energy, visualization, and helping with controlling intense wrathful emotions.
- You need your mind
- Your emotions
- Optional: An object to destroy, something that feels very unpleasent.
Make sure this is temporary, something like this can cause a ton of harm unchecked. Granted I am not responsible for your actions if you choose to do this.
For the hex:
Imagine the target plagued with the feeling of everything they touch is incredibly unpleasant: painful, gross, sticky,sharp etc.
Forcing them to feel or cover them with the sensations.
Fuel all of your energy, emotions, and thoughts in causing them as much discomfort as you can.
If you need, create a connection between them, you, and an object and destroy the object when you feel they have had enough.
Fluorite - Komshejeh Mine, Komshejeh, Ardestan County, Esfahan Province, Iran
Amethyst Deceiver - Laccaria amethystina
The purple Laccaria amethystina (Hydnangiaceae), commonly known as the Amethyst Deceiver, is ectomycorrhizal, forming symbiotic associations with hardwoods or conifers in America, Europe and Asia. It produces deep purple, edible mushrooms, that grow among moss and leaf litter under deciduous as well as coniferous trees.
Photo credit: ©Tatiana Bulyonkova | Locality: P´ot´I, Caucasus mountains, Georgia (2012)
The spread cloths for The Wooden Tarot arrived earlier this week! I ordered a few more to sell individually, but I need to see exactly how many I have after shipping kickstarter rewards before I list them in the shop. I won’t be ordering any more so they’ll be super limited.
I totally forgot you were including these with the decks and got really excited all over again.