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A photo journal. Le loup noir, her witchery and dead things. All photos are made by me. Im a tattoo artist of 6 years. I am a witch, have been as long as i can remember. Ive been collecting dead things for nearly 8 years now with my best friend. I like to make things. Enjoy. Instagram: @kristynadine @earthandbone

Anonymous asked: “Target located. -Satan.”

Uhhh okay?

Some rings I will be putting in the shop tonight. Quartz, Black Tourmaline, Amethyst, Domino, and golden Obsidian.

1,2,3 READ! Reading all of the books while Isis is look out.

1,2,3 READ! Reading all of the books while Isis is look out.

LIBRARIES ARE COOL. This isnt even a quarter of the books i wanted to check out. Good thing theres a 40book limit…

LIBRARIES ARE COOL. This isnt even a quarter of the books i wanted to check out. Good thing theres a 40book limit…

This is a custom order, a lady had a personal stone she wanted made into a pendant. It is a smaller stone but has such an intense blue flash that the camera couldnt register it properly.

I have rings brewing!

Should have some new ones posted tomorrow!

Anonymous asked: “your blog is very nice and soothing!”

Im glad! That is my intention! I get bad anxiety and things like crystals, skulls, bones, succulents, mushrooms and everything nature keep the anxiety at bay, so why not share! :) ❤️

markedbones:

CHICKEN OF THE WOODS
Laetiporus sulphureus
fruiting bodies are up to 20cm wide, shelf-like, rubbery, sulphur yellow to orange, sometimes with bright orange tips.
older specimens become pale and brittle, chalk-like.
flesh is white to yellow tinted, firm, softer towards the edges.
underside is characteristically white to bright yellow, with tiny pores instead of gills.
has no stem.
grows in overlapping groups on logs, stumps, or wounds of trees.
appears in spring, summer, and fall.
has a mild taste and odor; cook before eating.
tip: harvest the soft outer margin of the younger specimens to avoid bitterness.
an inedible (but not poisonous) look-alike is Pycnoporus cinnabarinus, which is corky/rigid rather than rubbery, and orange/red on the top and underside, rather than bright yellow on the underside.
an inedible (but not poisonous) look-alike is Hapalopilus nidulans, which is cinnamon brown/orange on the top and the underside, rather than bright yellow on the underside.
warning: can cause allergic reaction in some people due to toxins absorbed from the tree; begin by sampling small amounts.

Source: http://northernbushcraft.com/mushrooms/chickenOfTheWoods/notes.htm

I made this post on my other blog but it doesn’t show up on the mobile app. Hmmm…
Anonymous asked: “Do you believe you're going to burn in Hell like all Devil worshippers & people with tattoos? Like BURN forever in the searing heat of the unbearably hot flames, for all eternity bae? :)”

Lol!

Moar!

Last night was fun with my ladies.

Me reading tea leaves for my sisters. Sweet tasseomancy. :)

Anonymous asked: “are u native american?”

a bit on my dads side but not sure how much.

Anonymous asked: “you are an inspiration, thank you for helping build the confidence of many people, including mine🌻”

Thank you for taking the time to say kind words. These words brighten my night. :)

Harvested white sage today to replenish my sage supply for smudging and other things. Smells amazing.