Posts tagged ‘witch’

Vegan queer witch in RVA

No, not me. Well, yes, me. But an out of town visitor I am very excited about is coming next weekend! David Salisbury is the author of Witchcraft Activism and will be speaking on October 25th at the Poe Museum and then also tabling at the Hallows Market on the 27th.

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Vegan queer witch in RVA

No, not me. Well, yes, me. But an out of town visitor I am very excited about is coming next weekend! David Salisbury is the author of Witchcraft Activism and will be speaking on October 25th at the Poe Museum and then also tabling at the Hallows Market on the 27th.

Save the Date: May 25th from 1-3pm Kitchen Witchcraft: An Intro to Culinary Uses of Medicinal Herbs! At Electric Nomad Dance Studio

Save the Date:

Saturday May 25th

From 1-3pm

Kitchen Witchcraft:

An Intro to Culinary Uses of Medicinal Herbs! Level 1

This is an introductory course in how to use medicinal herbs in your cooking and food. This course will have useful content for both folks who cook from scratch and folks who tend to eat packaged and pre-prepared foods. We will talk about medicinal and culinary uses of 10+ herbs in this level 1 course. We will touch on the spiritual beliefs/uses of some of these herbs as well. The goal of this class is for students to come away with a better understanding of different plants and their beneficial uses, and with ideas for how to practically incorporate the magick and medicine of the plants into their lives and food.

Mo Karnage has been studying herbalism since childhood, most recently in 1.5 years in the apprenticeship program at Owlcraft Healing Ways in Scottsville Va. Mo lives in Cuckoo, VA at Raven’s Feather Farm. Mo works in construction by day, and juggles family, writing haiku, caring for animals and plants, running, and practicing herbalism by night.

At Electric Nomad Dance Studio, 123 East Main

Sliding Scale $20-30, materials included

Other herbal products for sale after class, bring extra if you want to shop!

Registration to come on Electric Nomad Dance website soon. Stay tuned!

Upcoming Workshop! Kitchen Witchcraft: An Intro to Culinary Uses of Medicinal Herbs

Working on the curriculum for my next workshop/class –

Kitchen Witchcraft: An Intro to Culinary Uses of Medicinal Herbs!!!

Hoping to have it held at both Electric Nomad Dance and Nourish Louisa and maybe other interested spots.

Gonna try to make some money. Hoping folks will be interested!!!

More to come!!! Stay tuned for details!!

Life gets away from you sometimes. 2/11-20/2019

I pluck my beard hairs

Coarse little buggers, I dont

Know why I kill them

 

Irrational truck

attachments, I’ll fix her til

I’m broke, forever (more…)

1/19/2019

Tom and Jerry a

Refreshing change from modern

Kids cartoon styling

Deep South Herbal Conference is bad herbalist practice.

I got this from @mapletwigmedicinals on Instagram. Please see their feed for more info. They got the info from @herbanhealing @rootsofresistance @pauladiaz_herbalist @linda.black.elk – please check out these and other BIPOC for more info

This came to my attention today. I am not a huge Herbalism conference attendee, because I can not afford to be. As a southerner, a white southerner, and an herbalist this conference, with it’s undiverse line up, location, and horrid policy is an insult. This is not what Southern Herbalism is, this is what a bad version of Southern Herbalism is. The organizer who’s name I see is Darryl Patton who goes by The Southern Herbalist. Honestly that title pisses me off, just with the exclusivity and hierarchical nature of “The” as if he was crowned southern herbal king. Nope. Does not represent me. I am a southern herbalist and I honor the many who came before me, and the many alive still who have preserved and shared the practices and knowledge of Herbalism.

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