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Sha Mama's Little Helper MAGICK Box





1. Pamela Colman Smith, The Original Design Tarot Deck:
Now at the Dawn of Spring we are ready to come out of our hibernation and debut our unique gifts publicly. This is a great time to make manifest the ideas that have been cultivated over the winter months. Part of our freedom of expression is our commitment to the craft. The ability to use our innate intuition is a HUGE part of a Witch’s practice. The Tarot helps us explore this ability in a fun and ever-interesting way. Use this Tarot deck to guide your actions and decisions and grow a deeper understanding of your own inner guidance. Designed by a female artist and entrepreneur from the turn of the 20th century nicknamed “Pixie.” Pixie was introduced to the Order of the Golden Dawn and shortly thereafter was commissioned to illustrate a tarot deck. Her deck has endured as the world’s most popular 78-card tarot deck. The innovative cards depict full scenes with figures and symbols on all of the cards and Smith’s distinctive drawings have become the basis for the design of many subsequent packs. Be sure to sage this deck multiple times before use! Check out for a great app that will help you better understand the meaning of your cards or any deck! Woman Designed

2. Coarse Himalayan Salt & Frankincense with:
Two important witch tools in my kit! I use salt to purify my body & my meditations – I ingest 1 rock with lots of water while in ritual. Also great to use for protection rituals or to be placed around windows and doors. It can represent both the elements of earth and water at your altar. And of course it’s fantastic in baths! Think purification & protection when playing with salt in your sacred space or rituals. Frankincense is a VERY POWERFUL resin that when burned (especially during Samhain when the veil between the 2 worlds is the thinnest) to connect to the afterlife. Frankincense is a resin obtained from the Boswellia sacra tree. The resin is gathered by slashing the bark of the tree and allowing the sap to bleed out and harden. Frankincense is native to North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula and has been cultivated and traded for at least 5000 years. It is mentioned several times in the Jewish Talmud and the Christian Bible as it was used in some of their sacred rituals and still is in some Orthodox traditions. Frankincense was also used ceremonially as an incense and/or offering by ancient Pagans in Persia, Babylonia, Egypt, Greece and Rome. If ever at a loved one’s deathbed Frankincense is a great smoke to help you communicate with your dearly departed. Light a chunk of charcoal first and the sprinkle a few Frankincense chunks on top and around. Frankincense doesn’t like to be burned directly but instead prefers to be near a smoldering heat source so as to melt and release its magickal aroma!

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