"Heed, it's like calling the rain
It's like bearing in pain
Like embracing life an decaying in death
Heed, it's like calling the rain
It's like the caress of a mother
Like life to go withered, a perennial pneuma
I will not forget what I arose from..." Eluveitie [Please @tag the author of this pics if you know him/her ?]
Oh my, am I feeling grateful for today. Feeling blessed to be able to share and be in Circle with other lovely ladies all day both all over the world and in Dublin this evening.
Finished the day off with a fully booked Circle tonight and I’m about to jump on a plane home to the States in less than 24 hours. Life is pretty swell.
Tis an astrologers happy face right there ✨
Now for a bit of wine whilst packing 😉🍷 Hope you’re all having a beautiful Monday x
7 common witchy mistakes almost ALL of us have made at least once... most importantly, FIRE SAFETY! Please none of you burn your homes down! 🔥♥️
Samhain, Initium, 1984, Plan 9. Comparing the 1989 #compactdisc from Caroline Records and the 2001 reissue from #emagine.
In this case, Caroline wins hands down in every respect. Emagine inserts were simple foldovers with pretty terrible photos whereas the Caroline booklet had some great period pics. Even the cover art appears reassembled and grainier. I have to wonder if Caroline would give up the original elements for these reissues or if Glenn and the label just decided to do it on the cheap. I also noticed the back page pics differ slightly and wonder if that's supposed to be a bonus or again just an easier substitution (Final Descent has a similar swap)? #samhain#initium#plan9#danzig#glenndanzig#eerievon#stevezing#punk#punkrock#metal#heavymetal#misfits#gothrock#deathrock
Final piece from the @Fangoria Magazine coverage. There was original merchandise made for Halloween V! There was also a hotline for the movie, which were a very popular marketing tool in the 80s & 90s 🎃 GoreZone magazine coverage next!
*circa: Fall 1989*
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🕯I realized I hadn't yet shared this picture I took on Samhain/Halloween! I had some fun with the edit, as I like to do on occasion 😊✨✨✨
I also tried something new! I feel like so often the finer details in a photograph are lost due to Instagram, so I included a panoramic closeup right after the original. Should I do that more often?
These days I think people feel a bit guilty when they are reluctant to share... I feel that way, too. I've had it a few times that people wanted to know about nearly everything I did, or exactly how I did a certain thing, and to be honest it makes me quite uncomfortable. I personally feel that sometimes it's good to keep your "secrets of the trade", so to speak. I think I understand why I feel the way I do when I refuse to share something. It's not that I don't like whom asks, or what it is about, but it feels like you're laying bare something that is yours. Not in a material sense per se, but rather something of you, in you. Like you're letting go of something that you felt was unique to yourself, not knowing what those other people might think of it or do to it. Perhaps, like with me, people in your past have taken what you shared and wrecked it in itself or used it to tear you down. I'm currently writing a blogpost/thought ramble on this topic as well as another one, and I wondered about your perspective on this? Feel free to leave a comment.🍂
( P.S.: 🎃You can find a blogpost about the little ritual I did for myself on Samhain/Halloween on my blog, find the link in my bio!🎃 )