Service Preparations: Fortuna Incense Recipe

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Our upcoming 2017 Blessing Service, which will happen on December 21st, is focused on attracting blessings of all kinds for the coming year, and on releasing and cleansing negativity from the previous one. For it, I have been working on a very special herbal incense, using our most powerful Green Allies – and, just as the altar tree, it has been baptized as Fortuna Incense, because I think it encompasses what I want to provide to my customers through this service: good fortune for 2017.

This incense, as you can see in the pictures, will be made using exactly eight equal parts of the following ingredients:

  • One part is powdered resins; this time, I have mixed and powdered Storax Benzoin, Frankincense and Rose resin (Arabic type) – but any mixture of your choice is fine, as long as it is good quality. This ensures good burning, and adds a soft element of fragrance. And, no matter how many resins you use, they should not be more than one eighth of the mixture.
  • One part Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis); the holy warrior, cleansing and blessing on its way. A plant that is also related to good health and to prosperous businesses, it had to be the first on the formula. For those who need obstacles removed, healing and good luck.
  • One part Canarian Juniper (Juniperus Phoenicea, endemic); emblem of the island of El Hierro, for strength, courage, healing and endurance at all levels. For those who want to achieve ambitious goals, or need extra strength to heal and grow.
  • One part Ginger root (Ginziber Officinalis); equal parts luck, passion and joy, ginger brings opportunity, opens roads, and attracts love and inspiration. For those who want to want to find love, heal relationships and open communication at all levels.
  • One part Cinnamon bark (Cinnamomun Verum); money, money, money! Cinnamon brings wealth, financial growth and all the blessings of abundance. For those who need financial blessings in the upcoming year.
  • One part Moorish Sage (Salvia Canariensis, endemic); the gentle but powerful healer, that brings balance to the mind, body and spirit. For those who need healing of any kind, and for those who are working on personal improvement.
  • One part Dragon’s Blood root (Draco Dracaena, endemic), emblem tree of Tenerife, and the tree with the most famous magical resin in Western magic. The roots are from our own tree, which I have grown from seed, so this is VERY special. For those that need empowerment, psychic and spiritual growth, and guidance.
  • One part Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus Globulus): one of our greatest warriors and protectors; for protection, cleansing, and removal of negativity. For all participants, since we all can use the Eucalyptus’ power.

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Of course, there is more than just the recipe – so much more. After mixing the herbs, the mixture is ensalmada (prayed over) along several days, and will stay at the altar until the 21st, constantly receiving energy from the altar. We have been working on charging the altar for two weeks already, so this incense is going to be quite powerful when offered to the Spirits during the service.

But, creating this process depends on you and your path; all the information I have shared about each plant should be enough so you can build a ritual process for waking it up, that works according to your own path, and your own level of growth.

And, if you want to make substitutions, make them without hesitation, again according to your ecosystem and surrounding Green Allies – but please understand that I cannot help you with that, because I may not know a thing about the green life in your area :). Making this yours is your job.

If you are interested in participating in our Service, you can do so clicking here – it’s really affordable, for those who actually need more blessings!

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Visual Inspirations: Magical Winter Crafts

In this post, I will go through three crafts for your Winter/Christmas/Yule decorations, all filled with magical symbolism but completely non-denominational, and all really discreet – if you have to hide your Bruja stuff from family, these are some good examples to keep your practise alive without feeling alienated from it because of judgemental visitors. The point of these examples is not to make them as I did, but to inspire you to find a deeper relation between you and your direct environment, your home, creating connection between the symbols of winter and your own experience and Ancestry.

Ancestral Candle Bowl

How To: Take a brass bowl, place a glass with a candle on one side, and fill the rest of the bottom with moss – this is Usnea moss, wildharvested. Add shells from your beaches, one vintage ornament for a little sparkle, and a couple of owl feathers from the giant owl that hunts on your neighbourhood.

Magical Why: we are islanders, so winter holidays are beach holidays for many of us, and since we both were raised on coastal towns, the sea is always tied to our family memories. Since most elements belong to our favourite places in Nature, it is energetically tied to them, and to our Ancestry. Shells are a symbol of love (not only for a couple’s love, but also family and ancestral love), feathers a symbol of communication, and the owl a symbol of wisdom. Every time the candle is lit, our Ancestry receives the message of how loved and remembered they are, and how missed they are during winter festivities.

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Lantern Of Blessings

How To: old and rusty garden lantern, bottom filled with wildharvested moss. Add a vintage ornament, a wildharvested pine cone, a huge cinnamon stick and lots of fresh lavender from the garden. On top, a lovely ribbon holds a bell and a smaller sprig of Lavender.

Magical Why: the lantern represents what guides us in the dark, and thus our goals and dreams for the new year to come. These elements of nature attract luck and opportunity (cinnamon), cleansing (moss), susteinance (pine cone), blessing (lavender), and the bell and the ribbon represent joy and family ties, respectively. As the season continues, we may change the contents accordingly, renew the fresh herbs, or add petitions in paper scrolls… options are many!

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Protection And Blessing Magic: Herbal Bundles

How To: In the pic below, you can see two bundles – the one on the left is eucalyptus (dry), and the one in the right, fresh Lavender from the garden. Both were ornamented with a vintage ribbon bow, a bell and a vintage ornament.

Magical Why: herbs own magical properties by themselves – eucalyptus is chosen for protection, and Lavender for a happy and peaceful home :). The ornaments represent our families (one comes from each side), the bells represent joy and laughter, and the ribbons what tie us together.

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And, of course, Herbal Sachets – filled with any combination of herbs of your choosing!

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Service Preparations: The Fortuna Tree

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As most readers know, we have started the preparations for our upcoming Service on December 21. I am very proud to present you our altar’s centerpiece – the Fortuna Tree.

· The tree shape was made entirely of twigs and wool (no nails, and no glue), just as the trellis for the last Noche De Animas Service. That took about three hours of very patient work, since it measures 1 metre tall/1,1 yards.

· The pyramid shape of the structure is a very magical one, that attracts beneficial energy and focuses it on the altar area. To raise energy until the 21st, it will be lit every day for a few hours, and candles and incense will also be added daily.

· I chose the colour scheme of red and gold, because those are the best for the purpose of the Service. Red is blessing and protection; gold is wealth and health.

· The Poinsettia flower grows abundantly here in the islands during the winter, and to me, it is a symbol of love and family.

· The multicoloured lights represent the participants’ wishes, and make for all possible purposes of the Service that may not be covered.

· Just so, absolutely everything is brand new; although I am all for recycling, this time it has a specific magical purpose – to bring in the new blessings with the new year. Also, what I spent on all decorations is my personal gift to my customers – because you are amazing and you deserve it <3.

If you want to participate in our Blessing Service, you can do so at: http://www.brujacarolina.com/product/new-2017-blessing-service-december-21

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Canarian Folklore: November And Saint Andrew

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November 30 is the day of Saint Andrew, one of the Saint more revered in our island. This post is a little homage to him, and to the folklore traditions around his worship in Tenerife, because both Fernando and I are tied to him through our families.

In Puerto De La Cruz, the city where I was born, and were my maternal granndparents lived, Saint Andrew’s feast was celebrated with a tradition named Correr Los Cacharros (Running With The Pots/Tins), which consisted in gathering old tins and pots, tie them to a rope, and run around the cobblestone streets of the town. I participated several years when I was a child, and it was so much fun – it’s one of my most treasured childhood memories. If you know a bit about older magical traditions, I’m sure you have already made the connection – making loud noises, specially by children, is a custom in many places in the world to send away evil spirits and negative entities.

In the town of Icod De Los Vinos, in the north of the island, we have the tradition of the Tablas De San Andrés (Planks Of Saint Andrew). The town is quite famous for its extremely steep streets; on the eve of Saint Andrew’s feast, the fearless Icodenses*  get to the higher point of those streets, armed only with a greased plank of wood, and using it as a seat, just launch themselves down a very, very dangerous race.  Sometimes, they do that in small groups, with three or four racers in the same plank. There is no way of braking, so racers just crash at the bottom of the street on a huge pile of old tires… and survive :D.

*Icodense means citizen of Icod.

The very brave Icodenses :)

San Andrés is also the name of the town where Fernando was born and lived with his family, and where we lived our first two years as a couple. This small town by the sea, which was once the home of Guanche Mencey** Beneharo, has the tiniest and loveliest church dedicated to him (along with Saint Lucia); November is a whole month of special events in the name of the Saint – special masses in his honour, events to showcase folkloric music groups, a procession, and of course, a good ol’ verbena***.

** Mencey was the title given to the Guanche Kings/Chiefs.

*** A verbena is an open-air dance, usually made in the town’s biggest square. It includes live music (traditional and contemporary alike), and food and drinks are sold.

The lovely and tiny church dedicated to the Apostle in the town of San Andrés.

All around the islands, Saint Andrew’s day also marks the date when the new wine is sold; roasted chestnuts, grilled fish and boiled sweet potatoes and yam are the most common food at local festivities. Being a patron of fishermen, and thus of coastal towns, the celebrations usually include maritime events, where fishermen deck their boats with flowers, flags and strings of lights, and parade together near the shore at dusk, usually with one of the boats carrying a statue of the Saint.

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News: 2017 Blessing Service

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In our espiritismo tradition, and in many others, services around the end of the year are very popular, since it is considered a specially lucky and propitious time to attract blessings and personal development in the following year, remove obstacles, and release the old baggage of the year that ends. For the first time, on December 21, day of the Winter Solstice, and a day of special importance for many Pagan and non-Pagan Spiritual Paths, we will be performing a very special 2017 Blessing Service for all our customers.
As always, we will create a unique altar, and make offerings of all kinds to the Spirits of High Light, as well as a drumming session, so they bless the work and its petitioners. After the offerings, every customer will receive a full, double set of prayers, one focused on attracting blessings of all kinds, and one focused on cleansing and banishing negativity.
What is this Service for?
· To attract good luck, opportunities, and new blessings of every kind into your life.
· To empower your health at all levels – physical, mental, and spiritual.
· To bless your home and family.
· To help you achieve your goals, and to help you find new goals.
· To bring you special protection against negative people, circumstances and entities.
· To remove whatever is no longer a blessing in your life, and release the burdens of the ending year.

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Textile Arts: Latest Work And Experiments

I am not joking when I say that this part of my creative work is just as important as any other when it comes to my Magic and my personal power. Leaving aside the fact of how much I personally enjoy creating, textile arts are one of the legacies of my grandmothers and many of my Ancestors, and thus one of the strongest threads (no pun intended) that join me to them.

Spinning and weaving are also part of the attributes of deities all around the world; and even at the most pragmatic level, keeping the learning muscle active will do wonders for your mental health – and once you’ve got the hang of it, all of these arts have tremendous meditative and therapeutical qualities. Whoever dismisses this area of art as something “for grandmas”, is not only seriously insulting grandmas (and I am not taking it) – this person is just a fool.

For those who want to try: You Tube is FULL of astounding tutorials for all of these techniques. Do not be afraid to try something new!

Tapestry Crochet

A technique I’ve wanted to learn for a long time – since I’ve been crocheting for over 30 years, I found the process itself to be very easy, but it was quite taxing on my hands, probably because I tend to crochet very tightly. The little basket below was made with upcycled yarn, and has proven to be extremely useful to carry my knitting extras (scissors, yarn needle, measuring tape and such) around the house, so I am definitely making more of these – just spacing the projects between others, to avoid the dreaded Repetitive Motion Injure.

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The project below looks really nice, but right now it’s in the UFO (UnFinished Object)  row. It’s made using the same technique, but with much finer threads. It caused my left hand to cramp badly after a few hours, so right now I do not know if I will finish it, because it doesn’t make sense to me to do any crafts that worsen my fibromyalgia, when there are so many options to let my creativity loose :).

And, let me add something about UFOS  – although my UFO stash is quite small, they do not worry me or ashame me one bit. Every second I spent doing this, I was learning and honing my technique, and not wasting my time. The fact that it did not become a finished item, or that some UFOS never will, is completely irrelevant for me. As a painter, no one would expect me to complete every sketch into a finished work, or to finish 100% of the paintings I start – but, in the textile arts community, there is this shame of UFOS, as if they were a failure. In my opinion, they are not, at all; they are just steps into your path.

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Spinning

Fernando is the spinner of the house – or, better said, the Winter spinner, because spinning in our summer is just insane. The first day of rain in October is our calendar date to take out the wool and the wheel, and until temperatures rise again around May, he will be spinning enough wool to last through the rest of the year. These are the first two yarns of this year – one made with the colours of our winter, and another one reserved for Christmas crafts:

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Knitting

I am not nearly as experienced as a knitter than I am as a crocheter, so one of my goals this winter is to improve my spectrum of skills about it, starting with learning to work on circular and dpns (Double Pointed Needles). None of these techniques are popular at all neither in Spain, nor in the Canary Islands, so as a child I learnt to knit on straight needles the Spanish way (which is with one needle under your arm), and quickly abandoned it for crochet – once I retook the knitting craft around 8 years ago, it became just a growing frustration, because it was really tasking for my body.

As someone living with a chronic illness, I cannot afford to do crafts that worsen my condition – but, I am very glad to say, dpns have been a total saver for me!  Absolutely no hand or back pain, and the lightness and softness of the wood needles is just delightful. The needles were, of course, made by Fernando, who’s a very skilled wood carver.

The sachet below was made with the yarn I showed you above, and it’s a gift for the musician that offered his music at our latest Noche De Animas Service.

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Christmas is usually a busy season at Bruja Carolina, so I’m starting the Christmas gifts early with this lovely ornament pattern from Little Cotton Rabbits. These have an added challenge – colourwork, something I had never done before, but that I found really entertaining. Yes, I know these are horrible :D – but, considering that these are a) my first real socks; b) my first colourwork; and c) I just started working with dpns – I am quite happy that I managed to follow the pattern from start to finish. There is no way to improve without some horrible first tries!

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Sewing

The best of my embroidery and tailoring is, of course, for my small collection of reproduction dolls. A reproduction doll is a modern copy of an antique doll, made by a doll artist and not by a factory,  and a perfect choice for someone who enjoys sewing – with so many fitting tests, measurements and adjustments, using a real antique doll would be very dangerous (for the doll).  I don’t sell the dolls or the clothing, so this is a permanent work in progress for me; right now, I am working with Angelica, a 24 inch doll from the estate of doll artist Reg Sobey. First, I had to restring her and repair the wig completely, as it was a total mess; that alone took two days of work.

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Below, a detail of the stitching in the shirt’s front, which was improvised. Such a great way to create and explore stitches and new techniques. As always, everything is made from my own patterns, that I create following traditional tailoring, and handstitched from start to finish.

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Below, a before-and-after photos of the shoes, which had to be completely restored as the leather had scuffs and glue stains. Some of the dolls I have were purchased fully dressed by the original makers; I love to reuse/upcycle every piece of clothing, as to show my respect for both the tradition of dollmaking, and for the artist him/herself. Actually, in the picture on the right, you can see an underskirt that I made using an undergarment from another doll – that’s the only machine stitched stuff you will find in my dolls!

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Herbalism: The Rose Of Jericho

The Rose Of Jericho (Selaginella Lepidophylla) is a very common amulet for protection and prosperity among Afro-Latin practitioners. This plant is bought dry, and “resurrected” by placing it in shallow water. I got some new ones the past week, and documented the resurrection process, so I thought it would be a good idea to write a new blog post about this lovely and magical plant.

The Gardener Tips

Other than being in a well-lit place, away from cold air drafts, and getting the water changed weekly, this plant needs no more care – and, if you forget to change the water and it gets dry again, do not worry! You can resurrect them many times. This plant loves dry and warm places, so water should always be at room temperature when you change it; do not add more than 1/2 inch of water, or the plant could rot.

If you live in a humid climate, or if you are putting the plant in too much water, the Rose Of jericho can develop mold easily – just wash it gently under the running tap to remove it, change the water (and add less this time) and move the pot to a warmer place.

An extra tip – I add a small dropper of liquid fertilizer once a month to the water, in order to give the plants the nutrients they need. Plants cannot survive only on water!

The Witch Tips

Most practitioners believe that the water absorbs the negativity around it, so just throw away the water when you change it. Personally, I do not adhere to this belief, but certainly I am not doing anything with water that has been sitting on an open pot for a week, so I throw it away too.

Of course, since it is a protection and prosperity talisman, practitioners sometimes add coins, gemstones or other amulets to the water – that, of course, should be adapted to your specific path, but in my opinion there is no need to add anything if the plant is well cared for. Witch, Keep It Simple is one of my life mottos!

Can you use Blessed water to feed it? Absolutely! In my opinion, all plants are talismans, and all plants have knowledge to teach, so I do this with all my plants – and I swear by this method. Blessed water makes the plant grow stronger, and feeds something of spiritual value to the Spirit that governs the plant.

Can the dry plant be used in prosperity and protection spells? YES. Actually, when I buy mine, I always get an extra one to add to my herbal powders and incenses. So, if you have one, and your weather does not allow you to keep it healthy while “alive”, don’t get frustrated – my recommendation is to let it dry fully and powder it for other magical uses.

And, remember that this is just a plant, and it won’t live forever, no matter how well you care for it. I usually change mine yearly for new ones, and let the old plant dry completely for spellwork use.

In the following pictures, the process of the resurrection – the first one below these lines is a picture of the dry plants, just as they were bought.

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After about an hour of being in water – you can already see green spots on the inner parts of the plant.

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After three hours, unfurling beautifully!

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About 24 hours later, fully opened and regaining their lovely green colour.

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After about a week, fully open, and moved to a larger pot.

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Urban Gardening: The Garden In October

This post is a compilation of all the garden pictures that haven’t been posted already, all of them taken through the month of October. I like to keep a good archive of photographs for gardening documentation and for future articles, but a lot of them never get published because other posts and images take priority. As the month ends, I am gathering them together with a few magical tips, so all readers can enjoy the beauty – and may it inspire you to create your own urban garden!

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The Mastic trees keep flowering, and all the flying insects in the neighbourhood keep loving it daily. It does not seem to be going into seed, but it may be too soon to know.

The Mastic Tree (Pistacia Lentiscus) is an extremely holy and powerful tree, full of properties – specially the resin, which can be used in many ways, from toothpaste to varnish, from incense to food flavouring, from perfume to medicine. This is actually one of the several plants that could be the main ingredient in the Bible’s Balm Of Gilead.

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The linden trees keep flowering too, and we are picking flowers for tea almost daily.  Linden (Tilia Genus) not only makes the best sedative tea (mostly the flowers, but also the leaves), it has tremendous energy of protection and nurturing. As soon as it is big enough to collect more leaves, I’m thinking of making some amulet sachets filled with it for friends who have babies.

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October and November is Chrysanthemum season for us – and as you can see, ours is bursting with blooms! Chrysanthemums are deeply related to the dead in our culture – this plant is devoted to our Ancestors, and hopefully it will give us many flowers for the altar.

Last-minute edit before this post is published – both the pictures and the text for this post are written and updated several times along the month. This photo of the chrysanthemums above was taken at the beginning of October – in the two pics below, you can see the same plant, photographed on October 30:

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After being cut down to nothing after flowering and seeding all summer , the Catmint is coming back for the third year in a row. This plant is indestructible! A gentle protector, a wise Spirit ally – no wonder why such magical creatures as cats adore it. I actually have new seedlings growing from this plant’s seeds, that I planted to replace this one, but it is very clear that it doesn’t want to leave the garden :).

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Spearmints are still flowering – we don’t collect the seeds because it’s so much easier to plant them from cuttings, so we let it flower freely for the bees and wasps. Spearmint is the most used variety when making Moroccan style tea (which we drink very often), and a wonderful herb for protection and blessing.

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The “volunteer” fig tree (volunteer as in spontaneously sprouted in a pot) is almost half a metre tall, and growing gorgeous as you can see. This is one of the most important trees of Canarian subsistence, and of course one of the most powerful tree Spirits we work with – it can be used to empower almost any kind of magic.

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And finally, the humble beauty of Asters – this time of the year is one of the lowest flowering seasons, so I like to have a couple of these in different points of the garden to attract and feed beneficial insect life. Asters are affordable,  strong, adaptable to our crazy weather, and there are so many beautiful varieties! This plant has a bright, joyful Spirit that can be used when doing Blessing and Healing works.

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Update For Customers: The 2017 Forecast Is Available!

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Since last year’s Tarot Forecast was such a success, this year I have worked quite a few extra hours to offer it a month earlier! The Forecast contains twelve readings, one for each month of 2017, made simultaneously with three different decks – and, since this is an instant download, it’s only 10$!

Each reading contains not only the meaning of the combined cards, but also two very special extras: a bit of my personal guidance, in the shape of the key to healing the main conflicts/obstacles of the month, and a bit of my magical guidance, with practical tips for magical practitioners to empower said healing.

Why should you buy it?

· Because being prepared for diffcult times makes those times half as difficult;

· Because understanding why people are behaving the way they are behaving helps avoiding unnecessary conflict and frees your life from drama;

· Because knowing which will be the dominant energies each month helps you plan important events on the luckiest ones, and focus on your personal issues on the most complex ones;

· Because the personal and magical keys to healing each month’s conflict will give you the solutions you need in advance, even before the crisis starts.

You can purchase the 2017 Forecast at my website: http://www.brujacarolina.com/product/new-ebook-2017-forecast

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Update For Customers: Noche De Animas Service

Happy All Saints’ Day!
I just finished sending all the reports for the Noche De Animas Service. Participants, please check your inbox, and if you have not received it, let me know so I can resend it. Email glitches can happen :).
Below, a picture of the altar last night. This has probably been the longest ritual I’ve performed in years, but also the most fun. We had unexpected visitors bringing food, help and music for the Spirits, and although we are exhausted, we loved every minute of it. It has been the greatest honour to work for your Ancestry <3!

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