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    Re: Pagan Altars :)

    [quote author=KashakuTatsu link=topic=109.msg1406#msg1406 date=1286853576]
    I have so many altars around my home I just uploaded a bunch of pics from around the apt to an old art site I had. If it asks for mature content, click yes... long as you stay away from the art link it's all SFW

    https://sites.google.com/site/kashak.../bio/pixofme-2 (scroll down to "my home" and click around)
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    loving your main altar XD
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    Re: Pagan Altars :)

    [quote author=Tylluan Penry link=topic=109.msg1550#msg1550 date=1286868652]
    Oh dear....I really don't know what happened here..... I posted the pictures as attachments (under additional options) but they don't show up? Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? I'll try again...
    one at a time this time....
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    i love your outdoor altar, its beautiful
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    Re: Pagan Altars :)

    Here are my most recent (taken 3 minutes ago) pictures of my altars XD

    They're on my blog, cos i couldn't be bothered with file sizes and restrictions XD

    http://feel-the-love-x.blogspot.com/.../14102010.html






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    Re: Pagan Altars :)

    [quote author=Amelia-Mary link=topic=109.msg2658#msg2658 date=1287083707]
    Here are my most recent (taken 3 minutes ago) pictures of my altars XD

    They're on my blog, cos i couldn't be bothered with file sizes and restrictions XD

    http://feel-the-love-x.blogspot.com/.../14102010.html


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    I just love your crystal collection! I was just browsing the Crystal-cure.com-website, gathering stones to the basket and wondering if it's a trusted webstore or not.. (so I didn't order anything, but I wanted to see, how much would it cost if I bought most of the reasonable prized tumbled stones I want.. it was surprisingly small amount, something around 30$ excluding the shipping fees).

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    Re: Pagan Altars :)

    [quote author=pihlaja link=topic=109.msg2671#msg2671 date=1287085425]
    I just love your crystal collection! I was just browsing the Crystal-cure.com-website, gathering stones to the basket and wondering if it's a trusted webstore or not.. (so I didn't order anything, but I wanted to see, how much would it cost if I bought most of the reasonable prized tumbled stones I want.. it was surprisingly small amount, something around 30$ excluding the shipping fees).
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    When you find out if its a good seller or not, please let me know, I can't source any useful specialist crystals so now is the time to start online buying XD

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    We recently moved our altars from the living room to the spare bedroom. Actually, we just finished it up today! The spare bedroom is going to be our Altar Room where we have enough space to work rituals without bumping into stuff. Since we live in an apartment in a busy city, it's extremely hard to work rituals outside without having the cops called on us <---(it happened. The cops were confused and just kept asking if we were sacraficing something....>.< I told them we were and showed them the yummy merlot I was about to pour on the ground....mmmm ^-^).
    But anywho, back on topic!
    I'll take a picture of our Altar Room and Altars once I get back home. I'm at work now and will be till 7AM. Yay graveyard shift! The Room is a work in progress; A.K.A. it's pretty bare, but will be filled with tapestries, paintings (both handmade and bought), candles, shelves....it's gonna be EPIC.
    I hope. ^-^ But it will definitely be me!
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    I must agree with Pihlaja, Amelia! Your crystal collection is amazing! There's an awesome store here in Jacksonville FL called Earth Gifts that has an extremely large collection of crystals, most in their raw form. I eventually want one of each, but it's slow going. ^-^
    They have a website and you can see how large their inventory is, but not an online ordering place. Though I'm sure I can talk to the owners and tell them that they have interested customers. ^ - ^ They like me there because I spend all my paychecks on stuff.....XD
    The Past is our Cradle, not our Prison; there is Danger as well as Appeal in its Glamour. The Past is for Inspiration, not Immitation; Continuation, not Repetition.

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    Re: Pagan Altars :)

    [quote author=Amelia-Mary link=topic=109.msg2676#msg2676 date=1287085664]
    When you find out if its a good seller or not, please let me know, I can't source any useful specialist crystals so now is the time to start online buying XD


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    I noticed the shipping outside the North America costs 35$ which I think is too much, so unfortunately I can't test if it's good site or not. :/

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    Damn, Oh well, i'll keep looking Just added 7 new crystals to my collection today Forever growing XD running out of space though... May need to make another one
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    Here is my altar! Sorry it's so dark....camera phone pictures don't come out so well...
    In the first picture is before any decorations, just after I finished setting up the Altar Room. The second picture (if I'm remembering correctly what order I put them in) is the same picture at a different angle, with a pumpkin! Then the third is my northern quarter, complete with Samhain decorations, a picture that reminds me of Earth, and a green candle (it sure beats hoping I won't knock it over during ritual!). The fourth is after a few decorations! I have to get a picture of it now, though, because it is Samhain'ed out! ^ - ^ This is my favorite Sabbat of all time, so forgive the childish enthusiasm.... XD
    The Past is our Cradle, not our Prison; there is Danger as well as Appeal in its Glamour. The Past is for Inspiration, not Immitation; Continuation, not Repetition.

    Its a long way back to Eden, dear. Don't sweat the small stuff.

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