I had another interaction with the Heron that resides along the tributary or river that runs behind my home.
As I started to get ready for my morning walk, I looked out the window and saw that it was a dreary morning and decided not to bring my camera. Mistake! When I reached the path that leads to the river I came upon not one but TWO Herons! I was shocked! I wish someone could have taken a picture of my face when I saw the birds. My mouth almost hit the ground with shock.
Of course, I startled one of the Heron and she quickly flew to the other. She communicated something to her mate and then flew low over the river right past me. Because she flew so close to me, I got a better view of her and she got a better view of me. I think she and her mate are Grey Heron. Her mate flew up into the trees. The same place were I took a picture of him the last time. After a few minutes he flew away too.
I was sad that the pair flew away. When I looked back towards the river I saw a group of ducks that didn’t fly off with the Herons. I thought “Bummer” and started to kick myself for not having a camera.
I continued to walk along the path until I came to the opening that leads right down to the river’s edge. I stayed there for a while and thought about the Goddess and her power. With birds living along the river, I can assume that the water is clean and not polluted with chemicals. However, there are empty plastic bottles, bags and wrappers from the kids that hang out along the river’s edge. I even spotted a CD in the water, yuck! This sadden me and I felt like picking up the garbage left by others.
As I stood thinking about the Goddess, I had a desire to put my hand into the water. The water wasn’t that cold. It was nice to touch the Goddess and feel her as the running water was pressing up against my hand.
It is very hard for me to leave the river because the sounds of water crashing against the rocks is so soothing. I stood there with my feet rooted to the ground listening and thinking, I need to record these sounds and then turn on the recording every night when I go to sleep.
I finally unrooted myself from the ground and walked back home. As I got to the end of the path, you will never guess what I saw? A Heron! She was standing on the water’s edge with the group of ducks floating around her. Now I am really kicking myself for not having a camera! She must have stood maybe three to four feet in height. She was tall and majestic. The colors of her feathers were a blue/grey. She was beautiful. She didn’t fly away as I walked slowly towards her. But then I pushed it. I got to close and she flew away. As she flew off, I thought “Wow, what a beautiful bird.” Being such a big bird, she flew so gracefully.
As I write this blog, I am thinking, “It is not a coincidence that I have interacted with the same Heron 3x in seven days.” I wonder what the Heron is trying to communicate. I am also wondering what connection does a Heron have with the Goddess. I must confess that I am missing the Heron now. I can only hope that I will continue to see the Heron on my morning walks.
As my adventures with the a Heron continues……..
Peace with yourself
Peace with the natural world
Peace with the Goddess and all things Divine
The other day I left work a few hours early because I was sick with a lousy cold. You know the feeling of a cold, you feel crappy but you still have energy to do stuff. Well that is how I felt that afternoon.
It was a warm, sunny afternoon in January and the pull to be outdoors was hard to resist. On the drive home I had a strong desire to be with the trees. As soon as I drove into my complex I could hear the river behind my home calling me to come out and play. Nature was calling me! I felt like a child and wanted to go outside and play with my friends in the trees and along the river.
The sun would be setting soon and I had a feeling that I would get some nice pictures. This time I listened to my feelings and grabbed my camera. In all my excitement, I forget that I had a cold.
It was a quiet late afternoon, no people or animals except for a few birds. As I stood close to the river I could feel the Goddess and all things Divine. This is a space that I will come back to day after day to connect with the Goddess. It is amazing to think that I live in an urban environment and this space is literally 100 yards from my front door.
Every time I stand by the river I think of all the things that surrounds it. There is a highway that runs along side it and another highway that run over it. There is a car dealership behind the trees that can’t be seen in these pictures, but trust me, it is close. There are homes everywhere you look. Even with all the human activity surrounding this patch of land and water, the space is quiet. It is a sanctuary in the mist of human activity.
There is a conversation in the world that human activity is destroying the planet, which I believe is true. This space gives me hope for humanity. We need to stop rushing and take a few moments a day and be in nature. Nature is truly magically and it is working really hard to get our attention. The question is, will we listen before it is too late. Nature isn’t going to stand for our selfish activities very long. She will leash out and hurt our species deeply. The Goddess is very kind, but if one of Her children is bullying Her other children, She is going to slap the child who is doing the bullying.
As the sun was setting along the river in my backyard, I took these pictures.
Peace with yourself
Peace with the natural world
Peace with the Goddess and all things Divine.
It is a cool, crisp, sunny Saturday Morning in January. Looking out my window, I decided to take a walk out in the January air. I dressed in layers to ensure that I would be warm during my walk of 3 or 4 miles. As I was dressing I thought to myself, “I should bring my camera.” Of course I didn’t listen to myself and walked out the door without it.
I really enjoy my walk especially on cold winter mornings. It is very quiet. The insects are gone and there are very few birds around. It is so quiet that you can almost hear the trees talking to each other. I love listening to the trees conversing with one another. To bad I don’t understand tree language. Maybe some day a tree will teach me 😉
Part of my walk is a path along a river behind my complex. As I started to walk up the path, I saw a big crane and ducks in the water. I startled them, because the moment I saw them they took flight. Then I said “Sh*t, I should have brought my camera!” I was so angry with myself. So I walked home cursing for not bringing my camera. All day I wondered if I would see that crane again. Then I said to myself, “Probably not.”
The next morning, Sunday, I decide to go for a walk and this time I took my camera. I did argue with myself about taking it. As I walked around my neighborhood, I thought, “I don’t know why I brought my camera, there really isn’t anything exciting to take a picture of.”
When I came upon the place along the river where I saw the crane, it was empty of birds. Then all of a sudden, from behind me, I heard a bird scream and I turned around and what did I see… the Crane! The Crane scared me this time! It came up from behind me and landed in the tree. I took this picture and then cursed because I didn’t have a bigger zoom lens. You can see a big bird in the tree.
After a few minutes of posing and letting me take pictures of it, a group of people and their dogs walked up the path and the crane few off. I was very annoyed with those people. They had interrupted my conversation with this crane.
Now I’m wondering what the crane was trying to tell me. Will I see this crane again? I don’t think it is a coincidence that I saw this bird two days in a row at the same time and place. It seem like the crane knew I wanted to see him/her again and that I would have my camera to take a picture of it. Well the moral to my story is to always listen to yourself. Do what your inner self asks of you because she/he knows. I am going to work hard on not questioning or doubting my inner self. She has a lot to teach me.
The river behind my home is a beautiful space. It is a scared space where I can connect with nature and the Goddess. Here are some more pictures of the natural world in my backyard.
Peace within yourself
Peace with the natural world
Peace with the Goddess and all thing divine
As I lay here resting this Christmas night, I am present to the magic, love, joy and wonder that has filled my heart and spirit. I could not have asked for a more beautiful Christmas. This Christmas, like every Christmas, I spent in the company of my family.
My sister-in-law had Christmas Eve dinner. I shared this meal with my niece, nephews, brother, sister-in-law and her dad. I just adore my niece and nephews. I shared some of my drawings with them and showed them new apps for art and games. Since my niece and nephews are teenagers, I felt it was ok to share a little bit more of myself with them. There was a couple of times after sharing with them, I would say “Don’t tell your Dad (my brother) what I just told you.” They assured me they wouldn’t. What was so cool about sharing with them was that they wanted to know me. I felt how much they love me and that they just wanted to know their Aunt. What was surprising to me was how much the boys showed me they cared. They are teenage boys and have a lot of things going on in their lives, but they let me know how important I am to them.
My sister, brother-in-law, and niece came over after dinner, as well as my sister-in-law’s sister, husband and son who flew in from Seattle. We all sat down and had desert. I simply adore my sister-in-law’s sister. She is so friendly and a great person. Over the years I have come to love her like a sister. We chatted at the table for a couple of hours when someone said, “It’s snowing”. With that, we all put on our coats and went outside to play in the snow. We made snow angels and had a snowball fight. My little niece, who is 7, was running around throw snowballs at everyone. She is just so cute and everyone let her throw snow at them. It was just a beautiful night with the snow falling and everyone playing, laughing and loving one another.
After the snowball fight, my sister, brother-in-law, niece and myself got in my sister’s car and drove to her home. As soon as we got home, we took a few pictures of my niece in the snow, put out the reindeer feed and then she went off to bed. My sister and I then got busy wrapping her gifts and setting up the iPad for my niece to open in the morning. Then my sister pushed me out the door to kick around the reindeer feed. I did my best to make it look like reindeer ate some of the feed. We finally got to sleep at around 2am. My niece was up at 7:30 to open gifts. Watching children opening gifts Christmas morning is the most precious gift of all.
After the morning gifts, we were off to church. Yes, once a year I walk into a church. I do this for my family since they are Christians. After church, it was back to my brother’s for another Christmas meal. Everyone who was there the night before came back Christmas Day. We took lots of pictures and sat down for lunch. We chatted again for a few more hours. Then someone said we have gifts to open. We all marched downstairs and opened more gifts. We took more pictures and talked some more.
Finally, it was time for me to return to my home and my life. As I said goodbye, I felt love fill my spirit. I am so glad that I had the opportunity to share this Christmas with awesome people. These Christmas memories will be held close to my heart for the rest of my life.
May the magic, joy, love, and wonder of the Christmas season be with you throughout the year.
Winter Solstice or Yule is a festival of fire that has been celebrated for many, many centuries. Yule is Scandinavian in origin meaning wheel and solstice means that the sun is standing still. Yule is a solar holiday, which gave birth to the Yule log tradition. The Yule Log is burned to inspire the sun god to bring blessing and the warmth of the sun back. It is the shortest day and the longest night in the northern hemisphere. This is the night that the King of Oak and the King of Holly battle. The King of Oak wins the battle and the sun begins the waxing cycle. After this night the days will begin to get longer and the nights shorter. A Yule Tree is brought into the home to encourage the growth of life and the return of warmth. Yuletide begins on December 20 or 21 (Mother Night) and ends December 31 (Yule Night). This period of time is also known as the 12 days of Christmas.
For me, this winter solstice marks one year as a practicing Pagan/Wiccan. I have been practicing Wicca for an entire Wheel of the Year. Granted I did not perform rituals on every Sabbat or Esbat. Nor did I really dive into the festivals and the traditions associated with each Sabbat. What I think is important is that I was aware of Sabbats and I would do a little reading on each Sabbat during the festivals. I also became aware of the moon’s 29 day cycle. I downloaded an app that gives all the information I could ever want about the moon. This app tells me where the moon is in the universe every minute of everyday. My altar is not complete either and I do need some additional standard magick tools.
What has and will inspire me to continue my Wicca practices is my patron Goddess. She has definitely been the Being that has been keeping me on track. She doesn’t let me wander off the Wiccan path. My patron Goddess is the Triple Goddess the Morrigan. She is of the Celtic Pantheon. She is known as a dark Goddess. My experiences of her is both dark and light. There are many aspects of her that I have seen this past year and I am looking forward to many years of working with her. She has become my guide. She is there in my time of need as well as when times are good. She is the queen of the Faeries which opens doors into the faery realm. Theses spirits have become my friends and I enjoy my experiences of them.
Looking back over this past year, I have to say that it was my best year yet. Since I banished Christianity, my view of life has changed dramatically. Living without sin and hell is a wonderful experience. Now I live with Karma. I am aware of my actions at all times because I don’t want negative Karma coming back to me. The Wiccan Rede “an it harm none, do as I will” is what I live by. I’ve also notice that different aspects of my life are better without me trying. My family life, my work life, my finances and my health have improved without me putting much effort into it. There is much less stress in my life. No sin and no judgement day equals no stress. Simple equation with many positive benefits.
The Yule season is a time of letting go and new beginnings. During this season I have been letting go of things in my life that are no longer needed. I’ve thrown away a lot of stuff and de-cluttered my home. I’ve also release emotional heartaches. For the Yule festival, I did call the quarters and the goddess the Morrigan in ritual. During my ritual I wrote down a wish list for the coming year. The highlights of my wish list are to continuing to see my skills as an visual artist improve, I have good fortune throughout the year, my family continues to be in good health and I pull loving positive people in to my life. If I stay on the Wiccan path, I’m sure that my wish list items will become reality with some work.
Some celebrate Yule as the birth or rebirth of the God. Yule is when the Goddess gives birth to the God bring hope and light to the world. May your holiday season be filled with love, hope and light.
Many Yule Blessing to you and to yours.
The leaves are change colors, beautiful shades of reds, yellows and oranges. You can hear the leaves crunching as you walk along a wooded path. The air is crisp, cool and dry. Darkness is dominating the sunlight. It feels as if the earth is dying, but you know it is not. The plants are protecting themselves from the cold winter months ahead. It is time to harvest the last of the crops and bring the herds down from the summer pastures. These are all signs that Samhain (Halloween) is upon us.
Samhain means summer’s end in Gaelic. This fall festival marks the beginning of a new cycle. It is the Celtic’s New Year. The Celtic’s day begins in the evening, so Halloween or Oct 31 evening is the start of the New Cycle. It is believed that the silence of darkness will give way to the whisperings of new beginnings at daybreak. It is a great time to reflect and release whatever is holding you back.
Samhain is also known as the festival of the dead. It is believed that on Oct 31, the veil between the living and the otherworld is broken. It is very easy to travel between worlds this day. There are rituals that provide hospitality for dead ancestors. Leaving doors and windows unlocked and placing food and drink outside will give ones ancestor free passage into ones home. One should set a place for deceased relatives at the dinner table because they would like to share a dinner with on Samhain. On this day many spirits enter our world, not all being friendly. Curving spirit guardians onto turnips and pumpkins, and placing them by your door will keep nasty spirits away.
As you can see many of our Halloween traditions date back thousands of years. As you are enjoying this season, remember this a very holy time for the Witch. It is a time when the gods, fairies and ancestors are the closest to you. Be aware this holiday season, because that tap on you shoulder maybe a spirit wishing to say hello.
Have a Blessed Samhain!
The unicorn is a legendary creature that has always been present in the minds of humanity. In my digital drawing above, I created my interpretation of the western and eastern versions of the unicorn.
The ancient Greeks where the first to write about the unicorn. What is interesting is that the Greeks of antiquity actually felt that the unicorn was a real creature. The unicorn was not recorded in their myths but rather in their accounts of natural history. The writers were convince that unicorns roam the lands of India. Even Aristotle makes a reference of their existence. A Greek merchant in 6AD noted that it is impossible to capture these powerful creatures and it’s strength lies in its horn.
The Hebrew Bible makes many references to an animal called the re’em, a strong and agile creature with one horn. The translators of the King James bible replaced the re’em with the unicorn. Here is an example; Numbers 23:22 “God brought them out of Egypt; he hath, as it were, the strength of a unicorn.” This is just one verse I’m quoting.
In the Chinese culture a creature called the Qilin is sometimes called the Chinese unicorn. It is an animal that looks more like a chimera. It has a body of a deer, head of a lion and scales on its body. The horn is curved and looks more like an antler rather then a horn.
During the European Renaissance, the unicorn’s legend took on the form we know of today in the western culture. The unicorn became the most important legendary animal in Renaissance Europe, described as a woodland creature, pure and graceful and can only be captured by a maiden. The horn of this majestic creature is considered to be a powerful conductor of healing. The unicorn and the maiden is a symbol of pure love. Only the maiden can tame the unicorn. When a maiden is present, the unicorn lays aside it’s fears and will lay it’s head in her lap and fall asleep. This is when the unicorn is most vulnerable and the hunter can take advantage of this.
I’m not sure if you are aware but unicorns do exist in our world. A few years ago, scientists discovered a one horn deer in Italy.
I believe that unicorns do exist. Both in the physical world and in our hearts and minds. If one is open to what the unicorn can give, what is possible for humans is endless. A world filled with unicorns is a world filled with magick, wonder and pure love. Giving pure love to the unicorn, allows the person to ride the unicorn and feel the wind as it gallops through the life of the human rider.
This little guy had such a big impact on me as I created him. There are a few myths about him that I think are interesting.
In Roman mythological this little guy is known has a god named Faunus and a goddess named Fauna who were goat people. He is also known as the faun, half human half goat manifestation of forest and animal spirits. Romans felt that fauns inspired fear as one travelled through lonely, remote and wild places. If the faun felt that the human needed help, he would guide him to safety. It depended on the faun and the human in need. The faun is often associated with enchanted woods. Next time you are walking through the woods look for them because they are there watching you.
In Greek mythological the half human half goat creature is known as the god Pan. One of Pan’s myths involves the origin of his flute. One day Pan met a the water nymph named Syrinx. To escape from Pan’s hot pursuit, Syrinx ran until she came upon her sisters. Her sisters changed her into a reed. Not knowing what reed was Syrinx, Pan cut nine pieces of reeds, joined them together with gradually decreasing lengths. This formed the musical instrument named Syrinx. Henceforth, Pan was never seen without his flute. Did you know that Pan and Apollo had a contest to see who had the best musical skill? Apollo won, of course. Pan is also the god of fertility and he is famous for his sexual powers.
In celtic mythology the horned god is known as Cernunnos. Even though there is little literary writings of Cernunnos, he is believed to be the depictions of horned deities. Cernunnos is often portrayed with animals, particular stags. He is also associated with the ram horned serpent. Cernunnos is often described as the Lord of the Animals.
For me the drawing I drew is a depiction of the horned god Cernnunnos. The horned god reflects the seasons of year in an annual cycle of life, death and rebirth in Wicca. He is associated with nature, wilderness, sexuality, hunting and the life cycle. Even though out of the three gods, Cernunnos is a stag and not a goat, this drawing represents him in my world.
So when I saw Silver RavenWolf’s article on how to make these cards, I thought “This looks easy and it is something I can make using my digital drawings.” Well I was wrong about the easy part! Making these cards literally RIPPED MY WORLD APART! I was Christian before I made these cards and now I am Wiccan practicing Witchcraft, it’s crazy! Here’s my story.
It was a Tuesday night in March when I decided to make these cards. That night I read the article, “How To Make Powerful Conjuring Cards Using the ATC/ACEO Format”, with the intention of learning what was being taught in the article. I also brought some questions with me as I read. The questions I had were ‘what is positive and negative energy and why is cleansing so important’. After reading the article from start to finish, I fell asleep. During the night I had a dream which ROCKED MY WORLD! I woke up and fell out of bed, shaking my head, saying “How did that dream happened!” After three days of holding my head and dealing with my emotions around the dream, I realized something, my questions were answered! I now understand what positive and negative energy is and why cleansing is so important. Even though I had put the article down to sleep, I was still experiencing the article and the lesson it was teaching in my dreams. There was also a message in the dream, and that message was “DO NOT LET ANYTHING GET IN THE WAY OF COMPLETING THIS CARD, NO MATTER WHAT!” That’s when I said “Damn!” Now I knew that making this card was not going to be easy! And it wasn’t!
The first conjuring card I made was a protection card. It has an image of my interpretation of the Celtic Goddess, The Morrigan. The Morrigan is a dark Goddess in the Celtic Pantheon. She is the Goddess I work with most of the time. She was the first Goddess I encounter after I decided to walk the Wiccan Path. She is a triple Goddess. She is the Goddess of battle, strife and sovereignty. She is a war Deity. I’m not going to go into much more detail about her except that she destroys so that new things can grow.
One of the supplies I would need to make this card is Holy Water. Of course I had to find out how to do this and did my research to get my answer. One of the ingredients is water from a spring or river. So there I am looking at my kitchen sink saying “Can’t I use this water,” and my subconscious mind said “No, you have to find a river or stream to get the water.” Great! So I’m practicing my guitar and my subconscious mind is saying “Go get the water,” and my conscious mind is saying “No, I’m playing guitar.” Well this bickering went on in my head for about twenty minutes. Finally, I put down my guitar, annoyed. I got in my car with a plastic jug and drove around looking for a stream. When I found a stream, I got out of my car, found a path to the stream, got the water and walked back to my car. On the way back my subconscious mind said “See I told you that would be easy.” My conscious mind said “SHUT UP!”
Alright now I have to make the Holy Water. My subconscious mind says to me “you have to make this at midnight tonight, outdoors,” and my conscious mind said, “You have got to be kidding me!” I live in an apartment building and I have no private space to make this formula. So there I was at 10:00 pm walking around my apartment complex looking for a private space, saying to myself, “I can’t believe I’m doing this!” Finally I found a space. It wasn’t private, it was semi private but the moonlight was perfect. So there I was at midnight performing my ritual standing in between my building, a row of trees and a major highway overpass. When I casted my sacred circle, it had to be the weakest circle a human could possibly make. At the end of the ritual, I looked at the water and said “Wow, the Goddess actually blessed this water.” My next thought was “I better get out of here before I’m either mugged or someone calls the police.” The next morning I woke up and looked at the water and my conscious mind said “That water is not blessed,” then my subconscious mind smacked my conscious mind and said “Yes it is, now stop it!” (FYI, when your subconscious mind is determined to re-train your conscious mind, it can be a real battle.)
So now I start to make the image of the Morrigan. This took me quite a while to create. Not only was I drawing, I was also researching who the Morrigan is by reading books about her myth. My thoughts were only about the Morrigan during this time. One day, I looked up and saw that my world was destroyed! I couldn’t salvage anything from my life. Since I was so involved in learning about the Morrigan and her religion, I hadn’t realized that I was destroying Christianity. This is when I decided to physically remove everything from my life that was Christian. I was never a practicing Christian but I didn’t realize how much Christian crap I had. Removing all of this crap was not easy. I had to clean my entire home. So every day I would pick a room and went through it throwing stuff out. I found that even though I didn’t look at most of this stuff, it was very difficult to let go of it. I didn’t realize until I was cleaning that even though I was not practicing, I was still living inside of Christianity’s philosophies and teachings. After removing all the physical Christian stuff from my life, I then spent a day in a ritual of cleansing. I used sage to cleansed Christianity’s energies from my home and I bathed using herbs that cleansed Christianity from body. Then I invoked the Morrigan in ritual and burned Christianity from my soul. The Morrigan was very happy once the burning was complete. I felt very euphoric and free after the ritual.
Now I was ready to make the card. It was funny, my first thought was to skip over the conjuring of protection and just put the card together. Then my subconscious mind said “No you don’t, get the article and follow it.” (That subconscious mind can be so annoying!) So there I was on a Friday night following the directions in the article. I must say, I’m glad I listened to my subconscious because the experience was very rewarding.
The next day I was playing my guitar wondering what my next card would be, when the phone rang. It was my mom letting me know that my 7 year old niece, who has cerebral palsy, needed surgery. I hung up the phone and said “healing card!” My niece loves dogs so I made drawings of dogs. Dogs are protective animals, do I make a protection card or a healing card? I’m pondering this question in work when it dawned on me, most deities are associated with animals, I wondered what god or goddess is associated with dogs? When I get home I googled it. (How did we live with out google?) The Goddess that came up was the mesopotamian Goddess Gula. She is the Goddess of healing and the patron of medicine and physicians. I couldn’t believe it. I just stood there and said “I can’t make this up.” Then I saw the Goddess, she walked up to me and greeted me. I looked at her and said “Hello.” I like her, she is kind and gentle. She is the mother that you want at your bedside when you are sick. So when I created the healing card for my niece I invoked the Goddess Gula. I knew she was going to be with my niece so I used her energies to create the card. Again it was an awesome experience.
The next day I got up to take my morning walk. I felt really good from making the card the night before. After locking my door I turned, looked up and was greeted by the moon! I said, “You have got to be kidding me!” It was 9:30 in the morning, the sun was shining and the moon was still visible in the sky! As I walked the Goddess (the moon) walked with me. During my walk she was either leading, following or walking beside me. At one point during my walk, I stopped, pulled out my protection card, looked at it then looked at the moon and thought “The Goddess is protecting me.” Shook my head in disbelieve and continued to walk around my neighborhood.
The next day I saw my niece and gave her the card. She was so cute. At first she didn’t know how to respond, but after a few minutes she thanked me and then showed me her art gallery. We talked about her drawings of dogs and I help her tape some other drawings up on the wall. When my other niece came over, she saw the card and loved it. Her face told me so! I asked if she wanted one and she said yes. I then asked what she wanted on the card, at first she didn’t know but after a few minutes she opened right up. Now I have to make three cards. Two with a special agent dog (one for both of my nieces) and one with a basketball theme. Then my nephew saw the card and wanted one. I asked what he wanted on the card and he told me a dragon. Finally, my oldest nephew saw the card and he told me to surprise him with a design.
After being with my niece and thinking about how much she loves dogs, I started thinking about my childhood. When I was young I had a great affinity for the wolf. And of course as I got older, I pushed aside the wolf and all that it had to offer me. Well I’m not going to do that anymore. The wolf is very much a part of my life now and I’m enjoying every minute of the wolf’s presences in my world.
My niece had her surgery the following week, and came through just fine. I knew she would because the Goddess Gula was there during her surgery. A funny thing happen the day of her surgery. I called my mother at 2:00pm to find out how my niece was and she told me that she was going into surgery the moment I called. I hung up the phone and had a funky feeling. I didn’t know what time the surgery was but called at the exact moment she was going into surgery.
A lot of magical things happened in the process of making these cards and seeing what I had conjured up afterwards. But what is most magical is my relationship with my nieces and nephews. Because of these cards, I’m getting to know them in a whole new light. My niece and I are best friends now. It is so funny! She sends me messages as much as she can. I am really enjoying the magick these cards are conjuring up, it is way beyond my expectations.
Boy, making these powerful conjuring cards was an awesome experience! If you want to make some cards for yourself and people in your life, click on the link below. You never know what you can conjure up! I really surprised myself!
Related Article: How to Make Powerful Conjuring Cards Using the ATC/ACEO Format – Author Silver RavenWolf’s Blog