Witch City Wicks

July 21, 2014 by · Leave a Comment  

The salty scent of the sea softened with forest greens, jasmine, green apple, juniper berries and musk.

Star anise, fennel, spicy cinnamon cassia, nutmeg, fresh green herbs, amber and woods.

















Creamy vanilla offset with spicy clove and touch of black pepper gives it a nice kick.

A must have for any Twin Peaks fan! A warm woodsy fragrance with bergamot, a heart of rose and violet, rounded out with amber, sandalwood, vanilla and a mysterious, earthy undertone.  



















Frankincense and sandalwood are two of the best scents to aid in opening psychic awareness, in addition to custom designed “spirit board” label.

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Back In Stock

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Looks like our Pumpkins and Witch Head are back in stock at Primitives by Kathy.

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Aliens On The Moon

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Hopefully SyFy shows this again, beings I missed it last night.

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Moonrise

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Now playing:  Bringing Down The Light, by David Sylvian and Robert Fripp.

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Kringle Candles

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Spicy woody undertones marry sweetly with the unmistakable and nostalgic aroma of crunchy fallen leaves.

A rich licorice/fennel base blends with slightly sweet, toasty caramel and vanilla notes.

The warm, sweet, earthy intensity of Clove is like no other, truly one of nature’s great gifts.

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Desmodus Rotundus

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Strudel

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Supposedly in stores now.

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Small Death

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UglyMailbox.com

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Funny concept for a website.

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Shocker

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Kemmler was executed in New York’s Auburn Prison on August 6, 1890; the “state electrician” was Edwin F. Davis. The first 17-second passage of current through Kemmler caused unconsciousness, but failed to stop his heart and breathing. The attending physicians, Edward Charles Spitzka and Charles F. Macdonald, came forward to examine Kemmler. After confirming Kemmler was still alive, Spitzka reportedly called out, “Have the current turned on again, quick, no delay.” The generator needed time to re-charge, however. In the second attempt, Kemmler was shocked with 2,000 volts. Blood vessels under the skin ruptured and bled, and the areas around the electrodes singed. The entire execution took about eight minutes. George Westinghouse later commented that “they would have done better using an axe,”and a witnessing reporter claimed that it was “an awful spectacle, far worse than hanging.”

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