NEW YEAR’S EVE…money draw spell



This Spell is performed on New Year’s Eve just moments before the stroke of MidNight

Ahead of time prepare your Altar or Table (anywhere is fine) with a solid dark green cloth

Then just before MidNight quietly mysteriously and if need be without notice slip away…

On the green cloth place 1 green candle

You will also need a (prepare this ahead of time)

$1 dollar bill fresh and crisp as one can find

5 pieces of green construction paper cut to the size of paper money

In green ink write upon the face of each piece of paper a different dollar amount


Dress the papers to look like real money with hand sketching of the markings you see on real paper money

And you don’t have to be fancy about it do the best you can

It’s your intention that matters not your…

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A Blessed And Joyous Christmas!

Peace & Goodwill to ALL in Croatia 🙏

Croatia, the War, and the Future

Zagreb Cathedral

During this time of faith and loved ones, may the true meaning of Christmas fill you with joy. Wishing you all a blessed and joyous Christmas and an amazing, wonderful New Year.  Thank You All For Your Support! Ina Vukic

St Mark’s Square, Zagreb

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Christmas all Around


Inspire me

Christmas is here again. It’s a season of love, peace and unity. All across the world Christmas is being celebrated. It’s also a time to give and be given to…. Here are some of Christmas celebration across the world.

  • Lagos, Nigeria

  • New York, U.S

  • Dubai

  • Paris, France

  • U.K

  • Rio, Brazil

  • Australia

  • China

  • India

  • Las Vegas

  • Berlin, Germany

It’s a time to be happy, to merry and to be grateful. Love more, care more and smile more. Love you all and Merry… Merry Christmas.

Thank you, Gracias, Merci, Salamata, Nagode, Oseun, Dalu….


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Honoring The Women Activists Silenced in 2017

The Human Lens

There is no doubt that 2017 has been a gory year for human rights almost every where in the globe, rights campaigners and activists have been making noise in their many battles.  While both men and women have been defending human rights, this year proved that women face more dangers for their activism.

Women getting targeted for what they defend, on basis of the fact that they are mere women first then attention gets paid to what exactly are they fighting for. We have lost trailblazing women in the past months and this is a tiny attempt at honoring their work.

1. Shifa Gardi – IRAQ

A very daring women reporter on the front lines, she worked for the Iraqi Kurdish channel Rudaw. Shifa Gardi, was 30 years old and had broken many a stereotypes of male-dominated journalism. unfortunately, she was killed by a roadside bomb as she covered the…

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The Garden

House of Heart

I will channel stardust

of incandescent colors that sparkle

angel mist upon our English garden.

I wait for you there

an exotic flower enfolded among  Roses,

Blue Bells, and Columbines.

The wind sings  it’s  hymn for departed

flowers plucked up  by winters foraging birds.

In our Renaissance garden we will

flourish forever.

Your stained glass wings the sweeping

breadth of Monarchs flutter fervently among the

velvet petals.

The weeping falls of willows bow down.


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Wandering in the sky. 


Wandering in the sky, along with soul full winds and

Like the falcon I flew scathing in the beautiful sky that spreads down the horizon.

Where the sun sets in the orange sky.
I left behind the tyranny that worlds have.
I cannot fathom the atrocities done.

The desert that spreads across the terrain,

Those sand i clenched in my fist,

Leached down swayed by the wind,

Those abandoned love I see subliming in the sea.

I laughed with my tears down my cheeks

Love; a wistful wist.

In the battle of life those who win, outshine,

Forgetting those unsung hero

Whose life withered to vanish away

Fighting for the rights and were plummeted supreme.

The winds still echo their tales and fables,

Lies in the pages ignored, but that only turned which were ignobly vacuous.

Vague Outrageousness will be in fashion till the last of the last time,


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Holy Night in Blue by swo8 Blues Jazz from the Christmas Special album in iTunes


This video is called Holy Night in Blue by swo8 Blues Jazz from the Christmas Album in iTunes. The Church of the Nativity is a basilica located in Bethlehem, in the West Bank, Palestine. The church was originally commissioned in 327 by Constantine the Great and his mother Helena over the site. Several years ago we were there and a group of French Canadians were there as well. The French pilgrims were so moved by their surroundings they started to sing O Come, Divine Messiah or “Venez divin Messie.” Whatever happened those many years ago is still very moving to many of us today. 3:16 min.

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