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Elegant Decay Collection, Butterfly Pendant Prototypes

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Monarch Butterfly Release Party @ The Fishman

Gary, owner of The Fishman Pet Center in Springfield Illinois, held his annual Monarch Butterfly release last Saturday. Gary was kind enough to share the process and progression of his butterfly project with me over the past several months. I got to witness them as caterpillars. I was lucky I happened to be around the day they started forming into chrysalis. I basically got to watch these little creatures up close and personal and as they flew away to begin their migration for the winter. Monarch butterflies travel between 1,200 and 2,800 miles or more from the United States and Canada to central Mexican forests. In the U.S., Monarchs need places to reproduce and feed. However, herbicide use is decreasing the availability of their primary food source, the milkweed plant. Gary releases them in hopes to help preserve the species from going extinct. As of 2016, the Monarchs are to be listed on the Endangered…
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White Ink Tattoos

‘WHITE INK TATTOOS: GOOD OR NO GOOD?’ “We hate to break it to you, but No. White ink tattoos are no good at all. Professional Tattoo Artists would not recommend it (they don’t want to tattoo it), and even if you’re convinced that the “scar” effect looks cool, it wouldn’t stay that way for long. Here’s why…” READ ARTICLE: I have to say this article is bullshit. I’ve had a medium/largish white tattoo on my arm since the fall of 2002. It is one of the most visible tattoos I have when the stage lights hit it during shows. It does look like a brand/scarification which is the effect I was going for. It has held up throughout the years with no issue. So to say that “white ink tattoos are no good” is pretty irresponsible. Pick someone worth a shit to do it. Just like any other tattoo, you get what you pay…
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Plus-Size Pinup – The Glory of Gluttony

TATTOOED PLUS-SIZE PINUP TESS HOLLIDAY’S FIRST AGENCY SHOOT Soooo sick of reading the comments on this shit posted on fakebook. This woman did not do this photo shoot to “help other people with body issues”, she got paid. Other people say she’s “owning her body” well let me tell you that body she’s “owning” is going to own her in about 5 more years when she starts losing appendages from Type 2 Diabetes. There is nothing healthy or positive in this message. Yes it’s wonderful that the world is lightening up on people who happen to be over weight, but let’s not get stupid about the fact that THIS is just as disturbing as an anorexic. Yes, I am a big girl myself. How do you think I know the things I do? I’m not going to sit here and go down my medical list as to why and so on, it is what it…
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Graveyard Dirt, Hoodoo Rootwork Tradition

Over the past year now I have been collecting “oddities” on a regular basis. One of my newest additions is “bought” graveyard dirt. Although I do not practice “spells” or “magick”, I think of it as a sign of protection considering the grave I chose. Read on for more information and history on the subject. Graveyard dirt is used in African American Hoodoo rootwork. The magical connection of the dirt is more significant than just being from a grave, what’s more important is the person who’s inside the grave. Dirt from the grave of someone you loved could be used in love magic, while dirt from the burial site of a very wicked person might be incorporated into malevolent workings or curses. In other words, the dirt from the grave is a physical object that corresponds with the traits of the person buried beneath it. RITUAL COLLECTION OF GRAVEYARD DIRT Methods by which one pays…
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