Black Thumb, Green Witch

harmonyinkpress:

I’m putting these up again because apparently I failed horribly at clicking earlier tonight. And at noticing I failed horribly at clicking. And two of the banners we made got left out. Sorry!

So, like I said in the original post, I know I mentioned that we were working on a campaign to increase the variety of submissions we get.

Well, here is the first round of graphics. I know this doesn’t cover everything (even when you consider we deliberately left gay out because we have close to 70% gay stories), but it’s a start.

Feedback is welcome. If there’s an orientation/identity you’d like us to include in our next round, please let me know. We truly want to publish books that represent the whole rainbow spectrum, and we want to spread around graphics and posters that represent that.

For more details, see our submission guidelines.

You will have days where you feel better, and you will have days where you want to die. Both are okay. There is no magical cure. You just need to close your eyes, and trust that the waves will pass, and soon you’ll be able to breathe again.
(via forever-and-alwayss)
When people find out I’m a witch…

beautifullytragicwitch:

How I feel:

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How I really am:

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chronarchy:

This was probably my favorite set of ogam to make, ever. The ogam sign is in the negative (meaning it’s raised up from the wood), and the braille has the English translation of the tree it represents (by request of the person I designed them for). Read more about it.
Also, my Ogham Reference Sheet here on Tumblr…

chronarchy:

This was probably my favorite set of ogam to make, ever. The ogam sign is in the negative (meaning it’s raised up from the wood), and the braille has the English translation of the tree it represents (by request of the person I designed them for). Read more about it.

Also, my Ogham Reference Sheet here on Tumblr…

Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.
Carl Jung  (via corvidae-and-crossroads)

thinkmexican:

Women’s Collective in Mexico Works to Save Bee Species

A group of Indigenous women are challenging ancient social norms in order to preserve an endangered species: the stingless bee known as Melipona Beecheii. Traditionally the prerogative of men in Maya culture, beekeeping is providing this collective with a source of income and a reason to keep the species from going extinct.

Read more about these awesome women maintaing traditional knowledge while creating new businesses in Yucatán: Women Work to Save Native Bees of Mexico [Wired]

Video via Storyhunter

anglepoiselamp:

demonologys:

you people should  learn about the goetic demons like for example:

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this is prince stolas, he is a long legged owl demon who teaches knowledge about astronomy and herbs to anyone who conjures him

whats not cool about an owl demon

He’s so adorable can I keep him