Author Archives: tanisharose

About tanisharose

Priestess of Love and Beauty, Witch of the East, Tarot and Rune Reader, Spirit Worker

Simple Pleasures

Courtesy Ashridge Trees Lavender Oatmeal Skin Cleanser My skin has been unhappy since I moved to Shutesbury, MA. Maybe it’s a mineral in the well water or the humidity, but it’s been cranky. Enter Oatmeal, which moisturizes skin, protects from … Continue reading

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Sweep it way now…

The Broom and Magical Carpet Powder   The Broom is traditionally a woman’s tool, because sweeping is traditionally woman’s work. It’s interesting that this has become the penultimate tool of the witch. Taking this tool of domesticity and creating the … Continue reading

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Selkie Sea Bath

I’ve been pondering Selkies lately as I wonder where we as a country are going, and why I am in this hand basket. The notion of finding my skin and returning to myth is quite enticing to say the least. … Continue reading

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Chakra Tonics; Muladhara

I’ve been studying under Alexis J Cunningfolk and Darcey Blue as of late, additionally, I’ve been under the care of Kirsten Hale and Heather Nic An Fleisdeir~ and I decided to experiment with Chakra Tonics.***   Chakras, as you are … Continue reading

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The Way It Should Be

Originally posted on Caw, Motherfsckers:
Once upon a time, yesterday in fact, there were two chiefs. The elder was a priestess of Oshun, and the younger a priestess of Yemaya. They agreed to confer, with students observing them, on a…

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Life as a Spell

As I have “advanced” in my practices, I find that I rarely cast spells anymore. I cast maybe four a year. This doesn’t mean that I need or want less stuff, or that life is suddenly smooth and easy. What … Continue reading

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Taking The Waters

I bathe a lot. A lot. I used to take baths each night. Then, water became…less than abundant-and I learned to shower. I still prefer baths, and it’s one of the places I fail miserably at conservation. I also hit … Continue reading

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