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THE DARKEST OF LIGHTS 3rd GIVEAWAY


As celebration for having over 8,000 followers and opening my new Etsy shop (TheDarkestOfLights) {https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheDarkestOfLights?ref=search_shop_redirect }I’m having my third giveaway as a thank you to all of my followers.

RULES
-you must be flowing my blog
@the-darkest-of-lights and I WILL check. because this giveaway is to thank my followers!
- don’t spam your followers
-Please make sure to have your ask box open, if I can’t contact you I’ll have to pick another winner! The winner will have 24 hours to respond, or I’ll select another.
- you must be 18 or have parental consent
-I’ll be covering the shipping as well.
- likes do not count
-You must have your ask feature enabled so I can get in contact with you!
-No giveaway blogs!
-You must be comfortable with giving me your mailing address (and you must also be in the USA).
-This giveaway isn’t associated with, administered, sponsored, or endorsed by Tumblr, and each person participating is giving information to me and not to Tumblr

THE PRIZE
• 1 cedar box
• 1 rowan berry and onyx bracelet
• some ethically wild crafted white sage
• 2 tea light candles
• 4 mint medley tea bags
• 1 wire wrapped quartz pendant
• 1 mandrake* bottle pendant (sealed for safety)
• 1 lapis and titanium quartz dust cover
• 1 natural fluorite crystal
• 1 hand written mystery spell
• 1 polymer clay offering bowl
• 1 feather

The giveaway will end
OCT 8 The Lunar eclipse


Good luck to everyone and thank you again! :)

(via the-darkest-of-lights)

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In Slavic mythology, a rusalka (plural: rusalki or rusalky) was a female ghost, water nymph, succubus or mermaid-like demon that dwelled in a waterway. According to most traditions, the rusalki were fish-like women, who lived at the bottom of rivers. In the middle of the night, they would walk out to the bank and dance in meadows. If they saw handsome men, they would intrigue them with songs and dancing, mesmerizing them, then lead the men away to the river floor and to his death. 
Artwork by Howard Pyle, 1910.