Last but not least…


I’ve put together a little altar as you walk in to my Linde home, and it’s a really nice wee set-up, even if I say so myself. First up, the altar itself is a FREEBIE from PICKY PAGAN. It’s just 3 prims, and on top you’ll find a chalice ( 1 prim) God and Goddess candles (2 prims each) and 2 prim Goddess Statue from PRIM ORDIAL. The Book Of Shadows ( which contains Gerald Gardner’s BOS!) is constructed to enable you to add your own additions in the shape of notecards, which is VERY nifty if you ask me. It’s by Bryanna Morgath of THE GROVE and at 4 prims really looks the part.Finally to the left you’ll also spot a lovely PRIM ORDIAL bubbling cauldron and to the right a broom from BELL AND BROOM which isn’t just decorative, it also records who visits your home and e-mails you to tell you all about it!  Whilst not exactly a security device, it sure does help you work out if there are repeat offenders invading your personal space…I’ve been amazed at how much information that it’s collated already.  Seeing as besoms are traditionally placed next to the door to offer protection, I’d say that any virtual witchy home would do well to have one of these. Finally at the front you’ll see an unusual Pentacle burner.  The idea is that you write wishes, prayers, divine shopping lists or whatever you fancy on notecards and deposit in the burner, and the intent is taken out into the metaverse. There’s a large version available too for groups.  Another amazing purchase from BELL AND BROOM! The only problem now with my Linden home is that the walls are devoid of artworks, and finding the right pictures to hang will be fun seeing as the walls are curved….any ideas dear reader?

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