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Allison Goes To Bible Class

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 Setting: Houston Texas mid 80's A Private Baptist school:  a group of 3rd graders sit on the floor in a Baptist school bible class The Bible teacher is a small dark haired man with a mustache. He looks kindly and lighthearted. What he’s saying is, however not lighthearted nor kindly  He’s explaining to the children all about god and life and death and heaven and hell The children look rapt, understanding that this man is talking about very important things - accepting, that because he has the gall to speak with authority that he wasntelling the truth because they were...

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Pulling the Veil Aside

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                              ♾ October Spirits ♾                        ∞ Allison Elizabeth Norman ∞    It’s October….  Which means things are getting weird…  They always, always do.  My first memories of October, Autumn, and Halloween are memories of feeling extra.  Extra powerful, extra excited, extra happy… just extra.    I always forget just how weird and deeply  transformative.  October always is for me. Until it rolls around again.  After the full moon  last Thursday, I felt like a raw...

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On Honey Jars

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               One of the easiest and most effective spells to do to draw something into your life is something simply called a Honey Jar. It is what it sounds like. A jar filled with honey. You know how much I love jars. What makes this jar of honey magical are your intent behind it and the items you add to the jar to increase the energy behind your intent. I have used Honey Jars to draw money and love, and to keep a lover as well. I’m going to take you through the process...

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Opening and Closing the Third Eye

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New Orleans Opening and Closing the Third Eye: New Orleans   My boyfriend’s mom, Pamela was a witch.  Just straight up was a beautiful, powerful witch who pretty much embraced it, shadows and all. She was the first person to read my chart, read my tarot… always spookily accurate.  She was very moody and dark and dramatic and fun to be around.  She was one of my best friends and most loyal allies in all affairs.  I told her, one day when I was telling her my dreams for analysis, that when I shut my eyes I saw images, like...

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The Vortex Copse

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The Vortex Copse   When I was 12 or 13, my parents bid on, and won a trip at a silent auction at my school.  The trip was to a ranch in Utah.  We were frequent visitors of Aspen and Santa Fe and I had visions of trail rides along creeks and delicious meals at the Lodge.  The first sign that the trip wasn’t going to go as we had hoped was the rental car.  For some reason, I’ll never forget  that it was a brown Crown Victoria that made me nauseas to ride in.  We drove what seemed through...

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