So. My adventures in building terrariums isn’t maaaagic per se except for a few points:
a. I stained the benches that they reside on in the house with a door open and the fan going which was strictly forbodden by Jow but everyone else gets to make flying ointments and blow glass in their houses why can’t I? The cats and I enjoyed ourselves immensely for a good hour or two with that.
b. They will live in the Work Room where our magical practice will be taking place.
c. I am having an ongoing “discussion” with Jow about how these could honestly be nature spirit homes/altars. He gets all blah blah blah you need to have corresponding herbs and other stuff which . . .is not necessarily true per se in my opinion. 1. Besides what the animal actually eats, in my experience at least there’s not a huge herbal corresponding overlap. and 2. Sometimes, people need to not be lazy slags and do their own work imo. I would see these altars as “blanks” with all the neat shiny components all set up inside them for *you* to do all that worship work. Sometimes people need to do their own fucking spiritual work imo and not expect everything already set for them. 3. While New Jersey is not known for it’s huge fairy tale mushrooms (which I sculpted) and its glittering trees, the fox seems perfectly happy to me. Sometimes we need to use our imaginations some and allow for some artistic merit here. 4. He’s never done Shaman work and freestyle breaks his delicate Hermetic brain, so . . . whatever.
Anyway. Here are more pics of Mr. Fox’s habitat as well as Madam Bird’s habitat for you to enjoy. Should you want one of your very own, email me with your little heart’s desires and budget and we’ll work it out.