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I need more blogs to follow and more followers;

little-witchh:

SO
if you have a blog that has any of the following please like or reblog or follow me and I will follow you back!

witchcraft
druidry
paganism
wicca
spells
mermaids
witchy things
nature
wolves
fae things
elf things
hippie things
psychedelic things Pokemon
anything of the sorts

thank you & blessed be!

new witchcraft blog

thefaeriegarden:

so since im a new witchcraft and nature blog,  I need more people to follow!

please reblog this if you go into/post any of the following categories:

-witchcraft
-nature
-wicca
-fairy faith pagan
-know an extensive amount/work with the fae (I’d like to learn as much as possible)
-pagan
-demons
-a lot of crystal/spiritual pictures
-spirits
-astral travel
-auras
-energy work
-anything along those lines

What is Fairy Faith?

thepaganstudygrouppage:

Fairy Faith are folkloric traditions and practices that interact with an enchanted class of creatures that live in a realm connected to ours with some cross over between.

People of most any religious or even an areligious belief system can practice fairy faith.

A partial list of fairy faith…

warnerarchive:

OUT OF THE PAST (1947) Blu-ray Disc - This quintessential Film Noir finally comes to high definition in a crisp and clear presentation of the contrasting shadows Jeff Bailey must stumble through in this saga of seduction and salvation. Based upon the novel “Build my Gallows High” by Geoffrey Homes, director Jacques Tourneur, in collaboration with cinematographer Nicholas Musuraca and a superb all-star cast, succeeded in making the defining film of a genre they weren’t even aware they were working in. Robert Mitchum leads as ex-PI Jeff Bailey, desperate to escape the past he still yearns for. When a stranger arrives in town, the shadows of that past and the misdeeds he committed there pull Bailey back to the femme fatale (Jane Greer) that left him broken and betrayed. Kirk Douglas’ genial gangster nearly steals the show from the magnetic Mitchum. Special Features: Commentary by Film Historian James Ursini.

Drusilla was ready now. Ready to lay her head down upon the soft goose feather pillows that she knew awaited her. It had been a long journey to where they had begun through the European countrysides, China, Africa and now…the Americas. 
She didn’t want to think of the visions she had received as of late. Horrible battles fraught with blood violence and Angelus receiving his soul. She knew that the next fifty years would be glorious for her and Spike. It was his obsession with the coming slayers that worried Dru…..
But for now, she was content with his demeanor. He was her Knight, her Dark Lover. He was the Killer of the Slayer. They feared him. They knew what he could do. But…they would end up being his ultimate downfall.

capturedean's graphic challenge [round 3] 
mirthfulcas vs. awestiles
prompt: the moon
snerkflerks:

sleeping-horizontally:

holdingmythoughtsinmyheart:

what a beautiful person

And to the introverted theatre kids, public speakers with social anxiety, and florists with allergies. 

Somewhere in the distance, Beethoven’s ghost is applauding.

meerareed:

Buffy Meme: [1/6] scenes -

Very well. We will return your soul.

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