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Legend has it that the #Asaro were forced to flee from an enemy into the Asaro River where they waited until dusk to escape. The enemy saw them rise from the banks covered in mud and thought they were spirits. The Asaro still apply mud and masks to keep the illusion alive and terrify other indigenous groups. #jimmynelson #papuanewguinea

Legend has it that the #Asaro were forced to flee from an enemy into the Asaro River where they waited until dusk to escape. The enemy saw them rise from the banks covered in mud and thought they were spirits. The Asaro still apply mud and masks to keep the illusion alive and terrify other indigenous groups. #jimmynelson #papuanewguinea

A beautiful feminine painting - I am not quite sure why it is called "A Witch's Dream" as it has nothing to do with witchcraft... I think people really need to learn how to name things properly.

A beautiful feminine painting - I am not quite sure why it is called "A Witch's Dream" as it has nothing to do with witchcraft... I think people really need to learn how to name things properly.

Dryad Spirit Print Open Edition Print by MickieMuellerStudio, $15.00

Dryad Spirit Print Open Edition Print

Dryad Spirit Print Open Edition Print by MickieMuellerStudio, $15.00

Look to Mother Earth, tend her well and she in turn shall replenish thee....

Look to Mother Earth, tend her well and she in turn shall replenish thee....

Mercado de las Brujas, La Paz, Bolivia. It’s a place where you’ll find all the lotions and potions that symbolize the Aymara’s  (the indigenous ethnic group of the Andes) witchcraft and folklore.

Mercado de las Brujas, La Paz, Bolivia. It’s a place where you’ll find all the lotions and potions that symbolize the Aymara’s (the indigenous ethnic group of the Andes) witchcraft and folklore.

Pachamama is Mother Earth and the eternal feminine of the Inca civilization.  She is the goddess revered by the indigenous people of the Andes, known as the earth/time mother. In Inca mythology, Pachamama is a fertility goddess who presides over planting and harvesting, embodies the mountains, and causes earthquakes. She is also an ever-present and independent deity who has her own self-sufficient and creative power to sustain life on this earth. Art by Jose García Chibbaro

Pachamama is Mother Earth and the eternal feminine of the Inca civilization. She is the goddess revered by the indigenous people of the Andes, known as the earth/time mother. In Inca mythology, Pachamama is a fertility goddess who presides over planting and harvesting, embodies the mountains, and causes earthquakes. She is also an ever-present and independent deity who has her own self-sufficient and creative power to sustain life on this earth. Art by Jose García Chibbaro

Infuse some floral goodness into your home this summer with these gorgeous smudge sticks!

Sage, Lavendar, Rose: How To Make A Smudge Stick This Gorgeous

Infuse some floral goodness into your home this summer with these gorgeous smudge sticks!

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