1. spiritusarcanum:

    Matthew Venus
    “When Our Lord Lies Interred”
    Mixed Media

    This pice was a part of the OCCULT art show in Salem, MA.

    It designed as an altar dedicated to a specific spirit in the artist’s pantheon. It is compsed of a large fetish bundle which has been crafted using various herbs, bones, sacred object, and wrapped in linen. It rests in a casket filled with roses.

    The casket bears further talismanic pieces along with an antique skeleton key and a pair of crow’s feet.

    Reblogged from: dbananza
  2. Once i was asked to list my favorite writer, my favorite poet and my favorite woman from history
I replied “Valiente”

    Once i was asked to list my favorite writer, my favorite poet and my favorite woman from history
    I replied “Valiente”

  3. set of antique casting bones of a traveling shaman

    set of antique casting bones of a traveling shaman

  4. Reblogged from: slutc0ven
  5. By Doreen Valiente

    Oh, i have been beyond the town,
    Where nightshade black and mandrake grow,
    And i have herd and i have seen
    What righteous folk would fear to know!

    For i have heard, at still midnight,
    Upon the hilltop far, forlorn,
    With note that echoed through the dark,
    The winding of the heathen horn.

    And i have seen the fire aglow,
    And glinting from he magic sword,
    And with the inner eye beheld
    The Hornéd One, he sabbat’s lord.

    We drank the wine, and broke the bread,
    And ate it in he Old One’s name.
    We linked our hands to to make a ring,
    And laughed and leaped the Sabbat game.

    Oh, little do the townsfolk reck,
    When dull they lie within their bed!
    Beyond the streets, beneath the stars,
    A merry round the witches tread!

    And round and round the circle spun,
    Until the gates swung wide ajar,
    That bar the boundaries of earth
    From faery realms that shine afar.

  6. enfant-symptome:

St Benedictus, Muri, Switzerland, 1681.
Photo by Paul Koudounaris

    enfant-symptome:

    St Benedictus, Muri, Switzerland, 1681.

    Photo by Paul Koudounaris

    Reblogged from: taintedsenses
  7. Reblogged from: bellathewitch
  8. Baba Yaga, Slavic folktale and, for me atleast, much loved childhood bedtime story, Baba Yaga was a witch who lived in he forest, she traveled around in a massive mortar and pestle, stylish xD

    • Modern witches: we look just like everyone else, the modern witch dosent wear a pointy hat or a black cloak, we don't carry broomsticks and cauldrons, we dress like every day people.
    • Me: oh.
    • ...
    • Okay.
    • ...
    • Guess i'll go get changed.
  9. set of antique casting bones of a traveling shaman

    set of antique casting bones of a traveling shaman

  10. antipahtico:

Behold the Celestial Bridegroom Cometh Study II ~ Nikolaos Gyzis

    antipahtico:

    Behold the Celestial Bridegroom Cometh Study II ~ Nikolaos Gyzis

    Reblogged from: bonging
  11. blackpaint20:

Memento Mori, painted skull with a snake motif and initials, eastern Alps, 19 Century 
    Reblogged from: sonofthecailleach
  12. charryheart42:

babyimreckless:

mi-fanno-bella:

sixpenceee:

walrusex:

fangirlingoverdemigods:

catiescutiecorner:

noplacelikedisney:

mortisia:

1. Frankenweenie (2012)2. Corpse Bride (2005)3. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) 



IM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO NOTICED THIS

I’ve been cheated my whole life.

"Every story has a beginning, a middle, and an end. Not necessarily in that order." - Tim Burton.

WHAT

Wait… What?!

YOU STOP THAT

uuuuh……

    charryheart42:

    babyimreckless:

    mi-fanno-bella:

    sixpenceee:

    walrusex:

    fangirlingoverdemigods:

    catiescutiecorner:

    noplacelikedisney:

    mortisia:

    1. Frankenweenie (2012)
    2. Corpse Bride (2005)
    3. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) 

    IM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO NOTICED THIS

    I’ve been cheated my whole life.

    "Every story has a beginning, a middle, and an end. Not necessarily in that order." - Tim Burton.

    WHAT

    Wait… What?!

    YOU STOP THAT

    uuuuh……

    Reblogged from: techiegoddess102
  13. The ruins of what is believed to be the house of one of the famous Pendle witches…….. anyone else still want to live here? I do ……

    The ruins of what is believed to be the house of one of the famous Pendle witches…….. anyone else still want to live here? I do ……

  14. Reblogged from: princessnaphthalene
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