Fairy Cakes [Biscuits]
1 cup Bisquick
1/8 cup quick oats
1/8 cup cornmeal
1/8 cup flour
1/8 tsp. almond extract
2 tsp. sugar
1/2 cup milk
Stir all together; knead in bowl to form ball;
form into 1 inch balls; bake 10 min at 425”
on ungreased cookie sheet; makes 1, dozen.
Function: To establish or maintain an energy connection with the other people, create the pillow and hang from a tree in the yard, a fence post, or place somewhere indoors:
- to attract Fairies to dwell in yard and or home
- to seek Fairie aid in magic and or divination
- to gain Fairy…
Alright, its time to not be lazy and write this stuff down.
How Lizzy Does a Fairy Box
- a gift box
- a writing surface
- scented oil
- orange peels
- rose petals
- other flowery or sweet herbs
- a note card
- bay leaf
1. Anoint the box with the sweet scented oil.
How does one start working with fairies? Part 1
For those that may be confused
“A fairy (also fay, fae; from faery, faerie, “realm of the fays”) is a type of mythical being or legendary creature in European folklore, a form of spirit, often…
Milk, Tea, Cream, Cheese, Butter, Bread Crumbs, Strawberries, Blueberries, Raspberries, Fruit Variations, Honey, Juices, Baked Goods, Cakes, Spring Water, Sugar
Rosemary, Rose, Spice Variations, Lavender, Vanilla, Barely, Ginger, Jasmine, Almond, Thyme, Bluebell, Pansy, Clover,…
Alrighty, so I’ve been seeing a lot of people ask me how to begin communication with fae, and I think the best thing to start out with are the local fae around you! Just because you live in a city doesn’t mean there aren’t fae around. Trust me. You don’t need to live near nature to…
Hipster Witch Says: Dont forget about the Christopagans. When you start spreading Christian Hate in the tags you are being very rude to those pagans that worship the Christian God. Yes a person can worship the Christian God and still be a pagan. Most of the ones i have met Worship him in the forefront while they also believe and worship other deities from different pantheons. There are many different ways to be a Christopagan but that is what I have seen mainly so far. So..when ever you get that itch to post up a picture that says Silly Christians, or post up a video about how Christianity is false… DONT…why? because there is a branch of paganism that gets really hurt by those accusations. You dont like being told things like that and they dont like it either.
when people say they want to be taken by faeries
no you don’t no you don’t no you don’t
I wear both a Pentacle and a Crucifix.
I told the person yes.
The person then asked me what I was.
I said that I was a ChristoPagan.
The person asked what that was.
I then quickly tried to explain what Pagan was and how I incorporate Christianity into my practices.
Q:Okay this is weird, but ever since I found your blog and learned that faeries existed (I always hoped they were) I've been feeling/imagining them everywhere. Which is probably not true. My question is, when a faerie comes in contact with you and you don't have a relationship with them, how can you tell that they are there? What are the signs?
Typical signs that a faerie is near by
- sound of childish laughter
- smell of something not there (especially flowers, or trees)
- sound of bells, flutes, or harps
- a feeling of “Being in the woods”
- animals acting odd
- children seeming more playful
and most of all your gut feeling
Bree’s Banishing Powder
Ahhhh, nothing like the scent of a fresh bottle of Get The Fuck Out.
- 2 parts powdered cayenne pepper
- 1 part ground cinnamon
- 1 part black salt (equal parts charcoal and salt)
- 1/2 part black pepper
- 1/2 part powdered eggshell
Shake it up and sprinkle it wherever you feel a barrier is needed.
Particularly good for keeping away nosy or bothersome people, or an ex who just can’t take a hint.
The Common House Faery: Brownies
Brownies, also known as the common house elf, are faeries that typically live within human dwellings.
These kindly and dependable creatures attach themselves to human households, where they help with chores and protect the well-being of people living on “their” land.
They are well known for assisting with household chores, tending to the property, and watching out for the house’s wellbeing. Originating from Scottish and English Folklore, they also have various counterparts or other creatures similar to them in other folklore.
They tend to not like being seen and will only work at night, traditionally in exchange for small gifts of food. They especially enjoy milk and honey.
Typically, brownies prefer to not be paid for tending to their homes. They like being given gifts and treated as fellow members of the home.
They usually abandon the house if the owners of the house misuse them or abuse them. Though sometimes, the brownies can in fact turn into boggarts if angered or abused.
Brownies make their homes in an unused part of the house.
Brownies really enjoy homes that smell of freshly cooked food, or houses that have a warm hearth.
A famous tale of brownies is “The Elves and the Shoe Maker”
Brownies, in appearance, tend to take a more human-ish look. Do to their closeness to people, they tend to take a more similar appearance. They tend to be very small.