Pictures of Altars


#283

I definitely like this. Especially the pic in the back. Are those rune stones?


#284

Thanks for asking. They are pieces of Texas granite that at one point were all part of the same formation. They bear a sigil of my own design; I place them in strategic locations around town after they have spent awhile on the altar. Together they form a pattern that, for lack of a better name, I call “the web.”


#285

This is not my setup. I wish it was! I just found this photo online:


#286

If I recall correctly that’s John King’s setup from Imperial Arts. His write-ups of Goetia evocations are pretty fascinating considering he claims to accomplish them without entering into any kind of trance.


#287

Yup, the Great Outdoors. Waiting for warm weather to set in. Got a place down the hill, semi private where I plan to set up my outdoor workshop. Not very private, but private enough. Yup, I like your outdoor workshop.


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#293

I love looking at these. So much individualism and creativity, but all reaching for the same goals (ultimately, Ascent). Congrats everyone for what you have achieved and will achieve.


#294

May as well jump on the bandwagon. :slight_smile: This is my newest altar. Its very small but it gets the job done.


#295

Nice! Corners are :heart: for a lot of things… :smiley:


#296

This is the altar that I currently use, the book will give it away which current it is. I do have other altars used for other system though for the time being this will be my main focus.


#297

I was going to say “A corner! Smart!” but @Lady_Eva kinda beat me to it. So, seconded!


#298

@PaterOctavius888 are those all yours? They look great.


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#300

what main things should you have in a altar. ive never had one before. thanks!


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#302

Indeed they are. The first is my Boveda, second is my conjure trunk/hoodoo shrine, the third is Palo, and the last one are my Orishas.


#303

And here is the Eggun