Theft Protection Folk Magic

This is something that I got from my mom.  Growing up, my mom was most definitely a superstitious woman and a lot of old school folk magic cames from the idea that you could do things to ward off undesirable things or change an outcome of something. Being asian (southeast) my mom had a superstition... Continue Reading →

Apotrope

An Apotrope is an amulet that uses a symbol such as an eye to ward off the evil eye. It’s design is meant to stare back against evil, to shew it away. Common protection symbols against evil is the Hand of Fatima or the Hamsa. Other symbols or tools can also be used in an... Continue Reading →

Wormwood aka Absinthe

Artemisia absinthium Wormwood Green Fairy Green Madness Artemisia Absinthos Belonging to the Daisy family and apx 40 million years old. This “weed” was known to kill anything (plant) that tried to invade its space and is a wild spreader and known for its bitter taste before it became the popular spirit known to cause hallucinations... Continue Reading →

Garlic

Garlic Allium sativum   In folklore, garlic, as well as leeks and onions were used to protect against evil and was worn during the Black Plague outbreak in the Middle Ages. While it never proved to work against black death, it could be said that the strong smell of garlic and/or onions was enough to... Continue Reading →

The Great Mother’s Grimoire

The Great Mother’s Reapers Seeds are life’s most important ingredient! Having a seed is like having gold. In them contain all the codes to bring life back from the “dead” and from one seed becomes many seeds. The seeds contain the power to nurture and destroy. From poisons to life breathing forests. A shelter for... Continue Reading →

Ice Plants

Carpobrotus edulis   Pic source  These are fascinating plants that come in some of the brightest most vibrant colors I have ever seen with my own eyes.  They are so bright that they glisten, hence the name Ice Plant and can be quite blinding on a clear day.   Okay, technically they are given that... Continue Reading →

Lavender Hummingbird Nectar

I had some lavender leftover and decided to give the hummingbirds a little sum’n extra. My husband and I went out shopping today because a new store opened in town so we checked it out. - old post from another site.  This was in late February before the quarantine. We picked up a new hummingbird... Continue Reading →

Moss, Ferns and Lichens

Ferns Pteridophyta Ferns are about the oldest plant species still alive on Earth and have been around for at least 360 MILLION years which means they have adapted and evolved to survive just about any condition. In the beginning ferns were more like algae but the first to develop an actual plant like system to... Continue Reading →

Ginko

Maidenhair Tree Grandfather Tree Grandchild Tree I-cho ( in Japanese meaning trees like duck’s feet) Pic source The Ginko is classified as a Gymnosperm and is speculated to have evolved from seed fern of the Peltaspermales.  It is also a Conifer and Deciduous except that it doesn’t produce “cones” but rather the fruit grows in bundles... Continue Reading →

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