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Dakotawitch, aka The Dreaming Priestess, is an activist, Witch, professor of Anthropology and Gender Studies, and crafting enthusiast.

Dreaming Priestess takes its name from an archaeological site in Malta, where women would sleep in sacred caves to receive a dream from the Goddess. I came to believe that we are all priests and priestesses of our own dreams, and I seek to offer items that will help people manifest those dreams in waking life.

I began making my own soaps and bath salts for magickal use when I became frustrated with what was availible on the market. I could either buy items which smelled wonderful but were made with synthetic ingriedients, or products which were made with the appropriate magickal herbs and oils but which smelled terrible and were often low-quality. I don't think there has to be a tradeoff, so I started making…

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  • Born on December 3
  • Joined March 2, 2008

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Glycerin soap base, shea butter soap base, essential oils, quality fragrance oils, tea, herbs, various cloths and yarns, wood, paint, mixed media

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About

Dakotawitch, aka The Dreaming Priestess, is an activist, Witch, professor of Anthropology and Gender Studies, and crafting enthusiast.

Dreaming Priestess takes its name from an archaeological site in Malta, where women would sleep in sacred caves to receive a dream from the Goddess. I came to believe that we are all priests and priestesses of our own dreams, and I seek to offer items that will help people manifest those dreams in waking life.

I began making my own soaps and bath salts for magickal use when I became frustrated with what was availible on the market. I could either buy items which smelled wonderful but were made with synthetic ingriedients, or products which were made with the appropriate magickal herbs and oils but which smelled terrible and were often low-quality. I don't think there has to be a tradeoff, so I started making my own products. That personal hobby has grown into a business now, and I am always looking for ways to offer new and exciting products for both magickal and mundane use.

I have expanded beyond soaps and bath salts, and even beyond bath products, to travel altars, knitted goods, and other items to enhance your magickal and creative journey.

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