I’ve been busy updating my website, particularly the Enchanted Jewelry page– make that ‘pages’ now. Enchanted Jewelry has grown to the point that the main page is very full and some people might find it hard to load on their computer. Don’t worry, the main page is still there, intact, but I’ve added individual pages that carry specific items:
There’s also been another change at my online shops this summer:
I will no longer be selling my merchandise internationally. Thank you to all my international customers for your support and enthusiasm. I’ve shipped items to Europe, Great Britain, Australia, Africa, and New Zealand, and it was always thrilling to know that my creations were going round the world.
I’ve stopped international sales just because, as a small cottage industry, I can’t afford the exhorbitant cost of international postage, and passing this cost on to my customers just didn’t seem fair.
The newest item up is Alpaca Silver Bracelets, enchanted, bedazzled, and loaded with magickal energy, ready to go:
You’ll find an assortment of these bracelets in a variety of colors and a slew of spells & enchantements.
Herbs: allspice, basil, blood root, cactus, chili pepper, dragon’s blood,
garlic, ginger, holly, horseradish, mustard, nettle, onion, pepper, pine, radish, snapdragon, thistle, tobacco, wormwood
Stones: bloodstone, garnet, jasper (red), ruby, tourmaline (red
Energies: defensive magick, regaining lost territory, assertion, resolving disagreement, successfully handling disruption, goals
© The Book of Magick
Amythyst Raine 2011
She is the virgin goddess of wisdom, knowledge and commerce. Minvera is the ultimate original feminist, dependent on no one but herself. She never took a mate, but followed her path in the solitary shadows, and it’s in this manner that we often discover ourselves and our full potential. She is a healing goddess, the patroness of doctors and nurses. As an inventor and alchemist, Minerva is attributed with the creation of numbers, muscial instruments, medicines, and machinery.
Today’s Tarot Card
Six of Wands
The six of wands is a card that smacks of victory, the victorious, acclaim, admiration and adulation, achievement, and full-blown in-your-face success. At its best it tells me that the querent has risen to the challenge of meeting goals and ambitions. At its worst—reversed, the six of wands warns me of an expanded ego, pompousness, conceit, and sometimes an obstinate nature. The reversed six of wands shows failure, blocked paths to success, apathy, and a lack of motivation.
Sometimes the character on this card may view himself or herself in any of these positive/negative lights, or this may be how he/she is viewed by others.
When this card pops up in a reading, it may foretell of great potential in a querent and in their life, or a total lack of talent/drive/ambition needed to complete a project-in-progress. The most positive thing about a reversed minor Arcana card is that it can be turned around—it will be totally up to the querent.
© Tarot: A Witch’s Journey
Amythyst Raine 2010
(Also known as Boss Fix Powder)
This Hoodoo formula could be called “Love Fix Powder”. It allegedly forces someone to quit bothering you and leave you alone, halting unwanted romantic and sexual advances. As a bonus, it may also be used to stop any attempts at placing a hex on you.
1. Blend and powder the following ingredients:
powdered newsprint– Preferably from the target’s favorite publication or even a newspaper that has been in their possession
tobacco taken from a cigarette– ideally obtained from that person, but their favorite brand would be a good second choice.
2. Use the resulting powder in any of the following ways:
Sprinkle it where your target is sure to sit on it or step over it.
Sprinkle it to create a boundary of safety for yourself.
Carry it in a mojo bag as a protective talisman.
You’ll find plenty of free spells at my website to fit a wide array of situations and circumstances to meet your needs: