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Custom Traveler's Doublet in Linen by ChickenVicious on Etsy

Custom Traveler's Doublet in Linen by ChickenVicious on Etsy

Charles Leland (1824 - 1903) Folkorist whose Aradia (1899) propagates the theme of a peasant goddess religion persecuted by the Catholic Church.  Coins the term "Old Religion."

Charles Leland (1824 - 1903) Folkorist whose Aradia (1899) propagates the theme of a peasant goddess religion persecuted by the Catholic Church. Coins the term "Old Religion."

This was the comon outfit that a cell gaurd would wear and it just consists of a long sleeved shirt and a leather vest to protect their chest from the inmates

This was the comon outfit that a cell gaurd would wear and it just consists of a long sleeved shirt and a leather vest to protect their chest from the inmates

Morris dancers in traditional costume  watch the burning of the Wicker Man at  the 2011 Beltain festival held at Butser Ancient Farm by Anguskirk, via Flickr

Morris dancers in traditional costume watch the burning of the Wicker Man at the 2011 Beltain festival held at Butser Ancient Farm by Anguskirk, via Flickr

Kalderash Roma's camp. 1892.     Gypsies tried to demonstrate as many singes of wealth as possible. Men usually wore wide leather belts (very wide ones with several clasps) like Hungarian, Carpathian and Ukrainian peasants did. Gypsies kept gold coins inside. Sometimes squiffy men piled their treasures in front of each other to boast.

Kalderash Roma's camp. 1892. Gypsies tried to demonstrate as many singes of wealth as possible. Men usually wore wide leather belts (very wide ones with several clasps) like Hungarian, Carpathian and Ukrainian peasants did. Gypsies kept gold coins inside. Sometimes squiffy men piled their treasures in front of each other to boast.

Several inserts are available to customize the vintage-style case for people with different lifestyles and different professions...    more details at blessthisstuff.com

Several inserts are available to customize the vintage-style case for people with different lifestyles and different professions... more details at blessthisstuff.com

Doreen Edith Dominy Valiente (4 January 1922 – 1 September 1999), who went under the craft name Ameth, was an influential Wiccan who was involved in a number of different traditions, including Gardnerianism, Cochranes Craft & the Coven of Atho. Responsible for writing much of the early Gardnerian religious liturgy, in later years she also helped to play a big part in bringing the Neopagan religion of Wicca to wider public attention through the publication of a string of books on the subject.

Doreen Edith Dominy Valiente (4 January 1922 – 1 September 1999), who went under the craft name Ameth, was an influential Wiccan who was involved in a number of different traditions, including Gardnerianism, Cochranes Craft & the Coven of Atho. Responsible for writing much of the early Gardnerian religious liturgy, in later years she also helped to play a big part in bringing the Neopagan religion of Wicca to wider public attention through the publication of a string of books on the subject.