I would say fluorite as well! I looked up light green fluorite pendants and some of them look just like yours!! I'm glad you found something you love regardless, it's a very pretty crystal for sure!
─ Anonymous

You guys are so sweet helping me out!! I think I’ll accept it being fluorite, I need to study up on it and see how I can use my new crystal friend! c:
hopefully I’ll get my computer situation handled soon and I can post a fluorite info page ^.^

That pendant looks like light green fluorite to me! I'm not too sure though it's tricky to tell from a picture but whatever it is it's perf <3
─ Anonymous

Ooh, fluorite seems like a very close guess! Which would be fantastic since I don’t have any other fluorite gems.
Which ever type it may be, I love it! Thanks so much. :)

Hi Hun! What's a tin alter? I've never heard of this!!
─ Anonymous

I really wish I could send you a link all about tin altars but unfortunately I’m on mobile and can’t! ;(
In short, a tin altar is just a regular altar…compacted down to fit in an Altoids/mint tin!! It’s very useful for if you don’t have a place at home to prepare an altar or if you want to make your altar portable.
You can put symbols/pictures of your deity or a cute little statue or knick knack or maybe some crystals inside the tin to make it look nice. I’ll probably add herbs as well!
It just seems like a very fun, crafty idea! And also a good way to honor your patron. (:

Some wonderful new items I bought today.
Citrine and amethyst keychains, however I’ll probably be taking the chain off. Haven’t quite decided…
A cute little mint tin that has a Ouija Board design on top. After I eat all the candies inside I’m going to use the tin to make a tin altar for Anubis. I didn’t realize until after I bought it that the design reflects Anubis a little, he directs souls to the underworld! I wonder if you’d be able to reach Anubis via Ouija board… Hmm…
And a gorgeous quartz chunk necklace. It has a very dim green tint to it, so I’m not sure if it’s clear quartz or something else just yet.

Some wonderful new items I bought today.
Citrine and amethyst keychains, however I’ll probably be taking the chain off. Haven’t quite decided…
A cute little mint tin that has a Ouija Board design on top. After I eat all the candies inside I’m going to use the tin to make a tin altar for Anubis. I didn’t realize until after I bought it that the design reflects Anubis a little, he directs souls to the underworld! I wonder if you’d be able to reach Anubis via Ouija board… Hmm…
And a gorgeous quartz chunk necklace. It has a very dim green tint to it, so I’m not sure if it’s clear quartz or something else just yet.

Nice blog!!!! 🌸💕
boho-blissss

Thanks! 💕

Hey I feel really silly to ask this but I'm kinda new at this whole thing but what's a patron and a diety (is that how you spell it?) haha if it's tough to explain that's okay too but yah I'm just very curious!!
─ Anonymous

A deity (pronounced “dee-it-tee”) is a god/goddess, or some kind of Devine being. Examples would be God (Christian), Thor, Aphrodite, ect.
It is a belief among pagans that there are many deities according to each culture… An example would be: Greek deities are Apollo, Artemis, Hades, Zeus, ect, and they all exist in some way.
A patron deity is an individual’s protector god, much like a guardian angel. Or simply, a friend. Your patron deity watches over you, hears your prayers, and helps you in life.
My patron deity is Anubis (aka Anup), the Egyptian god of mummification and the underworld.

Hi! I saw your post on Anubis (hopefully I spelt His name right) & I was wondering how you came upon Him, I'm looking into deities and I'm unsure as to whether I'm seeing 'signs' or if I'm just overly excited and eager for a patron. I'm also wondering if you've spoken with your Deity? and how that felt or was for you? Sorry if this is personal, I understand if you'd rather not reply, I hope you are well :)
queerkiddo

Hi sweety! I’m glad you decided to ask me about Anubis and hopefully I can help you a little about patrons. I’m replying to this message on mobile so if things look funky, that’s why! x3 I’ll try to write under a read more for you.

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