November Moon: Dark Moon

4 thoughts on “November Moon: Dark Moon”

  1. Greetings. Your conjure table looks very nice and magical! The lemon charm is, I think, a pretty old one. I’ve seen lemon and orange pomanders stuffed with cloves and, er, seasoned with spices like cinnamon and such. Also, Charles Leland in ‘Aradia: Gospel of the Witches’ writes of ‘the Conjuration of the Lemon and Pins’ which uses pins instead of cloves but, I think, it’s a similar thing going on. Blessings.

    1. Well, it’s a lime I used, the lemon was used for my other work. I thought I had come across it before, so I decided to try it.

      Thank you! I am really happy with the conjure table. Soon I’ll be getting legs for it.. For tonight I was ready to begin working with it, so it had a temporary base.

  2. Ohhh man, I love that table, Anne! I am a sucker for white/silver on black backgrounds in things, and you’re giving me a bunch of ideas. Now if only I had a table and space …

    1. Thank you! I love that table too! For my work, white on black are the colors of absolutes, so it makes sense to work with them on working surfaces. I admit I giggled when my fingers tingled as I traced the image…

      I got the table at a garage sale actually – paid $.25 for it. Needs legs, sadly. Workin’ on it though!

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