Mori*Girl*Life

Appalachian Yama Mori/ Dark Mori/
Glitch Witch

julesimperialis:

Photography from the 1940’s, 50’s, and early 60’s by my grandmother, Georgia Chappell. She was an amazing photographer, who focused on her family and life in the mountains of Western North Carolina as subject matter. She never asked for or sought out acclaim in her medium, but did it only for the sake of passion and artistic drive. 

(via appalachian-appreciation)

Most witches don’t believe in gods. They know that the gods exist, of course. They even deal with them occasionally. But they don’t believe in them. They know them too well. It would be like believing in the postman.

Terry Pratchett, Witches Abroad (via teawitch)

(via witchydays)

There’s a Pentagon inside every Pentagram.
Do your geometry.

Deltron 3030

deformutilated:

The Crowhurst Yew. This ancient tree is estimated to be around 4,000 years old; maybe twice the age of the church in whose graveyard it now stands. The location of a church here may suggest an effort to put an obvious Christian stamp on a site that was already of religious or spiritual significance to a pre-Christian population, thus easing the transition of religion.
Photo credit: Dan Gregor

deformutilated:

The Crowhurst Yew. This ancient tree is estimated to be around 4,000 years old; maybe twice the age of the church in whose graveyard it now stands. The location of a church here may suggest an effort to put an obvious Christian stamp on a site that was already of religious or spiritual significance to a pre-Christian population, thus easing the transition of religion.

Photo credit: Dan Gregor

(via deerli)

Miss Mary Mack, Mack, Mack,
All Dressed In Black, Black, Black,
With Silver Buttons, Buttons, Buttons,
All Down Her Back, Back, Back.”


Sounds like a Witch to me.

Redwoods Monastery - Creamed Honey


Honey from an all women’s Monastery in the heart of the Redwood forest.

IT HAS FUCKING MAGICAL POWERS I know I have all three of them
BUY IT

Redwood honey people. Only touched by women. In. The Redwoods.

If you’re a honey collector like me, you need these.