11.25.2009 @ 2:11 pm UTC by lilah wild
Decor and adornment replicated from art and artifacts around the world: Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Hindu, Asian, African, Aztec, medieval, and a touch of abstract modern are scattered throughout pages of historically-inspired jewelry and housewares. Loads of statuary from Buddha to Beethoven, the games include mummy bridge decks, the gadgetry runs towards sundials and hourglasses, and Frank Lloyd wright pops up in the earrings. Thanks Neil!
2.27.2009 @ 9:09 pm UTC by lilah wild
Unusual and ornate pagan jewels drawing from Celtic, Wiccan, ceremonial, reiki, voodoo, Egyptian, and Viking symbology, with wild-winged angels and faerie and ornate priestess tiaras. Also greeting cards from a gaggle of fantasy artists, incense blends, runes, tarot decks, and other miscellaneous divination tools.
8.7.2008 @ 2:28 pm UTC by lilah wild
A Colorado witchy shop with a gigantic catalog of spiritual goods. Books, tarot decks, altar tools, incense and oils, herbs, candles, crystals and gemstones, pentacle jewelry, drums, Egyptian statuary, Books of Shadows, rune sets, and tons of other things, with special sections for southern conjure, wicca, feng shui, and moon magick.
3.14.2008 @ 4:48 am UTC by lilah wild
Perfumes formulated to be used in magickal rites, aromatherapy, or just smelling pretty, done up in the trappings of an old-fashioned medicine show. The feri tradition, Santeria, hoodoo and loteria, moons and sabbats, elements and pagan pantheons comprise the occult side of the house, while the Roaring 20’s and aphrodesiac scents are the closest they get to mundane.
5.3.2007 @ 8:43 pm UTC by lilah wild
One of my favorite writers back in the 90’s when I was working in an occult shop, Papa Jim is a practitioner who opened a store in San Antonio in 1979 to sell hard-to-find magickal supplies. He’s since retired, but all the merch is available online – the southern conjure staples of floorwash, bathsalts, candles and oils, mojo bags, amulets, and all his spellbooks.
9.30.2002 @ 5:46 pm UTC by lilah wild
This fair-trade site has their statuary produced through a Calcutta artisan community, who work in all sorts of sculpting mediums. if you are having a hard time finding a religious figure for your altar, try here. Very inclusive choice of statues from all over the world – African, Native American, Middle Eastern, Hindu, Greek and Roman, Egyptian, Celtic, Buddhist, and Wiccan.
8.28.2001 @ 1:00 am UTC by lilah wild
The pagan K-Mart. This shop existed for years as a cut-to-the chase newsprint listing of all your magick basics, which is now happily available as a website. Too much to list here, worth a visit simply because they stock damn near everything.