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  • Soft winter light. Lunchtime walks through the marshes listening to podcasts about the  Druids 🌀🌀🌀
  • Soft winter light. Lunchtime walks through the marshes listening to podcasts about the Druids 🌀🌀🌀

  •  6  2  10 minutes ago
  • Painting Celtic knotwork on a drum. 🌊💧 I'm enjoying creating another commissioned piece of art. 🐉👋🌿🙏
  • Painting Celtic knotwork on a drum. 🌊💧 I'm enjoying creating another commissioned piece of art. 🐉👋🌿🙏

  •  7  1  19 minutes ago
  • Card of the Day ✨ 𝒯ℯ𝓃  ℴ𝒻  𝒞𝓊𝓅𝓈 ✨

Your future joy is determined by the actions you take and decisions you make today. Choose wisely, and stay true to your vision ✨
  • Card of the Day ✨ 𝒯ℯ𝓃 ℴ𝒻 𝒞𝓊𝓅𝓈 ✨

    Your future joy is determined by the actions you take and decisions you make today. Choose wisely, and stay true to your vision ✨

  •  6  1  35 minutes ago
  • Our newest dice set DEATH TOUCH.  I am so loving the red flecks of “blood” spattered everywhere within! Perfect for a necromancer, ranger, Druid...What typed character do you think these dice would best fit?
  • Our newest dice set DEATH TOUCH. I am so loving the red flecks of “blood” spattered everywhere within! Perfect for a necromancer, ranger, Druid...What typed character do you think these dice would best fit?

  •  15  1  1 hour ago
  • This lovely Tibetan quartz ring is now available! I’ve also decided to extend the special for one more day so! for TODAY ONLY. Anyone who purchases something above £50 will receive a Hag ring (£30 value) in your size FOR FREE with your order! That includes any purchases from the new collection and older pieces still in my shop! ✨
  • This lovely Tibetan quartz ring is now available! I’ve also decided to extend the special for one more day so! for TODAY ONLY. Anyone who purchases something above £50 will receive a Hag ring (£30 value) in your size FOR FREE with your order! That includes any purchases from the new collection and older pieces still in my shop! ✨

  •  34  1  1 hour ago
  • It can be frightening to open ourselves up to unknown outcomes. If there is something you’ve been wanting to explore, now is the time. Trust in yourself and the inner strength you posses to get you through to your success. The road may not be smooth but it is worth the ride.
  • It can be frightening to open ourselves up to unknown outcomes. If there is something you’ve been wanting to explore, now is the time. Trust in yourself and the inner strength you posses to get you through to your success. The road may not be smooth but it is worth the ride.

  •  3  1  1 hour ago
  • Give this one a whirl!
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Spellbinding Sisters-Voodoo Practitioners located in Cocoa, Florida USA servicing clients with their Spell work needs worldwide. ✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴
Voodoo dolls, End relationship hexes, Money man doll, Gris Gris bags (mojo bags) Custom Lovers hex, Ding dong hex made by Salubrious Surrey and a variety of Supplies hand made by Solitaire Bon Lavi. 🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞
As always we offer Free email consultations to discuss your situation and see if Spell work would be helpful in your case. Honest, kind and non judgemental we are Salubrious Surrey and Solitaire Bon Lavi, the Spellbinding Sisters! Spellbindingsisters@gmail.com
Follow us 👉spellbindingsisters
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  • Give this one a whirl!
    🌛🌕🌜🌛🌕🌜🌛🌕🌜
    Spellbinding Sisters-Voodoo Practitioners located in Cocoa, Florida USA servicing clients with their Spell work needs worldwide. ✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴✴
    Voodoo dolls, End relationship hexes, Money man doll, Gris Gris bags (mojo bags) Custom Lovers hex, Ding dong hex made by Salubrious Surrey and a variety of Supplies hand made by Solitaire Bon Lavi. 🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞
    As always we offer Free email consultations to discuss your situation and see if Spell work would be helpful in your case. Honest, kind and non judgemental we are Salubrious Surrey and Solitaire Bon Lavi, the Spellbinding Sisters! Spellbindingsisters@gmail.com
    Follow us 👉spellbindingsisters
    www.spellbindingsisters.com (link in bio)
    🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 Reposted from @wiccapedia.author - FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM @wiccapedia.author

    FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM @spellbindingsisters

  •  24  1  1 hour ago
  • Carta a sinistra, Foca, Ròn
La foca è il richiamo del mare, è un entrare nella nostra profondità dell'inconscio. Anche se questo richiamo ci fa paura, perché entrare in noi stessi non è facile, affrontare il nostro io e le nostre paure non è sempre semplice, ma siamo chiamati a questo per una trasformazione e guarigione.

Centro la Lepre ,Geàrr
La lepre ci porta equilibrio o Rinascita intuito è una creatura legata alla Dea Madre. È un tramite tra questo e l'altro mondo. Ci dice che dobbiamo trovare in  noi la volontà di liberarci da ogni blocco o impedimento.
Ascoltiamo il nostro intuito perché ci guidi attraverso la vita.

Destra il Gstto,Cat
Ci mette in guardia ci dice di fare attenzione a non essere troppo concentrati su se stessi. Ah non impigrirsi ma essere perseveranti. A non distaccarsi eccessivamente dalla realtà ma di essere consapevoli delle difficoltà e di affrontarle. 
Bless you 🔮
Morgana 
#oracolodeidruidi #oracolo #witchcraft #wicca #druid #streghe #druidway #magia #tarot #tarotreading #cartomanzia #tarocchionline #tarocchi #intuito #sensitività #letturaditarocchi
  • Carta a sinistra, Foca, Ròn
    La foca è il richiamo del mare, è un entrare nella nostra profondità dell'inconscio. Anche se questo richiamo ci fa paura, perché entrare in noi stessi non è facile, affrontare il nostro io e le nostre paure non è sempre semplice, ma siamo chiamati a questo per una trasformazione e guarigione.

    Centro la Lepre ,Geàrr
    La lepre ci porta equilibrio o Rinascita intuito è una creatura legata alla Dea Madre. È un tramite tra questo e l'altro mondo. Ci dice che dobbiamo trovare in noi la volontà di liberarci da ogni blocco o impedimento.
    Ascoltiamo il nostro intuito perché ci guidi attraverso la vita.

    Destra il Gstto,Cat
    Ci mette in guardia ci dice di fare attenzione a non essere troppo concentrati su se stessi. Ah non impigrirsi ma essere perseveranti. A non distaccarsi eccessivamente dalla realtà ma di essere consapevoli delle difficoltà e di affrontarle.
    Bless you 🔮
    Morgana
    #oracolodeidruidi #oracolo #witchcraft #wicca #druid #streghe #druidway #magia #tarot #tarotreading #cartomanzia #tarocchionline #tarocchi #intuito #sensitività #letturaditarocchi

  •  4  1  2 hours ago
  • The rune of joy, good news and “coming to yourself” also the rune of creative will for those who work with their hands. the good news is I’m bad as fuck and haven’t had a cig in 6 days. Let’s go #seidr #romani #druid #trickster
  • The rune of joy, good news and “coming to yourself” also the rune of creative will for those who work with their hands. the good news is I’m bad as fuck and haven’t had a cig in 6 days. Let’s go #seidr #romani #druid #trickster

  •  4  0  2 hours ago

Top #Druid Posts

  • Eir. Goddess of healing in Norse Mythology. As a Valkyrie, Eir accompanied her battle-sisters. While the other Valkyries chose the slain, Eir would choose who would live and recover, and return to health. 
Folk tradition holds that Eir was invoked in healing rituals using a white flower known as Eirflower. She is associated with copper, which was used in healing ceremonies. Hence I have added her holding a white flower, camomile to be exact. Since there is no Eirflower in the plant species (as far as my research skills go), I figured that it might as well have been another word for camomile, as camomile has many known healing benefits. On the other hand she is holding a sack of copper, which she can use during healing rituals. Around her neck is a sharp object, either a bone or rock, that she uses to cut plants for harvesting.

I've also surrounded her by well known medicinal herbs such as thyme, st.johns wort and echinacea.
Fun fact: before the rise of the male dominated medical institutions of Europe, the healing and medical care of the community in Norse and Germanic countries was largely the sphere of women. Although the Sagas record several male healers, during the pagan period, the role of doctor was women’s work, while men were usually nurses or helpers. If you wish to call upon Eir, you should light a red or green candle, as It was common to do so while praying for healing.

Big thank you to @pye_iv , @southern.pagan.mom , @spell_meme and @brysond for suggesting Eir! 
Hope you are all well, and if not, call upon Eir for assistance! 😄
  • Eir. Goddess of healing in Norse Mythology. As a Valkyrie, Eir accompanied her battle-sisters. While the other Valkyries chose the slain, Eir would choose who would live and recover, and return to health.
    Folk tradition holds that Eir was invoked in healing rituals using a white flower known as Eirflower. She is associated with copper, which was used in healing ceremonies. Hence I have added her holding a white flower, camomile to be exact. Since there is no Eirflower in the plant species (as far as my research skills go), I figured that it might as well have been another word for camomile, as camomile has many known healing benefits. On the other hand she is holding a sack of copper, which she can use during healing rituals. Around her neck is a sharp object, either a bone or rock, that she uses to cut plants for harvesting.

    I've also surrounded her by well known medicinal herbs such as thyme, st.johns wort and echinacea.
    Fun fact: before the rise of the male dominated medical institutions of Europe, the healing and medical care of the community in Norse and Germanic countries was largely the sphere of women. Although the Sagas record several male healers, during the pagan period, the role of doctor was women’s work, while men were usually nurses or helpers. If you wish to call upon Eir, you should light a red or green candle, as It was common to do so while praying for healing.

    Big thank you to @pye_iv , @southern.pagan.mom , @spell_meme and @brysond for suggesting Eir!
    Hope you are all well, and if not, call upon Eir for assistance! 😄

  •  2,285  47  18 January, 2020
  • Art by Andrey Shiskin. 
What did the Druid's practice? Many people assume we can't possibly know what they did but luckily for us this isn't true... Endeavoring to have a meaningful path, we can look to the corroboration of multiple historical sources (quotes, archaeology, literature, traditions passed down) to give us a relatively accurate look into the past and emulate what Druids may have actually practiced. 
Firstly, it's important to remember the Druid tradition lived on in the Bards of the clan systems of Ireland and Scotland right up through the 1700's. 🇮🇪 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Ancient Druids and Celtic pagans or people on the Druidry path today typically would appreciate nature (that they're popularly known for) but people are often happy to discover there is a lot more to it as well. It's a journey that takes practice and time. It's a gradual unfolding of our true and higher selves. 
The following we can safely say the Druids practiced... • Personal development via the arts and creativity such as poetry and musical abilities. • Cultivation and appreciation of knowledge in general. • Cultivating our ability to tell stories. • Perfecting the memory. • Using Ogham, Ogham sticks or wands for spiritual inspiration. • Acquiring knowledge on naturally healing herbs, plants and trees and how to use them. • Using various sacred wood for ritual purposes. • Venerating trees in general. Using various sacred wood for fire festival bonfires. • Celtic language. • Ritualistic and chanting practices. • The belief in the sacred center. • Moving clockwise during rituals. To do otherwise was bad luck. Many patterns found in nature move clockwise in the northern hemisphere and counterclockwise in the southern hemisphere. • Developing our ability or possible ability to predict the future or at least using our insight to anticipate how events will play out. • Valuing our physical form, cleanliness and overall health. 
Continued in comments ...
  • Art by Andrey Shiskin.
    What did the Druid's practice? Many people assume we can't possibly know what they did but luckily for us this isn't true... Endeavoring to have a meaningful path, we can look to the corroboration of multiple historical sources (quotes, archaeology, literature, traditions passed down) to give us a relatively accurate look into the past and emulate what Druids may have actually practiced.
    Firstly, it's important to remember the Druid tradition lived on in the Bards of the clan systems of Ireland and Scotland right up through the 1700's. 🇮🇪 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Ancient Druids and Celtic pagans or people on the Druidry path today typically would appreciate nature (that they're popularly known for) but people are often happy to discover there is a lot more to it as well. It's a journey that takes practice and time. It's a gradual unfolding of our true and higher selves.
    The following we can safely say the Druids practiced... • Personal development via the arts and creativity such as poetry and musical abilities. • Cultivation and appreciation of knowledge in general. • Cultivating our ability to tell stories. • Perfecting the memory. • Using Ogham, Ogham sticks or wands for spiritual inspiration. • Acquiring knowledge on naturally healing herbs, plants and trees and how to use them. • Using various sacred wood for ritual purposes. • Venerating trees in general. Using various sacred wood for fire festival bonfires. • Celtic language. • Ritualistic and chanting practices. • The belief in the sacred center. • Moving clockwise during rituals. To do otherwise was bad luck. Many patterns found in nature move clockwise in the northern hemisphere and counterclockwise in the southern hemisphere. • Developing our ability or possible ability to predict the future or at least using our insight to anticipate how events will play out. • Valuing our physical form, cleanliness and overall health.
    Continued in comments ...

  •  802  17  22 hours ago
  • One of my works in progress. Triple moon goddess with a pentagram in the center.
  • One of my works in progress. Triple moon goddess with a pentagram in the center.

  •  1,432  24  5 January, 2020
  • I’m nearly done inking in this Druid inspired piece, part of a #dnd inspired series I’ll be working on for a new company I’m launching this year with my sister @alliejhackett 🖤 more updates on that to come! 
#druid #drawing #ballpointpenart
  • I’m nearly done inking in this Druid inspired piece, part of a #dnd inspired series I’ll be working on for a new company I’m launching this year with my sister @alliejhackett 🖤 more updates on that to come!
    #druid #drawing #ballpointpenart

  •  6,947  37  11 January, 2020
  • Heyooo! Alright so long story short, I'm streaming lost ember and am 3 minutes late soooo. Have you ever played it? Idk what the game's about, hopefully no babies to lose this time and no dead babies on the way. If you're interested, you can find my twitch link in my bio! Hope to see you there! 😍
  • Heyooo! Alright so long story short, I'm streaming lost ember and am 3 minutes late soooo. Have you ever played it? Idk what the game's about, hopefully no babies to lose this time and no dead babies on the way. If you're interested, you can find my twitch link in my bio! Hope to see you there! 😍

  •  1,665  25  12 January, 2020