A Gift for Angrboda

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Wandering through the crowd outside the Ferry Building in San Francisco recently, I scanned the various crafts booths as I walked. Mostly the usual items—jewelry, artwork, clothing, and ceramics. And then—ooh, shiny!—a table with a long glass case containing many knives. So of course I had to stop to look! The artisan is Duckhee Lee […]

A New Item for Loki’s Altar

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Because, if there’s anything He likes, it’s a new toy!   Yes, that is an authentic Marvel “Thor: Ragnarok” Hot Wheels Loki car in the corner of the altar! The helmet isn’t detachable, but that’s probably for the best—I’d end up removing it and putting it back, over and over, giggling madly, instead of, you […]

An Altar for Jormundgandr

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Most of my recent Great Clay Experiment was a disappointment. I found the Premo! Sculpey almost impossible to work with, and then it lost its shape while baking, so the pieces were ruined. A prayer card holder with a warped support doesn’t work very well. The one thing that did work well—although not as expected—was […]

A New Piece for Loki’s Altar

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I was fortunate to spend a long afternoon with Karen Krebser of The Muse’s Darling yesterday. In addition to the gift of her delightful company, she presented me with this amazing Loki mask from ArtefaktumUA. It’s a bronze piece, but the color shifts with the light, moving among bronze, silver, and black. I’ve been unable […]


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I was gifted with two lovely red roses at PantheaCon last weekend! The first, from Karen Krebser of The Muse’s Darling, was from the ritual of The Order of the Black Madonna. I put it on my Angrboda altar, and both She and the rose seem pleased about the arrangement:   And I had the […]


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