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Christmas Eve New Moon tree altar


Christmas Eve New Moon tree altar by Ana Mendez

 

This set of images is of the Christmas Eve New Moon tree altar created near the end of last year by Ana Mendez in Miami, FL. These were sent in by Jacqueline Elaine Gomez and is part of the ongoing altars project she’s been instigating. You can follow more in the Church of Anthrax – Tree Altars group.

 

The Hermetic Library visual pool is a visual scavenger hunt for images of a living Western Esoteric Tradition.

Images of your ritual or ritual space, images of sigils or tools, showing off your own library or special volume from the restricted stacks, sacred spaces and places, esoteric artefacts and installations, inspired paintings and people — these and much more are part of the culture and practice of magick.

Rainbow Snake Altar

Rainbow Snake Altar
Rainbow Snake Altar, originally uploaded by Jacqueline Elaine Gomez.

 

“Rainbow Snake Altar for the Aquarian New Moon.”

 


Building the Rainbow Snake altar with Ariana.

 

The Hermetic Library visual pool is a visual scavenger hunt for images of a living Western Esoteric Tradition.

Images of your ritual or ritual space, images of sigils or tools, showing off your own library or special volume from the restricted stacks, sacred spaces and places, esoteric artefacts and installations, inspired paintings and people – these and much more are part of the culture and practice of magick.

Griffith Park Rose Vine Altar

 

“In ancient Egypt roses were used to worship the goddess Isis, the ideal mother and wife. They were considered sacred flowers and have been found in Egyptian tombs.

The Griffith Park Rose Vine Altar was constructed as an offering to Isis on the occasion of the New Moon in Sagittarius on November 25, 2011.”

 

Griffith Park Rose Vine Altar

 

The Hermetic Library visual pool is a visual scavenger hunt for images of a living Western Esoteric Tradition.

Images of your ritual or ritual space, images of sigils or tools, showing off your own library or special volume from the restricted stacks, sacred spaces and places, esoteric artefacts and installations, inspired paintings and people – these and much more are part of the culture and practice of magick.