A film based around British legends, folklore and the Old Gods.
These guys need a little help - I loved the movie they made called Spirit of Albion which was based on several songs by Damh the Bard and I’m really rather excited for this. If you have a little spare money would you kindly consider donating a dollar or two?
Litha altar 2013. Crystals (l-r) are garnet, tigereye, carnelian, calcite, rutilated citrine, sunstone, agate, red tigereye. Flowers (l-r) are mint, rose, and something red from the front garden; lavender and hydrangea. All are home grown.
Pretty sunsets… :3 Looking out over the front garden.
Honey Moon - rutilated citrine, moonstones, and calcite. Sadly, I’ve forgotten the oil I was vaporising… Flowers in the vase on the left are mint, peace rose, and jasmine; flowers in the vase on the right are lavender, hydrangea, and fuchsia. All are home grown.
Well it’s that time of the month again. You and I need to get along better.
Candle for the death of Sanook and the birth of Man Jai, the newest elephant calf to be born at the Melbourne Zoo. All within a couple of days of each other. Despite the fact it looks green, the candle is actually grey beeswax.
So I created some war water last year. This was my very first time working with Mars and I thought it went quite well. I didn’t take a photo of it, but I offered him a glass of grape juice and a small pile of freshly cooked bacon. Needless to say my room smelt amazing when I went to bed that night. The incense being used is patchouli, and the crystals are sunstone, garnet, black tourmaline, red tigereye, tigereye, and bloodstone.
Oracle of the Imagination - The Moon Water, quartz, smoky quartz, and carnelian.