Magick By Trial & Error: Doll Parts

“You see a small doll with a big red nose. For some reason,
you don’t trust this seemingly-innocent child’s toy.”
Fallout2

I don’t have a lot of time today. I just completed a snazzy banner for an upcoming “magick/paranormal” podcast from one of my favorite sorcerer supremes and now need to dive into some RPG work for the soon-to-be-released Invisible College.

I thought I’d share with you my favorite poppet — Bozo the Clown. Now, traditionally, poppets are dolls made, specifically, to represent a person, through which one casts spells for or against. Most probably think of them as “voodoo dolls”.

Well, Bozo’s more like a familiar in many regards. Like a trickster in others.

He’s been with me for a long time. My maternal grandparents bought it the day I was born. He has been my near constant companion ever since. Much to the chagrin of more than one flatmate.

Today, I want you to think about psychically charged items in your own care. Think of, if you don’t already, how you might integrate them into your ritual work.

Bozo’s been a dear friend for many decades. In fact, he’s going ghost hunting with me this coming weekend.

“We had fun today. But now, It’s time for the Grand March! So, Audience, Follow Me!”

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