Category Archives: Rootwork

Mandrake Roots and Art

This project began earlier in 2016, when parting with a few homegrown live mandrake roots and sending them to new homes. Part of the deal for the new owner was to commission a portrait of the very root they were to receive. Each … Continue reading

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Autumn Fire, October New Moon & Belladonna Harvest

In my part of the world the past new moon occured close to the midnight hour and when the moon was just entering into the sign of Scorpio. In addition friends and followers in Eastern Asia and most of North … Continue reading

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Towards the Equinox

Tonight I finished another two Sigil Card Sets to be shipped this week and spent the rest of the night with some red wine and a herbal contemplation, celebrating the end of summer and welcoming autumn. The equinox is not … Continue reading

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Aconite Info

A new Info Page on Aconite has been added to the Website along with a PDF for download Family: Ranunculaceae Genus: Aconitum Related genera: Anemone, Aquilegia, Delphinium, Helleborus, Pulsatilla, Ranunculus The poisonous plant genus Aconitum consists of at least a … Continue reading

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Aconite Root Fetishes

Aconite Roots in glass tubes Finally I could find fitting glass vessels for the remaining Aconite roots! These are tubes with a flat base and a natural cork stopper for sealing. They are 16 cm in height and perfect for … Continue reading

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High John the Conqueror Root

High John the Conqueror is a legendary folk hero of Afro-American traditions. He represents freedom, strength, sovereignity and above all cunning. It is believed that by rubbing the root named after him his spirit can be contacted and petitioned for … Continue reading

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