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Sagefire

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About Sagefire

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  • Gender
    Canine
  • Location
    Montana
  • Interests
    Turning the family farm into a magickal farm and sanctuary, so far so good.
  • How familiar are you with witchcraft?
    Familiar enough to understand the thought-intention-execution reality. Enough to know that the practices of our ancient ancestors were based on intuition and senses that many modern humans no longer possess, and enough to know that we are surrounded by power that can be tapped and focused.
  • Have you explored other paths?
    Anything and everything I can get my hands on from Siberian shamanism to Native American ancestor worship,to Ayurvedic healing and all threads between, seeking patterns and similarities as well as exploring differences therein and reasons thereof.
  • Have you ever worked with Traditional Witchcraft?
    Yes. I suppose I could say that in a way that would be consistent with most definitions of 'traditional'.
  • What does Traditional Witchcraft mean to you?
    It means returning to the basic essences of our ancestral power beliefs. It means realizing that when humans began using witchcraft, it was considered a natural course and process. It also means staying away from what is nothing more than trendy window dressing. Traditional witchcraft does not fight against the natural energy flows of the cosmos from galaxies to atoms, but rather employs those flows to manifest change.
  • How long have you worked with witchcraft in general?
    I performed my first candle ritual when I was 11, since then I have read, listened, and learned all I can and applied it to my art.
  • What brought you to our site?
    Your front page disclaimer. This questionnaire is also making points.
  • What do you expect to get from this site, and what do you expect to contribute to this forum?
    I believe that a gathering of similar interests add to the palette of potential. Just learning the thoughts and views of others is a wonderful thing. Contributions may include ideas and applications of natural elements that may be different from practices of others, in essence, variety.
  • Do you belong to any other online witchcraft sites?
    On occasion I peruse Spells of Magic.
  • What are your strongest points in witchcraft?
    I have an artistic creativity that allows me to combine woods, bones, feathers, stones and crystals, herbs, writing and letter forms (including sigil work) and ritual to create magical items.
  • What are your weakest points in witchcraft?
    I am absolutely useless working with animal spirits and totems. While I love animals and they seem to love me, I cannot seem to connect with them on a higher level.

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  1. Lamp shades are fun. Fringe, crystals and beads, even alcohol inks can produce some really interesting results, plus, you are recycling.
  2. My bride and I like to thrift. She does alot of creative sewing and jewelry, she also loves old lamps. I started picking up boxes and candle holders when I was a teenager. We revive and resell.
  3. A customized jeweled spider brooch rests upon her lace painted web. Round lathe-turned, second hand treasure box. Lace painted and contour shaded in candy red over black, pearlescent gold and silver. Even the bottom of the box is painted. The inside of the box and bottom of the lid are lined with black cherry colored velvet...
  4. I am sure. This one is inventory.
  5. I decided to give this poor old jewelry box a second life. I found it at a Goodwill store for 99 cents in pretty rough shape. As a kid in the 70s I loved going to hot rod shows and looking at all the wild paint jobs. I especially loved the custom vans with the metal flakes, pearls and candy oversprays. Airbrushing and lace painting were a couple of my favorite techniques. Here I have lace painted with candy blue over chrome silver and black with contour fading giving a definite moonlit forest look for the owl medallion I inlaid upon the lid. The inner tray is completed the same way. I added a mirror to the inside of the lid and framed it in blue velvet. The rest of the box got the blue velvet treatment as well. Magic and luxury in one pretty blue package...
  6. Thank you Onyx. These have since sold. The wood came from when the landlord 'pruned' my Rowan lady. I took every twig he cut off. I bless and venerate her every morning and evening...
  7. Actually turning your hand to restore your heritage is more than admirable and certainly counts above merely throwing cash and good intentions at those things that need to be preserved. I have a feeling that The Watchman will play a substantial role in the personal journeys of many seekers. I hope that your personal rewards in this endeavor are equally great. Applause and much appreciation to you sir.
  8. Alice gets brushed each time she is fed. We call it, 'Taking a bit of fuss'. She prefers to be spoken to in a British accent, for she is a Tortie with proper English roots and her staff must comply with her very reasonable demands. She is not a Princess or a Diva, she merely 'is', and that is enough. She is not in the least bit spoiled or indulged...
  9. Spirit Dark Lord of the Hut
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