Offerings: Spells & Teas by Ritual Cravt, The Carnival at the End of the World, Crow Tarot, Garnets, Calcite Spheres, and Amethyst Roots

by on Oct.08, 2019, under Syndicated from the Web

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Some new additions to the ever growing Haute Macabre Shop, pieces I have curated and hand selected: the beautiful Carnival at the End of the World & Crow Tarot decks, a restock and expansion of our selection of Ritual Cravt spell kits and teas, and new crystals have been added this week.

Handcrafted spell kits and teas by our friends at Ritual Cravt have been restocked. Recently, all of the cash offerings left at their Santa Muerta altar were stolen. The money was not a loss to the shop itself, but a loss to the families and non-profits who the money is donated to that primarily benefit the people She champions. In response to this, RC will be matching any left on Her altar from now until the 10th of October and will collectively decide {with you, community} where to donate it to – these donations may be made in person at the shop, or sent in via PayPal to learn@ritualcravt.com. Haute Macabre will be donating 100% of the proceeds of any RC item purchased during this time as an offering. 

The beautiful and mysterious Carnival at the End of the World Tarot by Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick. Printed on high quality playing card stock with curved corners for maximum durability. Includes 6 bonus images for a total of 84 cards (does not include a guide book).

Paying homage to the mystical energy of crows and ravens, Crow Tarot invites us to fly through the veil and connect with our intuitive powers. This artfully created 78-card deck is infused with the familiar symbolism of the traditional Rider-Waite Tarot, making it ideal for both beginners and professional readers. The 88-page guidebook presents upright and reversed meanings and includes a custom Crow Tarot Spread.

Amethyst Roots: amethyst calms anger, frustration, and promotes a sense of calmness and peace. It aids in alleviating the symptoms of insomnia, and purges karmic baggage and imbalancement. It is also believed to assist in combating addictions and thought patterns, an excellent talisman to have during times of recovery from physical addictions. Stimulating the crown chakra, Amethyst creates a sense of connection to spiritual realms, creating serenity and peacefulness, something that we all strive to achieve.

Both faceted and palm stone garnets have been restocked, a personal favorite. These glittering blood red stones will assist in healing trauma while diving into your deepest self, helping to remove your inhibitions, and boost your confidence and self worth, similar to the carnelian.

Golden Calcite Spheres: A beautiful and uplifting stone, golden calcite assists in sparking creativity, motivation, meditation, and sexual energies. Think of it as the suit of Wands, and pair it with carnelian for magnified energy or with scolecite for an intense meditation. Each of these spheres is bursting with rainbows!


A small glimpse of the next crystal collection, Waking Moon. I am still gathering my thoughts that I wish to fully articulate and convey to you with these pieces, but they are a follow up / companion selection to Persephone’s Descent. Featured shall be Scolecite and Tourmalated Quartz Spheres, Selenite Full Moon disks, and an assortment of Rainbow Moonstone.

These pieces shall be cleansed in the upcoming Full Moon on October 13, in the night air of my New Orleans bayou.


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