the_f****ing_what wrote: …Even before I practiced magick, my short stories had an uncanny tendency to come true. I wrote a story about a barista whose car broke down. A few hundred people read it, and bam; I get a job at a coffee shop and my car breaks down. I wrote a story about a kid who moves to the city from rural Florida, and we get a new roommate from rural Florida. These weren’t read by many people, and the manifestations were minor but uncanny. Hell, I’ve even experimented with writing journals for future dates, without consciously putting any Read More
A lot of my magical practices utilize very elaborate illustrations of different symbols and archetypes. A lot of my practices include sigils, seals, talismans, various languages, and fantastical illustrations of things I might encounter. If I run into an unfamiliar being, I will sketch it out. For me, it was always important that it have some sort of aesthetic. I need to be able to look at it and think it’s pretty. On the left side of this post (above this post if you are viewing this from a mobile device) is an example of my work. My art very Read More
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