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Archeologists digging in Scandinavia unearthed a number of graves, both male and female in which the long deceased occupants were found to have been burried with, what I can only explain as 'a type of 'ornate iron rod'. At first glance the archeologists presumed these to be some kind of cooking spit, the kind you shove through a hunk of meat and then suspend over a fire or balance on some form of cooking frame. From this the archeolgists presumed that the dead must have been, in life, some kind of cooks. After more investigation they realised that these iron rods were not what they had initialy thought and the graves did not belong to a bunch of long passed cooks, but rather to Seidr folk. 'Seidr' is the Ancestral Shamanic path of Northern Europe and these graves were the graves of lond dead shaman ... laid to rest with the majikal tools of their trade... the iron staffs of unknown sorcerers.

Armadillos! .. who would believe them? .. Armadillos! .. how awesome are they? .. long pointy noses... teeny tiny scaly plates... rolling in balls actoss the ground like giant woodlice.. Armadillos! ... you just got to love them!!!

Materials used:

Acrylic, Acrylic paint pen

The Iron Staffs Of Unknown Sorcerers (2013)


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This artwork is sold by Runic John Spedding from United Kingdom

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